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IOC President Blames Boston For Failed Bid, Still Expects U.S. To Be In On '24 Games

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 29 / 15

The IOC has "laid the blame squarely on Boston" for its dropped attempt to land the '24 Games, claiming the city "failed to deliver on its promises," according to Karolos Grohmann of REUTERS. IOC President Thomas Bach said, "What we could see in a nutshell, what happened there is that Boston di...

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