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  1. Looks like there's a chance this may start to gain traction. A couple of weeks ago, there were rumblings that at least 1 US city was showing interest in the Winter Olympics. Now it appears the USOC is willing to entertain the thought.. USOC expects to discuss possible Winter Olympic bid So let's see where this goes, but clearly this is beyond the purely hypothetical stage where the highest ranking members from the USOC have publicly acknowledged the possibility.
  2. budse

    Indonesia 2032

    Following successfully hosting the 18th Asian Games, Indonesia plans to bid for the 2032 Olympic Games. http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2018/09/01/indonesia-to-bid-for-2032-olympics.html
  3. The 2016-17 figure skating season officially concludes next week with the World Team Trophy in Tokyo but here's the schedule for the important events in the figure skating calendar for the Olympic season. Grand Prix Circuit Russia October 20-22, 2017 Canada October 27-29, 2017, Venue: Regina, Saskatchewan China November 3-5, 2017 Japan November 10-12, 2017 France November 17-19, 2017 USA November 24-26, 2017, Venue: Lake Placid, New York GP Final Japan December 7-10, 2017, Venue: Nagoya, Japan Challenger Circuit U.S. International FS Salt Lake City, USA September 13-17, 2017 Lombardia Trophy Bergamo, Italy September 14-17, 2017 Autumn Classic International Montreal, Canada September 20-23, 2017 Ondrej Nepela Trophy Bratislava, Slovak Republic September 21-23, 2017 Nebelhorn Trophy Oberstdorf, Germany September 27-30, 2017 (Olympic Qualifier) Finlandia Trophy Espoo, Finland October 6-8, 2017 Minsk-Arena Ice Star Minsk, Belarus October 27-29, 2017 Warsaw Cup Warsaw, Poland November 16-19, 2017 Tallinn Trophy Tallinn, Estonia November 21-26, 2017 Golden Spin of Zagreb Zagreb, Croatia December 6-9, 2017 Important Tournaments Europeans, January 15-21; Moscow Four Continents, January 23-28; Taipei Olympics, February 9-25; PyeongChang World Juniors, March 5-11; Sofia Worlds, March 19-25; Milan
  4. According to a NYT story, by 2050 several former winter Olympic hosts will no longer be able to host the winter olympics again due to climate change. Some on there weren't at all surprising to me like Sochi and Garmish (I've noticed a trend in warming temps there when I compared temps between that area and Pyeongchang while they were bidding to host the 2018 winter games). Looks like maybe Vancouver should try and put in 1 more bid soon. https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2018/01/11/climate/winter-olympics-global-warming.html
  5. We're just about halfway the games, but we already have some estimates of how much Pyeongchang 2018 has costed. $12.9 billion dollars. Still a farcry to the infamous $50 billion of Sochi, and it's almost on pair with the $13.1 billion of Rio 2016. Still though, it is a shame the costs increased because of transport (that train from Seoul to Gangneung along added a lot of money to the budget) https://www.cbssports.com/olympics/news/2018-winter-olympics-pyeongchang-games-reportedly-cost-4b-more-than-expected/ Time will tell, but the early indications are that the big bucks may be paying off. Just this week, Shaun White's gold-medal run at one of Pyeongchang's venues became the second most-watched event in NBC's Winter Games history.
  6. Well, we're just 3 days away for the start of the games (even if they technically start on thursday), so I imagined we might as well get started for the traditional Livechat thread to share our thoughts, views, joys and cringes. Even though this time many of us will have to wake up very early to watch the show. The opening ceremony will start at 8:00 PM (Korea's local time). That would be 5:00 AM (Central Standard Time), 6:00 AM (Eastern Standard Time) and 3:00 AM (Pacific Standard Time) in the US, respectively. If you want to know exactly at which hour the Opening begins, you can use this Timezone converter right here. https://www.worldtimeserver.com/convert_time_in_KR.aspx NBC will be broadcasting the Opening Ceremony live on their website, without commercial ads, for those living in the US. However if you know any other sources where we can watch the ceremony, make sure to share them with the rest of us.
  7. Epidemics have ruined lots of good plans. But this time it relates Olympic Games planned in South Korea and this is a catastrophe imo. https://www.reddit.com/r/korea/comments/7r8hd4/south_korea_is_hit_by_dangerous_bird_flu_virus/ Lots of financial and human resources have been already spent in the run-up to the Games. But the risks are too high to ignore this challenge called H5N6.
