The United States Olympic Committee has not ruled out a bid for the 2020 Summer
Olympics and the timing of the process makes it likely 2016 loser Chicago would be its most viable candidate.
"I think it would be challenging for any other city to organize a bid in that time frame but not impossible," U.S. Olympic Committee chairman Larry Probst told the Tribune after delivering his state of the USOC address to the organization's general assembly Friday.
Saturday, September 25, 2010
Olympic Deja Vu?
We were suprised to see this on the Chicago Tribune website this morning...regardless we doubt it's going to happen: