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Old January 18th, 2008, 09:01 PM   #4341
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malaysia can be the host for 2020olympic..what your opinion???
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doha asia games was done very well!!!god job doha!!!!
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Some Locations by using google earth

Media City located right next to Qatar University


Aspire sport city (Current) is in green, Doha Olympic park (future) is in red.


Doha Olympic Village area


Doha Light Rail Routes and Stations


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Media
A full-service “Media City”

Doha 2016 plans a “Media City” in cooperation with Qatar University, on a 72-hectare site, including a Media Village accommodating up to 22,000 people, directly adjacent to the Main Media Centre (MMC) and only an average of 14 km from all competition venues.

It will be an integrated complex within a single secure perimeter so that media can proceed directly from their accommodation to the Main Media Centre, no more than 500m away.

This concept creates a superb, efficient working and living environment for the media and the OCOG, minimising journey times.

The “Media City” will be served by its own Metro station and is located on multiple transport corridors. With less complexity, the Media Transport System can also function more effectively and provide optimum coverage between venues.

One of the region’s leading architects has created the master plan and conceptual designs for the media complex, which will also include restaurants, entertainment, recreational, service and fitness centres.

As with the Olympic Village, Doha 2016 has initiated an international design competition to establish new standards in sustainable construction, in collaboration with the Qatar Supreme Council for the Environment, emphasising the use of solar power, water conservation, sustainable materials and design, and ultra efficient intelligent systems.

After the Games the Media Village will be converted into housing for Qatar University students, as well as creating apartments for sale or lease. These will be ideal for employees in the new Research and Development Centre that will be created out of the broadcast centre, as well as for other residential users.
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A strong venue plan aligned with IOC guiding principles

Doha 2016 has used several key factors in selecting venues, including in order of importance:

*Provide world-class competition conditions for the athletes;
*Use existing venues to their highest potential whenever possible;
*Create new venues only when they have sustainable, long-term legacy use and can be developed to world-class standards using environmentally sustainable materials and systems;
*Create temporary venues where no legacy use is sustainable;
*Provide proximity to the Olympic Village; and
*Use clusters to create a dynamic, exciting environment and to maximise operational efficiencies.
Doha 2016 has focused on the use of its already existing, world-class venues, so that the athletes will compete in the very best facilities.

More than 70% of the proposed venues already exist and have served as sites for major international competitions, particularly for the Doha 2006 Asian Games. The Khalifa Stadium and the Aspire Dome recently received silver medals from the IOC at the 20th International Association for Sports and Leisure Facilities (IAKS) Congress.

Doha 2016 also proposes to use four planned venues for the Games, all of which are part of the Qatar Olympic Committee’s Master Plan for Venue Development. In line with its mission, “to become a leading nation at bringing the world together through sport”, the QOC plans to create a new swimming centre at Al-Gharaffa Club, a new slalom facility for canoe/kayak at Aspire, and the new Qatar Dome at the Qatar Club.

Each of these facilities will meet the long-term needs of the community and further advance sport in Doha. A new multi-purpose Sports Complex is being built at the Shafallah Center for Children with Special Needs and will be used as the boxing venue for the Games.

The new slalom facility will be the focal point for an “extreme” sports complex and water park being created as part of the Aspire Sports City. The new international swimming centre will be an adaptable structure that normally seats 4,000 spectators but is designed to be easily modified with additional temporary seating for the Games and then down-sized again in legacy mode.

The Qatar Dome will be the first indoor international football facility in the Middle East. It will create year-round opportunities for major matches, while at the same time providing much needed exhibition space and community space, integrated into the city centre.

Each of the new venues has a significant long-term use and will create opportunities for the people of Doha, the region and the sporting world. Doha 2016 is also conducting design competitions for use of sustainable materials and environmentally-sound energy solutions and also water conservation solutions in all new construction of competition and non-competition venues.

In all, six venues will be temporary, including the cycling venues and the beach volleyball venue. In each case, the venue is developed around world-class competition facilities. Doha 2016 also proposes temporary adaptations for many of the permanent facilities to increase spectator capacity for the Games while the permanent venues are sized appropriately for legacy use.

