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Olympic Legacy: At What Cost? 奥运后的希腊


National pride, budding sports stars and fantastic facilities -we hear about the 'legacy' the Olympic Games will leave behind in London -but at what cost? Athens hosted the 2004 games, but the 'legacy' has left people angry. Sky's Greg Milam reports.



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【整理】Issue 121   ---- jeanneleaf

 

Four years on this is the Olympic legacy in Athens. Millions of pounds were spent on venues like the Beach Volleyball Center. Like many now, it's empty, locked up and its future uncertain.
 
Graffiti covers the outside of the gymnastics arena, what should have been a huge public park looks like this. And a venue built specially for taekwondo is deserted, nothing more than a backdrop for the local fishermen. And the Greek authorities would rather you didn't see it.
"No.No.NO."
And it is not just the security guards. No one from the Greek government or from the company that now runs these sites or even from the ruling party here in Greece wanted to speak to us on camera. And maybe it's not surprising because 10 of the 20 venues from 2004 are not used at all for anything. And many of the others like the main Olympic Stadium here are only used every now and then. This is the Olympic legacy here in Athens.
 
Try to visit the state-of-the-art Sailing Center and a fence blocks the way. The Greek people who paid for this can't see what they got for their money.
 
A man down there didn't want to appear on camera, but he said that what's happening to the facility like that one there was a terrible waste. He said it was wrong that the Greek public had paid for facilities like that but weren’t allowed to use them. In fact, he said he felt ashamed to be Greek.
 
Staphos Calliopsis was in the Olympic Kayak Squad in 2004. He, like most Greeks, is proud of the way the country staged the Games, but they worry about the long-term cost.
 
The cost was huge, I mean, like a billion Euro per day and Greece is a small country, already had the financing problem with, you know, the health system, with the educational system, as all know, even I think what’s worse was all this money spent.
 
Officially all these cost Greece 8 billion pounds, unofficially the bill might eventually reach 15 billion. The district of Hellenico is home to what was some of these showpiece venues. The neglect here angers Hellenico’s mayor.
 
Money, he says, seems more important than using venues for the public good.
 
The cost was very big and the result was not what it should have been. The venues have not been given to the local communities with very few exceptions.
 
The government agency that runs these venues is confident that it will eventually find people who want them. Politicians say that highlights a failure of planning.
 
 I don't think that the Greek people mind the bill, perhaps what they mind is that after the Olympics we did not use the Olympics as a springboard for the country. And the quarrel leads of the question "Was it worth it" is could we have done more to explore the Olympics afterwards and the answer is absolutely yes, we could have, in terms of using the facilities more, in terms of using the feeling that is great for a country.
 
 Everywhere people will remember 2004 this man told me, nowhere did it happen as it happened in Greece. National pride and some positives, the Athens transport network is now the envy of many countries. The Olympic Village, once temporary home to thousands of athletes is now short-term accommodation for the city's under-privileged. The country that gave the world the modern Olympics didn't get it all right in 2004. There is still time for London to learn the lessons.
 
Greg Milam Sky News, Athens.

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Four years on this is the Olympic legacy in Athens. Millions of pounds were spent on venues like the Beach Volleyball Center.Like many now, it's empty, locked up and its future uncertain.

 

// covers the outside of the gymnastics arena,what should have been a huge public park looks like this. And the venue built specially for // is deserted, nothing more than a back drop for the local fishermen. And the Greek authorities would rather you didn't see it.

 

And it is not just the security guards, no one from the Greek government of from the company that now runs these sites or even from the ruling paty here in Greece wanted to spit to us on camera. And maybe it's not surprising because 10 of the 20 venues from 2004 are not uses at all for anything.And many of the others like the main Olympic Stadium here are only used every now and then. This is the Olympic legacy here in Athens.

 

Try to visit the state of the Art Ceiling Center and the fence blocked us away.The Greek people who payed for this can't see what they got from their money.A man down there won't appear on camera but he said that what's happening to the facility like that one down there was a terrible waste, he said it was wrong that the Greek government had paid for facilities like that but won't allow to use them. In fact, he said he felf ashamed to be Greek.

 

// was in the Olympic// Square in 2004.He,like most Greeks, is proud of the way the country staged the Games, but they worried about the long-term cost.

 

The cost was huge like a billion Euro// and the// is more...already had the financial problems with, you know, with the //system, with the education system, and ..not to even think what it worth with all this money spent.

 

Offically all these cost Greece 8 billion pounds, unofficially the bill might eventually reach 15 billion. The district of // is home to what was some of these showpiece venues. The neglect here, angers,//mayor.

