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Rio Olympic Souvenirs? -- OpEd

June 03, 2016

While the world is watching Brazil cope with the Zika virus, political turmoil at the highest levels of government and a huge unemployment rate, all I can think about are the ...

The IOC's Rule 40: Olympic Sponsorship's Achilles Heel -- OpEd

May 30, 2016

The Olympic logo is recognized by 93 percent of the world, and with that kind of Q rating, it’s not surprising brands want in. Idy Uyoe In its latest revenue forecasts f...

Rio Deserves Good Luck: OpEd -- Top Story Replay

April 30, 2016

(ATR) The collapse of a seaside bikeway last week that likely claimed five lives is the latest blot in the lead-up to the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. With 100 days t...

Rio Deserves Good Luck: OpEd

April 27, 2016

(ATR) The collapse of a seaside bikeway last week that likely claimed five lives is the latest blot in the lead-up to the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. With 100 days t...

Op-Ed: WADA Is No Place For Absolute Authorities and Politics (Part Two)

March 16, 2016

We already could find a clear sign of the political instrumentalization of WADA and the fight against doping in a statement that Mr. Pound made in an interview in 2006. Referr...

Op-Ed: WADA Is No Place For Absolute Authorities and Politics

March 16, 2016

In an e-mail that WADA sent to the International Cycling Union (UCI) on Jan.  26, 2013, WADA called itself the “absolute authority “ in anti-doping. Hein Verbruggen (Getty) ...

Op-Ed - How Infantino Won the FIFA Presidency - and What Next?

February 29, 2016

Infantino aims to show a more inclusive style of leadership (Getty) (ATR) New FIFA president Gianni Infantino promises to “work tirelessly” to restore the federation’s tarnis...

OpEd: YOG Finds Success in Humble Lillehammer

February 24, 2016

(ATR) It can be done. The joyful 2016 Youth Olympic Games in Lillehammer show it is possible to hang the Olympic rings on an event without suffocating gigantism or annoying ...

Op-Ed: IJF President Marius Vizer Walks the Walk

January 27, 2016

HAVANA — It is closing in on a year now that Marius Vizer was cast off into something akin to the Olympic wilderness. His crime? Mostly, speaking the truth. Now, amid scandal ...

OpEd: Scandal, Greed Fuel Public Doubt for Olympic Bids

December 02, 2015

Richard Peterkin of St. Lucia. (ATR) (ATR) “Decades of poor corporate governance and a dishonest culture” are at the root of public distrust about Olympic bids says St. Lucia...

Avoiding 2024 Olympic Bid Meltdown

December 02, 2015

(ATR) And now there are four. Budapest, Los Angeles, Paris and Rome are the cities left in the race for the 2024 Olympics now that voters in Hamburg have rejected a bid ...

OpEd - Crisis for Sport Leaders

November 08, 2015

(ATR) When leaders of the world’s major sport federations gather this week in Lausanne they face a crisis only they can undo. The annual SportAccord IF Forum comes at a t...

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