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Future Olympic Hosts    Documents

 

Contractual Framework for Hosting the Olympic and Paralympic Games

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Future Host Commissions: Terms of Reference

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Rules of Conduct: Continuous Dialogue

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Rules of Conduct: Targeted Dialogue

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Future Host Questionnaire – Olympic Games

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Future Host Questionnaire – Olympic Winter Games

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Host City Contract - Operational Requirements - June 2018

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Future Olympic Hosts    Documents

 

 

 

Contractual Framework for Hosting the Olympic and Paralympic Games

Credit: >> IOC - Click here to read more <<

 

Future Host Commissions: Terms of Reference

Credit:  >>  IOC - Click here to read more    <<         

 

Rules of Conduct: Continuous Dialogue

Credit:  >>  IOC - Click here to read more <<

 

Rules of Conduct: Targeted Dialogue

Credit:  >> IOC - Click here to read more <<

 

Future Host Questionnaire – Olympic Games

Credit:  >> IOC - Click here to read more <<

 

 

Future Host Questionnaire – Olympic Winter Games

Credit:  >> IOC - Click here to read more <<

 

 

Host City Contract - Operational Requirements - June 2018

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Is there any where to get Brisbane's responses to this questionaire?

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1 hour ago, Victorian said:

Is there any where to get Brisbane's responses to this questionaire?

I don’t think so.

Very likely kept under very strictly under wraps and only for the eyes of the IOC and the Brisbane Candidature Group.   July is not too far away so we should not have to wait long see these details after the Vote.

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Overnight Presentation by Brisbane 2032 to ARISF

- Association of IOC Recognised International Sport Federations

 

29 May 2021 (AEST):

Reporter Tracey Holmes from ABC News Australia has just reported on ABC News24 that, following the lodgement of all final documents to the IOC a few days ago, the Brisbane 2032 Candidature Group made a formal presentation to the ARISF overnight.

 

 

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6 hours ago, AustralianFan said:

 

Overnight Presentation by Brisbane 2032 to ARISF

- Association of IOC Recognised International Sport Federations

 

29 May 2021 (AEST):

Reporter Tracey Holmes from ABC News Australia has just reported on ABC News24 that, following the lodgement of all final documents to the IOC a few days ago, the Brisbane 2032 Candidature Group made a formal presentation to the ARISF overnight.

 

 

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presumably one of the final hurdles before july

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Build QLD: Gabba redevelopment to be completed in time for 2029 Ashes, proposed timeline says

The proposed timeline for the $1 billion Gabba redevelopment has been set, as 2032 Olympic Games bid ramps up, and the entire bid package could lead to a major change for Mt Coot-tha in the process.

The iconic Gabba could be redeveloped between the 2025 and 2029 Ashes series and in time for a Brisbane 2032 Olympics, bid planners have revealed.

Under the proposed timeline if Brisbane successfully wins the right to host the biggest event in the world, when Cross River Rail construction finished in 2024, the work site would then be used to build the new Gabba.

Cross River Rail will take sports fans straight to the Gabba doorstep, cutting out the current 20-minute walk from South Bank station, event bus from the city or getting stuck in cabs queuing back up onto the Expressway.

As well as the Gabba providing a new stadium for AFL and cricket, bid planners are also working on community hubs that would be used for local sport in the years before 2032 then host Games events on the Gold and Sunshine coasts, Logan and Moreton Bay, an Infrastructure Partnerships Australia seminar was told.

A successful Olympics bid could change the Brisbane skyline, with television channels pushing to leave Mt Coot-tha and take their towers down and hand back their 99-year leases.

Committee for Brisbane vice president and Nine Queensland managing director Kylie Blucher said the mountain could be handed back to the public.

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“Changes to the industry have seen the end of most local production and those buildings are no longer fit for purpose,” Ms Blucher said.

“They are tired and expensive to maintain and, from a technical point of view, the stations do not need to be there. 

“Channel Nine would happily leave the mountain and hand its lease back. I believe 7 and 10 would do the same.

“The 2032 Olympics and Paralympics will require a state-of-the-art media centre to be created in Brisbane that will house about 25,000 media representatives. Bowen Hills, already home to News Corporation, is one possible site.

“A legacy might be that the television stations move permanently as anchor tenants into that centre.

“Mt Coot-tha is among Brisbane’s greatest assets – 1600 hectares of bushland that is a hugely popular place for recreation. The TV station sites, with panoramic views across the city and with an established development footprint, are perfect for tourism investment that leverages our beautiful bushland.”

