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Old April 26th, 2010, 01:17 AM   #81
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Dubai still considering Olympic bid


DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Dubai is still considering a bid to host the Olympics in 2020, said the ruler of the Arab emirate Sunday as leaders and executives from the sports industry gathered in the city for an international convention.

Dubai has spent billions of dollars to build sport venues and host high profile golf and tennis tournaments. Sheik Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum praised Dubai's sports infrastructure and said Dubai has "a lot to offer" to the Olympic movement.

"There is a strong 'can do' culture here," Mohammed said in comments, released Sunday by the ruler's media office. Dubai continues to evaluate "the costs and benefits" of a bid, Mohammed also said and added, that no formal paperwork has been filed yet.

Dubai is the second Gulf state trying for the Olympics. Doha, the capital of Qatar, failed to make the list of finalists for the 2016 Games.

Dubai has run far ahead of its Gulf competitors on the sports front by linking investment with a decade-long effort to attract tourists and entertain the Asian and Western expatriates that make up most of the emirate's 1.5 million inhabitants.

The Gulf emirate has earned high marks for hosting ATP and WTA tour tennis events, the Dubai Desert Classic golf tournament and horse racing's Dubai World Cup.

Since Dubai has been hammered by the global financial crisis in the past months, the ruling Al Maktoum family has scaled back some of its development plans, but sports events have not been a causality in Dubai's struggle to pay off its massive debt.

Last month a $2 billion racing complex was inaugurated. Managers of Dubai Sports City said progress has been undeterred on the cluster of mega-venues that will stage sports events and set up training facilities and specialized academies for golf, tennis, soccer, rugby, cricket and swimming.

Sheik Mohammed has relied on such large-scale global ambitions to help drive his territory from little more than a patch of sand 15 years ago to the Middle East's business, sports and tourism hub.

The harsh economic reality has caused Mohammed to include some caution in his comments on Dubai's possible Olympic bid.

"We will have to take an honest look at our weaknesses as well as our strengths," Mohammed said Sunday. "I can assure you of this, though: if we decide to make a bid for the Olympics, we will be in it to win."


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Old December 13th, 2010, 03:02 PM   #82
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Looks like there have been no updates on this, however according to the IOC website, if Dubai is interested in bidding for 2020, 2011 will be the year to do it......

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Do we have no one here who can provide some more insight on a potential bid???
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Let the bidding begin!

Source: http://insidethegames.biz/summer-oly...-2020-olympics

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Bucharest may bid for 2020 Olympics
15 December 2010

By Duncan Mackay
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December 15 - Bucharest is considering launching a bid for the 2020 Olympics, the city's Mayor Sorin Oprescu has revealed.

He claimed that the Romanian capital is investigating putting itself forward following a poll which showed that 93 per cent of people in the country were behind the idea.

"In Bucharest, 85 per cent of citizens back the initiative," said Oprescu.

"The poll was conducted over the phone and grilled 3,700 people in Bucharest and 3,200 across the country."

Oprescu claimed that hosting the Games would help improve the country's economy and image abroad.

He plans to harness the support of Romanian athletes who live outside the country, like former gymnast Nadia Comăneci, who won nine Olympic medals, including five gold in Montreal in 1976 and Moscow in 1980.

"I've already started making lists of athletes with great results in previous Olympics who live abroad," Oprescu said.

Oprescu claimed that he would fund the bid without raising taxes.

The campaign for 2020 is already shaping up as one of the most competitive in the history of the International Olympic Committee (IOC).

Rome are the only confirmed bidders but among the other cities that have expressed a serious interest are Dubai, Istanbul, New Delhi, Doha and Tokyo.


A South African city is also expected to bid.

The IOC is due to pick the host city at its annual Session in Buenos Aires in 2013.
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Old January 2nd, 2011, 07:23 PM   #84
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the probability of Bucharest hosting the Olympics in the next 200 years is 0.I cant even begin explaining how many thing are missing from a decent bid starting with a decent and organized public transport and financial muscles
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Old January 4th, 2011, 03:19 PM   #85
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the probability of Bucharest hosting the Olympics in the next 200 years is 0.I cant even begin explaining how many thing are missing from a decent bid starting with a decent and organized public transport and financial muscles

Seems like the bidding cities list is now starting to firm up.... New Delhi appears to be out of the running now, so we are down to:
1) Dubai
2) Istanbul
3) Tokyo
4) Rome
5) Doha
6) Bucharest

I honestly think it should go either to Dubai, or Tokyo as they are the only two hosts who will be able to deliver an unforgettable Olympic Games


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India not ready to bid for 2020 Olympics says Commonwealth Games head

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December 17 - Mike Fennell, the President of the Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF), has told insidethegames that he feels an Indian bid for the 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games is too premature.

The New Delhi Commonwealth Games earlier this year were the largest international multi-sport event to be staged in India since the Asian Games in 1982.

Despite prior concerns over health, safety and security, the competition was considered a success although senior members of the Organising Committee, including secretary general Lalit Bhanot and director general V K Verma, the closest aides to unpopular chairman of the event Suresh Kalmadi, have since been alleged to have been involved in high level corruption leading up to the Games.

