Jonathan Tew, left, and Rusty Knott work inside the control room where they have spent the Olympics. There are monitors, workstations, racks of equipment and white boards, but mostly there’s plywood, fresh enough to exude a powerful chemical smell.
Jonathan Tew, left, and Rusty Knott work inside the control room where they have spent the Olympics. There are monitors, workstations, racks of equipment and white boards, but mostly there’s plywood, fresh enough to exude a powerful chemical smell. Luke DeCock ldecock@newsobserver.com
Jonathan Tew, left, and Rusty Knott work inside the control room where they have spent the Olympics. There are monitors, workstations, racks of equipment and white boards, but mostly there’s plywood, fresh enough to exude a powerful chemical smell. Luke DeCock ldecock@newsobserver.com

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