The notion of “legacy” has been a big part of the Olympic movement over the years. It’s a catch-all phrase that refers to the International Olympic Committee’s oft-stated desire to leave a lasting and positive impact on the cities that spend billions to host its Summer and Winter Games. But recent reports suggest the IOC might be coming up short in Rio de Janeiro. Speaking at a public hearing in the city that hosted the 2016 Summer Olympics, a Brazilian federal prosecutor reported this week that many of the sparkling new venues from last August are now deserted and boarded up. “There was no planning,” Leandro Mitidieri was quoted as saying by the Associated Press. “There was no planning when
England's U-20s were probably feeling pretty good about themselves after a World Cup-opening 3-0 win over Argentina in South Korea, but the future Three Lions came crashing back to earth in sensational fashion on Tuesday. Fikayo Tomoro's second-half
Raymond James Stadium in Tampa hosted Super Bowl XLIII and could host LV after stadium troubles in Los Angeles.