With dust settling from the decision to postpone the Olympics until next year, organizers now face an unprecedented challenge.
On three occasions in the past — all because of world wars — the Games have been canceled, but never before have they been shifted in this manner.
“If I had an hour to spare with you and you had the space to fill, I don’t think I could even begin to get across the enormity of this project,” World Athletics president Sebastian Coe, who headed the 2012 Olympics, told CNN’s Becky Anderson earlier this week.
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