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Jul 05, 2019
Legendary athletes Alexander Popov, Sergey Bubka deny taking bribes for backing Rio's Olympic bidSergio Cabral, a former governor of Rio de Janeiro, said at a court in Brazil that Popov as well as Bubka received bribes in exchange for supporting the city as host to the 2016 Olympic Games.
Dec 07, 2017
Investigators find signs of corruption in Rio Olympics bid after emergence of scandalsEric Walther Maleson, a former Brazilian IOC member, pointed towards Carlos Nuzman, president of the Brazilian Olympic Committee (COB) and leader of the Rio bid, saying that bribes had been paid to secure the Olympic Grail.
Oct 20, 2017
Tainted Rio Olympics chief Carlos Nuzman conditionally freed from jail; awaits verdict on vote-buying scandalBrazilian judges on Thursday conditionally released from jail Carlos Nuzman, who is charged with corruption in an alleged vote-buying scandal to secure the 2016 games.
Oct 05, 2017
Rio Olympic committee chairman arrested on corruption and money laundering charges, says policeThe Rio Olympic games were credited with being a sporting success, but revelations of massive corruption during the preparations and in the naming of the host city have tarnished the legacy
Sep 06, 2017
Rio Olympics chief lynchpin behind plot to bribe IOC during Games bid, allege Brazilian police officialsBrazilian officials said that the country's Olympics chief was the "lynchpin" in a plot to bribe the International Olympic Committee into awarding Rio de Janeiro the 2016 Games
Dec 06, 2016
World Cup 2014: Officials admit 'cartel' of companies fixed stadium contract bidsA construction firm has admitted that a "cartel" of firms fixed bidding for contracts to do work on stadiums for the 2014 football World Cup, Brazilian authorities said Monday.
Aug 24, 2016
Olympics 2016 came at a high price for Rio de Janeiro, an enchanting city of jarring inequalityRio remains a city of jarring inequality, a muggy kettle of friction, yet among both nature and inhabitants with curves of enchanting sensuality. Rio’s State government is bankrupt. Public services - hospitals, universities, schools and the police - are in short supply. The unemployment rate is searing. The political elite lobbied for the Olympic Games, not Rio’s ordinary citizens. At $11.5 billion, Rio 2016 came at too high a price for the city.