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Olympic champion Edwin Moses on covid-19, race and trans athletes | The Economist Podcasts

The coronavirus pandemic has derailed the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, but that’s not the only problem facing world sport. The Economist Asks podcast spoke to Edwin Moses, former hurdling gold medalist, about doping, race relations and the inclusion of transgender athletes in the Olympics.

Further reading:

Listen to the full podcast with Edwin Moses here: https://econ.st/2P8SrHp

Find The Economist’s most recent coverage of covid-19 here: https://econ.st/33cGoRH

Sign up to The Economist’s daily newsletter to keep up to date with our latest covid-19 coverage: https://econ.st/3f7N6ul

Read more about covid-19’s impact on sport: https://econ.st/2P8Qcno

Can sport survive the covid-19 pandemic without spectators? https://econ.st/3fckksK

Why the Olympics should include e-sports: https://econ.st/2P6w4SH

Read more about the use of banned drugs in sport: https://econ.st/30h8SrD

Data: Doping violations at the Olympics since 1968: https://econ.st/2BM6QGq

The response to Russia’s state-sponsored doping: https://econ.st/39JOvpR

Read our leader on how to stop doping in sport: https://econ.st/2BGVhjC

How the pandemic has accelerated the growth of e-sports: https://econ.st/2P4Woge

Question timecodes

00:48 - The Olympic Games would have started this week if they weren’t postponed due to covid-19. Can you imagine how that feels for the athletes?
01:32 - The Japanese Olympic Organising Committee recently said unless coronavirus conditions improve a lot, the Tokyo Games won't be able to go ahead in 2021. What would be the impact on the sporting world?
02:04 - How did you prepare for your first Olympics, Montreal in 1976, and what took you there?
03:30 - There’s a long history of protest in sport, such as the black power salute in 1968. Do you think athletes should think carefully about if they protest, or is it really up to the individual to choose what they do?
04:46 - Can you ever or should you ever take politics out of sport?
06:19 - The NBA will have Black Lives Matter stencilled on the court for the new season, and women’s NBA will have the motto on their jerseys. How powerful do you feel these gestures are in actually bringing about change?
07:52 - Throughout your lifetime, how much do you think has actually changed in society in terms of racial equality?
10:07 - You went on to work with the US Anti-Doping Agency. There have been many doping scandals over the years. What are your concerns today?
11:16 - Is your argument that the West has largely dealt with its doping problem and Russia hasn't?
12:17 - In March the IOC said after the Tokyo Games it would rule on how sports organisations should deal with the inclusion of transgender, intersex and athletes whose biology might be seen as giving them some unfair advantage. What’s your view on this?
14:38 - What would it mean for sport to really face up to the issues around the inclusion transgender and intersex athletes? What would that entail?
15:51 - What are your tips for amateur athletes, or people who play sports, to improve?
The Economist : Question timecodes
00:48 - The Olympic Games would have started this week if they weren’t postponed due to covid-19. Can you imagine how that feels for the athletes?
01:32 - The Japanese Olympic Organising Committee recently said unless coronavirus conditions improve a lot, the Tokyo Games won't be able to go ahead in 2021. What would be the impact on the sporting world?
02:04 - How did you prepare for your first Olympics, Montreal in 1976, and what took you there?
03:30 - There’s a long history of protest in sport, such as the black power salute in 1968. Do you think athletes should think carefully about if they protest, or is it really up to the individual to choose what they do?
04:46 - Can you ever or should you ever take politics out of sport?
06:19 - The NBA will have Black Lives Matter stencilled on the court for the new season, and women’s NBA will have the motto on their jerseys. How powerful do you feel these gestures are in actually bringing about change?
07:52 - Throughout your lifetime, how much do you think has actually changed in society in terms of racial equality?
10:07 - You went on to work with the US Anti-Doping Agency. There have been many doping scandals over the years. What are your concerns today?
11:16 - Is your argument that the West has largely dealt with its doping problem and Russia hasn't?
12:17 - In March the IOC said after the Tokyo Games it would rule on how sports organisations should deal with the inclusion of transgender, intersex and athletes whose biology might be seen as giving them some unfair advantage. What’s your view on this?
14:38 - What would it mean for sport to really face up to the issues around the inclusion transgender and intersex athletes? What would that entail?
15:51 - What are your tips for amateur athletes, or people who play sports, to improve?
Colin Kao : Very interesting point of view!
MiL_BoT : run for president please.
arklowrockz : This is really rather amazing: I genuinely knew every single thing the the interviewer and Edwin were going to say before they actually said it.

It just goes to show what a video made by The Economist and 4 months of race-baiting repetitive linguistic programming can do to help your powers of clairvoyance....
Sweet Vuvuzela : Would you let your daughter compete with a man of same age in boxing or wrestling?
Draco lord : No man, pre-op or post-op should be allowed to compete in the Olympics or any other sporting event against women (as women). End of discussion.
Billybobjo crabb : I love how this interviewer gives him time to talk and express his views
Lara Picantovich : Más marxista no podia ser el tipo, para mi tendria que ser un vale todo con doping y esas cosas. El no quiere porque eso le daria oportunidad a mas gente.
A B : Sport organizers need viewers more than viewers need the Olympics.

