S.F. Begins Effort To Land '24 Games IOC's Bach: Reform Will Make Bid Process Friendlier IOC Releases Reform Agenda Beijing Seen As Front-Runner For '22 Games Giants' Baer Leading Bay Area's '24 Bid USOC May Help Colleges Fund Olympic Sports Boston Bid Hinges On Proximity Of Venues Boston Mayor Changes Tune On Olympics Bid Boston Bid To Use Computer Model To Make Case Could Oslo's Move Be Impetus For IOC Change?
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SBD Article Published November 21, 2014
" S.F. is "too small a city to handle an Olympics by itself. ...up all hopes of winning and hosting a successful Olympics right now.
In its "bid to make hosting the Olympics more enticing, and to avoid potentially difficult... ...it asking, 'How can we help you walk away with an Olympics today?" Macur writes Bach is "right" in that the Olympics "aren't dying. ...ities have turned away from the process as if the Olympics were toxic. IOC VP John Coates said that the Olympics "must modernise its program or risk losing releva...
SBD Article Published November 18, 2014
...e city "will be well along the road to hosting an Olympics -- a vast, complex, and incredibly costly underta... Also in Boston, Scott Kirsner wrote, "I love the Olympics -- just on my TV, not in my town. Call it the Innolympics: ...ancements as a hoped-for byproduct of hosting the Olympics, we would make them the main event" (BOSTON GLOBE...
SBD Article Published November 04, 2014
..."looks like the strongest bidder left to host an Olympics that few other cities seem to want," as a combina...
SBD Article Published November 03, 2014
...is "leading the Bay Area effort to snag" the '24 Olympics, according to Matier & Ross of the S.F. CHRONICLE...
SBD Article Published October 22, 2014
...universities as well as people who believe in the Olympics to support the endowment.
SBD Article Published October 20, 2014
Massachusetts Competitive Partnership President & CEO Dan O'Connell, who heads Boston 2024, on Friday said that Boston’s hopes to land the '24 Games "will hinge upon creating a 'compact' games, where venues would be either within walking distance of each other or accessible by mass transit," according to Marie Szaniszlo of the BOSTON HERALD. O'Connell said that many of the venues "would belong to local universities," and some "would be adapted or upgraded with the cooperation of the universit...
SBD Article Published October 14, 2014
...ially noncommittal about the prospect of a Boston Olympics," has now said that he "believes it could help th... ...ed Boston 2024 is "promising a privately financed Olympics that would depend on public infrastructure improv... ...y laying a plan out now, with the potential of an Olympics, it will get us there" (BOSTON GLOBE, 10/13).
SBD Article Published October 09, 2014
...th some possible modifications to accommodate the Olympics.
SBD Article Published October 03, 2014
" Asia already has the Olympics in '18 (Pyeongchang) and '20 (Tokyo), and it is "... ...tal -- less than a generation later -- the Winter Olympics as well. ...both cities "have money" and can "push through an Olympics without worrying too much about what citizens rea... ...er said countries are backing off bidding for the Olympics "because the costs of construction are so high" a...
SBD Article Published October 02, 2014
...rching fear is the ballooning cost of hosting the Olympics," after the reported $51B cost of the Sochi Games... ...ng, which in '08 hosted the most expensive Summer Olympics at $44B, is "not a winter sports mecca. ...the header, "Begging Beijing To Host 2022 Winter Olympics Bad Sign For IOC. ...just be that the IOC was reduced to peddling the Olympics to autocratic, anti-democratic regimes, where the...
SBD Article Published September 30, 2014
...orcing the contract with the threat of losing the Olympics "becomes nearly impossible in the final three yea...