Sports infrastructure, legacy and the paradox of the 1984 Olympic Games / Wayne Wilson

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Wilson, Wayne

By building very few new venues, the 1984 Los Angeles Olympic Games generated a $232.5 million surplus. Although observers rarely cite sports venues as a 1984 legacy, the Olympics resulted in the construction or improvement of nearly 100 sport facilities in Southern California in three decades following the Games. These sports spaces served more than 500,000 young people annually.

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