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Agenda

DOHA GOALS: GATHERING OF ALL LEADERS IN SPORT
THE FOURTH EDITION

Doha GOALS is the premier platform for world leaders to advance social initiatives through sports. Rather than acting as a conference - where ideas are traded but rarely enacted - Doha GOALS is an initiative with the express intent of empowering stakeholders to create a roadmap for social improvement through sports, and launch cross-border initiatives.

The fourth edition of the Doha GOALS Forum will coincide with the Special Olympics World Games in Los Angeles. With 7,000 athletes and 3,000 coaches representing 177 countries, along with 30,000 volunteers and an anticipated 500,000 spectators, the Special Olympics World Games will be the largest sports and humanitarian event anywhere in the world this year.

There are four key themes in this year's Doha GOALS Forum: building a movement for change through sports, sports as a mechanism for social inclusion, sports' power to create bridges across divides in our societies and sports as a catalyst for transformation and change.

Our participants - public and private sector, NGOs, athletes, and business leaders - will be able to use the Doha GOALS Forum as a platform to present ideas for reform in sports, as well as ideas of how sports can be used to wider effect on the policy agenda.

DAY 00
FRIDAY, JULY 24
DAY 01
SATURDAY, JULY 25
DAY 02
SUNDAY, JULY 26
DAY 03
MONDAY, JULY 27

DAY 00 - FRIDAY, JULY 24

9:00AM - 06:00PM

REGISTRATION


4:00PM – 9:00PM

STUDENT AMBASSADOR PROGRAM

Run With Champions

A 5k run with Olympic champions

Friendship soccer Tournament 


Welcoming Student dinner

DAY 01 - SATURDAY, JULY 25

8:00AM – 6:00PM

REGISTRATION

9:00AM – 12:00PM

INVITATION ONLY

STUDENT AMBASSADOR PROGRAM

In partnership with Special Olympics Youth Program: GenUin*

Speaker Series: Student Ambassadors and GenUin Changemakers will be inspired and motivated by a speaker series featuring critically successful leaders who have made an impact through mobilizing young people, believing in social good, and developing important partnerships.

*Open only to Student Ambassadors and GenUin Changemakers

12:00PM – 1:00PM

INVITATION ONLY

STUDENT AMBASSADOR PROGRAM

Student Ambassador lunch

1:00PM – 2:30PM

INVITATION ONLY

STUDENT AMBASSADOR PROGRAM

Speaker series

12:00PM – 2:00PM

INVITATION ONLY

DOHA GOALS FORUM SPEAKERS

SPEAKER WELCOME BRUNCH

3:00PM

Invitation only

Departure to los angeles memorial coliseum

6:00 – 9:00PM

INVITATION ONLY

OPENING CEREMONY

Opening ceremony: 2015 special olympics world games

The inspiring Opening Ceremony of the Special Olympics World Games will take place in the historic Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, the only venue in the world to host two Olympiads (1932 and 1984), two Super Bowls (I and VII) and one World Series (1959). The star-studded show will celebrate the true stars of the Games – the athletes of Special Olympics – with exciting entertainment, the Parade of Athletes and the culmination of the Final Leg of the Law Enforcement Torch Run and lighting of the Special Olympics cauldron.


DAY 02 - SUNDAY, JULY 26

7:30AM – 8:00PM

REGISTRATION

9:00AM – 9:45AM

OPENING

Welcome Address


Heads of State Keynotes

H.E. Sheikh Faisal bin Mubarak AL THANI
Executive Director, The Doha GOALS Foundation,
Qatar
Richard ATTIAS
Executive Chairman, Richard Attias & Associates; Executive Producer, the Doha GOALS Forum,
United States

9:45AM – 10:30AM

MOVEMENT

EVOLUTION OF THE SPECIAL OLYMPICS INTO A GLOBAL SOCIAL MOVEMENT

How can sports mobilize a mass movement for change?

One of the themes across each edition of the Doha Goals Forum has been the power of sport to create change for the social good. How has the Special Olympics managed to build such a vibrant, worldwide movement for inclusion through sports?

