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World

Prize money doesn’t belong at the Olympics

11 April 2024

6:22 PM

11 April 2024

6:22 PM

Lord Coe, the president of World Athletics, has come up with the daft and damaging idea that athletes should be paid for winning gold at the Olympic Games. In doing so, the track and field governing sports body would become the first to offer prize money in the history of the Olympics.

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