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IOC Special: Olympic Top Trumps

The race for the most influential job in sport is almost over. In a matter of hours, six candidates will find out who will be the new president of the Olympic Movement.

Eagerly awaiting the outcome of this afternoon’s vote in Buenos Aires are IOC (International Olympic Committee) Members Ser Miang Ng, C K Wu, Richard Carrion, Denis Oswald, Sergey Bubka and Thomas Bach.

Follow @SportBusiness on Twitter in order to find out the winner as soon as it happens. In the meantime, click on the story below for an in-depth analysis of each candidate and their strengths and weaknesses.

Olympic Top Trumps – http://bit.ly/15MlHE1

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