The relative success of Delhi has led to calls for the Indian capital to bid for the Summer Olympics and Paralympics as early as 2020 but Fennell, who also serves as President of the Jamaican Olympic Association and has been on a number of International Olympic Committee (IOC) Co-ordination Commissions, suggested that would be too soon.

"I would think that 2020 is a bit to close," said Fennell.

"India still has a lot of work to do and certainly you want them to clear the dust from the current enquires [into the alleged corruption of members of the Organising Committee].

"They need to have a look at what they can do to start planning seriously for hosting future events.

"But they now have the key sporting venues in place and they have demonstrated their organisational capabilities in terms of transport and security and so on.

"It you look at security for example, the first question everyone was asking me before the Games was: 'What about the security in Delhi?'

"Nobody is asking me about that now because Delhi did a fantastic job with not one single incident to speak of.

"They have dispelled that theory and they have also dramatically improved the infrastructure in Delhi, particularly the transport, from hosting the event.

"So they have proved that they are indeed capable of hosting big events.

"They now need to just keep progressing at a steady rate and to be patient as hosting an event such as the Olympics takes some time."

The CGF President added that in hindsight, his organisation has concluded that the Delhi 2010 Commonwealth Games was a big success despite some of the well-documented problems.

"Reflecting back on Delhi, we must not hesitate to say how well the Games went and how well the Games ended," he said.

"We are all extremely satisfied with the end result and with what was delivered.

"Nevertheless, we would be less than frank if we didn't say there were considerable problems and concerns leading up to the Games, some of which could be avoided and which were unique to Delhi.

"They had big problems with cleaning the Village, which did annoy us after we bought it up with them on several occasions, and they also had some problems with the construction of venues that we were concerned about.

"But to their credit; they overcame those problems to stage a superb event."
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Looks like Bucharest is out as well. This leaves us with:
1) Dubai
2) Istanbul
3) Tokyo
4) Rome
5) Doha

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Bucharest Olympic 2020 bid rejected


By Duncan Mackay
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December 18 - Bucharest's plan to bid for the 2020 Olympics and Paralympics will not get off the drawing board after the proposal was rejected.

Bucharest City Hall Councillors narrowly voted against the plan proposed by the city's Mayor Sorin Oprescu.

The proposal was supported by 22 Councillors, which was short of the majority of 28 needed for it to be taken further.

A half-an-hour debate was held on the topic but many Councillors claimed that the idea of the Romanian capital bidding for the Games was too futuristic.

Eight voted against the plan but significantly 20 abstained from voting, which killed the idea.

Oprescu had claimed that hosting the Games in Bucharest would act as a catalyst for development, including improving the city's infrastructure and boosting the Romanian economy.

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Isn't Africa still in the race - Durban?
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Isn't Africa still in the race - Durban?
No official word yet, but I believe Durban will make an announcement soon?
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as mentioned before Durban is 90% certain of bidding, but with the IOC event in Durban in June it would be wise not to officially announce anything until then
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And now Japan's interest in bidding is looking uncertain as well....

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Thursday 06th January, 12:41 AM JST

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The Associated Press reports Japanese Olympic Committee (JOC) President Tsunekazu Takeda said Wednesday he still backs a bid from Hiroshima for the 2020 Summer Olympic Games despite the fact that Hiroshima's Mayor Tadatoshi Akiba has said he will not seek re-election this spring.

Takeda said, "the city has a wonderful proposal. I would be extremely happy if the city of Hiroshima continues to consider making a bid for the Olympics".

The JOC is also hoping Tokyo, which failed in its bid for the 2016 Summer Olympic Games, would bid again.

The Associated Press reports there is a concern that if Hiroshima and Tokyo drop out, Japan would be left with no candidates bidding for the 2020 Games.

He said, "we have to keep tabs on the situation going forward. Right now, I can't really say anything".
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Istanbul is definitely in......

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Greece Prime Minister promises support for Istanbul 2020 Olympic bid


08 January 2011 By Duncan Mackay
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January 8 - Greece will support Istanbul's bid to host the 2020 Olympics and Paralympics, the country's Prime Minister George Papandreou (pictured right) has promised during a visit to Turkey.

Last month the Turkish Government declared hosting the Olympics was a national priority following unsuccessful bids to win the 2000, 2004, 2008 and 2012 Games.

Papandreou made his pledge during a visit to Erzurum where he was inspecting the facilities of the the 2011 World University Winter Games, which begin there on January 27.

After meeting with Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, Papandreou revealed to the audience that Greece was fully behind Istanbul's campaign.

His statement "Başarılar diliyorum," which means, "I wish success" in Turkish, received a warm response from the crowd.

"We should forget the past's rivalry and prejudices," said Papandreou.

"We are honoured and proud of our countries' histories, but we would like to demolish the wall of prejudices."

During his speech, Papandreou recalled a visit made by Erdoğan in May to Athens, where he visited Panathinaiko Stadium.

"That stadium hosted the world's first Olympics in 1896," he said.

