By Doug Gray, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO - In the aftermath of the IOC’s historic decision to award the Olympic Games to a South American country for the first time, the city’s planners and the country’s athletes and trainers have begun to mobilize, forming strategies to ensure success and glory in 2016.
With the city set to be divided into four main zones of activity, the augmentation of transport infrastructure to link the key locations with Olympic facilities becomes a major priority. Copacabana’s ‘zone’ will stretch to include the Lagoa and Glória Marina, but the . . .