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One of the world's leading stadium architects, Rod Sheard, found himself at the centre of a row just days before yesterday's Olympic decision.

The HOK Sport supremo, who backed the London 2012 bid, got into trouble after it emerged that comments he made about the suitability of Paris' Stade de France for athletics broke International Olympic Committee rules. For full analysis of the decision visit www. ajplus. co. uk.

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