Scott HAMILTON
Olympic Gold Medalist & Four-time World Champion in Figure Skating; Founder, Scott Hamilton CARES Foundation,
United States
Soeren PALUMBO
Co-Founder, Spread the Word to End the Word; Co-Founder, Special Olympics College,
United States
Daina SHILTS
Special Olympics Athlete; XGames Snowboarder,
United States

Moderator

Timothy SHRIVER
Chairman, Special Olympics,
United States

10:30AM – 10:50AM

TIME OUT

SPOTLIGHT ON ATHLETES’ SOCIAL IMPACT

Michael PHELPS
22-Time Medalist & World Champion in Swimming; Founder & President, the Michael Phelps Foundation,
United States

Moderator

Ato BOLDON
Four-time Olympic Medalist, Broadcaster & IAAF Global Ambassador,
Trinidad and Tobago

10:50AM – 11:30AM

IMPACT

THE IMPACT OF SPORTS

When sports stand as a strategic pillar for a company or country, what are the limits of its reach?

Sports have an unrivalled ability to forge community and to build bridges in society. For many companies and an increasing number of countries, sports are a fundamental pillar of strategy. Just how far-reaching is the power of sports?

Michel COMBES
CEO, Alcatel-Lucent,
France
Tracy RUSSELL
CEO, LA Marathon,
United States
Abby WAMBACH
American Soccer Player; Coach; Two-time Olympic Gold Medalist; the 2012 FIFA World Player of the Year, Western New York Flash,
United States

Moderator

Linda COHN
Host of SportsCenter, ESPN,
United States

11:30AM – 11:50AM

TIME OUT

insight into intellectual disabilities in the 21st century


Maria SHRIVER
Journalist; Founder, The Shriver Report; Special Olympics International Board member; Activist for social change & equality,
United States

Moderator

Linda COHN
Host of SportsCenter, ESPN,
United States

11:50AM – 12:20PM

CSR

What role can sports play in corporate social responsibility efforts?

Companies devote increasing time and effort to CSR, but how can they leverage sports to develop and run the most effective programs?

Abdulla AL-ABDULLA
Director of Quality, Impact & Strategy, Reach Out to Asia (ROTA),
Qatar
Sandra DE CASTRO BUFFINGTON
Founding Director, the Global Media Center for Social Impact at UCLA,
United States
Jason MCDEVITT
Director of Community Relations, Los Angeles Lakers,
United States
Martha SAUCEDO
Executive Vice President for External Affairs, AEG,
United States

Moderator

Carol CONE
CEO, Carol Cone ON PURPOSE
United States

12:20PM – 1:00PM

diversity

THE power of diversity in SPORTS

Sports play a powerful role in the lives of people across the world. Is it a major responsibility of sports to drive inclusion and diversity? How can we best utilize the power of sports to create a more inclusive and diverse society?

Jason COLLINS
Former Professional Basketball Player & NBA Cares Ambassador,
United States
April HOLMES
Paralympic Gold Medalist; Best-Selling Author; Motivational Speaker,
United States
Delise O'MEALLY
Executive Director, National Consortium for Academics & Sport (NCAS),
United States
Judy SWEET
Title IX Consultant; Speaker; Co-Founder, Alliance of Women Coaches; NCAA Membership President 1991-92,
United States

Moderator

Dr. Richard LAPCHICK
Chair of DeVos Sport Business Management Program & Director of the Institute for Diversity & Ethics in Sport, University of Central Florida,
United States

1:00PM – 1:20PM

TIME OUT

AN INSIGHTFUL ONE-ON-ONE CONVERSATION WITH A SPORTING SUPERSTAR

Marcos "Cafu" EVANGELISTA DE MORAIS
Two-time World Cup Champion, National Men's Soccer Team,
Brazil

Moderator

Alan KASUJJA
Senior Broadcast Journalist, BBC Newsday,
Uganda



1:20PM – 2:30PM


NETWORKING LUNCH

2:30PM – 4:00PM

TASKFORCES

Running concurrently across two days, Doha GOALS will host a total of six taskforces – highly interactive small group discussions that will focus on defining tangible opportunities and solutions. Each Taskforce will produce a plan of action to guide the next steps that participants and their respective organizations can take to ensure success in the near and longer-term.

Speakers in the taskforces will lead the table discussions.