Female sports are already less popular. I feel bad for woman for having to unfairly compete with transgenders. But if it becomes more prevalent, people will watch sports even less, maybe just a short while for the novelty of seeing hairy manly "women" destroy real women. But then everybody will realize how ridiculous that is and will just turn the TV off or just go back to watching male sports.

Sport organizations don't have the power, they just offer entertainment and need us to like it.
VooDoo : smart interview.......Dr. Moses, congrats..... also,u gave more info to thk about

Stockmarket v economy: the impact of covid-19 | The Economist

American stockmarkets have enjoyed a record-breaking streak, even though the country’s economy faces the deepest recession in living memory. Why is stockmarket performance so seemingly cut off from current events, and what does this tell us about how the economy works? Read more here: https://econ.st/2OUT5rH

Further reading:

Find The Economist’s most recent coverage of covid-19 here: https://econ.st/31E02VY

Sign up to The Economist’s daily newsletter to keep up to date with our latest covid-19 coverage: https://econ.st/3ghRh7W

Read our leader on America’s economy and its banks: https://econ.st/32KiZH2

What Wall Street’s results tell you about America’s economy: https://econ.st/32I1SFC

Americans need more guidance from the Fed: https://econ.st/3eS6DyX

Read about the economies that have started to bounce back: https://econ.st/2OM8fzA

Why stimulus policies must shift as economies start to recover: https://econ.st/3hnBSDB

Listen to our “Checks and Balance” podcast: will covid-19 change the politics of poverty in America? https://econ.st/3hoz4pD

Read about China’s stockmarket: https://econ.st/2Bmvygd

Read our article on the resilience of banks: https://econ.st/3hjG8E2
Shruti Vish : really complicated to understand....
Allan Thomas : Very informative. i have always advise anyone going into the financial market to seek professional guidance. working alone might make you lose alot of money
Maria Williams : I’m tired of stocks crashing time to swap to crypto currency
likira111 : I'm happy they touched on the tech firms. A lot of people have been mad that x company handled the pandemic well without considering it makes sense netflix would have grown.
Findyification : because the gov pour fuckton of money there
shravanth j : Which lead to increase in the prices of stocks
shravanth j : So due to increase in liquidity people invest in stocks
shravanth j : Moreover basic speculation or a capital gain happens if the price rises. Stock markets includes long term investment and most of them invest now as the price will be lowest and gain a higher return after 5 years from now.
shravanth j : Well Paul Samuelson said that stock markets move in tandem 9/10 times. Note- not always it indicates the economy.
Siddhartha Maitra : why the lady economist in this video not wearing a mask? At least this will make the viewers aware that COVID-19 is real and not a conspiracy theory.

China v America: who is in charge? | The Economist

Global leadership has been missing during the covid-19 pandemic. While President Trump has been pulling America out of global organisations like the WHO, China is seeking to increase its international influence, creating a shift in the world order. Read more here: https://econ.st/3eD5c7n

Read our special report about the United Nations here: https://econ.st/31WYjuI

Listen to the full podcast with Antonio Guterres here: https://econ.st/3e72WVz

Graphic detail: the world order is at risk of collapse: https://econ.st/2ChJLLo

Read our leader on whether China is winning geopolitically as a result of the covid-19 pandemic: https://econ.st/2ZNg4dx


Watch our film about China's oppression of Uighurs: https://econ.st/2CjG1ta

Listen to our podcast about the plight of Uighurs in China: https://econ.st/2DlY2Ye

Read our special report about how geopolitics and technology threaten America’s financial dominance: https://econ.st/31Y0TRs

How the dollar’s dominance masks China’s rise in finance: https://econ.st/3iK2bVQ

Technology Quarterly: Chinese technology is booming:https://econ.st/3iFArBS
Ivanko Natanael : 我不喜欢美国。美国真的很奇怪。美国现在也没有什么能力。中国是世界上最大的国家。现代中国是最强,最好的国家。中国的经济发展速度非常非常快。我喜欢中国,我爱中国。中国加油
Minecraft Cake : I’m Chinese but I was born on America and I live in America so I’m from America
Zeko Peko : No longer LOL LOL LOL LOL
你是妖怪 : The most basic human right is to live,so US???
JAGO : Please don’t refer to the US as “America”. America is a continent not a country!
Sunny Hill : Trump himself is a spy of China
Louie LI : Photos above are the worst ones they can find to attack China (they cannot find guns & shootings.)
Augusto Jose : AMERICA is NOT China's biggest problem. Eventually, war will break out in the disputed South China sea, between the USA and China. I believe soon afterward will follow China's biggest problem, the uprising of its own people against Beijing. The largest population in the world will rise up against the CCP in TIANANMEN Square.
HOTSTUDish : Go China
Xuanzi Wang : How objective can the media be!

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