  8. MUMBAI India's Olympic Association has asked the government for permission to bid for the 2032 Olympics and 2030 Asian Games as part of a drive to put the country at the heart of the international sporting community, IOA President N. Ramachandran has told Reuters. Ramachandran said the IOA also wanted India to host the Asian Beach Games in 2020, the Olympic Council of Asia's general assembly that year, and the International Olympic Committee session in 2021. The aim, Ramachandran said, was to use the engagement as a catalyst for the growth of Olympic sports in India and to help improve the country's miserable standing in pretty much every sport apart from cricket. As the world's secondmost populous nation after China, Ramachandran said it was time for India to follow its powerful neighbour in showcasing its burgeoning economic muscle through sport. Dismissing concerns about whether India can afford to stage such huge sporting spectacles, Ramachandran said the country was one of the few in the region that did have the means. It was up to the government to set the wheels in motion, he told Reuters in an interview. "From my part, I am telling them if you bid, I will make sure you get it," he added. Ramachandran said he had spoken about India's prospects of hosting an Olympics with IOC President Thomas Bach, an indication of the early groundwork required for a serious bid. "You cannot take a decision today and say, 'I want to host an Olympic Games tomorrow.' It is an eightyear process. So you have to start now," Ramachandran said. "If you are looking at anything it's 2032. That will give you 10 years to improve the infrastructure and you will have a decision (to make) in the next four to six years." The Indian government had agreed to discuss the proposals in cabinet and revert back to the IOA, Ramachandran added. ECONOMIC POWER Winning the hosting rights for an Olympic Games is not the hot ticket it once was. Los Angeles and Paris are the only candidates left in the race for the 2024 Olympics after four other cities pulled out over cost concerns. The IOC will award both the 2024 and 2028 Summer Games at the same time and the expectation is that the two cities will host one each. For the 2022 Winter Games, four of six bidders pulled out citing high costs or lack of support, leaving Beijing to beat Almaty in the final vote. Ramachandran was confident India, which has Asia's thirdlargest economy, would be capable of meeting the costs. "India is one of the emerging economies," he said. "Even assuming you spend $12 billion on an Olympic event, $6 billion will be given to you by the IOC. "What is $6 billion over a period of eight years for a country which has the size of the economy which India has today? "Not many countries today wish to host the Olympics. China has already had everything possible that can be hosted." In terms of hosting experience, India has successfully staged several global cricket tournaments, and FIFA say they are satisfied with preparations for the Under17 World Cup in October. But a question mark over the country's ability to host an international multisports event has hung over India since the 2010 Commonwealth Games, a $6 billion event billed as Delhi's answer to the Beijing Olympics. LEARNED FROM MISTAKES A series of embarrassments over leaking stadiums and filthy accommodation culminated in Games chief Suresh Kalmadi spending nine months in prison for inflating tenders worth millions of dollars. Ramachandran said there would be no repeat of those blunders. "We have learnt from our mistakes. You see the South Asian Games (in 2016) that was hosted in Guwahati. Nobody said anything," he added. "We should stick to what we know best technical conduct of the Games. Even when we hosted the Commonwealth Games in India, (the IOC) praised the technical conduct of the event. And we also did very well in the medals tally." While the hosts finished second to Australia at the 2010 Commonwealth Games, to say that India has underperformed at the Olympics is an understatement. India has won just 28 medals since 1900, with Abhinav Bindra claiming the country's only individual gold medal in the men's 10 metre air rifle in Beijing. "We have very clearly advised the government that if you are just going to send your athletes to participate in international tournaments, that alone will not be sufficient for sports to grow in India," Ramachandran said. "You also need to conduct multisports events in India. Because then you will have more referees, more officials, your administrators can get into international sports federations. source: http://economictimes.indiatimes.com
