World Selection Committee is a group of experts that decides which countries get the opportunity to host the Olympics and other world-class sporting events. The committee includes representatives from each member country of the International Olympic Committee and other experts on sports-related issues. The committee is chaired by the Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund.

The prize selection process is complex, and the World Selection Committee is responsible for selecting the winners of a wide range of prizes including gold medals at the Olympic Games, world championship titles, Olympic quota spots, and continental and regional competitions. The committee must balance the interests of the athletes and their families, national governments, the business community, and the public. In addition, the committee must take into account the social and economic impact of the event, including job creation and local infrastructure development.

A committee’s membership must be balanced, with participants from different backgrounds and perspectives, and a variety of skills, qualifications, and experience. The committee should also be diverse by gender, employment sector, and (where possible) ethnic background. Using this approach will help cushion against implicit bias and ensure that the committee’s decisions are informed by a broad range of ideas.

The World Selection Committee is a group of experts who decide which countries get the opportunity to host the Olympics, world championships, and other major sporting events. The committee members are elected for a four-year term, and are appointed by the International Olympic Committee. The committee consists of 25 members who represent the full membership of the IOC and the World Bank. It is chaired by Azucena Arbeleche, Oriental Republic of Uruguay’s Minister of Economy and Finance.

The World Selection Committee will assemble at the U.S. women’s gymnastics camp in Katy, Texas this week to choose the squad that will compete at next month’s World Artistic Gymnastics Championships in Antwerp, Belgium. The first day of the camp will feature an all-around competition, with the top gymnast locking her spot on Team USA. Absent from the camp will be reigning Olympic all-around champion Sunisa Lee, who declined an invitation, according to USA Gymnastics. The reigning champion has been dealing with a kidney-related health issue.