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IOC to analyze situation of Tokyo Olympics

It’s Olympic Day — but there’s not much to celebrate this year. Olympic Day was started in 1948 to mark the birth of the modern Games, which came into being on June 23, 1894. Today, the Olympic “movement” finds itself on hard times. The Tokyo Games, which should be opening about a month from now, were postponed by a year due to the coronavirus pandemic. Continue reading

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The dance of millions

The real possibility of cancelling the Olympics is under consideration | Oscar Sánchez Serra

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The dance of millions

The real possibility of cancelling the Olympics is under consideration |  

How long will we have to wait to see the world’s top athletes compete in another edition of the Olympics? | Aym sports

The International Olympic Committee’s president has stated that if the Tokyo Games are not held in 2021, they will be cancelled. Why? Continue reading

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Olympic headaches – after the Tokyo postponement

With the Tokyo Games postponed until 2021 as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) must now address a number of issues that require some rethinking. Continue reading

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Olympics president: ‘Of course, we are considering different scenarios’

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IOC knew Russian athletes were clean, but concealed evidence of their innocence – lawyer

2016.06.21.ioc staff dismantle a backdrop after a news conference after the olympic summit on doping in lausanne, switzerland

Staff of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) dismantle a backdrop after a news conference after the Olympic Summit on doping in Lausanne, Switzerland, June 21, 2016 | Reuters / Denis Balibouse

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Bach meets Putin at World Cup Final and claims Russian sport should be brought back into fold

Russian President Vladimir Putin, seen here meeting Thomas Bach, has claimed myths about the country have collapsed during the FIFA World Cup ©Getty Images

By MICHAEL PAVITT

(July 15) – International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach has congratulated Russian President Vladimir Putin on the success of the FIFA World Cup and claimed it was time to bring “Russian sport fully back into the international sports community” following the Sochi 2014 doping scandal.

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IOC’s double standards: one for the US, another for everyone else?

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) is allowing goalies from the US Olympic Women’s Ice Hockey to wear painted helmets depicting the Statue of Liberty, although they violate IOC rules on political symbols and iconography. The team will play Canada for the gold medal of the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games on Wednesday. Continue reading

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The Hope Solo Olympic Medal for Sore Loser (2): US men’s hockey coach

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By TONY SEED

The U.S. men’s hockey team massively lost their qualifying gold medal game, 4-0, on February 17 at the 2018 Pyeongchang Olympics,

The Russians did it. Continue reading

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Western chauvinism against Russia gone beserk

By MICHAEL AVERKO*

For you non-sports minded Russia watchers, the ethically flawed antics of the IOC (International Olympic Committee), WADA (World Anti-Doping Agency) and Western mass media at large, highlight a predominating anti-Russian bias that is definitely bigoted.  Continue reading

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