After London, athletes still pushing for Rule 40 change

The London Olympics may be over, but a prominent group of U.S. track and field athletes isn’t letting one of the Games’ hot-button issues fade: the furor over Rule 40, the International Olympic Committee provision which prohibits athletes from promoting non-official sponsors during a period around the Games. Read USA Today


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