Taskforce I

(BREAKOUT room 2):

Women: Powered by Alliance of Women Coaches and Northeastern university

Marlene BJORNSRUD
Executive Director, Alliance of Women Coaches,
United States
Anne CRIBBS
Olympics Gold Medalist in Swimming; Founder & President of BASOC,
United States
Lesley IRVINE
Athletic Director of Pomona-Pitzer, Claremont College,
United States
Rita KALMIKOVA
Two-time Olympic Swimmer,
Latvia
Justine SIEGAL
Assistant Director for Sport Partnerships, the Center for Study of Sport in Society at Northeastern University,
United States



Taskforce II

(BREAKOUT ROOM 1): 

solving big problems through philanthropy: powered by giving back fund and george washington University

Marc POLLICK
President & Founder, The Giving Back Fund,
United States
Greg BUZEK
Founder, Retail Orphan Initiative,
United States
Professor Lisa DELPY NEIROTTI
Professor & Director of Sport Management, George Washington University,
United States
Steve GLEASON
Founder, Team Gleason,
United States
Elliot KOTEK
Content Chief & Co-Founder, Not Impossible,
United States

Taskforce III

(BREAKOUT ROOM 3):

Sports and Social Good: Powered by University of Oregon

Professor Paul SWANGARD
Special Assistant to the Dean, Global Initiatives Lecturer, Warsaw Sports Marketing Center, University of Oregon,
United States
Joey CHEEK
2006 Olympic Gold Medalist in Speed Skating/Inline Speed Skating; Co-founder of Team Darfur; Founder & CEO of DailyHouse.com,
United States
David DUKE
Founder & Chief Executive, Street Soccer (Scotland),
United Kingdom
Katie RAMAGE
Director of Sports Marketing, The North Face,
United States
Jamie ROCHA
Senior Associate, GlideSlope,
United States
Mel YOUNG
Co-Founder & President, Homeless World Cup,
United Kingdom



4:00PM – 4:30PM


Networking Coffee Break

4:30PM – 4:50PM

TIME OUT

AN INSIGHTFUL ONE-ON-ONE CONVERSATION WITH A SPORTING SUPERSTAR

Carl LEWIS
Nine-time Olympic Gold Medalist in Track & Field; Founder, The Carl Lewis Foundation,
United States

Moderator

Ato BOLDON
Four-time Olympic Medalist, Broadcaster & IAAF Global Ambassador,
Trinidad and Tobago

4:50PM – 5:20PM

business

the changing business of sports

What are the new business models in the sports industry?

Is sport more than an arm of the entertainment industry? What sets it apart from other pursuits? What changes will sports teams need to win and retain the new generation of fans? Can businesses play a role in using sports to build bridges and catalyze positive change?

Christophe CHARLIER
Member of the Board of Directors, Brooklyn Nets & Barclays Center,
United States
Tucker KAIN
CFO, Los Angeles Dodgers; Managing Director, Guggenheim Baseball Management,
United States
Dan SHELL
Vice President, FOX Collegiate Properties,
United States
Casey WASSERMAN
Chairman & CEO, Wasserman Media Group,
United States

Moderator

Michael MCCARTHY
Columnist & Contributing Writer, Sporting News & Sports Illustrated; Adjunct Professor, Rutger’s University School of Journalism,
United States

5:20PM – 5:50PM

GIRLS

GIRL POWER: EQUAL OPPORTUNITY IN SPORT

What’s the power of sports in providing role models and forging new pathways for girls?

Around the globe, too often girls are denied opportunity and choice in sport. What lessons can the rest of the world learn from US success in solidifying equal sporting opportunities for girls and boys?

Nadia COMANECI
Five-time Olympic Gold Medalist in Gymnastics,
Romania
Meryl DAVIS
Olympic Gold Medalist & Two-time World Champion in Ice Dancing,
United States
Indira KALJO
Professional Basketball Player; President, Global Aktivne,
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Elana MEYER
Olympic Silver Medalist; Former Half Marathon World Record Holder; Director of Maties Sport, Stellenbosch University,
South Africa

Moderator

Lesley VISSER
Hall of Fame Sportscaster,
United States

5:50PM -- 6:20PM   

qatar/california

qatar and california: developing a sports tourism culture

What are the elements that make a successful sporting state or nation?

