Olympics Argumentative Analysis

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Olympics take place every two years. People think the Olympics should be in the same place every other year, but will this really even help other countries with the Olympics. Olympics can cost over 20 billion dollars for countries to put them on. Last year Brazil had to put on the big show of the Olympics and because of this they almost went broke. People regret picking Brazil because they soon realized after that they couldn't handle the costs. People think the Olympics should still be all around the world because it would diminish the “world sport” factor, but people will still have to travel all over the world to come and see the Olympics. Over all, should the Olympics even be in one place, yes because it would help countries save a lot …show more content…
The author states that, “the 2008 games in Beijing cost more than 42 billion…” (Tribune News Service, page 1). This tells us that just one of the games costs that much! It the world would have it in one place we could cut the cost in half. To end, if the world has Olympics in one place then it would be way cheaper. The author also states that “we are in the moment in the world where we need to be reasonable with the way money we spend money…” (Tribune News Service, page 2). Lastly, This quote tells us that many people are worrying about how we spend our money and next time maybe we shouldn't just spend whatever when there are families out there who are …show more content…
Although, research has shown Olympics in one place would benefit a lot, but this could change a lot of peoples opinions about the Olympics. Even though some people think it would make the Olympics not a “world sport” but they are wrong because people will still have to travel everywhere and to go ee the Olympics and be in it. In conclusion, the Olympics should be in one place because its cheaper and the stadiums won’t go to waste. Even though some other people think otherwise about the

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