  9. August 29, 2016 - Protests against the coup explode in Brazil between Olympics and Paralympics RIO DE JANEIRO SÃO PAULO BRASÍLIA (CAPITAL CITY) FLORIANÓPOLIS ____________________________________________________________________ AND TODAY, IN SÃO PAULO IMAGES FROM FACEBOOK (Mídia Ninja and Jornalistas Livres) Here: https://www.facebook.com/jornalistaslivres/photos https://www.facebook.com/midiaNINJA/?fref=ts
  10. Rio 2016 is not an event with protests against the interim president Michel Temer, only. Rio 2016 is an event with art and sport celebration too OLYMPIC BOULEVARD - Rio's Port Area Rio’s Olympic Boulevard unveils massive mural celebrating indigenous cultures One of the most impressive works in our recent spotlight on Rio de Janeiro’s vibrant street art scene is a brand new masterpiece by Brazilian artist Eduardo Kobra, who just transformed a whopping 190-meter-long (that’s over 600 feet) wall in Rio’s renovated port district into a celebration of the world’s indigenous cultures. Measuring almost 3,000-square-meters in size, "Ethnicities," (or Etnias, in Portuguese) hopes to secure a Guinness World Record for the largest mural from a single artist. The mural features five colorfully abstracted faces, each representing an indigenous population hailing from the five world continents depicted in the Olympic rings. http://www.curbed.com/2016/8/8/12402118/rio-olympics-mural-kobra BEACH VOLLEYBALL - Copacabana Beach WOMEN'S MARATHON - Around the Museum of Tomorrow WOMEN'S MARATHON - And the SugarLoaf with the cablecar TENIS ARENA - Olympic Park
  11. I made this video from a building and i want to share this beautiful experience with all of you. I hope you will like it
  12. Hello there!, First, let me introduce myself, My name is Sabin, I come from Onesti, Romania. Growing up, I was very interested in gymnastics (mainly the women's) Romania is actually a large gymnastics nation (Nadia came from Onesti!) Anyway, I started this topic so I could discuss the many scandals and robberies that have taken place in gymnastics events at the Olympics, I will be mainly focussing on the women's side but if anyone has any suggestions, feel free to ask and I would love to study them, here's the first of many - Andreea Raducan being stripped of her 2000 All-Around Gold - In 2000, Romania made history by winning their first ever team gold medal in women's gymnastics. Not only that, they again made history when all three of their gymnasts (Maria Olaru, Simona Amanar & Andreea Raducan) swept the All-Around Podium at the Sydney Games. However, soon after her historic win, Raducan was stripped of her All-Around Gold when she was found to test positive for Pseudoephedrine. Raducan and her Coaches stated that she was given the substance in the form of 2 cold pills by team physician and that she had no idea that the substance was in them. They did not affect her performance either since the substance she took was supposed to make her dizzy. Her teammate, Simona Amanar (Who won Silver in the All-Around) had also taken the substance (Again, without her knowledge) but since she was older and taller than Raducan, it did not affect her. Many Romanians (Including 1976 AA Champion Nadia Comaneci) Went against the IOC's decision and demanded the medal should be given back to Raducan, But the IOC Refused to do so. This all lead to Amanar being promoted to Gold Medal position, Olaru upgraded to Silver and China's Liu Xuan was given the Bronze. All 3 refused a formal Ceremony after the Medals was re-handed out, It is also said that Amanar returned the Medal to Raducan after the Games. A few years later the substance Raducan had taken was UNBANNED which I think is injustice to Andreea meaning she should be Re-Instated as Olympic All-Around Champion of 2000. I believe Andreea should be given her title back, No matter how long ago it was, it was injustice to her. If the IOC care about doping to a point where they would strip someone who didn't even know she was taking a substance that was banned, Why haven't they stripped the GDR of their 1988 Olympic Team Bronze when Dagmar Kersten ADMITTED to taking drugs without her knowledge? Up Next - USA's .5 Deduction Allowing The GDR To Take Team Bronze.
  13. khaled

