The Rio Olympic Village is the largest in the history of the Games. It has 31 brand new buildings, some of which are up to 17 floors high & in total there are 3604 apartments to accommodate the athletes, officials, coaches, doctors & physiotherapists. There will be up to 18,000 residents staying at one time, with 13,000 staff & volunteers to look after them. This is a huge management & logistics undertaking!
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