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Op Ed

Olympic Games: Why We Must Compress Time and Reduce Cost -- Op Ed

April 17, 2015

Bob Richardson (KTS Global Group) My involvement with the Olympic Games started almost 30 years ago and my first visit to an Olympic City was Atlanta in 1996. There I was adv...

Boston 2024 Sails Dangerous Waters -- Op Ed

April 03, 2015

(ATR) The U.S. bid for the Olympics needs a new map to avoid crashing on the rocks. The USS Constitution sails into Boston Harbor (Getty Images) In the three months since ...

Ashgabat Ready to Welcome Asia, Oceania in 2017 -- Op Ed

March 20, 2015

Ashgabat will host the 2017 AIMAG (Ashgabat 2017) In 2017, Turkmenistan’s capital Ashgabat will host the 5th Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games (AIMAG 2017). No expense is ...

Clean Sport Initiatives -- Op Ed

March 03, 2015

This is an extremely exciting time for the Olympic Movement. The unanimous approval of the 40 Olympic Agenda 2020 recommendations at the end of last year began a period of cha...

Tokyo 2020 Should Support a Peaceful World -- Op Ed

February 25, 2015

The Olympic flag flies over the opening ceremony at Seoul 1988. (Getty Images) I visited Seoul last week at the first time in five years. While there, I went to Olympic P...

Almaty 2022: A New Direction for the Winter Games -- Op Ed

February 11, 2015

The following op ed was provided by Almaty 2022 executive board member Madame Zauresh Amanzholova. Almaty is the largest city in Kazakhstan. It is also the nation’s former ...

Tokyo Olympic Legacy Should Respect the Departed -- Op Ed

February 10, 2015

The Japanese and Olympic flags fly in tandem at the 2014 Sochi Olympics. (Getty Images) (ATR) It was hard for me to believe what I was seeing when I attended the executive bo...

Kickboxing Champ Lives Sochi Legacy

February 07, 2015

On the occasion of the first anniversary of the Sochi Olympics the Russian International Olympic University submits this Q&A with one of its already accomplished students, I...

Qatar Continues to Emerge as Serious Competitor in World Sport -- Exclusive Op Ed

February 05, 2015

Sheikh Saoud Bin Abdulrahman Al Thani (QOC) There is an old adage that ‘a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step’ and although Qatar’s sporting journey started...

The World Cup Beckons for China -- Op Ed

February 03, 2015

(Jeff Ruffolo) (ATR) When you are sitting on top of the world of international sport, you can do just about anything you want. So it is for the nation of China and city of...

The Case for a Beijing Winter Olympics -- Exclusive Op Ed

January 26, 2015

Beijing 2022 vp and vice mayor Zhang Jiandong. OpEd:  What Would Beijing 2022 Bring to the World? Written by Zhang Jiandong, Executive Vice President of Beijing 2022, Vice M...

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