The oldest regular publication of the International Olympic Committee, the Olympic Review is the official magazine of the Olympic Movement. Published quarterly in English, French and Spanish, its content is a mix of official news and information as well as more in-depth features on topics of interest to the sporting movement.
The IOC Annual Reports include a comprehensive account of all the activities of the IOC during the previous year and outline efforts put in place to increase transparency, improve governance and set higher ethical standards. They also include the Auditors Report and the financial statements.
For the first time since the pandemic began, the entire world was able to come together through the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. Billions of people around the globe were united by emotion, sharing moments of joy and inspiration. This Marketing Report highlights the incredible efforts of our Worldwide Olympic Partners, as well as the record-breaking results of our broadcast partners, and other marketing programmes which support the Olympic Movement.
Thanks to the IOC’s Olympic broadcast partners, more than a quarter of the world's population watched the action in PyeongChang, with their various new media platforms helping to make these the most digitally viewed Olympic Winter Games ever so far. The invaluable support and commitment of the Worldwide Olympic Partners also made it possible for PyeongChang 2018 to open up New Horizons and inspire a new generation with the Olympic spirit. The IOC’s marketing partners played an invaluable role in making the Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018 such a resounding success.
The success of Rio 2016 owes much to the support of our Olympic Partners, who provide essential resources to help broadcast, promote, fund and stage each edition of the Olympic Games. This Marketing Report describes just how important their contributions were to the Olympic Games Rio 2016 and are to the Olympic Movement.
In 2017, the IOC launched a comprehensive review of the current state of gender equality in the Olympic Movement, with a mandate to produce action-oriented recommendations for change. The result is the IOC Gender Equality Review Project (2018). The report is available here.
A diverse array of individuals hailing from various facets of the Olympic Movement and beyond have passionately expressed their views on diverse subjects pertaining to sports and the administration of sports. The authors all possess a wealth of experience and expertise in their respective fields, and have contributed extensively to the global dialogue on sport and its governance. This collection is an invaluable resource for anyone seeking to gain a deeper understanding of the numerous issues that impact the world of sports.