    Host Announcements

    I didn't find one of these threads here, so I thought I'd make one. I found a video on youtube once which showed the host city announcements for the olympics from 1976-2020 but now its gone! There are a few one websites. I'll post the ones I find.
  14. http://www.nbcnews.com/news/sports/ioc-awards-olympics-broadcast-rights-nbc-through-2032-n99391 The International Olympic Committee (IOC) on Wednesday awarded NBCUniversal (NBCU) the broadcast rights in the USA for the Olympic Games through to 2032. NBCU has acquired the broadcast rights across all media platforms, including free-to-air television, subscription television, internet and mobile. The agreement from 2021 to 2032 is valued at USD 7.65 billion, plus an additional USD 100 million signing bonus to be used for the promotion of Olympism and the Olympic values between 2015 and 2020. The agreement is a major contribution to the long-term financial stability of the entire Olympic Movement. The IOC distributes more than 90 per cent of the revenue it generates to support the International Sports Federations; the 204 National Olympic Committees and their Olympic teams; and the Organising Committees of each Olympic Games.
  15. After the London Worlds, all eyes are set for Sochi. Here are the important calendar for the 2013-14 Figure Skating Season Season 2013/14: October 18 – 20, 2013: Skate America; Detroit, MI, USA October 25 – 27, 2013: Skate Canada International; Saint John, NB, Canada November 1 – 3, 2013: Cup of China; Beijing, China November 8 – 10, 2013: NHK Trophy; Tokyo, Japan November 15 – 17, 2013: Trophee Eric Bompard; Paris, France November 22 – 24, 2013: Rostelecom Cup; Moscow, Russia December 5 – 8, 2013: ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final; Fukuoka, Japan Olympic Qualifier (for countries who failed to secure spots at London, Ont. Worlds): September 26-28, 2013: Nebelhorn Trophy; Oberstdorf, Germany Important Tournaments: January 13-19, 2014: European Figure Skating Championships; Budapest, Hungary January 20-26, 2014: Four Continents Figure Skating Championships; Taipei, Taiwan February 6-22, 2014: XXII Olympic Winter Games; Sochi, Russia March 10-16, 2014: World Junior Figure Skating Championships; Sofia, Bulgaria March 24-30, 2014: World Figure Skating Championships; Saitama, Japan
  16. We are about to start the X version of the South American Games, formerly known as ODESUR Games. The host this time is Santiago de Chile which have renewed and constructed many new venues to the event. This is the greatest plan for sport facilities construction ever made in the country The opening ceremony is on March 7, (a couple of hours later than Sochi Paralympics Opening Ceremony) The enthusiasm is vibing Santiago people.
  17. Well if we're going to have BBC and CBC threads, clearly we need an NBC thread as well. Go ahead everyone.. bitch away!
  18. Team USA

    Day 17 Thread

    Well hard to believe this is the last day of the games. Just like to say first Thank You for welcoming me on the forum and I will definitely be back occasionally to give my thoughts on Olympics Bids and other topics. MEDAL COUNT 1.RUS 29 11 Gold 2.USA 27 3.NOR 26 11 Gold 4.CAN 24 5.NED 24 TODAY'S SCHEDULE Cross Country Men's 50km Mass Start Free MEDAL 11:00 Bobsleigh Four man Heat 3 13:30 Heat 4 MEDAL 15:00 Ice Hockey Men's Gold Medal Game SWE V CAN MEDAL 16:00 Closing Ceremony 20:00 Enjoy the final day of the 22th Olympic Winter Games!
  19. Team USA

    Day 16 Thread

    Welcome to the final weekend of the games and what a games it's been and yes even with USA's Hockey lost I will continue to watch MEDAL COUNT 1.USA 27 2.RUS 26 3.CAN 24 4.NOR 22 10 Gold 5.NED 22 TODAY'S SCHEDULE Sochi Time Alpine Skiing Men's Slalom Run 1 16:45 Run 2 MEDAL 20:15 Biathlon Men's Relay 4by 7.5km MEDAL 18:30 Bobsleigh Four Man Heat 1 20:30 Heat 2 22:00 Ice Hockey Men's Bronze Medal Game USA V FIN 19:00 Snowboard Parallel Slalom Qualif underway 1/8 Finals Ladies 13:15 Men 13:27 Quarterfinals Ladies 14:03 Men's 14:09 Semifinals Ladies 14:30 Men's 14:33 Finals MEDALS Ladies 14:46 Men's 14:50 Speed Skating Ladies Team Pursuit Semifinals 17:30 Men's Team Pursuit Finals MEDAL 17:51 Ladies Team Pursuit Finals MEDAL 18:14 Have a great day Discuss
  20. Team USA

