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Future Olympics Could Be In Question As Increasing Costs Scare Off Bidding Cities

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 05 / 24 / 17

The IOC "runs the risk of endangering the future of the Olympic movement" as costs associated with hosting the Games "spiral and the trail of waste grows longer and wider," according to Nancy Armour of USA TODAY. Unless the "rampant spending is reined in, the IOC will find within a decade that ...

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