 

 Money,he says, seems more important then using venues for the public good. The cost was very big and the result was not what it should have been. The venues have not been given to the local communities with very few exeptions

 

The government agency that runs these venues is confident that it will eventually find people who want them.Politicians say that highlights of failure of planning.

 

 I don't think that the Greek people mind the bill, perhaps what they mind is that after the Olympics we do not use use the Olympics as a springboard for the country.And the / of the question "Was it worth it" is could we have done more to explore the Olympics afterwards and the answer is absolutely yes, we could have, in terms of using facilities more, in terms of using the feeling that is great for the country.

 

 Everywhere people will remember 2004 this/, nowhere did it happen,as it happened in Greece. National pride and some positives, the Athens transport network is now the envy of many countries. The Olympic Village, once temporary homes to thousands of atheletes is now short-term accomodation for the city's under-priviliged.The country that gave the world the modern Olympics didn't get it all right in 2004. There is still time for London to learn the lessons.

// News, Athens.

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Four years on,this is the olympic legecy,in athen. Millions of pounds have been spent on venues like beach volleyball center,like many now empty,locked out and future uncertain. Graphytee covers the outside of the gymastic ##. What should have been a huge public park,looks like this. And a venue built especially for taekwondo is desserted. Nothing more than a backdrop for the local fishermen. And the  greek authorities would rather you didn’t see it. And it’s Not just the security guards,no one from the greek government,nor from the companies now run this sights   or even the ruin party here on the greece wall     to us on the camera.. and maybe it’s not surprising because ten of the twenty venues from 2004 are not used at all for anything. And many of the others like the olympic stadium here are only used every  now and then. This is the olympic legacy here in athens. Try to visit the olympic state art sailing centerand the fence blocks the way. The greek people who pay for this can’t see what they got from their money. A man out there won’t appear on the camera but he says what happens on the facility like that one there was a   terrible waste. He said it was wrong that the greek public paid for facilities like that but was not allowed to use them. In fact he said he felt shamed to be greek.

## was in the olympic ## in 2004. he like most greeks is proud of the way the country stayed the games,but they worry about the long term cost.

The cost was huge,I mean,##   and there are some prombles, you know, ## systerm,educational systerm,even think whether it’s worh of all the money spent.

Officially all this cost greece 8billion pounds. Unofficially the bill might eventually reached 15billion.

The place of halanniko is the home to what were some of these show piece venues.the neglect here angers halaniko mad. Money he says seems more important than using venues for the public good.

The cost was very big and the result was not what it should have been. The venues have not been given to the local communities with very few exceptions. The government agency that runs these venues is confident that he will eventually found somepeople who want them. Politicians say that hightlights the failure of planing.

I don’t think that greek people mind the bill,perhapes what they mind is that afer the olympics we did not use the olympics as its principle for the country. And the ## question is worth it? could we have more to explore the olympic afterwards? And the answer to that is certainly yes,it could have. In terms of using the facilities more, in terms of using, the feelings of the grateful country

Everywhere people will remember 2004, this man tell me, nowhere  did it happen as it happened in greece. National pride and some positives: the athens’ transport systerm network is now the envy of many countries. The Olympic villiage,once temporary home to thousands of athlets is now short-term accomodation for city’s underprivileged. The country that gave the world the modern olympics didn't get it all right in 2004. There’s still time for london to learn a lessons. Greg milam of sky’s news,athens.

 

