Going back a few years, the Olympics was purely for AMATEUR SPORTS, many of which had little or no other international championships. This has gradually been eroded, partly by athletes being "enlisted" as service personnel/employed by the state by certain countries, partly by the media and big business into the farcical juggernaut we now have.
Many non sports have found their way in too, if you can't measure the event by time, height, weight, points/goals or distance then it ain't a real sport, if it requires "judging" for the points it ain't a sport, points/scores are OK for games like tennis, badminton etc, but not synchronised swimming, ice dancing etc. If it requires an animal other than a human being it don't count the one who can afford the best animal usually wins- so no equestrian events - sorry, it's not human endeavour.
Should team games be allowed or should it all be individual action?
Do we need so many different swimming strokes, we don't have running backwards, running on your hands or hopping races!
How long before Formula one gets in?