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FS1Succesful elite sport policies: An international comparison. - V. De Bosscher et al. 

FS2PILLAR 1 – Money in – medals out!? - V. De Bosscher et al.

FS3Efficient nations are organized and structured better. - V. De Bosscher et al.

FS4: How does Brazil stack up? - V. De Bosscher et al. 

FS5How did the SPLISS 2.0 nations do in Rio? - V. De Bosscher et al.

FS6The 2018 Winter Games in Pyeongchang: How will the hosting nation, South Korea perform? - V. De Bosscher et al.

FS7Mapping the Potential Societal Impacts Triggered by Elite Sport. - J. De Rycke et al.

FS8Is prioritization of funding in elite sport effective? - V. De Bosscher et al.

FS9Policy transfer in elite sport development: the case of elite swimming in China. - T. Tan et al.

FS10Valuing elite sport success using the contingent valuation method. - H. Funahashi et al.

FS11Competitive balance and medal distributions at the summer Olympic Games 1992-2016. - J. Zheng et al.

FS12A panel data analysis of European Women's National Football Team Performance. - M. Valenti et al.

FS13Towards a system theoretical understanding of the parasport context. - J.M. Patatas et al.

FS14An investigation of sport policy factors and stakeholders influencing para athletes' career pathways. - J.M. Patatas et al.

FS15Stakeholders' perceptions of athletic career pathways in Paralympic sport. - J.M. Patatas et al.

FS16It's a long way to the top: Determinants of Developmental Pathways in Paralympic Sport. - J.M. Patatas et al.

FS17: Contextual factors influencing the elite sporting system: An 'open system' approach. - S. Jacobs et al.

FS18: Inter-organisational relationships between governmental stakeholders in South African elite sport.  - S. Jacobs et al.

FS19: Forecasting the Olympic medal distribution - A socioeconomic machine learning model. - Schlembach, Schmidt, Schreyer and Wunderlich