California is truly the Promised Land for sports. Just one of California’s universities, USC, would rank 17th in the all-time Olympic medal count if it were a country. Stanford, UCLA, Cal and others wouldn’t be far behind. Qatar has made sports a national priority. What can Qatar learn from California, and what can a rising sports power do differently with a blank slate? 

Abdulaziz AL-MAHMOUD
Advisor to the President, the Aspire Zone Foundation,
Qatar
Richard ATTIAS
Executive Chairman, Richard Attias & Associates; Executive Producer, the Doha GOALS Forum,
United States
Glenn LOVETT
President of Global Strategy, Repucom,
United States
Glyn MILBURN
Business Team, Office of Economic Development, Los Angeles Mayor's Office,
United States
David SIMON
President, Los Angeles Sports Council,
United States
Mark SPITZ
Nine-time Olympic Gold Medalist in Swimming,
United States

Moderator


Alan KASUJJA
Senior Broadcast Journalist, BBC Newsday,
Uganda

6:20PM – 6:50PM

POST-CAREER

WHAT NEXT? THE DIFFICULT TRANSITION FOR ATHLETES

How can athletes navigate from their playing career to a successful future?

Nearly one in five NFL players go broke after their career. The numbers in other sports aren’t much better. Many teams and leagues now include financial and business training for their players, but what are the keys to a successful transition for athletes?

Jamal MASHBURN
CEO, Mashburn & Company; Former NBA All-Star,
United States
Charles SMITH
Former Professional Basketball Player; Chairman & CEO, the Professional Basketball Alumni Association,
United States
Marcellus WILEY
Former NFL Player; Co-Host of Sports Nation, ESPN,
United States

Moderator

Tom PENN
President & Co-Owner, Los Angeles Football Club,
United States

7.30PM

INVITATION ONLY

RECEPTION

DAY 03 - MONDAY, JULY 27

7:30AM - 7:00PM

REGISTRATION

8:30AM – 10:00AM

TASKFORCE BREAKFASTS

Running concurrently, across two days, Doha GOALS will host a total of six taskforces – highly interactive small group discussions that will focus on defining tangible opportunities and solutions. Each Taskforce will produce a plan of action to guide the next steps that participants and their respective organizations can take to ensure success in the near and longer-term.

Speakers in the taskforces will lead the table discussions.

Taskforce IV

(Breakout room 2):
diversity and inclusion: powered by the inter-american development bank, san diego state university and escuela universitaria real madrid

Fabian KOSS
Senior Specialist in Cultural Solidarity & Creative Affairs Division of the Office of External Relations, Inter-American Development Bank,
United States
Christine ARMITAGE
Executive Director, SIDOC Foundation,
Colombia
Anderson DIAS
Paralympic Gold Medalist; Founder & President, Urece - Sports and Culture for Blind People,
Brazil
Victor GUTIéRREZ
Co-Founder, Fútbol Más,
Chile
Scott MINTO
Director of the Sports MBA Program, San Diego State University,
United States
Pedro DIAZ-RIDAO
Coordinator, Real Madrid International Professional School - UEM,
Spain

Taskforce V

(BREAKOUT room 3): 

partnerships for good -- selling your opportunities to corporate sponsors: powered by ieg

Lesa UKMAN
Futures Director, IEG & ESP Properties,
United States
Steve LELAND
Marketing Lead for Southern California & Arizona, Accenture,
United States
Jared MELZER
Senior Manager for Sponsorships, Farmers Insurance,
United States

Taskforce VI

(BREAKOUT room 1): 

Sports and Social Entrepreneurship: Powered by Beeck Center for Social Impact & Innovation,
Georgetown University

Sonal SHAH
Founding Executive Director; Professor, Beeck Center for Social Impact & Innovation,
United States
Liz ANDERSON
Director of Engagement, Beeck Center for Social Impact & Innovation, Georgetown University,
United States
Nadia ROUMANI
Lecturer; 2012-13 Fellow, D.School/Walter & Esther Hewlett Design Fellow, Center on Philanthropy & Civil Society, Stanford University,
United States

10:00AM – 10:30AM


Networking Coffee Break

10:30AM – 11:10AM

CONVERGENCE

GOLD MEETS GOLDEN: THE CONVERGENCE OF SPORTS AND ENTERTAINMENT

What kind of power for positive change can emerge when sports and entertainment stars combine forces?

