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In this magazine, the eight-strong insidethegames.biz team that we sent to Tokyo relive their experiences of this year’s Olympics and Paralympics.

In his article Europe’s top man, chief columnist David Owen speaks to Spyros Capralos, the President of the Hellenic Olympic Committee, currently the sole flagbearer for Greece at the IOC and the man from the birthplace of the Games.

Umar Kremlev, The International Boxing Association President, speaks to chief feature writer Mike Rowbottom as the embattled organisation bids for reacceptance in order to regain its place for Paris 2024 after being locked out as fighters took to the ring at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.

Senior reporter Michael Pavitt speaks to Robin Mitchell, the Fijian who has served as the Acting President of ANOC since 2018, and discusses holding the fort and what the future holds.

The Olympic Movement can now look forward to the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics and Paralympics, but with the IOC guaranteed to face some difficult questions chief senior reporter Liam Morgan assesses the latest situation in his article Games under a cloud.

In Greece is the word, Philip Barker, our Olympic historian, looks back on the key meetings which have taken place in the country - the birthplace of the Games - over the years.

Mike Rowbottom says sports fans will be forgiven if they get confused next year. Seeing double looks ahead to The World Games in the United States and the Commonwealth Games in England which will both take place under the name Birmingham 2022.

With Tokyo 2020 now in the rear-view mirror, insidethegames.biz editor Duncan Mackay along with magazine editor Dan Palmer, run the rule over a quartet of sports which have had elections to contend with.

Doping and other forms of cheating generate numerous headlines these days, but, as Mike Rowbottom reports, it’s a tale as old as time.

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