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Four years on, this is the Olympics legacy in Athens. Millions of pounds was spent in venues like the beach volleyball center. Like many now, it’s emptied, locked up and its future uncertain. ?? covers the outside of gymnastic serene. What should have been a huge public park looks like this. And the venue built specially for ?? is deserted, nothing more than a backdrop for the local fisherman. And the Greek authorities would rather “You didn’t see it.” And it’s not just the security guards. No one from the Greek government, or from the companies that now runs these sites, or even from the ruling party here want to speak on camera. And maybe it’s not surprising at all. Because ten of the twenty venues from 2004 are not used to talk for anything. And many the others like the main Olympics stadium here, only used every now and then. This is the Olympics legacy here in Athens. Try to visit the state of sailing center, and the fence blocks the way. The Greek people who pay for this can’t see what they have got from their money. The man ?? would not speak on camera, but he said that what’s happening. The facilities ?? was a terrible waste. He said it was wrong that the Greek public have paid for the facilities like that, but would not allow to use them. In fact, he said he felt ashamed to be Greek. Step off ??was??, He, like most Greeks, is proud of the way that country have staged the games. But they worry about the long-term costs. ‘The cost was huge, I mean, like?? really? financial problem, ?? heating system, education system. That’s we a;; know, even the ?? with all the money being spent.” Officially, all this cost ?? 8 billion pounds. Unofficially, the bill might have eventually reached 15 billion. The district of ?? is home to what was some of ?? show ??. the neglect have angers ?? mayor. Money, he said, seems more important than using venues for the public good. “The cost was very big, and the result was not what it should have been. The venues were not being given to the local communities with very few exceptions.” The government agency that runs these venues if confident that it will eventually find people who want them. Politicians say that highlights a failure of planning. “I don’t think that Greek people mind the bill. Perhaps what they mind is that after the Olympics, ?? as a print book for the country. And the ?? of the question was whether could we have done more to explore ?? after the Olympics. And the answer is absolutely yes. We could have, in terms of using facilities more, in terms of using the feelings that is great for the country. ” “Everywhere, people will remember in 2004,” this old man told me “nowhere did it happen, it happened in Greece .” National pride and some positives, the national transportation network is now the envy of many countries. The Olympic village, once temporally home to thousands of athletes is now short-term accommodation for the city’s under-privileged. The country that gave the world the modern Olympics didn’t get it all right in 2004. it’s still time for London to learn the lessons.

Grand Mile, Skynews, Athens.

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Four years on this is the Olympic legacy in Athens. Millions of pounds were spent on venues like the Beach Volleyball Center.Like many now, it's empty, locked up and its future uncertain.

 

// covers the outside of the gymnastics arena,what should have been a huge public park looks like this. And the venue built specially for taekwondo is deserted, nothing more than a backdrop for the local fishermen. And the Greek authorities would rather you didn't see it.

 

And it is not just the security guards, no one from the Greek government or from the company that now runs these sites or even from the ruling party here in Greece wanted to speak to us on camera. And maybe it's not surprising because 10 of the 20 venues from 2004 are not used at all for anything.And many of the others like the main Olympic Stadium here are only used every now and then. This is the Olympic legacy here in Athens.

 

Try to visit the state-of-the-art Sailing Center and the fence blocked us away.The Greek people who payed for this can't see what they got from their money.A man down there won't appear on camera but he said that what's happening to the facility like that one down there was a terrible waste, he said it was wrong that the Greek government had paid for facilities like that but won't allow to use them. In fact, he said he felf ashamed to be Greek.

 

// was in the Olympic// Square in 2004.He,like most Greeks, is proud of the way the country staged the Games, but they worried about the long-term cost.

 

The cost was huge, I mean, like a billion Euro// and for Greece country,is more...already had the financial problems with, you know, with the //system, with the education system, and ..not to even think what's worse is how all this money spent.

 

Offically all these cost Greece 8 billion pounds, unofficially the bill might eventually reach 15 billion. The district of // is home to what was some of these showpiece venues. The neglect here, angers,//mayor.

 

 Money,he says, seems more important then using venues for the public good. The cost was very big and the result was not what it should have been. The venues have not been given to the local communities with very few exceptions

 

The government agency that runs these venues is confident that it will eventually find people who want them.Politicians say that highlights of failure of planning.

 

 I don't think that the Greek people mind the bill, perhaps what they mind is that after the Olympics we do not use use the Olympics as a springboard for the country.And the / of the question "Was it worth it" is could we have done more to explore the Olympics afterwards and the answer is absolutely yes, we could have, in terms of using facilities more, in terms of using the feeling that is great for the country.

 

 Everywhere people will remember 2004 this man told me, nowhere did it happen,as it happened in Greece. National pride and some positives, the Athens transport network is now the envy of many countries. The Olympic Village, once temporary homes to thousands of atheletes is now short-term accomodation for the city's under-priviliged.The country that gave the world the modern Olympics didn't get it all right in 2004. There is still time for London to learn the lessons.

//Skynews Athens.

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Four years on, this is the Olympic legacy in Athens.Millions of pounds were sent to the venus of Beach Valleyball Center.Like many now,it's empty,locked up and it's future uncertain .*covers the outsids of the gymnastic arena,what should have been a huge public park looks like this.And the venue built specially could * is deserted,nothing more than a back drop for the local fishmen.And the Greek authorities would rather you didn't see it.And it is not just the security guards,no one from the Greek government ....................................

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Four years on this is the Olympic legacy in Athens. Millions of pounds were spent on venues like the Beach Volleyball Center. Like many now, it's empty, locked up and its future are uncertain.

