The legacy of the European Games

EPA/SERGEY DOLZHENKO

The legacy of the European Games


If the author of the Olympic movement Pierre de Coubertin from France were alive today, he would probably be infinitely happy because his ideas in his native Europe are being materialized. Finally, as is the case with African, Asian and American games, Europe has continental games of its own. However, Coubertin could have never imagined that the games would not be held in Paris, London or Copenhagen, but in Baku, a city which displayed the most modern European standards.
The decision to hold th...


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