News in Review Olympic Corruption: Cleaning up the IOC

News in Review Olympic Corruption: Cleaning up the IOC

The loss of faith in an international institution and the loss of face and credibility on the part of the IOC are key issues in this story. For many Canadians, it has been particularly troubling watching Toronto's bid for the 2008 Olympics fade in light of mounting evidence of wide-scale corruption in the site selection process and the growing conviction that Beijing will get the Games. In the meantime, the IOC attempts to clean house and restore its reputation.

  • 1999
  • 00:12:17
  • 13-14
  • Added on: 04/15/1999
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Edition
April 1999
Subjects
International Olympic Committee -- Corrupt practices [LCSH] Olympic host city selection [LCSH] Sports -- Corrupt practices [LCSH] Social sciences [LCSH] Law -- Study and teaching [LCSH] Sports [LCSH]
Team
Knowlton Nash (Host), Raj Ahluwalia (Journalist), Paul Workman (Journalist)
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