 

Graffiti covers the outside of the gymnastics arena,what should have been a huge public park looks like this. And the venue built specially for taekwondo is deserted, nothing more than a backdrop for the local fishermen. And the Greek authorities would rather you didn't see it.

 

And it is not just the security guards; no one from the Greek government or from the company that now runs these sites or even from the ruling party here in Greece wanted to speak to us on camera. And maybe it's not surprising because 10 of the 20 venues from 2004 are not used at all for anything. And many of the others like the main Olympic Stadium here are only used every now and then. This is the Olympic legacy here in Athens.

 

Try to visit the state-of-the-art Sailing Center and the fence blocks the way. The Greek people who paid for this can't see what they got from their money. A man down there won't appear on camera but he said that what's happening to the facility like that one down there was a terrible waste, he said it was wrong that the Greek government had paid for facilities like that but won't allow to use them. In fact, he said he felt ashamed to be Greek.

 

// was in the Olympic kayak Square in 2004.He,like most Greeks, is proud of the way the country staged the Games, but they worried about the long-term cost.

 

The cost was huge, I mean, like a billion Euro a day and for Greece country,is more...already had the financial problems with, you know, with the //system, with the education system, and ..not to even think what's worse is how all this money spent.

 

Officially all these cost Greece 8 billion pounds, unofficially the bill might eventually reach 15 billion. The district of // is home to what was some of these showpiece venues. The neglect here, angers,//mayor.

 

 Money,he says, seems more important then use in venues for the public good. The cost was very big and the result was not what it should have been. The venues have not been given to the local communities with very few exceptions.

 

The government agency that runs these venues is confident that it will eventually find people who want them.Politicians say that highlights of failure of planning.

 

 I don't think that the Greek people mind the bill, perhaps what they mind is that after the Olympics we did not use use the Olympics as a springboard for the country. And the core of the question "Was it worth it" is could we have done more to explore the Olympics afterwards and the answer is absolutely yes, we could have, in terms of using facilities more, in terms of using the feeling that is great for the country.

 

 Everywhere people will remember 2004 this man told me, nowhere did it happen,as it happened in Greece. National pride and some positives, the Athens transport network is now the envy of many countries. The Olympic Village, once temporary homes to thousands of athletes is now short-term accommodation for the city's under-priviliged.The country that gave the world the modern Olympics didn't get it all right in 2004. There is still time for London to learn the lessons.


//Skynews,  Athens.

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Four years on this is the Olympic legacy in Athens. Millions of pounds were spent on venues like the Beach Volleyball Center. Like many now, it's empty, locked up and its future are(并无此词) uncertain.

 

Girffitty covers the outside of the gymnastics arena, what should have been a huge public park looks like this. And the venue built specially for taekwondo is deserted, nothing more than a backdrop for the local fishermen. And the Greek authorities would rather you didn't see it.

 

And it is not just the security guards. No one from the Greek government or from the company that now runs these sites or even from the ruling party here in Greece wanted to speak to us on camera. And maybe it's not surprising because 10 of the 20 venues from 2004 are not used at all for anything. And many of the others like the main Olympic Stadium here are only used every now and then. This is the Olympic legacy here in Athens.

 

Try to visit the state-of-the-art Sailing Center and the fence blocks us away. The Greek people who paid for this can't see what they got from their money.

 

A man down there won't appear on camera but he said that what's happening to the facility like that one down there was a terrible waste, he said it was wrong that the Greek government had paid for facilities like that but won't allow to use them. In fact, he said he felt ashamed to be Greek.

 

// was in the Olympic kayak Square in 2004.He like most Greeks, is proud of the way the country staged the Games, but they worried about the long-term cost.

 

The cost was huge, I mean, like a billion Euro-dollars a day and for Greece country, is more...already had the financial problems with, you know, with the //system, with the education system, and ..not to even think what's worse is how all this money spent.

 

Officially all these cost Greece 8 billion pounds, unofficially the bill might eventually reach 15 billion. The district of Hellenicos is home to what was some of these showpiece venues. The neglect here, angers Hellenico’s mayor.

 

 Money, he says, seems more important then use in venues for the public good.

 

The cost was very big and the result was not what it should have been. The venues have not been given to the local communities with very few exceptions

 

The government agency that runs these venues is confident that it will eventually find people who want them. Politicians say that highlights of failure of planning.

 

 I don't think that the Greek people mind the bill, perhaps what they mind is that after the Olympics we do not use the Olympics as a springboard for the country. And the core laurel of the question "Was it worth it" is could we have done more to explore the Olympics afterwards and the answer is absolutely yes, we could have, in terms of using facilities more, in terms of using the feeling that is great for the country.