    Day 15 Thread

    Well it's hard to believe we're in the last 3 days of these Olympics . I am a little disappointed by USA's lost to Canada but if we lose tomorrow I'll probably quit watching the rest of the games MEDAL COUNT 1.USA 25 2.RUS 23 3.NED 22 4.NOR 21 10 gold 5.CAN 20 TODAY'S SCHEDULE Sochi Time Alpine Skiing Women's Slalom Run 1 16:45 Run 2 MEDAL 20:15 Biathlon Women's 4 by 6km Relay MEDAL 18:30 Curling Men's Bronze Medal Game CHN V SWE 12:30 Men's Gold Medal Game MEDAL 17:30 Freestyle Skiing Ladies Ski Cross Seeding 11:45 1/8 Finals 13:30 Quarterfinals 14:05 Semifinal 14:25 Final MEDAL 14:41 Ice Hockey Men's Playoffs Semifinals SWE V FIN 16:00 USA V CAN 21:00 Short Track Men's 500m Quarterfinals 20:30 Ladies 1000m Quarterfinals 20:44 Men's 500m Semifinals 21:13 Ladies 1000m Semifinals 21:21 Men's 500m Finals MEDAL 21:43 Ladies 1000m Finals MEDAL 21:53 Men's 5000m Relay Final MEDAL 22:18 Speed Skating Men's Team Pursuit Quarterfinals 17:30 Ladies Team Pursuit Quarterfinals 18:23 Men's Team Pursuit Semifinals 19:13 Enjoy the Games GO USA BEAT CANADA
  21. Team USA

    Day 14 Thread

    Not many sports today but many BIG high profiled events MEDAL COUNT 1.USA !! 23 2.RUS 22 3.NED 22 4.NOR 20 5.CAN 18 TODAY'S SCHEDULE Sochi Time Curling Women's Bronze Medal Game GBR V SUI 12:30 Women's Gold Medal Game MEDAL SWE V CAN 17:30 Figure Skating Ladies Free Skating MEDAL 19:00 Freestyle Skiing Men's Ski Cross Seeding 11:45 1/8 Final 13:30 Quarterfinals 14:05 Semifinals 14:25 Finals MEDAL 14:41 Ladies Ski Halfpipe Qualif 18:30 Final MEDAL 21:30 Ice Hockey Women's Bronze Medal Game SUI V SWE Women's Gold Medal Game MEDAL CAN V USA 21:00 Nordic Combined Team Gundersen LH/ 4 by 5km Competition Round 12:00 Cross Country MEDAL 15:30 Enjoy the Day
  22. Team USA

    Day 13 Thread

    We are now in the home stretch of the olympics and we have the big hockey quarterfinals today featuring Team USA, Canada, and Russia MEDAL COUNT 1.NED 20 2.USA 20 3.RUS 19 4.NOR 18 5.CAN 17 TODAY'S SCHEDULE Sochi Time Alpine Skiing Men's Giant Slalom Run 1 11:00 Run 2 MEDAL 14:30 Biathlon 2 by 6km Women + 2 by 7.5km Men's Mixed Relay MEDAL 18:30 Bobsleigh Women's Heat 3 20:15 Heat 4 MEDAL 21:25 Cross Country Ladies Team Sprint Classic Semifinals 13:15 Men's Team Sprint Classic Semifinals 14:05 Ladies Final MEDAL 15:45 Men's Final MEDAL 16:15 Curling Women's Semifinal GBR V CAN 14:00 SWE V SUI 14:00 Men's Semifinal SWE V GBR CAN V CHN 19:00 Figure Skating Ladies Short Program 19:00 Ice Hockey Men's Playoffs Quarterfinals SWE V SLO 12:00 FIN V RUS 16:30 CAN V LAT USA V CZE 21:00 Snowboard Big Day Ladies and Men's Giant Slalom Qualif Underway 1/8 Finals Ladies 13:00 Men's 13:12 Quarterfinal Ladies 13:48 Men's 13:54 Semifinals Ladies 14:15 Men's 14:18 Finals MEDAL Ladies 14:31 Men's 14:45 Speed Skating Ladies 5000m MEDAL 17:30 Enjoy the day and GO USA
  23. Team USA