The Courier-Mail is presenting the Build Queensland campaign in partnership with Master Builders, The Star Entertainment Group, Brisbane Airport, Inland Rail, Cross River Rail, Transurban and Urbis to highlight the opportunities and challenges facing the state, with industry leaders united on the Games being a shining light on the Queensland horizon.

The Star Entertainment Group chairman John O’Neill said securing the Olympics would create a decade-long “green and gold runway” for Queensland and Australia.

The former sports administrator, who joined Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk, Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner and Prime Minister’s representative MP Ted O’Brien on the trip to IOC HQ in Lausanne two years ago, said there was no event like the Olympics for putting Brisbane on the world map.

He said winning the right to host wasn’t a “done deal” but the Olympics offered possible massive benefits across Queensland.

“Hosting 2032 is about more than just two weeks of sport. It provides a 10-year green and gold runway through to 2032.

“We need to look at 2032 not as the end point but the beginning. It’s the legacy.

“It’s about sport being supercharged in Queensland and right across the nation.

“There’s the opportunity to deliver critical transport and community infrastructure by fast-tracking those projects.

“The excitement we have at Star is around tourism and jobs growth in Queensland.

“There’s an extraordinary number of supply chain opportunities for businesses right across Queensland.

“Money can’t buy the global advertorial that goes with hosting the Olympics so Queensland and Australia’s reputation will be front and centre for 10 years and thereafter.

“The extraordinary economic benefit that major events create for the gross state product for Queensland and the GDP for Australia is unarguable.”

In June 2019, The Courier-Mail and sister SEQ mastheads officially backed the bid with front page editorials and has continued to fuel the push for the 2032 Games and the billions of dollars and 100,000 jobs it promises for Queensland.

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Brisbane is set for a 10-year “green and gold runway” if it wins the right to host the 2032 Olympics (AAP image, John Gass)

The SEQ Council of Mayors proposed a Games bid to fast-track public transport with a feasibility study which gathered momentum on the back of The Courier-Mail’s Future SEQ campaign that warned the southeast risked grinding to a halt as major roads hit peak congestion by the early 2030s.

Council of Mayors chair, Lord Mayor Schrinner said “talk about a prospective Games is thrilling”.

“But for it to be a success and for South East Queensland to manage growth, we cannot lose sight of the real prize, which is the infrastructure our residents need to get around the region safer and faster,” he said.

Infrastructure Association of Queensland chief executive officer Priscilla Radice said securing the Games would be a chance to deliver vital mass transit.

“A successful 2032 Games bid will be an opportunity to create a legacy, to make sure we deliver on mass transit, walkability, digital innovation, and other vital infrastructure needed for a rapidly growing state,” Ms Radice said.

“It might also be the catalyst we need to get the three levels of government working together and collaborating with the private sector. 

“The 2032 Games is not the ends, it is the means – it is a deadline to give us the sense of urgency to act; before it’s too late.”

By Dan Knowles

May 30, 2021

Credit: The Courier Mail

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The three huge factors that will change southeast Qld forever

Southeast Queensland is on the cusp of significant and exciting change. 

At the centre point of this change are three significant factors. 

The first is the Olympics and the obvious energy and confidence this has already brought the region. The second is the significant government investment infrastructure which in turn will unlock an era of precinct development never before seen in Australia. The third is our leadership and performance during the pandemic which has been material in driving the surge in sentiment-based population growth that Queensland is expecting to enjoy over and above most other states for the coming decade.1WlLQrc.jpg

By James Tuma   May 30, 2021 

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Sir Llew Edwards never did anything in half measure

He was the man behind Expo 88, and was working to secure another world fair for the Gold Coast in 2002. His ultimately unsuccessful effort provides a valuable lesson for Queensland’s current Olympics push: Don’t take anything for granted.

Memo to those putting together our 2032 Olympic bid. Don’t take anything for granted.

Sir Llew, who died last week at age 85, will always be known to Queensland as a former deputy premier and treasurer, but also as Mr Expo of 1988.

During that period, when Brisbane hosted one of the truly great World Fairs, Sir Llew was front and centre, the figurehead who guided, cajoled and encouraged Queensland through an event that changed the face of Brisbane forever. It was a truly magical time.

In many respects, the Commonwealth Games in 1982 and Expo of 1988 forged the way for Brisbane’s 2032 Olympic bid.

By Peter Gleeson, The Courier-Mail

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Next stage of $65m attraction set to deliver wave pool

A region-first water park and wave pool luring up to half a million visitors a year could be open by 2024, as the vision starts to take shape.

Plans have been lodged for the second stage of Sanad Capital’s Actventure water park and Invigorate tourism resort, outlining the vision for an Olympic-scale wave pool, tourist attraction and resort facilities.