The Doha 2016 plan is very compact. All of the venues are in close proximity to the Olympic Village. In fact, 85% of athletes will compete within a 7.5 km radius from the Village. An additional 7% are within a 10 km radius.

Doha 2016 also took care in its planning to ensure that all venues were positioned along major transport corridors.
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Doha Olympic Village
The Olympic Village: a model for the future

The Doha 2016 Olympic Village will provide a comfortable, efficient and inspirational haven for the athletes, and, as a legacy, will establish a new standard for “future living” and serve as much-needed housing.

The Village is a 67-hectare development, designed to meet every need of the athletes and delegations, while also providing Doha with much needed mixed-use development near the city centre. All athletes, officials and coaches will live together in a single Olympic Village, housing 18,000 people, with the furthest venue only 30 km away.

Doha 2016 has worked with the Qatar Urban Planning and Development Authority to identify a Village site that offers a central location on a major transport corridor. One of the region’s leading architects has created plans that fulfil Olympic, Paralympic and legacy requirements. One of the world’s leading developers, Qatari Diar, will finance and construct the Village at a cost of USD 1.94 billion.

Formed in the shape of a dove, the Doha Olympic Village features extensive pedestrian walkways, peaceful and expansive green space and meandering canals. At the heart of the Doha Olympic Village will be an iconic International Plaza. Athletes will live in new, upscale housing of 1-3 bedroom apartments, clustered in “intelligent buildings of the future”.

Doha 2016 has initiated an international design competition to establish new standards in sustainable construction for both the Olympic and Media Villages, emphasising the use of solar power, water conservation techniques and sustainable materials. Doha 2016 is also partnering with Q-Tel telecommunications to provide state-of-the-art internet and telecom networks in every apartment.

The main dining hall, the transportation mall and recreational amenities are no more than a leisurely 10-minute walk from any accommodation.

A comprehensive “Media City”

Doha 2016 has collaborated with Qatar University to create the “Media City” [link to media city page], featuring the Main Media Centre and the innovative, immediately adjacent Media Village. The university’s long-term plans call for meeting, public assembly, recreation, and mixed-use development on 72 hectares of their land, and the university has guaranteed financing of the project at a cost of USD 213 million.

The Main Media Centre will unite the 45,000m2 Main Press Centre (MPC), the 75,000 m2 International Broadcast Centre (IBC) and a Combined Services Centre (CSC) with 8,500 m2 of common facilities, including a full restaurant.

The MPC features all required facilities, including separate work spaces for writers and photographers, bookable space, interview rooms, press operations work spaces, and internal dining facilities.

The IBC will be a free-span structure of at least 18 m height, which will be available to the OBS at least one year prior to the Games.

The university has already established clear legacy use of these facilities. The MPC and CSC will become a meeting and exhibition centre, while the IBC will become research and development space for many of the university’s innovative programmes, such as its Sustainable Development Programme
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Hotels
Accommodation for a new world-class destination

Doha is establishing itself as a world-class business centre. Qatar’s economy has grown at a rate of 15% over the past five years and this growth is expected to continue.

Qatar’s strategy is to diversify its economic base beyond hydrocarbons and into multiple industry sectors. The Qatar Master Plan to 2025 envisions Qatar “as the academic centre, sports centre, and major tourist centre of the Middle East.”

To achieve this vision, Doha is expanding its hotel and accommodations infrastructure dramatically and rapidly.

An example of the extraordinary projects in Qatar is the Lusail Development, which will cover 35 square kilometres and accommodate more than 200,000 new residents and includes more than 17 new hotels.

Doha has 17,964 rooms available today, primarily in the 4- and 5-star hotels and deluxe apartment-hotel categories. The Doha Port also has fully-equipped berths for cruise ships to accommodate a minimum of 6,000 additional visitors at the highest international standards.

According to the Qatar Tourism Authority, a total of 22 new hotels will open by the summer of 2008 alone, including nine five-star hotels with 2,370 rooms and thirteen 4-star hotels with 2,454 rooms.

