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“The majority get infected, a few get sick and adults normally (have built up) some immunity,” Spilki added. It is difficult to link symptoms to Rio's water because many gastrointestinal illnesses can be blamed on things like simple travelers' diarrhea
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RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) - Helicopters were up at daybreak spotting rubbish flows at the Olympic sailing venue, with boats below collecting the debris. A sewer pipe at Marina da Gloria stopped raw sewage from being pumped into the harbor where Olympic boats were moored. Rio de Janeiro’s water remains filthy as the Olympics wrap up, even after a final push to clean up the water for the world’s largest sporting event. Fans were reminded by the stench from a lagoon contaminated with raw sewage that abuts the Olympic Park. Long after the athletes and fans leave, the city will continue to struggle with water teeming with bacteria and viruses. Rio organizers promised in their 2009 bid document that the Olympics would drive a cleanup of Rio’s waters, pledging to treat 80 percent of the waste. For two weeks, Olympic athletes competing in the water largely avoided falling ill by building immunity to pathogens, using preventive measures, or by trying to limit contact with the water in water-based sports. An independent study by The Associated Press conducted at sites around the city over more than a year - including the sailing venue in Guanabara Bay and the rowing venue in Rodrigo de Freitas lagoon - showed dangerously high levels of contamination. In over 16 months of testing leading up to the games, there was no decline in the very high bacterial and viral levels in the water, underscoring that the cosmetic measures authorities took to make venues appear cleaner ultimately didn’t reduce... “The contamination is always there, and the sad thing is that it’s not going away any time soon,” said Dr. Fernando Spilki, the Brazilian virologist and coordinator of the molecular microbiology laboratory at Feevale University in southern Brazil,... Falling ill depends on a variety of factors. “The majority get infected, a few get sick and adults normally (have built up) some immunity,” Spilki added. It is difficult to link symptoms to Rio’s water because many gastrointestinal illnesses can be blamed on things like simple travelers’ diarrhea, and some symptoms may not show up immediately. That could make it hard for anyone looking to blame the water for illnesses that emerge when they go home. Nebojsa Nikolic, medical director of World Sailing, attempted to track sailing illness during a test event a year ago in Rio. He concluded that the frequency of illness was not unusual, but also said the exact causes could not be determined without human stool samples of sailors in dozens of countries. Sailors and rowers said the water appeared cleaner than it was a year ago, the result of numerous stop-gap measures employed by the Brazilian government. Most of it focused on corralling floating trash, but officials also deployed bioremediation efforts. “We had taken precautions just in case, because the water quality last year and the year before probably wasn’t that good,” said Lisa Carrington of New Zealand, who won gold in women’s 200-meter singles. “But I feel that the water here today, this week, is really good. Precautions taken by athletes across polluted venues included keeping water bottles in plastic bags, bleaching oars or paddles, using hand sanitizers, and washing clothes immediately after practicing or racing. Brazilian canoeist Isaquias Queiroz said he’s trained in Rio for two years and noticed the “water is much cleaner. “I even wondered if they had some kind of chemical product in it,” he said. Andy Hunt, the CEO of the governing body World Sailing, said Belgian Evi Van Acker was the only sailor he knew of who fell ill during the games. Her coach said it was due to an intestinal infection she contracted while training in Rio last month. World Sailing gave extensive hygiene guidance beginning a year ago after sailors fell ill in Rio at a test event. “Everyone has been very careful in using hand hygiene, washing down clothing, boats and so on,” Hunt said. Dorian van Rijsselberghe of the Netherlands, who won gold in men’s windsurfing, criticized Brazilians for not keeping their promise to thoroughly clean the bay. “Not everything is OK,” Van Rijsselberghe said. Brazil made a promise a couple of years ago and they couldn’t keep their promise. AP reporters Karl Ritter, Bernie Wilson, and Peter Prengaman contributed to this report.
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