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PyeongChang 2018 Venues

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3 hours ago, Trylon said:

From all that I see via television coverage, PeyongChang has does a masterful job in presenting this Olympic Winter games,  The venues are impressive and even spectacular.  There appear to be no significant problems with any venue and it appears these are truly winter games in a winter climate with fresh snow almost daily and cold, crisp days with brilliantly blue skies.  Its a far cry from Sochi where air temps sometimes  reached summertime highs during several days and Alpine events were held on melting snow.  The spectacular PeyongChang scenery, the thoughtful amenities provided at each venue to make events more "user friendly" for the participants, the outstanding maintenance at each venue--it all adds up to a remarkably professional and positive Olympic experience.  Just watching young attendants clearing the ice of flowers and other gifts tossed to the skaters, or holding gates and doors for athletes as they arrive or depart a venue, or sweeping the shooting mats on the biathlon course--the list goes on.  South Korea evidently has considered every aspect of of successful Olympic experience.  It appears that in a crazy world PeyongChang has masterfully create a truly joyful Olympic experience free from scandal, major glitches or significant mistakes.  I hope those remarkable facilities continue to host world competitions for decades to come and continue to bring prosperity to that region.  South Korea has done an outstanding job.  And the 2018 winter sports facilities give rise to the argument that the games deserve a  permanent home with the very best of facilities.  PeyngChang fits the bill.  Those venues deserved to see another winter games in the near future.

corporate bullshit or troll ? I don't know. 

Fresh snow ? Bullshit too, fake snow 98%. Please stop to say this kind of things when you don't know what about you talk. 

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I only know what I saw on television but it certainly appeared to me that South Korean organizers managed to bid a spectacularly impressive winter sports complex that shod serve them well for the rest of this century.  The entire games seemed to be blessed by true winter weather and even deep blue skies making it all seems idyllic.  But it was the beautiful venues, the remarkable infrastructure, the art sculptures--all of it-- that made the games seem to be meticulously planned and a joy to attend.

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