By the summer of 2009, 25% of planned 5-star hotel rooms and 39% of planned 4-star hotel rooms will be complete and open to guests, and by 2011, 12,027 new rooms in 4-star and 5-star categories will be completed.

In all, 48 new 5-star hotels with 13,151 rooms, 41 new 4-star hotels with 8,829 rooms, and nine 3-star hotels with 2001 rooms are planned and will be ready well in advance of 2016, regardless of the IOC’s selection of a Host City for 2016. Additionally, 10,452 apartment-hotel rooms are planned.

The Media Village at Qatar University will accommodate 18,000 media and 4,000 members of the Games workforce. Of the 82,852 rooms that will ready before 2016, 87% will be located within 10 km of the Games Centre.
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Transport
Doha is preparing for 2016 arrivals

Qatar is investing billions of dollars on a wide range of major transport-related infrastructure projects over the next 20 years.

To improve transport infrastructure and mobility in Doha, the Qatar Public Works Authority (QPWA) is already undertaking numerous roads-related projects, including a number of multilane motorways and extensions to existing ring roads.

To improve public transport networks, the QPWA, in conjunction with PTV Germany has developed a comprehensive three-level concept for public transport, the Qatar Master Transportation Plan to 2026.

A Metro/LRT network, BRT/tram lines and a dense network of feeder buses will provide smooth access, high-frequency services and high travel speeds within the greater Doha area, and offer an attractive and effective alternative to private car transport.

The Metro light rail network will be developed in three stages, extending 140 km in Doha when completed. This rail network will link all major Olympic sites, including the new international airport and port, the hotel, shopping and residential districts as well as all of the major sports clusters, the Olympic Village and the “Media City”.

Construction of phase one (85 km) of the rail network will begin in 2009 and will be completed by late 2015, in time for thorough testing prior to the Games.

By late 2009, the first phase of the New Doha International Airport (NDIA) will be open, at a cost of USD 9.5 billion. NDIA will be the biggest airport in the Middle East, with two parallel runways and an initial capacity of 24 million passengers per year and more than 50 million per year when completed.

Doha is also expanding and improving its existing port facilities to make them world-class for both passenger ships and cargo vessels. The existing port has modern and convenient docking facilities for as many as eight full-sized luxury cruise ships. International shipping will transfer to the new Doha Port, which is under construction to the south of the city. Thus, many guests will be able to travel to Doha by ship, if they choose.
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Dates
An Ideal Time in a Distinctive Environment

Doha 2016 is proposing to hold the Opening Ceremony of the Olympic Games on Friday 14 October 2016, with the competitions taking place between 15-30 October. The Closing Ceremony will take place on Sunday 30 October.

It proposes to hold the Paralympic Games between 12-23 November, dates which the International Paralympic Committee has indicated it will accept.

These dates provide ideal conditions for the celebration of the Games. The recorded maximum temperatures during this period have been consistent over the past 10 years. The temperatures and humidity levels will be conducive to the optimum performance of the athletes and the comfort of the spectators.

The average temperature at 3pm during the proposed dates for the Games is 31.4˚C over the past 10 years. The average temperature at 9pm is 27.4˚C over the past 10 years. The average humidity has been 49.3% at 3pm and 68.5% at 9pm.

The proposed Games period precedes the high tourist season in Doha, so hotels in Doha will be able to provide all the required rooms without significantly impacting their normal operations – and room prices will reflect off-peak season rates. The reduced traffic in the city will also make Games transport operations easier.

All of the major higher-education institutions will be in session and Doha 2016 has initiated cooperative agreements with many of them to provide internships and other programmes for their students, who will form a core group of Games volunteers. All other schools and colleges will reschedule their calendars to allow students and staff to attend each day of the Games.

