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The British Olympic Association (BOA) have announced plans to build an Olympic Museum within the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park as a permanent legacy of London 2012. It is hoped that the museum, which will be situated next to the Orbit Tower landmark, will be completed by 2014. IOC President Jacques Rogge approved of the plans and added: "I am a firm believer that the Olympic Games are not only about gold medals, world records and unforgettable sporting competition. They can bring out the best of humanity and all that we can achieve when we strive to be the best at something. "The new British Olympic Museum is the place where these stories of human triumph and sacrifice will come to life and it will become part of the lasting legacy that London 2012 will leave the UK for generations to come." The Brazilian Olympic Committee (BOC) opened an Artistic Gymnastics Training Centre in Rio de Janeiro in April. Based on models used in other countries, the facilities boast approximately 100 state-of-the-art pieces of equipment, which place them among the best in the world for gymnastics. "I am proud to be opening a training centre of such a high quality as this," said Carlos Arthur Nuzman, BOC President. "All the efforts of the Brazilian Olympic Committee go towards meeting the needs of the Brazilian athletes in the best way possible. This centre is an example of our commitment."WHO'S READING OLYMPIC REVIEW? Who: Modern pentathlete Elodie Clouvel from France, gold medallist at the 2012 UIPM World Cup no 2 in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.Where: The UIPM Modern Pentathlon World Cup no 3, Szazhalombatta, Hungary.The Women and Sport Commission of the Barbados Olympic Association celebrated International Women's Day in March by holding a special event at the Barbados Olympic Centre. Under the theme of "Connecting girls, Inspiring Futures - Through Sports", the event celebrated the achievements of young women in sport. Thirty-four young girls were awarded certificates honouring them for their achievement and excellence in their sport. The programme also included cheerleading demonstrations and a Zumba dance session. BOA TO BUILD OLYMPIC MUSEUM IN LONDONBOC OPENS NEW TRAINING CENTREBARBADOS CONNECTING AND INSPIRINGBelow The new British Olympic Museum will be built next to the Orbit Tower in the Olympic ParkAbove A Zumba dance session 20 OLYMPIC REVIEW