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Tokyo 2020: Changes to protesting guidelines for Tokyo games

Wednesday 5th February / posted by Will Backler

Protesting has often been a part of past summer and winter olympic events.

Athletes have often used these events to protest against injustices and inappropriate conduct by governments around the world.

Yet the International Olympic Committee  has introduced new specific  guidelines regarding athlete protests as a way to try and prevent political protests at the Tokyo games.
RTR FM reporter Ben Davidson spoke  to Professor David Rowe, from Western Sydney University, to tell us more about what these changes mean.

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