 

 Everywhere people will remember 2004 this man told me, nowhere did it happen as it happened in Greece. National pride and some positives, the Athens transport network is now the envy of many countries. The Olympic Village, once temporary home to thousands of athletes is now short-term accommodation for the city's under-privileged. The country that gave the world the modern Olympics didn't get it all right in 2004. There is still time for London to learn the lessons.

 

Gragg-Myelin Skynews, Athens

 

 

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Four years on this is the Olypic legacy in Athens. Millions of pounds were spend on the venues like the Olympic Centre like many is now empty, locked up ,and its future on sale. * cover the outside of gymnastic *. What should have been a huge public park looks like this . And the venue built specially for Tai Quan Do is deserted.Nothing more than a bad job for the local fishermen.And the Greek authorities would rather you didn’t see.

“No,no,no.”

And it was not just security guards.No one * .The Greek government* *.The company now run this sight ****ruined party here in Greece want to speek to this on camera.And maybe this is not surprising,because 10 of the 20 venues from 2004 are not used at all for anything.And maybe the others like the Olympic staduim here only is used now and then.This is the Olympic legacy here in Athens.

Try to visit the state ot art of the sailing center and the fence locked away. The Greek people who paid for these cann’t see what they got from their money.

The man * appear on camera but he said,”What’s happenning of the facility on there was a terrible waste .” He said it was wrong that the Greece public to pay for the facility like that.It wasn’t allowed to use them. In fact, he said it was shame to be a Greek.

** was in the Olympic * square in 2004.He likes most the Greeks.He likes the way his country sustained the game,but they worry about the long term cost.

******************

Officially all these cost Greece 8 billion pounds. Unofficially the bill might eventually reach 50 billion.The distric in * is home to ***theses venues neglected here ******. Money said it seems more important for the public good.

“The cost was very big, but the result is not what it should be.The venues’re not given to the local communistes with very few acceptions.”

The government takes these * venues confident that it will eventually find people who want them.Politicians say that highlights of failure of planet.”I don’t think the Greek people mind the bill.Perhaps what they mind is that after the Olympics we don’t use the Olympics as the stream ports for the country.And the corer question was worthy is could we have them more to explode the Olympics afterwards.And the answers absolutely said ‘Yes,we could have.’And ** facilities more and ** ** the grateful country.”

Evrey people would remember 2004,these man told me,nowhere did it happen as it happened in Greece.National pride and some positives, the Athens transport net work is now the envy of many countries.The Olympic village was once temporary home to thousands of athletes is now the short term accommodation for the cities on the privilege.The country that gave the world the morden Olympics didn’t get it all right to 2004.It is still time for London to learn the lessons.

Greg milam ,Sky News,Athens

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Four years on this is the Olympic legacy in Athens. Millions of pounds were spent on venues like the Beach Volleyball Center. Like many now, it's empty, locked up and its future uncertain.

 

Graffiti covers the outside of the gymnastics arena, what should have been a huge public park looks like this. And the venue built specially for taekwondo is deserted, nothing more than a backdrop for the local fishermen. And the Greek authorities would rather you didn't see it.

 

And it is not just the security guards. No one from the Greek government or from the company that now runs these sites or even from the ruling party here in Greece wanted to speak to us on camera. And maybe it's not surprising because 10 of the 20 venues from 2004 are not used at all for anything. And many of the others like the main Olympic Stadium here are only used every now and then. This is the Olympic legacy here in Athens.

 

Try to visit the state-of-the-art Sailing Center and the fence blocks us away. The Greek people who paid for this can't see what they got from their money.

 

A man down there didn't want to  appear on camera ,but he said that what's happening to the facility like that one down there was a terrible waste, he said it was wrong that the Greek government had paid for facilities like that but won't allow to use them. In fact, he said he felt ashamed to be Greek.

 

****was in the Olympic Kayak Square in 2004.He like most Greeks, is proud of the way the country staged the Games, but they worried about the long-term cost.

 

The cost was huge, I mean, like a billion Euro-dollars a day and for Greece country, is more...already had the financial problems with, you know, / / health system, / / education system, and ..not to even think what's worse is how all this money spent.

 

Officially all these cost Greece 8 billion pounds, unofficially the bill might eventually reach 15 billion. The district of Hellenico is home to what was some of these showpiece venues. The neglect here/ angers Hellenico’s mayor.

 

 Money, he says, seems more important than using venues for the public good.

 

The cost was very big and the result was not what it should have been. The venues have not been given to the local communities with very few exceptions

 

The government agency that runs these venues is confident that it will eventually find people who want them. Politicians say that highlights of failure of planning.

