Colette Lauren Sisofo
Colette joined The Centre for Olympic Studies and Research as a PhD Researcher in July 2015 after being awarded a fully-funded studentship. She achieved a BSc in Health and Sports Studies from Miami University, United States in 2009 and MSc (Distinction) in Sport Management from Loughborough University in 2014. She was the Sue Glyptis Award Winner 2014 for having the best research profile in Sport Management at Loughborough University
Her sporting accomplishments include being a Team USA member from 2007-2009, being World Silver Medallist in Synchronized Skating 2007 and the United States National Champion in Synchronized Skating 2009.
The Integrity of Sport and the Hosting of the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games
Working in collaboration with the University of Tsukuba and Japanese Sports Council, Colette is addressing the concepts associated with sporting integrity (including sporting governance, Olympic values and education, match fixing and corruption) and the policy initiatives which seek to promote positive elements of integrity or tackle aspects of integrity failure. Colette's work focuses on the extent to which Olympic preparations have been employed to leverage enhancement of integrity and enhancement of governance in the Japanese Olympic system in the preparation period for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, and to consider risk factors in preparation for, and provision of the 2020 Games.