2016 Rio Olympic Games Round-up

As another Oxford year begins, with a debauched Freshers’ Week or a raft of collections, the time has come to cast an eye back over the summer. The Olympic Games came as a welcome antidote to the sustained drudgery of Euro 2016, bringing the usual sights of world records dropping like flies, gold medals for […]

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Usain Bolt should pay his taxes or jog on

Despite writing an earlier article for the Oxford Student heavily critical of much of the politics and decisions surrounding the London 2012 Olympics, I had very little against the sporting events themselves. Granted, I’m not especially fond of competitive individualism, but watching extremely talented and hard-working people perform the sports they love was invigorating. Bradley […]

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