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  1. The ironic thing is many cities actually think they could pull that bid off. About a year ago someone on this site who shall remain nameless mentioned Columbus and I think Louisville as possible cities to host the games. He used the same bid plan with the main football stadium, new dorms, etc. I'm guessing you weren't being serious, but no, it wouldn't work. BTW, nice editing
  2. What in the world are you talking about?
  3. The US has a pretty slim chance for 2024 but I don't think they're done for. Seems like since 2000 the IOC likes to switch off from a previous host city to a new city. Sydney-Athens, Beijing-London, etc. Perhaps we'll see Tokyo-New York something like that, but it's just a though. Regarding 2026 and 2028, if the US wants the 2026 games it's almost a given. The IOC isn't going to put them in Europe two games in a row, and I don't see them putting them back in Asia when that would be 2 out of the past 3 games there. 2028 is obviously not a given, but they have a much better chance then 2024. Ver
  4. As of June of this year the stadium's renovation proposal was approved. Previous renovation caused the track space to be covered by new seating(the light red seats closest to the field) but not completely lost. The new renovation will loose the space that could be used for a running track meaning that if LA wants to bid for the 2024 games they would either need to build a new stadium or renovated the stadium twice in 10 years. Current Stadium: http://www.worldstadiums.com/stadium_pictures/north_america/united_states/california/los_angeles_memorial.shtml Future Renovation: http://football.b
  5. I speak from experience when I say watching a sporting event in the DC summer are some of the worst hours of my life. 100+ heat in the late afternoon. I've never been to Atlanta so I can't talk from experience but a DC summer is unbearable (no offense to anyone from DC). That would want to replace a stadium that's not even 30 years old? Does money grow on trees for them?
  6. DC United reached a tentative deal for a new stadium with some sort of redevelopment plan for the area as well. Similar to the Nationals and their new ballpark. But even if they weren't getting a new stadium, building an olympic stadium then downsizing it for a team that averages less then 15,000 people per game sounds silly.
  7. DC is a nice city, but it shouldn't host the olympics. No professional sports teams or colleges are looking for a new stadium, and I don't think anyone is willing to pay for a temporary one. And those are just some of the problems regarding the actual olympic plan. This doesn't mention security risks, funding, and a major negative(my personal view) the summer heat.
  8. I'm not trying to knock your ideas, but many cities have most of those features (except #6). Your list isn't really something Paris has, it's something every olympic bid city SHOULD have.
  9. I'm not sure if I agree with you on that. Since 2026 games are almost certain to go to North America if they don't get it in 2024, I don't see the IOC giving N.A. the games again in 2028, even if one is summer and one is winter.
  10. Speaking of blocking, does anyone know where Crusader is?
  11. The IOC is not going to put the games in North America 3 times in 8 years. Plus you forgot about Africa and South America. Your list is 24 years, I'm pretty sure we're going to see at least one of those continents host the games in that period of time.
  12. This is going to be for the Winter Games right?
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