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Published September 8, 2013
Tripp Mickle is on the ground in Buenos Aires reporting and tweeting from the IOC meetings. Look for continued posts from him on our On The Ground blog. Other items include:
Decision Analysis: The competition to host the '20 Games wasn’t a beauty contest. It was a contest to see which candidate city could best conceal its blemishes. Tokyo won that battle, with ease. “The other two were just too risky,” IOC member Dennis Oswald said of Istanbul and Madrid after the vote.
IOC presidential candidate Richard Carrion taps into James Carville's election knowledge.