While the proposed dates fall outside the dates listed in the Applicant City Questionnaire, there are ample precedents for dates outside of these parameters, such as Sydney 2000 (15 September to 1 October), Seoul 1988 (17 September to 2 October), Mexico City 1968 (12 October to 27 October), Tokyo 1964 (10 October to 24 October) and Melbourne 1956 (22 November to 8 December).
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Olympic heroine urges more Qatari girls to take up sport

Published: Saturday, 19 January, 2008, 02:16 AM Doha Time
By Noimot Olayiwola
THE Qatari bid ambassador for 2016 Olympics, Nada Zeidan, has urged girls to enter the sports field, saying the “terrain is getting better by the day”.
Zeidan, an archer and the first woman car racer in the Middle East, said it would be great to see more Qatari women getting involved in sports, especially in areas like car racing where she believes a door has been opened.
“I had to work very hard to get to this point, but it is relatively easier for young ladies now to enter the field and make a name,” she said.
“I want them to achieve more feats in other sporting events and they should not lose the chance that I have created for them”.
Zeidan said Qatari girls should look at the support provided by the government by investing millions in sports infrastructure and setting up state-of-the-art facilities.
“They need to encourage themselves, come out and do the country proud,” she said.
Zeidan started archery in 2001 with her first competition in Busan in 2002, but came into the limelight when she participated in a major car rally in 2004.
Speaking of challenges as a woman car racing pioneer, she said: “I understand that our culture is dominated by men, where men’s decisions reign supreme, but for me I do what I think is acceptable.
“I strongly believe that people’s mentality will change. Anything new is always first rejected by people, but no matter how late, it will be accepted if it is good,” she said.
“I faced a lot of problems in the beginning, especially from men, who find it strange to see a woman racing cars and thus found it difficult to accept me into the fold.
“They have made several attempts to frustrate me, but I stood my ground and to this, I owe my father and brother a great deal for their encouragement and support at all times.
“They keep nudging me on despite the challenges and criticisms from some quarters.
“Only eight female athletes from Islamic countries participated in different games during my first competition in Busan, where I was an archer and the others were shooters. But in 2006, the number increased and they took part in different games like gymnastics, swimming and judo.”
On sportswear for Muslim women, Zeidan said: “I don’t know why there is such hullabaloo about this issue. I think it is up to the athlete to decide what she wants to wear, and not for anybody else.”
She stated that to make things easier for her and other Muslim woman athletes, she has come up with the idea of a sportswear, which is made according to the Islamic rules and at the same time not deviating too much from the sporting body’s specifications. “It is a nice and simple suit for ladies who use the veil as well as those who do not.”
She said she had participated in many women’s conferences where discussions about swimsuits were held, adding that examples were drawn from Jordan and Lebanon, whose athletes wear the usual swimwear.
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Light Rail System For Doha 2016 Games
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Qatar is planning a 140 km light rail system in Doha to help ease traffic congestion ahead of its 2016 Summer Olympic Games bid, reports the Peninsula newspaper.

Qatar will spend billions of dollars to revamp its transport infrastructure whether or not its bid is successful.

Construction of the light rail system’s first 85 km is scheduled to begin in 2009 for completion in 2015, said the newspaper, adding that the rail network will link all major Olympic venues and villages, including the new Doha International Airport, Doha Port and the hotel district.

Doha is expected to complete the first phase of a two-line $4.4 billion metro extending about 70 km by September 2009.
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Light Rail System For Doha 2016 Games
Source: (GamesBids.com)

Qatar is planning a 140 km light rail system in Doha to help ease traffic congestion ahead of its 2016 Summer Olympic Games bid, reports the Peninsula newspaper.

Qatar will spend billions of dollars to revamp its transport infrastructure whether or not its bid is successful.

Construction of the light rail system’s first 85 km is scheduled to begin in 2009 for completion in 2015, said the newspaper, adding that the rail network will link all major Olympic venues and villages, including the new Doha International Airport, Doha Port and the hotel district.

Doha is expected to complete the first phase of a two-line $4.4 billion metro extending about 70 km by September 2009.
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Baku 2016 To Convert Former Oil Field Into Flourishing Olympic Park: Bid Dossier

Baku Azerbaijan, a city commonly associated with oil extraction, hopes to transform itself into a world class sports destination by winning the 2016 Olympic Games bid. While already involved in redevelopment projects that will include sports venues - Baku hopes to build an Olympic Park at Bibi-Heybat oilfield where drilling first began in 1847, as part of an overall renaturalization process.

