Atlanta's Olympic legacy 

When Atlanta was awarded the Olympics 22 years ago, it was forever changed. For better or worse is still being debated.

The entire city was on edge, brimming with anticipation. It was September 18, 1990, and thousands were crowded outside Underground Atlanta as six cities around the world listened to a broadcast from Tokyo to see which finalist had been awarded the…

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