LA bidders want to give athletes a voice in bid to win games
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. — Athletes will have a voice in the bid by Los Angeles to win the 2024 Olympics and host the games a third time.
The bid committee said Tuesday it has recruited 53 American and international athletes who train in the U.S. to serve on a commission that will help personalize the Olympic experience for competitors if Los Angeles is chosen.
The group is a mix of retired and active athletes. Past Olympic stars include Nadia Comaneci, Janet Evans, Michelle Kwan, Carl Lewis, Greg Louganis and Apolo Ohno.
Among those trying to compete at this summer's Rio Games are Allyson... read more
- 02:28 Brewers' broadcaster Bob Uecker survives venomous spider bite,...
- 00:30 Allegations from women in his past shadow Trump
- 00:30 GOP senators criticize Trump for congratulating Putin on win
- 00:30 Tariffs on steel, aluminum set off scramble for exemptions
- 23:27 Hamilton baseball walks off to complete rally over Desert Vista
- 23:18 Detroit Red Wings stop losing skid, top Philadelphia Flyers 5-4 in SO
- 21:35 Brazil to vaccinate entire country against yellow fever
- 20:45 Lupe Valdez touts Dan Patrick in fundraising for Dem gubernatorial...
- 20:44 Bickley: Time for NCAA Tournament to expand the brackets
- 19:57 Hospital cited over woman left in cold in hospital gown