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2015 will be the year that will be showing the faith of 6 bidders (3-4 perhaps with the cut) to host the 2022 Olympic Winter Games. A pretty random race, everyone expected a German-Norweigan showndown that won't happen. As you know I was a total supporter of a Munich bid which for me would have been the clear frontrunner... For me, this stands this way... - Stockholm: Sweden tried to much in the past century and in 2002 the last time... It'd be fair enough for a winter contry that never has hosted to win this race. - Oslo: always strong Norway, but Lillehammer hosting YOG may give us t
Krakow Considers 2022 Bid Officials from Krakow, Poland will meet this weekend to discuss a potential bid for the 2022 Winter Olympics, Around the Rings has learned. Henryk Urbas, a spokesman for the Polish Olympic Committee, tells ATR "very preliminary meetings" with local and regional authorities are scheduled for Saturday and Sunday. Krakow, Poland's second largest city with 1.4 million residents, is considered the country's artistic and cultural capital. Source: Thoughts?