The Olympic infrastructures, abandoned after the Games? A myth, claims the CIO

They are called the “white elephants” and they haunt the Olympic imagination. It is these flashy infrastructures during the Games, then abandoned, dilapidated, sometimes colonized by vegetation. They frighten public authorities in regions likely to host the event. They occupy a place of choice in the argument of the opponents. And, according to the International Olympic Committee, they are not that numerous.

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