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BUENOS AIRES, Argentina -- With three major votes on the agenda, Olympic leaders begin weeklong meetings on Wednesday that will bring a close to Jacques Rogges 12-year reign as IOC president. The International Olympic Committee convenes in Buenos Aires to choose a host city for the 2020 Games, elect Rogges successor and add a sport to the 2020 lineup. First up, Rogge chairs his policy-making executive board for the last time, a two-day meeting to review a range of Olympic issues. The full IOC then convenes starting Friday for its 125th session, a landmark meeting that will set the Olympic movements direction for the next decade. On Saturday, the 100 or so IOC members will vote by secret ballot on the 2020 host, a three-way contest between Tokyo, Madrid and Istanbul. A day later, the members will choose between wrestling, squash and baseball-softball for a spot in the 2020 Games. And next Tuesday, the IOC will elect a new president from among six contenders. 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