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This edition examines the controversial decision to award the 2024 and 2028 Olympic and Paralympic Games together. 

Is this the end of Olympic bidding as we know it? Chief columnist David Owen investigates. 

The biggest winners in this Olympic bid race could be the respective Mayors of Los Angeles and Paris, who Nick Butler believes one day could end up Presidents of the United States and France. Read it here. 

A campaign to choose a new host city for the 2022 Commonwealth Games is currently underway. Duncan Mackay thinks it will probably be either Birmingham or Liverpool. Find out why. 

An election to choose a new President of the International Paralympic Committee is taking place with Sir Philip Craven stepping down after 16 years. Mike Rowbottom speaks to him. 

There is an interview by Michael Pavitt with International Cycling Union President Brian Cookson, who is facing opposition from Frenchman David Lappartient.

We look back four years ago at how wrestling survived being cut from the Olympic programme and how it has prospered since. 

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