GamesBids.com has received a copy of the Baku 2016 questionnaire response that was submitted to the International Olympic Committee last week along with those from the six other cities vying for the Games. Baku is the last city to reveal the details of their dossier to the public.

Baku plans to build many venues - eight temporary and 15 new permanent structures including a USD $254 million Olympic Stadium. Situated in four clusters, most venues are no more than 10km from the Olympic Village. The Olympic Village, a waterfront project financed jointly with private and public funds, will consist of low-density apartments to be later sold and used as a residential community.

Currently, 23,000 various accommodations exist but 81,000 new rooms are planned for 2016 should the Games be won. This aggressive goal may be a concern of the IOC.

The bid estimates revenues of USD $930 million and the project has full government backing and financial guarantees. In a recent poll, 91.9% of residents favour the bid.

The bid committee has a budget of USD $6.1 million for its application stage and an additional $21.6 million should they go on to the candidacy stage. The total budget of $27.8 million is low in comparison to the other bids.

If they win, the bid committee hopes to stage the Games from July 15 to July 31, 2016.
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See Baku Bid-Book here: http://www.baku2016.org.az/browse.php?sec_id=37
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Guys before you say anything or do anything please take some time in reading and viewing the following links and information Thank You

Step 1
Doha 2016 Official Video, Celebrating Change (I recommend "download" for an un-interupted video)
http://www.doha2016.org/en/media_centre/watch_video
if it dosent work go through the site
http://www.doha2016.org/en/


Step 2
Doha 2016 Application Folder (Contains almost everything about the bid)
http://www.gamesbids.net/library/app...stionnaire.pdf
if it dosent work download it from the official website
http://www.doha2016.org/en/our_bid/a...file/bid_book/


Step 3
Doha 2016 Important Facts

Khalifa International Stadium is to be expanded from 50,000 to 70,000 with construction finishing 2011

82,852 Hotel rooms to be ready by 2016

Khalifa Tennis Centre Expansion current 5,000 seat centre court to 12,000

light rail system connecting venues, Hotel District, Commercial district, ETC

The new slalom facility will be the focal point for an “extreme”
sports complex and water park being created as part of the Aspire
Sports City.

Qatar Dome will be the first indoor international football facility in
the Middle East.

More than 70% of the proposed venues already exist and have
served as sites for major international competitions, particularly
for the Doha 2006 Asian Games

The Main Media Centre will unite the 45,000m2 Main Press
Centre (MPC), the 75,000 m2 International Broadcast Centre (IBC)
and a Combined Services Centre (CSC) with 8,500 m2 of common
facilities

Step 4
Do what you whanted to do


Thank You, QS3
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Baku is a nice city but no chances to host Olympics at least in 20 years or even more. It's too small and Azerbaijan is too weak at most kinds of sports, so it's no point to build huge venues for olympics only.
Btw Doha same problem.
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First of all hopeless biding of Europe and Asia because 2004 was held in Athens, 2008 will be hosted in Beijing and 2012 in London. So it's no doubt that in 2016 it will be Rio or Chicago.
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Only Book i could Open is Chicago and just from reading that. Most of the Locations they need they already have built, and they have 2 baseball stadiums, though i didn't see Baseball on the Venue list...do they still play baseball in the Olympics? Also, why isnt Basketball being played at the United Center? Instead there playing at ALLSTATE Arena? WTF? Throw boring Gymnastics in there and let basketball be played in MJ's house!
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Omen that only the Chi bid link works

Basketball finals will be at United Center. Pre round at Allstate Arena.
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where in the book did it say that? Point it out for me.
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Allstate Arena Basketball: preliminary 20,000

United Center Basketball: finals 23,200
Gymnastics, artistic and trampoline 22,000
But capacity of the Unitd Center is 21.711.
Looks like bid books like to exaggerate
At Madrids Mini Book Bernabeus capacity is written as 90,000
http://www.gamesbids.com/english/bids/mad2016.shtml
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Well basketball arenas dont always fill to there all out capacity.

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Wow, why?
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They have Party Zones at the American Airlines Center in Dallas and during the playoffs they put in the bleachers in those areas for more Mav Maniacs.
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