 

 I don't think that the Greek people mind the bill, perhaps what they mind is that after the Olympics we do not use the Olympics as a springboard for the country. And the core laurel of the question "Was it worth it" is could we have done more to explore the Olympics afterwards and the answer is absolutely yes, we could have, in terms of using the facilities more, in terms of using the feeling that is great for the country.

 

 Everywhere people will remember 2004 this man told me, nowhere did it happen as it happened in Greece. National pride and some positives, the Athens transport network is now the envy of many countries. The Olympic Village, once temporary home to thousands of athletes is now short-term accommodation for the city's under-privileged. The country that gave the world the modern Olympics didn't get it all right in 2004. There is still time for London to learn the lessons.

 

Greg Milam Skynews, Athens(^_^)

 

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Four years on this is the Olympic legacy in Athens. Millions of pounds were spent on venues like the Beach Volleyball Center. Like many now, it's empty, locked up and its future uncertain.

 

Graffiti covers the outside of the gymnastics arena, what should have been a huge public park looks like this. And a venue built specially for taekwondo is deserted, nothing more than a backdrop for the local fishermen. And the Greek authorities would rather you didn't see it.

 

And it is not just the security guards. No one from the Greek government or from the company that now runs these sites or even from the ruling party here in Greece wanted to speak to us on camera. And maybe it's not surprising because 10 of the 20 venues from 2004 are not used at all for anything. And many of the others like the main Olympic Stadium here are only used every now and then. This is the Olympic legacy here in Athens.

 

Try to visit the state-of-the-art Sailing Center and the fence blocks / the way. The Greek people who paid for this can't see what they got for their money.

 

A man down there didn't want to appear on camera, but he said that what's happening to the facility like that one / there was a terrible waste, he said it was wrong that the Greek public had paid for facilities like that but won't allow to use them. In fact, he said he felt ashamed to be Greek.

 

Staph* Calliopsis was in the Olympic Kayak Squad in 2004.He, like most Greeks, is proud of the way the country staged the Games, but they worry about the long-term cost.

 

The cost was huge, I mean, like a billion Euro-dollars a day and for Greece country, is more * already had the financial problem/ with, you know, the health system, with education system, and not / even I think what's worse is / all this money spent.

 

Officially all these cost Greece 8 billion pounds, unofficially the bill might eventually reach 15 billion. The district of Hellenico is home to what was some of the/ showpiece venues. The neglect here/ angers Hellenico’s mayor.

 

Money, he says, seems more important than using venues for the public good.

 

The cost was very big and the result was not what it should have been. The venues have not been given to the local communities with very few exceptions.

 

The government agency that runs these venues is confident that it will eventually find people who want them. Politicians say that highlights a failure of planning.

 

 I don't think that the Greek people mind the bill, perhaps what they mind is that after the Olympics we did not use the Olympics as a springboard for the country. And the core laurel to the question "Was it worth it" is could we have done more to explore the Olympics afterwards and the answer is absolutely yes, we could have, in terms of using the facilities more, in terms of using the feeling that is great for our country.

 

 Everywhere people will remember 2004 this man told me, nowhere did it happen as it happened in Greece. National pride and some positives, the Athens transport network is now the envy of many countries. The Olympic Village, once temporary home to thousands of athletes is now short-term accommodation for the city's under-privileged. The country that gave the world the modern Olympics didn't get it all right in 2004. There is still time for London to learn the lessons.

 

Greg Milam Sky News, Athens.

 

 

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水平就这样差,我反正不怕丢脸,就这水平,已经不抱什么希望了,NND。

Four years on this is the Olympic legacy in Athens,millions of pounds was spent on venues like the beach volleyball center,like many now,it's empty,locked up,and it's future uncertain.X outside the gymnastic serenda,what should have been a huge public park looks like this,and the venue builds especially for Taikuandao is deserted ,nothing more than a backdrop for the local fishermen,

 

 

and the Greek authorities would rather you didn't see it,and he is not just the security guards,no one form Greek government or from the companies now run these sides riving from the ruling politian here in Greeks wants to speak to it's own camara,and maybe it's not surprising,because tens of the twenty venues from 2004 are not used at all for anything,and many the others like the Olynpic statue here only used now and then. This is the Olympic legacy here in Athens.

 

 

 Try to visit the state of art sailing center,and fends blocks the way,the Greek people who paid for this can't see what they go for there money.Amanda wants to say on camare,but he said what's happening the facility looking like one there was a terrible waste,he said it was wrong ,the Greek public pay for facilities like that but wasn't allowed to use them.In fact ,he said,he felt ashamed to be greek.

