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Why the Olympics Could Be £9 Billion Well Spent
Freelance writer, columnist and broadcaster
What we'll see, for the next three weeks, will remind us that the most spectacular feats in the world don't cost money. And that, for all the worry and embarrassment, will be £9 billion well spent.
After 40 Years, It's Time to Commemorate Munich Olympics Massacre
Abraham H. Foxman
National Director, Anti-Defamation League
The time has come for the IOC to right their 40 years of indifference to the victims of the Munich Massacre, and properly honor their memory during the opening Olympic ceremonies. It is an act of common human decency, not politics, to take a moment to commemorate those who died as Olympic athletes.
"You Can Cure Cancer, But You Can't Cure Doping and Illegal Betting"
Senior Reporter, Metro International
With his wire-rimmed glasses and measured speech, Rogge -- a Belgian, former surgeon and Olympic yachtsman -- cuts a distinguished figure. He met
for an exclusive interview at the IOC's headquarters in Lausanne, Switzerland.
Brazil Olympic Funding Taps Sports Marketing Gold
Blogs on sports and politics. Member of PEN
Ramping up for the 2016 Rio Games, Brazil is promoting tax incentives that allow companies and individuals to invest a portion of their income taxes in programs connected to Olympic sports.
Women's Ski Jumping Tests the Grudges of Olympic Leaders
Author, 'Single-Digit Soccer'
The pettiness of the International Olympic Committee will be key when the IOC decides whether to approve women's ski jumping for the Winter Olympic program next week. Will they have fresh reasons to say no?
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The Vancouver Olympic flame has been extinguished. Canada beat the U.S. 3-2 in a thrilling overtime game to win the gold medal in hockey.
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Less Than Sacred Hoops
Chicago lawyer and musician
Why is Arne Duncan going to Copenhagen? Maybe the IOC will want to hear what steps he is taking to ensure that the rest of our nation's public schools begin performing at the level of those in Chicago.
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