A lesson from legends at the 2018 Youth Olympic Games

A lesson from legends. Olympic greats share their knowledge at the Youth Games under way in Argentina.


    Some say the Olympics have lost sight of the ideals that inspired the ancient Greeks and those who reignited the movement at the end of the nineteenth century - that it’s too big, too commercial and riddled with cheats.

    The Olympic movement refutes those claims and says the Youth Games are making the Olympics relevant to a new generation of athletes.


    Al Jazeera's Daniel Schweimler reports from Buenos Aires.


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