Timeline: Olympic ticket controversy
Events over course of four years climaxed with arrest of Pat Hickey in Rio
Pat Hickey was charged with criminal offences on Septmeber 6th, 2016.
March 5th: US$ 1 million payment by THG lodged to the account of the OCI.
June 22nd: Executive committee agrees that Mr Hickey be paid an honorarium of €60,000.
Decemeber 16th: Hickey reports that THG had offered US$ 600,000 to renew the ticket agency for the Rio Olympic Games.
Contract between OCI and Marcus Evans to be the ATR for the Rio Olympic Games for a rights fee of US$600,000, signed by Marcus Evans on the 28th March 2012 and by Patrick Hickey in July 2012.
May 5th: Rio Organising Committee for the Olympic Games reject the proposal to have THG as the authorisied ticket re-seller.
May 6th: Marcus Evans emails Pat Hickey suggesting an alternative to THG as the re-seller.
May 20th: Pro10 is registered as a company.
June 22nd: Olympic Council of Ireland and Pro10 sign a contract stating Pro10 is the new distributor for the Olympic games in Rio. Worth $100,000.
October 28th: Rio Organising Committee for the Olympic Games approves appointment of Pro10.
March 29th: OCI pays Pro10 €86,765.15 (US$ 97,004.26) for the allocation of Olympic Family Tickets.
April 7th: Financial reports showing receipt of €44,000 from Pro10 before the Executive Committee.
August 5th: Opening Ceremony of the Olympic Games. Kevin Mallon of THG was arrested on the same day.
August 17th: Arrest of Patrick Hickey in Rio de Janeiro.
September 6th: Patrick Hickey charged with criminal offences by the authorities in Rio de Janeiro