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This thread is for our British coverage of the Sochi 2014 Paralympic Games on Channel 4 HD.
I think this may be of a usual find for you, when Anchorage bidded for the winter Olympics for the first time in 1985. Having a really strategic plan meant long enough before it became ousted from making it into the shortlist, which eventually went to Albertville. And after losing their 1994 bid to Lilliehammer during the 1988 Olympics in Seoul, they said: "No more, we're wasting money on such nonsense!"
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?