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  • Russia at the 2018 Winter Olympics?

    novembre 30, 2017

    Russia has been banned from the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, which begin on 9 February 2018. September 2017, the world’s leading anti-doping agencies have come together to demand Russia be banned from the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang next year and to warn the International Olympic Committee it must stop paying lip service to the fight against doping. In november 2017, the IOC’s Oswald Commission sanctioned 25 Russian athletes for using doping at the XXll Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, in 2014. The Russian athletes have been declared ineligible to be accredited in any capacity for all editions of the Games of the Olympiad and the Olympic Winter Games subsequent to the Sochi Olympic Winter Games.

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  • Sports and Russian Doping: Fairness vs. the Human Right to Sport

    juillet 29, 2016

    Devastating Wada reports documented systematic, state-sponsored doping in Russian athletics. It found widespread state action to hide cheating among Russian athletes in the run up to the London 2012 Olympics, as well as a comprehensive cover up of doping during the World Championships in Moscow and the Winter Olympics in Sochi a year later. The IOC decided not to impose a blanket ban on the Russian team competing in the Rio Olympic Games. What’s fair play? Which human rights are in play? What is the credibility of the Olympic Games?

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  • Protection of Olympic Properties

    Protection of Olympic Properties

    février 14, 2014

    During the 2014 Olympic opening ceremony in Sochi, the World could witness the familiar Olympic symbols again: the torche, the flag, the rings and the mascots: three giant, stuffed-animal-like Sochi mascots, featuring a polar bear, a leopard and a hare. All three of these animals are indigenous to the country. These Olympic symbols, logos and mascots are very popular and therefore subject of plagiarism and corruption.

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  • Olympic Games | Research Guide International Law

    Jeux Olympiques

    Introduction Les Jeux Olympiques sont la plus grande compétition sportive internationale. Les Jeux Olympiques réunissent des milliers d’athlètes de niveau et les font se mesurer les uns aux autres dans un grand nombre de sports individuels et collectifs. Le Comité International Olympique (CIO) est l’autorité suprême du Mouvement olympique. Son rôle est de promouvoir à […]

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