First it was an economic crisis, then a governmental meltdown and now a public health emergency. Things aren't going too well for the organizers of the Brazil Olympics, and the torch in Rio hasn't even been lit yet. No country has faced such a variety of crises all at the same time. Some athletes are refusing to travel to Rio, with some taking precautionary measures such as Greg Rutherford freezing his sperm, but now journalists are also threatening to not attend the games. Despite the spread of Zika, the president standing down due to allegations of corruption and the worst recession to hit in over two decades, the WHO and IOC insist the show will go on. What else can they say, when millions have already been invested?