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Six critical days for the IOC and the Olympic Movement

PALM DESERT, June 7, 2017 – The next week is going to be a critical one for the International Olympic Committee, for athletes in...

We have the Old-lympics, so what about a Mod-lympics?

PALM DESERT, May 29, 2017 – There are dozens of television shows which have had spin-offs that have themselves become big hits. Take the CSI:...

Did we learn anything from the IOC’s “mind-blowing” visits to L.A. and Paris?

PALM DESERT, May 17, 2017 – Given that the IOC Evaluation Commission had nothing but praise for both Los Angeles and Paris in their...

Lightning can strike twice: Paris and Los Angeles, part II

PALM DESERT, Jan. 30, 2017 – Now it turns out that the International Olympic Committee has awarded more than one Olympic Games at a...

The race to host the 2024 Games … and the mystery shopper

PALM DESERT, Dec. 19, 2016 – Does the International Olympic Committee really know who their partner is when they choose a city to host...

Does gender equality mean gender neutrality?

PALM DESERT, Nov. 28, 2016 – With the passage of Agenda 2020 in 2014, the International Olympic Committee fully embraced absolute gender equality in...

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