    Day 12 Thread

    An action back day in Sochi here's what's coming up MEDAL COUNT 1.RUS 18 2.USA 18 3.NED 17 4.NOR 15 5.CAN 15 TODAY'S SCHEDULE Sochi Time Alpine Skiing Women's Giant Slalom Run 1 under way Run 2 MEDAL 13:00 Biathlon Men's 15km Mass Start MEDAL 14:30 Bobsleigh Women's Heat 1 19:15 Heat 2 20:20 Curling Men's Tie Breaker Session 1 underway NOR V GER right now tied at 2 Freestyle Skiing Men's Ski Halfpipe Qualif 17:45 Final MEDAL 21:30 Ice Hockey Men's Playoffs Qualif SLO V AUT 12:00 RUS V NOR 16:30 CZE V SVK SUI V LAT 21:00 Women's Classification ( why is this needed ) GER V JPN 12:00 FIN V RUS 16:30 Nordic Combined Individual Gundersen LH / 10 km, Competition Round 13:30 Cross Country MEDAL 16:30 Short Track Ladies 1000m Heats 13:30 Men's 500m Heats 14:15 Ladies 3000m Relay Finals 14:54 MEDAL Snowboard Men's Snowboard Cross 1/8 Finals 10:30 Quarterfinals 10:58 Semifinal 11:10 Final MEDAL 11:18 Speed Skating Men's 10000m MEDAL 17:00 Enjoy the day Discuss
  24. Team USA

    Day 11 Thread

    Well Happy President's Day (US) so another day of watching great olympic action MEDAL COUNT 1.NED 17 2.RUS 16 3.USA 16 4.NOR 14 5.CAN 14 TODAY'S SCHEDULE Sochi Time Biathlon Men's 15km Mass Start POSTPONED Women's 12.5 km Mass Start MEDAL 19:00 Bobsleigh Two Man Heat 3 18:30 Heat 4 MEDAL 20:05 Curling Women's Round Robin Session 11 underway Men's Round Robin Session 12 GER V RUS SUI V USA NOR V DEN CHN V GBR 14:00 Women's Round Robin Session 12 CHN V SUI DEN V GBR SWE V JPN CAN V KOR 19:00 Figure Skating Ice Dance Free Dance MEDAL 19:00 Freestyle Skiing Men's Aerials Qualif 1 17:45 Qualif 2 18:30 Final 1 21:30 Final 2 21:55 Final 3 22:12 MEDAL Ice Hockey Women's Playoffs semifinals USA V SWE 16:30 CAN V SUI 21:00 Ski Jumping Men's Team 1st Round 21:15 Men's Team Final Round MEDAL 22:22 Snowboard Men's Snowboard Cross Seeding CANCELLED 1/8 Finals ? 13:30 Quarterfinals 13:52 Semifinals 14:04 Finals FINAL 14:12 Enjoy the day Discuss
  25. Team USA

    Day 10 Thread

    Welcome to day 10 after this it will be 1 more week of olympics action another great day today MEDAL COUNT 1.RUS 15 2.NED 14 3.USA 14 4.NOR 13 5.GER 12 (7 gold ) TODAY'S SCHEDULE Sochi Time Alpine Skiing Men's Super G under way Biathlon Men's 15km Mass Start MEDAL 19:00 Bobsleigh !! Two Man Heat 1 20:15 Heat 2 21:50 Cross Country Men's Relay 4 by 10km MEDAL 14:00 Curling Men's Round Robin Session 10 underway Women's Round Robin Session 10 USA V CAN SWE V RUS DEN V KOR JPN V SUI 14:00 Men's Round Robin Session 11 CHN V CAN USA V SWE NOR V SUI GER V DEN 19:00 Figure Skating Ice Dance Short Dance 19:00 GO Davis and White !! Ice Hockey Women's Classifications 5 to 8 (who really cares about what place they get) FIN V GER 12:00 RUS V JPN 21:00 Men's Group B AUT V NOR 12:00 FIN V CAN 21:00 Men's Group A RUS V SVK 16:30 SLO V USA 16:30 Snowboard Ladies Snowboard Cross Seeding 11:00 Quarterfinals 13:15 Semifinals 13:30 Finals MEDAL 13:40 Speed Skating Ladies 1500m MEDAL 18:00 Not many medals but some good events enjoy the day
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