Bill Hanway

AECOM

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Global sports leader Bill Hanway is executive vice president of AECOM.

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It's now down to two cities,  Los Angeles  and Paris, competing to host the 2024 Summer Olympics. A final decision is coming in September.

Olympics officials to visit Los Angeles

It's now down to two cities, Los Angeles and Paris, competing to host the 2024 Summer Olympics. A final decision is coming in September.

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With days left before the 2016 Summer Olympics kick off, the city of Rio de Janeiro is in a last-minute scramble.

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With days left before the 2016 Summer Olympics kick off, the city of Rio de Janeiro is in a last-minute scramble.

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