"There our goal was to convey the friendship message between Greece and Turkey to the entire world."

Erdoğan claimed that the promise of Greek support for Istanbul was further evidence of the improving relations between the two countries.

"We are expending efforts to turn the Aegean Sea into a lake of peace and friendship," he said.

"We should leave the mistakes of the past behind and build a world where peace reigns.

"We should transmit peace, love and respect to the next generations instead of a world dominated by fights, hatred or blood.

"Greece is Turkey's neighbor to the west and we share a 206-kilometre border.

"This encounter is very meaningful."
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Oh no, God help us all......

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Qatar Olympic Committee ponder bid to host 2020 Summer Games in Doha


Doha’s previous bid, for the 2016 Olympics, ended in failure after the International Olympic Committee rejected a proposal to stage the Games in October to avoid summer temperatures.

The IOC was particularly concerned at the consequences for the marathon, the iconic event of any summer games and Doha’s bid was rejected at the short-listing stage despite outscoring eventual winner Rio in a technical evaluation.

Convincing the IOC that a Summer Games is possible in the Gulf remains a challenge, but with lessons learned from the 2022 campaign and heavyweight government backing, Doha would not be underestimated in a race also likely to feature Rome.

No decision on bidding will be taken until after the IOC Congress in Durban in July, at which one of South Korean resort Pyeongchang, Annecy in France and Munich will be selected to host the 2018 Winter Olympics.

Qatar's commitment to the Olympics is clear from its headquarters, a 27-storey tower in the centre of Doha that has a floor for each sport in the Summer Games.
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And what do they do in this "Olympic Tower"? Is it like an indoor arena? Each floor per sport? What happens when Squash and rugby get added this year? And how can they fit an entire golf course on a single floor, unless it's miniature golf? Weird!!!!


An open message to the IOC:

Please do not go down the road of FIFA and ruin the 2020 games.
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This is it!! All potential bid cities need to get their skates on now! Let the bidding begin!!

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IOC announces timetable for 2020 Olympic bids

12 January 2011 By Duncan Mackay in Lausanne
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January 12 - Cities planning to put themselves forward to host the 2020 Olympics and Paralympics today found out the timetable for the bid process, with the final decision due to be announced by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) at its 125th session in the Argentinian capital Buenos Aires on September 7, 2013.

The IOC's ruling Executive Board today approved the timings for the bid process which has already attracted strong interest from several cities, including Dubai, Istanbul, Madrid, Rome, Doha and Tokyo.

The IOC plans to circulate the 205 National Olympic Committees before the end of this month to see if they are interested in putting forward a candidate.

They will then have until May 16, 2011 to submit the name of an applicant city, which will coincide with the publication of the 2020 Candidature Acceptance Procedure.

Applicant cities will have until July 29, 2011, to inform the IOC if they propose to hold the Games outside the normal Olympic Games window, which is between July 15 and August 31.

This is crucial because three years ago Doha were knocked out in the preliminary stages because their proposed dates did not meet the published criteria, although they claimed that IOC President Jacques Rogge had led them to believe that they could host the Games outside the window, just as Sydney had done in 2000.

This is likely to be even more scrutinised on this occasion following FIFA's controversial decision last month to award the 2022 World Cup to Qatar and the subsequent proposal to move the tournament from its traditional June/July slot to January to avoid the scorching 50C summer heat in Qatar.

The final deadline to confirm the submission of applicant cities is on September 1, which follows the election of the host city of the 2018 Winter Olympics and Paralympics, which is due to be announced at the IOC Session in Durban on July 6.

The IOC plan to hold an information seminar for the cities in Lausanne in October before they have to submit the application file and guarantee letters by February 15, 2012.

The IOC's Executive Board will choose the candidate cities at a meeting in May 2012 and they will attend the London 2012 Olympics as part of the IOC's observer programme.

The IOC have recommended that the London 2012 debrief is held in Rio de Janeiro, the host for 2016, in November and the bid cities then have until the beginning of January 2013 to prepare and deliver their Candidate Files.

The visits of the IOC Evaluation Commission are scheduled for March and April 2013 with the report due to be published in June, the same month that there will be a Candidate City briefing for IOC members.

The election of the host city will then take part in Buenos Aires, which is due to be the last act of IOC President Jacques Rogge before he steps down.
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The next few weeks are going to be VERY exciting!!!!!!!!

Go Dubai 2020!!!!
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The first half if April might be a good time to host the games in Dubai? Or maybe the first half if November?
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DURBAN will kick ass. The Olympic Games 2020 will be awarded to Africa. It's the ideal city, hands down.

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DURBAN will kick ass. The Olympic Games 2020 will be awarded to Africa. It's the ideal city, hands down.

sorry but you got the World cup and you got a favorable treatment only because u are an African country so no u dont need the Olympics
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2020 olympics should be organize in an islamic country...........
i think Dubai, Islamabad, Istanbul and Tehran must bid for 2020 olympics
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Dubai and Istanbul will probably put in a bid.... Not so sure about the other two suggestions!!
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