Breaking it down: what the 2030 Winter Olympics could cost Utah

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SALT LAKE CITY — Utah consistently had a lot going for it when it came to the Olympics bid — namely, all of the equipment leftover from the 2002 Olympics.

Officials with the Olympics Committee surmised another Olympics would only cost between $1-1.5 billion — an insignificant number compared to the over $50 billion Russia spent on the Sochi Winter Olympics in 2014.

However, depending on the status of certain other winter sports, that cost could change.

Watch Todd Tanner's full story to hear what could drive up the cost of the 2030 Olympics.

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