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Gallery: The fate of past Olympic venues

Published August 14, 2014 10:55 am
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Salt Lake City often is held up as the gold standard of Olympic host cities.

In fact, a columnist for The Chicago Tribune even wrote that Salt Lake City should be a regular host because of the continued use of the competition sites for the 2002 Games.

Every one of the venues used to host an Olympic competition in Utah continues to be used, from the Olympic Oval in Kearns to the ski jumps in Park City.

But that's not the case in every former Olympic host city. Here's a look at some past Olympic venues which continued to be used and those that seemingly have been forgotten.






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