Olympic review : official publication of the Olympic Movement

Vol. 112, July/August/September 2019

P. 7 - Foreword by IOC President Thomas Bach.
P. 8 - Snapshot - Eye-catching sporting images from the past quarter.
P. 12 - News - The latest news and events from around the Olympic Movement.
P. 24 - Beyond the rings - UN High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi discusses the participation of the Refugee Olympic Team at Tokyo 2020.
P. 26 - One year to go - With less than one year to go until the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, Olympic Review looks at how the hosts are blending tradition and modernity to deliver an unforgettable experience for athletes and fans.
P. 46 - Tokyo 2020 new sports - Skateboarding, sport climbing, surfing, karate, and baseball/softball are the five exciting new additions to the Olympic roster set to thrill audiences at Tokyo 2020.
P. 56 - Through the lens - We take a pictorial look at Japan’s long and cherished association with the Olympic Games.
P. 62 - Tokyo 2020 vision - Australia’s Chloe Esposito speaks about her struggles since winning an Olympic gold medal in modern pentathlon at Rio 2016.
P. 68 - Inside the Olympic Channel - The Olympic Channel’s latest original series, All Around, takes viewers on an intriguing real-time journey with three of the world’s leading gymnasts.
P. 74 - My Games - American sprinting legend Michael Johnson reflects on an incredible Olympic career.
P. 78 - Olympic studies - news and book reviews from the IOC Olympic Studies Centre.
P. 81 - Obituaries - Olympians and figures from the Olympic Movement who have passed away.
P. 82 - Fast facts - facts and figures about the Olympic mascots.

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