Rhodesia and the Olympic Games: representations of masculinity, war and Empire, 1965–1980

@article{Novak2015RhodesiaAT,
  title={Rhodesia and the Olympic Games: representations of masculinity, war and Empire, 1965–1980},
  author={Andrew Novak},
  journal={Sport in Society},
  year={2015},
  volume={18},
  pages={853 - 867}
}
White-settler-ruled Rhodesia faced isolation from international sporting competition after its unilateral declaration of independence in 1965, including from the Olympic Games. Sport reflected the qualities of white Rhodesian society, including its gendered and racialized norms. Rhodesia inherited its sporting ethic from Great Britain, and the British influence on Rhodesian sport remained indelible even as anti-British sentiment flared in the white community as Britain worked to exclude… Expand
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