(ATR) The PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics have finished capturing headlines, but the stories and experiences from the Games will be well-remembered for years to come.
Biathlon in PyeongChang (ATR)
From re-opening geopolitical ties between North and South Korea to unexpected victories by athletes across the globe, PyeongChang 2018 repeatedly defied the expectations of athletes and media covering the Games.
With the closing ceremony on Feb. 25 concluding the first of three consecutive Olympics in Asia, organizers of future Games can look back on what worked and what didn’t during the 17-day celebration of sport.
Around the Rings
’ extensive team on the ground in South Korea reflect on the successes and the room for improvement of organizers on the latest edition of ATRadio. Led by Editor Ed Hula, the ATR
team grades the organization of the Games from transportation and media services to the atmosphere and sporting events.
The ATR team in PyeongChang (ATR)
After nearly a month in South Korea, PyeongChang 2018 gets a ‘B’ overall according to Hula, with high marks in the areas of transportation and venues and lower scores when it comes to media services and accessibility.
Hula is joined by ATR
Publisher Sheila S. Hula, Content Editor Gerard Farek and Reporters Aaron Bauer and Brian Pinelli to describe their experiences in PyeongChang.
Listen below for the full conversation:
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