 

 X X was in the Olympic squares in the 2004 ,he liked most greeks,he is proud the way the country stage the games ,but they are worried about the long term cost. The cost was huge ,I mean,like a Offically owed this cost Greek's 8 billion pounds,on the offically the bill might eventually reach 15 billion,the district X is home to what was some X 's venues,they neglect here,angers,man.

 

money they says more important than using venues for the public good. The cost was very big and the result was not what they'd have been,the venues are not should be given to local communities with very few reciptions. The government agency that runs these venues are confident that it will eventually finds people who want them.Politicians say that highlight are the failures of planning.

 

 I don't think that Greek people mind the bill,and perhaps what they mind is that,after the Olympics would not use the Olympic as a springboards for the country,and the core of the question is worth it,is could we have done more to explode it after the Olympic atheletes,and the answer is absolutely yes,we could have,in terms of using facilities more,in terms of using the feeling that greeks for country.

 

Everywhere people will remember 2004 ,this man told me no way did it happen as it happened in greece. National pride and some positives,the Athens' transport net work is now the end of many countries,the Olympic villege once temporary home to thousands atheletes now short term of accomadations for the city's under privileged,the country gave the world the modern Olympics didn't get it all right in 2004,there's still time for London to learn the lessons. Greg Milam Sky News, Athens

 

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Four years on this is the Olympic legacy in Athens. Millions of pounds were spent on venues like the Beach Volleyball Center. Like many now, it's empty, locked up and its future uncertain.

 

Graffiti covers the outside of the gymnastics arena, what should have been a huge public park looks like this. And a venue built specially for taekwondo is deserted, nothing more than a backdrop for the local fishermen. And the Greek authorities would rather you didn't see it.

"Go. No."

And it is not just the security guards. No one from the Greek government or from the company that now runs these sites or even from the ruling party here in Greece wanted to speak to us on camera. And maybe it's not surprising because 10 of the 20 venues from 2004 are not used at all for anything. And many of the others like the main Olympic Stadium here are only used every now and then. This is the Olympic legacy here in Athens.

 

Try to visit the state-of-the-art Sailing Center and the fence blocks / the way. The Greek people who paid for this can't see what they got for their money.

 

A man down there didn't want to appear on camera, but he said that what's happening to the facility like that one / there was a terrible waste, he said it was wrong that the Greek public had paid for facilities like that but wasn't allowed to use them. In fact, he said he felt ashamed to be Greek.

 

Staph* Calliopsis was in the Olympic Kayak Squad in 2004.He, like most Greeks, is proud of the way the country staged the Games, but they worry about the long-term cost.

 

The cost was huge, I mean, like a billion Euro / per day and / Greece is one country, / / already had the financial problem/ with, you know, the health system, with education system, / as all knows, even I think what's worse is / all this money spent.

 

Officially all these cost Greece 8 billion pounds, unofficially the bill might eventually reach 15 billion. The district of Hellenico is home to what was some of the/ showpiece venues. The neglect here/ angers Hellenico’s mayor.

 

Money, he says, seems more important than using venues for the public good.

 

The cost was very big and the result was not what it should have been. The venues have not been given to the local communities with very few exceptions.

 

The government agency that runs these venues is confident that it will eventually find people who want them. Politicians say that highlights a failure of planning.

 

 I don't think that the Greek people mind the bill, perhaps what they mind is that after the Olympics we did not use the Olympics as a springboard for the country. And the core/ of the question "Was it worth it" is could we have done more to explore the Olympics afterwards and the answer is absolutely yes, we could have, in terms of using the facilities more, in terms of using the feeling that is great for a country.

 

 Everywhere people will remember 2004 this man told me, nowhere did it happen as it happened in Greece. National pride and some positives, the Athens transport network is now the envy of many countries. The Olympic Village, once temporary home to thousands of athletes is now short-term accommodation for the city's under-privileged. The country that gave the world the modern Olympics didn't get it all right in 2004. There is still time for London to learn the lessons.

 

Greg Milam Sky News, Athens.

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Olympic legacy

 

4 years on, this is the Olympic legacy in Athens. Millions of pounds were spent on the venues like the beach volleyball center. Like many now, it is empty, locked up and its future uncertain. Graffiti covers the outside gymnastics arena. What should have been the huge public park, looks like this. And the venue built specially for taekwondo is deserted. Nothing more than the backdrop for the local fish man. And the Greek authorities would rather you did not see it.

