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38OLYMPIC REVIEW OLYMPIC CONGRESS the Congress proceedings, which includes contributions gathered over the past two years from participants in the Virtual Olympic Congress. On this basis and taking into consideration the significant efforts already made, people are justified in thinking that there are many areas in need of improvement. All those who have so far participated in the Congress, and those attending the meetings in Copenhagen, will be harbouring the hope that the 13th Olympic Congress will leave a legacy that will help to perpetuate and strengthen the Olympic Movement, while enriching our society through the values it represents. The Olympic Movement must prepare itself, not for a revolution but for a necessary process of evolution. This process will perhaps ensure that society regards the Olympic Movement, whatever its merits and flaws, as a real and unchanging source of inspiration, as a driving force for irreversible good and, above all, as a body that genuinely encourages progress for the benefit of all humanity. ¦ By Patrice Cholley, Olympic Congress Coordinator Right Cartoonists from around the world have submitted cartoons to illustrate the themes of the 13th Olympic Congress Darío Castillejos Lázcares

OLYMPIC REVIEW39 OLYMPIC CONGRESS A thletes are the most important and recognisable symbols of, and advertisement for, the Olympic Movement. It is the feats achieved by the likes of Usain Bolt and Michael Phelps, as they strive to realise the Olympic motto " Citius, Altius, Fortius", which more than anything else, inspire people of all ages - but youngsters in particular - to take an interest in the Movement, as well as the first steps to participating in sport and seeking a healthier, more active lifestyle. As IOC President Jacques Rogge has stated, athletes are at the centre of the Olympic Movement. " Athletes are our ' raison d'être' - from meeting their training needs to ensuring perfect playing fields and smoothly- run Games, and helping them launchnew careers after they retire," he said at the 119th IOC Session in Guatemala City, two years ago. The relationship between ? THEME 1