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USOC Gauging Cities' Interest In Playing Host To '24 Games
Published February 19, 2013
The letter advised the cities that the cost of bidding could exceed $10M and take a multiyear commitment to bidding and the cost of hosting a Games could exceed $3B. It asked that interested cities contact USOC Chief of Bids & Protocol Chris Sullivan, who will provide information to assess a city’s viability as a host. The USOC highlighted some of the major requirements to host the Olympics such as providing 45,000 hotel rooms; developing an Olympic Village that sleeps 16,500 and has a 5,000-person dining hall; and providing public transportation service to venues.
POSSIBLE HOST CITIES FOR '24 GAMES