Comments

  • By Laura Robinson
    20.11.2009 /
    When the torch passes through Canada's aboriginal communities it won't shed any light on the poverty that keeps their children from the Olympic dream
  • By Jens Sejer Andersen, International director, Play the Game
    10.10.2009 /
    The next four years will show to which extent Rogge will succeed in becoming the great reformer of the Olympic movement that he was expected to when he took office in 2001.
  • By Charlie Charters
    08.10.2009 /
    Comment: "FIJI rugby must no longer be treated as a second-class citizen by the game's governing body", writes Charlie Charters in this comment.
  • By Nuno Delicado
    06.10.2009 /
    Comment: "As a fan of Olympism, I can see things that could be improved in how it is organized. For instance, I am puzzled by IOC governance, so I contributed the following text to the Virtual Olympic Congress", writes Nuno Delicado, Negotiation & Sport Management Consultant, PLURIS, Portugal/Singapore in this comment.
  • By Jens Sejer Andersen, International director, Play the Game
    03.10.2009 /
    Brazil now faces the challenge to tame the commercial forces around The Summer Olympics and make them serve social development
  • By Laura Robinson
    18.12.2008 /
    In this op ed, first published in the Ottawa Citizen, Laura Robinson comments on the lack of attention paid to the Canadian aboriginal athletes by the Vancouver Olympic Games organizer, VANOC, despite the extensive use of indigenous symbols in promoting the Vancouver Games.

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