The First Olympic Hurdle Should Be Voter Support
Last weekend, the German city-state of Hamburg joined a distinguished club of "Nolympians," voting by 52 percent against seeking to host the 2024 Olympics. Perhaps making such votes obligatory for all bidding cities could be the first step toward restoring the tattered reputation of global sporting events.
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