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  1. Congratulations Tokyo. See you in......
  2. Host city winner Madrid How many voting rounds to decide the winner 1 Which sport will be added wrestling Who will be the new IOC president X
  3. Sub Categories: » HOMEPAGE / TURKEY/ POLITICS Tuesday,August 27 2013 Turkish PM promises separate pools for men and womenRİZE - Hürriyet Daily News Print PageSend to friend » Share The prime minister accused global powers of being against 'Turkey’s rising power.' DHA photo Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan promised to bring separate Olympic pools for men and women to the Black Seaprovince of Rize, during a speech on Aug. 26. The prime minister was praising Rize’s football team, which was recently promoted to the top national league, when he said more services would be brought to theBlack Sea city, including Olympic pools. “It will not just be football. Hopefully [it will be] basketball and swimming too. We will also build Olympic pools for men and women too,” Erdoğan said, adding that such moves would “prevent Rize youth from acquiring bad habits.” “Rize will also have a rising graphic among other universities. It will get much better with high schools and imam hatips,” he added, in reference to the religious-based schools that are set to take become more prominent due to recent legislative changes. Strong Turkey Erdoğan’s speech also touched upon the ongoing crises in Syria and Egypt as the prime minister continued his fiery rhetoric against "Western powers." He mentioned the recent alleged chemical attack in Syria, and the death of the 17-year-old Esra in Egypt, who he said was “defending the honor of her and her family’s vote.” The prime minister accused global powers of being against "Turkey’s rising power," saying they were frightened by "the rising of history." “We are working hard, and we will work even harder,” Erdoğan said. http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/turkish-pm-promises-separate-pools-for-men-and-women.aspx?pageID=238&nID=53257&NewsCatID=338 Well done!!!
  4. It's the perfect time to Madrid. After the riots in Brazil or Turkey. The IOC needs a safe bid. We are in difficult times and would be an example for the world the Olympics with low budget. Also Madrid is investing for the Olympic Games for 10 years ago....
  5. Linkin Park. MTV Europe at Puerta de Alcala. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j4iAyTVt_AQ&feature=share&list=PLf9FE3Fx2nUiH55n3VChUXl4HHoZnIqf5
  6. http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=hncxW05nvoU Iluminate the Future.
  7. Welcome to madrid. Many people on this forum should visit madrid and see. Madrid's Olympic Village athletes can walk to the Olympic Stadium and is the size perfect city for a the games. Tokyo is too big and cold but I think is the biggest competitor of Madrid. Istanbul, the idea is good but has many problems, a possible war with Syria? Infrastructures. Human rights. Islam. etc...
  8. 464 days left for Buenos Aires. Win.
  9. Venues, hotels, concept. The Games are seen as an opportunity. 78% of the sports facilities and civilians are ready. Good transport network. Two previous experiences, the Olympic spirit and government support. DOHA OUT BAKU OUT TOKIO 8.02 INSTAMBUL 6.98 MADRID 8.08 in this moment, a favorite bid for IOC is MADRID.
  10. If Spain leave of Euro, is The End of the Euro. Spain has economic problems like everyone else. The Olympic Games are in 2020 now is 2012, and Madrid has 75% of the Olympic venues completed. It is more concerned about the lack of human rights in Turkey that the economy of Spain.
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