Jump to content

Search the Community

Showing results for tags '2030 Olympic Games'.



More search options

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


Forums

  • GB Newswire
    • GB Newswire
  • The Olympic Games
    • General Olympics Discussion
    • Lausanne 2020 Youth Olympic Winter Games
    • Tokyo 2020 Summer Games
    • Beijing 2022 Olympic Winter Games
    • Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympic Games
    • PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Winter Games
    • Rio de Janeiro 2016 Summer Games
    • Sochi 2014 Winter Games
  • Olympic Bid Discussions
    • PREMIUM MEMBER Olympic Bid Forum
    • 2026 Olympic Winter Games Bids
    • 2024 Olympic Games Bids
    • 2022 Olympic Games Bids
    • 2020 Olympic Games Bid
    • 2018 Olympic Winter Games Bids
    • 2016 Olympic Games Bids
  • Other Olympic Bids Discussion
    • Bids for the Youth Olympic Games
    • Olympic Sport Program Bids
    • Future Bids Discussion
    • Past Bids Discussion
  • Other International Games
    • FIFA World Cup / Bids
    • Other International Games / Bids
    • Commonwealth Games / Bids
    • Pan Am Games / Bids
    • Asian Games / Bids
    • Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games
    • Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games
    • Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games
    • Brazil 2014 FIFA World Cup
  • General and Olympic Related Off-Topic
    • General Off-Topic Discussion
    • Olympic and Bid Collectibles
    • GamesBids.com Events and Meetings
  • Special Forums
    • PREMIUM MEMBER Lounge
    • Ask The Moderator
  • Archives and Read Only Information Forums
    • London 2012 Summer Games
    • Innsbruck 2012 Winter Youth Olympic Games
    • UEFA Euro 2012
    • Singapore 2010 Youth Olympic Games
    • Vancouver 2010 Winter Games
    • Delhi 2010 Commonwealth Games
    • Nanjing 2014 Youth Olympic Games
    • Beijing 2008 Summer Games
    • GamesBids.com Forums News
    • Events

Find results in...

Find results that contain...


Date Created

  • Start

    End


Last Updated

  • Start

    End


Filter by number of...

