Media playback is not supported on this device. Awarding the Olympic Games to the Brazilian city of Rio in was viewed as a gamble by some critics. However, the International Olympic Committee IOC saw it as the perfect opportunity to re-emphasise its core message of taking the spirit of sport to as many people as possible. Huge swathes of seats remained empty for key events, blue pools turned green, athletes were mugged, others pretended to be, and a key IOC official - Ireland's Pat Hickey - spent the final days of the Games locked up in a high a security prison accused of trying to pass tickets to touts. The Olympic movement can tick off another continent but, sporting achievements aside, the feeling is they got away with it - just. The viewing figures and the size of the sponsorship deals probably provide the best answers to this question.