3 QUESTIONS ON LEGACY AND SUSTAINABILITY
With legacy and sustainability becoming ever-more important issues for the Olympic Movement, we ask three IOC experts what is being done to ensure the Olympic Games have a positive impact on society.
THE NEW NORM
An ambitious set of 118 reforms that reimagines how the Olympic Games are delivered was presented to the IOC Members during the Session in PyeongChang.
Don’t miss the full 58 page report which outlines all measures and actions which will be put into place to simplify the Candidature Process and to create Games which are more flexible, easier to operate and less expensive, whilst also unlocking more value for host cities over the long term.
WHAT'S NEW AT THE OSC?
From the latest news about our research grant programmes, our invaluable Olympic results database and our newest ZOOM IN pages on Sport for Development and Athletes’ Health and Protection to the latest additions to our OSC Reference Collection on the Olympic Movement and the IOC, the Winter Olympic Villages and demonstration sports, discover why we are your source for Olympic knowledge.
NEW ON THE SHELF
Don’t miss our latest releases and the publications we highlighted for you: a sustainability report on PyeongChang, the IOC toolkit for IFs and NOCs and the Candidature Process for 2026.
Our archives include Baron Pierre de Coubertin’s private diary, which he kept right up until his death, offering an insight into the thoughts of the founder of the modern Olympic Games.
OLYMPIC STUDIES AROUND THE GLOBE
Find out what is going on in the academic world, including the calls for papers for the ICOS 14th International Symposium for Olympic and Paralympic Research and for the Diagoras e-journal and education opportunities in several master’s degree programmes.