Opening ceremony marks beginning of summer games delayed for a year and held under unprecedented restrictions.
COVID-19, racism, anti-Semitism and a crackdown on protest — all dark clouds hanging over this year’s Olympic Games in Tokyo. The International Olympic Committee made a huge gamble in postponing the event to 2021. Has it paid off?
In this episode:
Jules Boykoff (@julesboykoff), political scientist, former Olympian, and author of Activism and the Olympics
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