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Lucian, Lyor, Len fun Israeli athletes

USUAL SUSPECTS, UNUSUAL AGENDA: A first-of-its-kind fund was launched in London last week with the aim of raising funds to improve Israeli Olympic athletes' training conditions, in order to allow them to compete properly against athletes from all over the world, according to ynet.news (which bills itself as “Israel at your fingertips”). The fund is headed by Ynon Kreiz, the outgoing CEO of Endemol, which owns the rights to the Big Brother format, and the husband of a former Olympic rower. Among the “millionaires” who volunteered to donate to peel for the Israeli jocks are none other than Lucian Grainge and Lyor Cohen (referred to in the story as “Lior”). The fund was launched recently in a festive event at the home of “Jewish-Russian billionaire” Len Blavatnik in London. (7/20a)

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