John Nauright

Director, George Mason University's Academy of International Sport

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Director of the Academy of International Sport at George Mason University and author of The Long Run to Freedom: Sport, Cultures and Identities in South Africa

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With roughly a billion fans expected to watch on TV, the  World Cup  will be living up to its name. It's been held every four years since 1930, with two exceptions during World War II.

World Cup Preparations in South Africa

With roughly a billion fans expected to watch on TV, the World Cup will be living up to its name. It's been held every four years since 1930, with two exceptions during World War II.

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The  World Cup  has been held every four years since 1930, with two exceptions during World War II.

World Cup Preparations in South Africa

The World Cup has been held every four years since 1930, with two exceptions during World War II.

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