A worker puts finishing touches on Olympic rings along Copacabana beach, where tourists and locals stop to take selfies in Rio de Janeiro on Friday, July 22, 2016. Rio is ready to host the games after a bumpy start.
A worker puts finishing touches on Olympic rings along Copacabana beach, where tourists and locals stop to take selfies in Rio de Janeiro on Friday, July 22, 2016. Rio is ready to host the games after a bumpy start. Kevin G. Hall McClatchy
A worker puts finishing touches on Olympic rings along Copacabana beach, where tourists and locals stop to take selfies in Rio de Janeiro on Friday, July 22, 2016. Rio is ready to host the games after a bumpy start. Kevin G. Hall McClatchy

Olympic troubles aplenty but Rio is ready to rock the games

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