The Olympic Games and Politics


Whilst the Olympic Movement states that politics have no place in sport, political events have nonetheless exerted a significant effect on modern Olympic Games. Three of the most ‘political’ Olympic Games are undoubtedly Berlin, 1936; Mexico, 1968; and Munich, 1972.


Authors Elesa Argent
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