Rio's Olympic game legacy lives on

It is exactly one year since the Olympic Games in Rio De Janeiro.

    It is exactly one year since the Olympic Games in Rio De Janeiro.

    Before the games, critics had said the facilities would not be ready and that crime and Zika would be a problem.

    Few of those predictions came true, but the legacy of the games continues.

    Al Jazeera's Daniel Schweimler reports from Rio de Janeiro.


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