L.A. Increases Efforts For '24 Games Bid Report Shows Boston Could Feasibly Host Olympics U.S. Bid City For '24 Games Expected By Year's End Bach Ecstatic With Sochi Games Closing Ceremony Showcases Russian Pride NBC Flat With Turin Heading Into Sunday USOC Happy With Performance At Sochi More Extreme Sports Coming To Olympics? NHL Owners, Players Butt Heads On Olympics Rio Now On The Clock For '16 Games
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Published February 24, 1998
MORE REAX FROM NAGANO: In Toronto, Al Strachan: "The people who ran this Olympics did so with a degree of gentility, civility and politeness that absolutely astonished Olympic veterans" (TORONTO SUN, 2/24). In San Jose, Ann Killion: "Japan restored dignity to the Games. The corporate sponsors were here but low-key" (MERCURY NEWS, 2/24). In Boston, Bob Ryan: "The Nagano Olympics worked for everyone. ... The Olympics are the Olympics are the Olympics, and if American TV can't get a proper handle on it, the fault lies within itself, not the event it is trying to cover" (BOSTON GLOBE, 2/24). A SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS-NEWS editorial: "The Olympics have become an overly commercial, overly professional and overly political event, but they still have their moments" (EXPRESS-NEWS, 2/24).