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USOC BOD Approves Creation Of New U.S. Olympic Foundation
Published June 11, 2013
Blackmun also briefed the board on the USOC's effort to identify a U.S. bid city for the ‘24 Olympics. He said the organization is speaking with 10 cities about bidding for those Games. Dallas, Philadelphia and Baltimore-Washington have all publicly expressed interest, but Blackmun declined to confirm the interest of any cities. The USOC hopes to narrow the list to three cities by the end of the year and then select a city to put forward by the end of '14.