Richard Deitsch

Sports Illustrated

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Writer for Sports Illustrated, he covers sports media

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With just 43 days until the  Winter Olympic Games  begin in Sochi, Russia, the city suffers frequent power outages and a major venue lies unfinished, with corruption plaguing the whole…

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Politics in First Place at the Sochi Olympics

With just 43 days until the Winter Olympic Games begin in Sochi, Russia, the city suffers frequent power outages and a major venue lies unfinished, with corruption plaguing the whole…

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