I don’t know. When I started I wasn’t sure what I was going to use, so here goes…” The girl laughed, which made the old man giggle. Before long the girl’s mouth was covered in what looked like two different pieces of string, which hung on just the left side of the neck. She smiled at him, as if she had caught him off-guard. “But I knew exactly what to do. You just… you just… you’re so pretty!” she finished happily. Then both of them fell asleep, exhausted from the session.
When the world’s major sports federations and their owners and management decide what they want to do next, the result can have far larger impacts than any single event ever imagined.
Those who know me know that this is exactly what I mean when I say I try to predict the future of the Olympics. I have had a number of successes in predicting the future of the Summer Olympics but my best is yet to come.
After watching the Rio games unfold this week I have some big and rather unexpected thoughts about the future of the Olympics as well as the IOC and world governing bodies like FIFA, USOC, FIDE and UNFCCC.
There are a lot of different ideas and discussions going on in a variety of places this week and these discussions aren’t limited to professional sport or even world governing bodies.
The Olympics have changed a lot in their 30-year history and it is clear that there are many different views on how the Games should be run. As many of these ideas overlap each other at their core, it will be difficult to choose one single idea as the gold standard but we will need to keep in mind that there is no right or wrong answer:
I expect the IOC and all members to get something done and this means new rules are needed.
I was a little surprised to see the IOC’s new rules regarding the amount of time athletes have prior to competing for world, Olympic and Olympic Silver medals. The old IOC rule was that the time after the last medal was collected was the time in which the athlete was free to rest.
The new rules make Olympic Champion medal time count towards the World, Olympic and Olympic Silver medal time as follows:
4 years = 90/20 medals
2 years = 75/25 medals
1 year = 70/25 medals
The change means that athletes competing in the world championships and in the Olympics must have received a medal in at least 2
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