ZOOM IN ON ETHICS, GOOD GOVERNANCE AND OLYMPIC SPORTS
Don't miss the vast list of key resources related to ethics and good governance under our new “Zoom In” page on the Olympic World Library. Also, learn about what makes a sport an Olympic sport thanks to our brand new Reference Document.
NEW ON THE SHELF
See all the latest additions to our collection, which include important reports that are set to have a significant impact on the Olympic Movement and the Olympic Games, such as the “New Norm” reforms, the new host city selection process for the YOG in 2022 and the gender equality project, as well as the first ever publication on sports by the Vatican.
OLYMPIC STUDIES AROUND THE GLOBE
We take a look at the latest news from the academic world, including the launch of a Global Master’s Programme focused on sport for development; a new issue of Spanish digital journal Citius, Altius, Fortius; and the opening of a new home for the Olympic Studies Centre J.A. Samaranch in Barcelona.
Olympism in action forum
The first ever Olympism in Action Forum, organised by the IOC, will take place in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on 5 and 6 October 2018. This new event is another concrete example of the implementation of the reforms outlined in Olympic Agenda 2020. Click here to learn more about the forum's programme.
FUNDING ACADEMIC RESEARCH
Find out how to apply for the 2019 edition of our PhD and Early Career Academics Research Grant Programme, and discover the latest news about the grants awarded for the 2018/2019 Advanced Olympic Research Grant Programme.
DID YOU KNOW?
Can you name the Brazilian athlete who has competed in six editions of the Games across three different sports? Click through to find out more about this athlete’s incredible story.