The greatest global icons today come from two distinct sources: sports and Hollywood. What happens at the intersection of these two worlds, which capture the imagination and enthusiasm of the whole world?

Todd GOLDSTEIN
Chief Revenue Officer, AEG,
United States
Chris KLEIN
President, LA Galaxy,
United States
Jeff MOORAD
Chairman & CEO, Moorad Sports Partners,
United States
Man Jit SINGH
President, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment,
United States

Moderator

Sanjay SOOD
Professor of Marketing; Faculty Director at the Center for Management of Enterprise in Media, Entertainment and Sports (Center for MEMES),, UCLA Anderson School of Management
United States

11:10AM – 11:40AM

INclusion

CAN SPORTS LEAD IN CREATING A MORE TOLERANT SOCIETY?

How can sports help forge greater inclusion and overcome prejudices?

Sports alone can’t cure a society’s ills, but they can be powerful agents for change. How can sports most effectively overcome differences and change attitudes? How does sports confront the challenges of disability in particular?

Rick HANSEN
Paralympian; CEO, Rick Hansen Foundation,
Canada
Lord Christopher HOLMES
Paralympian; Member of the House of Lords,
United Kingdom
Dallas OBERHOLZER
Founder & Director, Indigo Youth Movement,
South Africa
Kim SAMUEL
President, The Samuel Family Foundation; Professor of Practice, Institute for Studies in International Development (ISID), McGill University,
Canada

Moderator

Alan KASUJJA
Senior Broadcast Journalist, BBC Newsday,
Uganda


11:40AM – 12:00PM

time out

an insightful one-on-one conversation with a sporting superstar

Yuna KIM
Figure Skating Champion; Special Olympics Global Ambassador; 2018 Pyeongchang Olympic Games Honorary Ambassador; UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador,
South Korea

Moderator

Eunice In Young LEE
Executive Assistant to the Senior Vice President of Talent Division, Don Buchwald & Associates,
United States

12:00PM – 12:20PM

TIME OUT

AN INSIGHTFUL ONE-ON-ONE CONVERSATION WITH A SPORTING SUPERSTAR

Farhan ZAIDI
General Manager, LA Dodgers,
United States

Moderator

Molly KNIGHT
Author, The Best Team Money Can Buy: the Los Angeles Dodgers’ Wild Struggle to Build a Baseball Powerhouse,
United States

12:20PM – 1:00PM

GLOBAL

Sports and globalization

What role does sports have in raising the profile and potential of emerging economies?

How can sports help create more inclusive societies, drawing in the most marginalized communities? What role can sports play in putting smaller countries on the world stage? What are the salutary examples of sports’ power to unite and heal, rather than perpetuate division?

Jeremy AISENBERG
Vice President of Strategic Initiatives, Octagon,
United States
Emine BOZKURT
Former Member of European Parliament & Member of the Advisory Council, Global Watch,
The Netherlands
Wilfried LEMKE
Special Adviser to the Secretary-General of the United Nations on Sport for Development and Peace,
Switzerland
Dikembe MUTOMBO
Four-time NBA Defensive Player of the Year; Eight-time NBA All-Star; President, Dikembe Mutombo Foundation,
United States
Hannah TETER
Two-time American Snowboarder & Halfpipe Olympics Gold Medalist; Special Olympics Global Ambassador; Founder, Hannah's Gold,
United States

Moderator

Ambassador Derek SHEARER
Chevalier Professor of Diplomacy & World Affairs, Occidental College,
United States

1:00PM – 2:30PM


networking lunch

2:30PM – 2:50PM

tIme out

an insightful one-on-one conversation with a sporting superstar

Travis PASTRANA
Motorsports & X Games Competitor; Global RallyCross Champion,
United States

Moderator

Ato BOLDON
Four-time Olympic Medalist, Broadcaster & IAAF Global Ambassador,
Trinidad and Tobago

2:50PM – 3:20PM

innovation and technology

sports and silicon valley

What constitutes today's technology frontier in sports?

What can athletes, coaches, team owners and fans expect from continuing advances in big data, digital interaction and virtual reality?

