The Olympic Review Magazine offers the news and activities of the IOC as well as in-depth feature pieces on topics and issues that matter to the Olympic Movement.
First published in 1894 the year the IOC was founded, the Olympic Review is now an 84-page full-colour glossy magazine that is issued quarterly.
Discover here the E-zine version. Leaf through this electronic version by placing your mouse on the white arrows on the left and right of the pages. You can also zoom in or out, search for key words or go directly to a specific page by using the Thumbnails feature in the top left hand corner or the sliding rule at the base of the screen.
Truly Exceptional Games - December 2008
Olympic Review looks back at the unforgettable moments of the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games
Meeting of Cultures - June 2008
Beijing 2008 provides the catalyst for the people of China to welcome athletes, spectators and billions of TV viewers worldwide.
Heralding the Games - March 2008
Olympic Review travels to Beijing to share in the mounting excitement and anticipation as the 2008 Games draw ever closer and the preparations continue in both sporting and cultural arenas.
Zero Tolerance - December 2007
Why Time is Running Out For Drug Cheats: A special report on how the IOC, directed by its policy of Zero Tolerance, is setting the agenda in the sports movement’s fight against doping.
Going Green - September 2007
How the Olympic Movement positions sport as a vital contributor to environmental protection and sustainability.