Heading into the 1984 Olympics, no city wanted the Games. Afterward, everyone did. But L.A. '84 was more than a triumph of logistics: from technology to television to women's sports, nothing would ever be the same. Sports Illustrated's Robin Lundberg spoke with Jon Wertheim about how Los Angeles changed the games.
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