Rio Olympics 2016: Corruption, white elephants only legacy as Brazil struggles to recover from Games hangover
The Rio de Janeiro Olympics was a world class party, but a year later, there's no end in sight to the painful hangover gripping Latin America's biggest country.
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The Olympics touch mostly the wealthy areas south and west of the city, where the real estate market was booming until a few years ago. Rio's northern favelas, the city's infamous slums, feel only a ripple, underscoring the vast gap between the rich and poor — the white, brown and black, in a divided city.
The race for the medal will take place across 32 venues in Rio de Janeiro, apart from five football co-host cities