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Martha Saavedra

activists to use the Olympics “as a trampoline to raise awareness” and trouble the colonizers (p. 111–2). These chapters emphasize indigenous rights, decoloniality, and control over historical narrative in anti-Olympic activism. In the final chapter of the book, Sykes connects this to homonationalism

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Jenessa Banwell, Gretchen Kerr and Ashley Stirling

, quidditch, ringette, rowing, rugby, (freestyle/cross country/alpine) skiing, skydiving, soccer, softball (fastpitch), speedskating, synchronized swimming, tennis, track and field, trampoline, triathlon, (beach/indoor) volleyball, wrestling Findings are presented across three main themes: 1) Characteristics

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Michelle Hayes, Kevin Filo, Caroline Riot and Andrea Geurin

Doubles Championships 1 1.89  Trampoline Gymnastics World Championships 2 3.77  Triathlon Grand Final 4 7.55  Winter Games (New Zealand) 3 5.66  Women’s Rugby World Cup 2 3.77  World Roller Games 1 1.89 Materials To obtain firsthand experiences from athletes, data were collected through an open