While the athletes trained, competed, and qualified, this former baseball commissioner faced the challenge of planning the XXIII Olympiad. This is a detailed, behind-the-scenes look at the financial, political, and logistical problems he encountered on the road to the 1984 games.
This hour-and-forty minute audio book should have cost 99 cents. "P.U." are his initials and could also double as the adjective to describe his reading.
He took what was universally deemed an incredibly-managed, masterful international success and turned-it into a boring retelling of what could basically be described as a mere checklist of milestones related to the '84 games, from '79 to '85.