 

And it is not just security guards. No one from the Greek government or from the company that now runs these sites even from the ruling party here in Creece wants to speak on the camera. And maybe it is not surprising because ten of the twenty venues from 2004 are not used at all for anything. And many of the others like the Olympic stadium here are only used every now and then. This is the Olympic legacy here in Athens.

 

Try to visit the state of the art sailing center and fence blocks the way. The Greek people who pay for this can’t see what they got for their money.

 

The man down there did not want to appear on camera. But he said what is happening? The facility like that one there was a terrible waste. He said it is worry for Greek public paid for facilities like that were not allowed to use them. In fact he said he fell shamed to be Greek.

 

人名 was in the Olympic Kayak Squad in 2004. He, likes most Greeks, is proud of the way that country staged the games but they worried about the long term cost.

 

The cost was huge. I mean like a billion Euro-dollars a day and Greece is a country encounter finance problem with health system, with education system and that all knows think ____ these months been.

 

Officially, all these cost Greece 8 billions pounds. Unofficially, the bills may eventually reach 15 billion. The district of Hellenico is home to what was some of one ___ showpiece venues. The neglect here angers Hellenico’s mayor. Money, he said, seems more important than using venues for the public good.

 

The cost wasvery big, and the result was not that it should be. The venues were not given to the local communities with every few exceptions. The government agency that runs these venues is confident that it will eventually find people who want them. Politicians said that highlight the failure of planning.

 

I do not think that Greek people mind the bill. Perhaps what they mind is…en…that after the Olympics, we did not use Olympics as spring pots for the country. What core of the question “was it worth it” is could we have more to exploit it afterwards. And the answer is absolutely yes, we could have in terms of using the facilities more, in terms of using the felling that grade for country.

 

Everywhere people will 2004. this man told me. Nowhere did it happen. It happened in Greece.

 

National pride and some positives, the Athens transport network now is the envy of many countries. The Olympic village once, temporary home of thousands of athletes is now short term accommodation for the city’s under privilege. The countries gave the world the modern Olympics did not get all right in 2004. There is still time for London to learn the lessons.

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Athens Legacy

Four years on, this is the Olympic legacy in Athens. Millions of pounds was spent on venues liked the Beach Vollyball Center, like many now it's empty,locked up, and its future is uncertain. Graffiti coveres the outside of gymnastics' arena, what should had been the huge public park looks like this, and the venue built specially for Taekwondo is deserted, nothing more than a backdrop for the local fiserman. And the Greek authorities would rather you didn't see it.

 

And this not just the security guards, no one from the Greek government or from the company that now runs this sites, or even from the ruling party here in Greece wanted to speak to us on camera, and maybe it's not surprising, because ten of the twenty venues from 2004 are not used at all for anything. And many the others like the main Olympic Stadium here only used every now and then, this is the Olympic legacy here in Athens.Try to visit the State of the Art Sailing Center and the fence blocks the way. The Greek people who paid for this can't see what they got from their money.

 

A man down there didn't move on camera, but he said that what happening the facility like that one there was a terrible waste. He said it was wrong the Greek public paid for the facility like that allowed to use them. In fact, he said he felt the ashamed to be Greek.

 

*** was in the Olympic Kayak Squad in 2004, he like most Greeks is proud of the way the country stage the Games, but they worried about long term cost. The cost was huge I mean like a billon Euro per day, and the Greece is a country*** finance problems health system education system even I think worth this money spent.

 

Officially all this cost Greece 8 billon pounds, unofficially the bill maight eventually reach 15 billon. The district of Hellenico is home to what was some of these showpiece venues. They neglected here, angers Hellenico's mayor money he says seems more important than using venues for the public good. The cost was very big, and the result was not what it should be, the venues were not been given to the local communities with very few acceptance.

 

The government agency that runs this venues is confident that it will eventually find people who want them. Politicians say that highlight the failure of planning. I don't think that Greek people mind the bill, perhaps what they mind is that after the Olympic, we did not used Olympic as the springboards for the country, and the core of the question was worth it,its we could have done more to exploit the Olympic afterwards, and the answer is absolutely yes we could have in terms of using facilities more, in terms of using the feeling the grade for country. 

 

Everywhere people will remember 2004 this man told me. No way did it happen as it happened in Greece. National pride and some positives the Athens' transport network is now the envy of many countries, the Olympic Village once temporary home to thousands of athletes is now short term accommodation for the city's under privileged. The country gave the world the modern Olympics didn't get all right in 2004, there is still time for London to learn the lessons.        

 

*** Allen Skynews Athens.

     

 

    

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