World Sailing details Rio 2016 contingency measures, prepared for ‘tough decisions’

The World Sailing global governing body has outlined stop-gap measures that will be implemented to address pollution issues at Guanabara Bay, the sport’s venue for the 2016 Olympic Games, but has added that it is prepared to make “tough decisions” should conditions become too difficult for competition to take place.

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