4OLYMPIC REVIEWOLYMPIC REVIEWCONTENTSOFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE OLYMPIC MOVEMENTAPRIL-MAY-JUNE 201007FOREWORDBy IOC President Jacques Rogge.08SNAPSHOTA stunning sporting image from this past quarter.11NEWSA review of the latest news and events from around the Olympic Movement.20CLASSIC OLYMPIC IMAGES A great image from the Olympic Games. Continues on pages 22, 60 and 62.24COVER STORY: THE KIDS ARE ALRIGHTAs the countdown to the first Youth Olympic Gamescontinues, Olympic Reviewlooks at howPresident Rogge's vision is set to become a reality in Singapore in August.28GAMES THEY CAN CALL THEIR OWNYOG reporter Kimiya Shokoohi interviews IOC President Jacques Rogge.30SOCIAL CLUBDigital medianetworks are allowing the IOC to engage with young people like never before.32YOG AMBASSADORSExclusive interviews with YOG Ambassadors Yelena Isinbayeva and Michael Phelps.36THE FINISHING STRAIGHTThe host city is putting the final touches to the preparations for the 2010 Youth Olympic Games.40BREAKING NEW GROUNDSYOGOC Chairman Ser Miang Ng looks ahead to the Youth Olympic Games.42A QUESTION OF SPORTA look at the format of each of the 26 sports in Singapore as well as the venues. 48CULTURALLY SIGNIFICANTAn analysis of the Culture and Education Programme, interviews with Young Ambassadorsfrom around the globe and a look at the Journey of the Youth Olympic Flame. 56FUTURE YOUTH OLYMPIC GAMESOlympic Reviewlooks ahead to Innsbruck 2012 and Nanjing 2014. 64OLYMPIC RESEARCH CORNERSeven academicsassess the challenges facing the Olympic Movement over the coming years.68ATHLETES IN FOCUSExclusive interviews with Victoria Pendleton(cycling), Naomi van As (hockey) and MeisamBagheri (taekwondo) begin our countdown to the 2012 London Games.74MY GAMESFeng Tianwei recalls her role in winning Singapore's first Olympic medal for 48 years, in Beijing.79OBITUARIESOlympians and figures from the Olympic Movement, who have sadly passed away.80BOOKREVIEWSOur bookworms run the rule over the latest Olympic-related publications.82OLYMPIC SPIRITOlympic Review'snew closing page featuring a moment that epitomises the Olympic spirit.