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The Olympic Games were supposed to be the biggest thing in the world.
But now, the Games are becoming a laughingstock.
What started as a global competition of sporting talent is becoming a joke, as the Games have been eclipsed by a series of smaller, more focused events that have been far more popular with audiences.
For many people, the Olympics are still the pinnacle of sporting entertainment.
But what happened in Rio?
The Games were originally supposed to run for five days in the city of Rio de Janeiro.
But after months of protests, they were reduced to a single day in the centre of the city.
And now, many of the Olympics’ main venues are almost empty.
The BBC reports that in a bid to avoid another disaster, the IOC has decided to reduce the Games to two days and cut the number of teams to 32 from a planned 45.
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has also cut the medal haul from the Games from $5.8bn to $2.2bn.
The Olympics are the biggest sports event in the history of the world and they’re still the biggest event in history.
So what’s changed?
In a bid for fairness, the Olympic games were originally to be run on the same day.
But because of the protest movements in Brazil, they will be split into two days.
There are still some 20,000 spectators watching on television and many people will be watching the games on television, but not necessarily on television screens.
And because there will be fewer teams, the games will be run with less emphasis on individual sporting feats.
In the past, the biggest sporting events in the Games were the 100m hurdles, the 1500m hurdles and the 200m hurdles.
In Rio, the athletes will be able to compete for a total of 100 medals and the medals will be awarded in a randomised format.
So it is not quite as if the Games will be a showcase for all the world’s best athletes.
In fact, the only athletes who will be really competing in the Olympics this year will be the men’s basketball team, the men who will play in the volleyball team and the women’s swimming team.
But the men and women who are competing in Rio will still be able participate in other sports, including rugby and track and field.
So the Olympics will still provide a showcase event for people of all ages, including a lot of kids.
It is also possible to go to the Olympics without a ticket, but it is very difficult to get in.
The Rio Olympic Games will not be the first time a sporting event has been split into different events, as in the London Olympics.
There were also three separate Olympic events in London, in 1964, 1984 and 2000.
All three were contested on the very same day in a single city.
So this will be an unprecedented situation.
In order to avoid the same problem in future years, the International Olympic Committees (IPC) has decided not to offer a single medal for all Olympic sports.
And this is just one of the changes that are going to affect the Olympic Games.
Some of the Olympic events will be shortened and some of them will be expanded.
So in total, there will only be eight events in Rio.
So we could see the Games become more like the London Olympic Games, in which there were four events.
But that would mean that it would be a lot more boring and would only last a few days.
What about the Olympics in the US?
The Olympics in Rio de la Plata have already been shortened to just five days, but that will only go for one day in Rio’s city centre.
So if we were to see just the men in the men, there would be only three events, the women in the women, and the men running in the runners.
So those will be all the events that are in Rio in the future.
The Games in the United States are set to run at a much reduced pace than those in Rio because the Games’ governing body, the USOC, is looking to reduce costs.
The USOC has reduced the cost of the Games by $15.7m (£10.1m) from the previous year and is also looking to do away with a number of the event’s regulations, such as the requirement for a medal.
But while the US is not going to see any big changes, there are some big changes that will affect the Olympics.
Firstly, the Rio Games will run on a Saturday.
This will mean that in the summer, there won’t be a Saturday night in the Olympic Village.
So for example, the two men’s sprint races will not run on Sunday.
And if you want to see some of the other events, you can only watch on the TV screen during the first four hours of the games.
The men’s 200m final will also not run in the same venue, instead it will be held on the Olympic Stadium.
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