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64OLYMPIC REVIEWIt was both inevitable and appropriate that theInternational Olympic Committee (IOC) shouldhave had its own publication. Before he becamethe main motivating force in the revival of theOlympic Games, Pierre de Coubertin had been ajournalist, beginning his professional career for LaReforme Socialein 1886. He continued writingarticles until 1937, the year of his death, by whichtime he had contributed almost 1,300 pieces to morethan 60 publications, printed both in his nativeFrance and abroad. In 1895, the year after the IOCwas founded, Coubertin received a press card ?OLYMPIC REVIEW HISTORYFORTHERECORDFOR OVER 100 YEARS, OLYMPIC REVIEWHAS HELPEDSPREAD THE VALUES OF OLYMPISM AROUND THEWORLD AND PROVIDED AN INSIGHT INTO THE INNERWORKINGS OF THE OLYMPIC MOVEMENT. HERE,JOHN GOODBODYLOOKS BACK AT THE PUBLICATION'S ORIGINS, FROM THE FIRST ISSUE IN1894 RIGHT UP TO THE PRESENT DAYBelow OlympicReview hasevolved fromhumblebeginnings in1894 to becomea modern, eye-catchingmagazine

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