BOSTON (AP) — The group leading the bid to bring the 2024 Olympics to Boston is shaking up its management.

Boston Celtics co-owner Steve Pagliuca is taking over the bid committee, replacing construction magnate John Fish.

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The group is trying to revive its chances of bringing the Summer Games to the city after early stumbles left the USOC second-guessing its decision to pick Boston as the American bid city.

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The USOC would have to submit a formal bid to the IOC in September. The host nation will be picked in 2017.

Boston is expected to compete against Rome; Paris; Hamburg, Germany; and Budapest, Hungary.

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