Joined

  • Start

    End


Group


AIM


MSN


Website URL


ICQ


Yahoo


Jabber


Skype


Location


Interests

Found 7 results

  1. Welcome back everyone. Okay, first things first - results of the actual poll from the last round. We had 14 voters, all valid, cast their choices. We had no majority winner, but two, CobiWenlock's LA-Denver and Glacib's Stockholm, tie for least number of votes. I find tie-breaker votes for tail-enders to be tedious and tiresome, so I'll invoke executive powers here and, sadly, eliminate both. Thanks guys - really good efforts from both of you, but as always the competition is tough. Thanks so much for entering, and we'll see you both back, though, for the summer poll. Which brings us to Hoth. I didn't think I'd set a particularly high bar for it to pass through. I secretly liked the spice it was adding to the vote launch, so was hoping myself it may make it. And I've checked the numbers over and over to see if I could spin a positive result out of them. Sadly, even with all the best skullduggery I might have risked, the best I can get is four votes Yea against seven Nay. And those naysayers included three from members I really had to take seriously - the other competitors. So, I'm sorry Hoth, but the Emperor has given the orders to fire. We all know, however, that it's not the last we'll see of Paul in this year's comp - he'll be tango-ing in the summer rounds. Which leaves us with the four above to contest this next round. The rules for this stage are: This voting round will be open for (approximately) 24 hours - it will close after 7am, Monday January 4, Sydney time (8pm Jan 3 GMT). Voting will now be conducted in rounds until one entry has an absolute majority and is declared the winner. In this and following rounds, the logo with the lowest number of votes will be eliminated at the close of the poll. Vote in the poll for your favourite logo. You have ONE vote, so make it count. Your vote is public and can be seen by all. Entrants MAY vote for their own logo if they wish. Votes are valid if cast by members of GamesBids as of December 1 2015 with a bona fide posting record. I will rule on the validity of any suspicious or disputed votes, or who constitutes a bona fide voting member. I will not vote in this, or any subsequent rounds, unless a tie-breaker vote is needed. Be fair and sportsmanlike, this is meant to be fun and the entrants all deserve RESPECT. Good luck to our remaining contenders.
  2. Hmmmm. It's been a bit of a slow time this year on old GamesBids. Can't say I've been very active myself. But still, couldn't let the year close without the site's annual Christmas and New Year celebration of graphic talent. So, welcome ladies and gentlemen of GamesBids, site founder Rob Livingstone and IOC President Thomas Bach, to my home town of Sydney for the launch of the Eighth edition of the Official GamesBids Olympic Logo Design Comp. Okay, I guess this kick-off is a week or so earlier than usual, but I didn't want to run the risk of someone **cough... Puppy... cough** stealing the thunder. But Thanksgiving is just around the corner, December (and Christmas) is nigh, and, well, I had the time on my hands to get it going today. To introduce the theme for this year's comp, I'll hand over to Australia's own showtune chanteuse Caroline O'Connor to explain exactly what you're going to be putting your design minds to this year. Over to you Caroline.... Yep, as a tribute to the very first logo comp in the series, way back when Puppy kicked it off, and to go full circle, this year, (*almost) Anything Goes! Basically, you get to choose the cities. It's simple! Pick a city or cities. Design a logo. Post it. You can use any city at all with just one restriction - the only ones not in the mix are the ones that have already been featured, or won, a past GamesBids logo comp. So that means Prague, Rio de Janeiro, Sochi, Aomori, Dubai, Durban, Christchurch, New York City, Ostersund, Paris, Toronto, Bangkok, Melbourne and Tokyo are NOT eligible. But beyond that, let your imaginations or inclinations run wild - choose anything from Aachen to Addis Ababa or Zanzibar to Zermatt. You may want to try your hand at a previous real life host like Sydney, London or Beijing, or something totally new, like Liege or Raqqa. Let your inspiration or interests guide you. You may choose the same cities that other people have also chosen - no-one gets to "claim" a city as their own. It's always interesting to see how different people approach the same subject. Everyone is allowed two official entries - one for the Summer Games of 2028 and one for the Winter Games of 2030. That said, you can try out and post up as many logo proposals as you want - you may want to get feedback for which of your designs are most popular or even run your own mini-poll to decide which ones you will ultimately submit. But by the end of the submission period, midnight December 31 Sydney time, you must nominate only one logo for either or each of 2028 or 2030 to go forward into the voting rounds. Alternatively, you may want to submit your logo/s privately to me, via pm, so it is a surprise come the "Big Reveal" in January. Early in the New Year, all official entries will be displayed for a period of time and voting will commence soon after. The voting procedures will depend on how many entries we get. I anticipate we’ll vote on this in the traditional “IOC Host City Selection” format, but will tailor the procedure to the numbers received. More on that when the time comes. Oh... there's also going to be a special event taking place after the 2028 and 2030 comps wrap up. Again, more on that in January. When voting starts, you will be judged on the quality of your design, not on which city will host. Your logo/s can either be absolutely abstract or have significance for your host city. With your submission include a brief explanation on what the logo means and how it would symbolise a Games in your city. You may also want to show us how it looks in various templates or situations, like posters, banners, apps, cups, t-shirts and keyrings. The Olympic rings are to be used in your designs - this is for a host city, not a bid city. As usual, I will rule on any disputes. As always, just remember, this is all meant to be fun. Try to keep the spirit friendly. Hopefully this will spark up some action on the board. I'll be keeping a close eye on proceedings, but otherwise will try and keep hands-off until the polling stages. ​Have fun, good luck, and dazzle us with your talent everyone!
×