Tony E Loves Architecture Posted January 12, 2014 Report Share Posted January 12, 2014 So they won't have the same issue 8 years later? I think that even if Krakow didn't do multi-country, then Stockholm or Oslo would still win. I can kind of see now that I might of been a bit over the top with the multi-bid saga. But even if the IOC has no problem with multi-country, Stockholm or Oslo (Still think Stockholm) will win. That just restates the question without an answer. WHY won't the IOC support a bid with a discipline in another country. The thing is, is that excluding the Melbourne 1956 Co-Hosting with Stockholm because of circumstances, the Olympics has never been Multi-Country. But with Fifa, The World Cup in 2002 was co-hosted by Japan and South Korea. UEFA has co-hosted Euro's 3 times, Holland and Belgium 2000, Austria and Switzerland 2008 and Poland and Ukraine 2012, which shows they would accept a joint bid again in the future, where the IOC hasn't in the past before. But I suppose, I might of been over the top with the multi-country bid saga with Krakow. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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