So, there are five events pipelined for demonstration in time for the 2016 Olympics - Squash, Golf, Karate, Roller Sports and Sevens. Squash and Karate failed to get the two-thirds of votes required to be included in 2012, and will fight for a spot with Baseball and softball (which strikes me as a bit weird - why two distinct sports that look and play almost in the same way?). Squash seems a fair contender, but it's terrible on TV - I remember the state channels trying to broadcast tournaments around here, and all I saw were two guys with racquets swinging at air (the cameras were also rubbish, 'to). Roller sports are a bit underground (most speed skaters eventually follow to the Winter Olympic variations), but I'd love to see Rollerball in the Olympics. Gold Medal match with no time limit, penalties or substitutions and all that Karate would lead to too many Hollywood film jokes, and there's enough martial arts and fighting events as it is. Sevens look interesting - rugby is a huge sport, and unlike football, the UK team wouldn't be a problem - just field the British Lions (sans Ireland) and be done with it. Golf is a bit... I don't know. It's not one of those sports I see as Olympic, such as chess. Opinions. Any of those five should be included, or any others?