Claude RUIBAL
Director, UbiquitySports,
United States
Michael BUCKLIN
Producer, ESPN Social Production Group,
United States
Gareth CAPON
CEO, Grabyo,
United Kingdom

Moderator

Sarah BERGSTROM
Assistant Director of Social Media, University of Southern California Athletics,
United States


3:20PM – 3:50PM

Community

community organizations and the development of sports

Community organizations have a vital role in creating an inclusive, dynamic society. Can the crucial role local organizations play in North America be a model for the world?

Monique BRANDON
Executive Director, Kids In Sports,
Untied States
Mike FOX
Sports Tourism Manager, Sport Surrey,
Canada
Mike FREITAG
Former Professional Soccer Player & Director of Coaching, Colorado Soccer Association,
United States
Janet FROETSCHER
CEO, Special Olympics,
United States
Patrick MCCLENAHAN
President & CEO, Special Olympics World Games, Los Angeles 2015,
United States

Moderator

Alan KASUJJA
Senior Broadcast Journalist, BBC Newsday,
Uganda


3:50PM - 4:20PM

case study

Examining sports performance with a global study

Dr. Richard KREIDER
Professor; Department Head of Health & Kinesiology, Texas A&M University,
United States
Dr. Alberto MENDEZ-VILLANUEVA
Senior Football Strength & Conditioning Coach, ASPIRE Academy and Qatar Football Association,
Qatar
Dr. Xavier VALLE
Team Doctor, FC Barcelona Medical Department,
Spain

Moderator

Ato BOLDON
Four-time Olympic Medalist, Broadcaster & IAAF Global Ambassador,
Trinidad and Tobago

4:20PM – 4:50PM

obesity

sports and health: tackling obesity

How can we leverage the power of sports to tackle obesity? 

Obesity is a rising problem in many societies. Studies consistently demonstrate that children that engage in sports at a young age are healthier, develop better dietary habits and have a greatly reduced risk of obesity and other chronic problems as they grow up.

Dr. Mohammed ALSAYRAFI
General Manager, Anti-Doping Lab,
Qatar
Dr. John BARTHOLOMEW
Professor & Chair, Department of Kinesiology & Health Education, The University of Texas at Austin,
United States
Dr. Stéphane BERMON
Co-Founder, KB Health Partners,
Monaco
Bart CONNER
Two-time Olympic Gold Medalist & World Champion in Gymnastics,
United States
Chris WATTS
Executive Director, National Foundation on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition,
United States

Moderator

Lance KNOBEL
Director of Programs, Richard Attias & Associates,
United States

4:50PM – 5:20PM

activism

athletes and social activism

What role should athletes have in breaking down barriers for visible minorities, particularly in coaching and executive management?

Compared to player demographics in various professional sports, there continues to be all too few visible minorities in coaching and executive management positions, despite reforms introduced by many leagues. What impact can athlete activism have on building greater support for action on vital issues? How can athletes most effectively articulate the need for real change? 

Della BRITTON BAEZA
President & CEO, Jackie Robinson Foundation,
Untied States
Dr. John CARLOS
1968 Olympic Bronze Medalist, 200 Meter Race, 1969 Track & Field Champion, Activist, & Coach,
United States
Adonal FOYLE
Former NBA Player, Author, Consultant & Activist,
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Etan THOMAS
Former Professional Basketball Player; Activist; Author,
United States

Moderator


Alan KASUJJA
Senior Broadcast Journalist, BBC Newsday,
Uganda

5:20PM – 5:50PM

PITCH FOR CHANGE

STUDENT AMBASSADORS PITCH THEIR SPORTS INITIATIVES TO PANEL

Judges

Della BRITTON BAEZA
President & CEO, Jackie Robinson Foundation,
Untied States
Nadia COMANECI
Five-time Olympic Gold Medalist in Gymnastics,
Romania
Bart CONNER
Two-time Olympic Gold Medalist & World Champion in Gymnastics,
United States

5:50PM – 6:10PM

TIME OUT

AN ASTONISHING DEMONSTRATION FROM THE WORLD’S GREATEST SOCCER FREESTYLER

Séan GARNIER
World Champion in Freestyle Soccer; Co-Founder, Street Style Society,
France


6:10PM - 6:30PM

CLOSING REMARKS

DOHA GOALS FOUNDATION PRESENTATION OF INITIATIVES

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