The IOC has ruled out sanctions against Salt Lake City officials in connection with the Olympics’ biggest corruption scandal, an IOC investigator said. Jacques Rogge said the investigative panel had considered sanctions against Salt Lake officials connected with the 2002 bid but such action was ruled out when the organizing committee’s president and vice president resigned. He also said the IOC was prepared to investigate charges of corruption in other host city election campaigns, including Sydney, host of the 2000 Olympic Games.
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