Sanad Capital chief executive Bradley Sutherland said he aimed to have construction start on the second stage midway through the 14ha stage one build. 

Stage one features a $65 million family resort, water park and retail experience including dining and a microbrewery.

Mr Sutherland said he had a close eye on the southeast Queensland 2032 Olympic bid, with the wave pool proposed in the second stage capable of hosting the surfing event.

May 27, 2021

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25 minutes ago, AustralianFan said:

Southeast Queensland is on the cusp of significant and exciting change. 

 

 

as far as i am aware, nothing has been signed to allow the Brisbane Live area to be built. Could be interesting with it being the swimming venue - if live nation pull out, it could leave the government with a venue to build and operate

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as far as i am aware, nothing has been signed to allow the Brisbane Live area to be built. Could be interesting with it being the swimming venue - if live nation pull out, it could leave the government with a venue to build and operate

Probably in no rush as the Cross River rail project and the development underneath the Brisbane Live site will likely need to be completed first followed by the new arena above later.  The tender process to build Brisbane Live might also be waiting in the wings for the July Host City vote before it is advertised.

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Mayor Tom Tate says light rail from Burleigh to Coolangatta is a must for the 2032 Olympics

Gold Coast Mayor Tom Tate says light rail to the airport is an “absolute must” for the 2032 Olympics and transport future of the Gold Coast - adding it will never be cheaper.

The State Government is yet to commit funding to a business case for Stage 4, but it is expected to cost between $10-12 million.

The 13km stretch of tramline would link Burleigh Heads and Coolangatta via the Gold Coast Airport.

Mayor Tate: “My message is clear, it never gets cheaper to build it than now.

“It can be done on time. It just needs funding commitment by the state and federal governments.”

Some Gold Coast MPs including LNP leader David Crisafulli have stressed a need to have the project completed in time for a 2032 Brisbane Olympics.

 By Brianna Morris-Grant        May 31, 2021

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Environmental audit by Gold Coast City Council to determine next step in cableway plan

The next step towards a Gold Coast cableway has been mapped out, but not before more debate over the hinterland project. 

THE Gold Coast City Council will launch an environmental audit into the planned cableway in the Springbrook national park.

After consultants had delivered an economic report at a full council meeting on Tuesday, councillors backed a motion by hinterland councillor Glenn Tozer to define the way forward for the project.

A pre-feasibility study by consultants Urbis costed the cableway at $170 million and suggested the project was of “merit” and should be pursued.

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By Paul Weston     May 18, 2021

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Gold Coast development: Light rail, trains and green bridges eyed for $9 billion funding war chest

CITY leaders want both sides of federal politics to “show the Gold Coast the money” when a $9 billion war chest is split up to decide the country’s next prime minister.

 

WHAT CITY LEADERS WANT

Light and heavy rail extensions to the airport, giant green bridges between Surfers Paradise and Chevron Island as part of the Home of the Arts (HOTA) precinct expansion, a boutique stadium and extra money for tourism are just some of the projects needing love, business and civic leaders say

Mayor Tom Tate said he would go on the offensive once southeast Queensland was confirmed as the host of the 2032 Olympic Games. A decision on who wins the rights to the Games is expected on July 23.

“Post-July, I’ll be straight on the advocacy trail seeking serious investment in our city and this will be a once-in-a-lifetime chance for our local MPs to step in and join ‘team Gold Coast’ as we fight for more of the federal pie.

“The MPs, and our two local federal ministers, have a direct line with the Treasurer and Prime Minister.

“This is an amazing opportunity to deliver big for our city as part of our ‘team Gold Coast’ approach so let’s forget talk about any city deals … I’ll be seeking a regional deal.”

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‘The Olympics are more than just sport but having the deadline of 2032 means we have something to work towards.

“The knock-on effect will be incredible.”

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“It is essential that governments at all levels get this right, building infrastructure that is not only useful for the Olympics but more importantly sets up southeast Queensland for many years to come.”

By Andrew Potts    May 19, 2021

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Revealed: How Gold Coast Airport can help pay for light rail station

Details of how the light rail will be built right up to the doorstep of the arrival terminal at Gold Coast Airport have been revealed as a fresh debate is sparked over funding. 

THE Gold Coast Airport will be asked to help fund the southern light rail expansion after plans show the trams arriving at the doorstep of the Coolangatta terminal.

Robina councillor Hermann Vorster, in a council transport committee meeting, asked officers about negotiating with the airport to help pay for infrastructure.

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The airport’s latest master plan, which is being updated, considered forward planning across the next two decades. When it was written, light rail was “anticipated to occur by around 2031”.

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Queensland Airports Limited CEO Chris Mills said light rail was a critical project with the potential to deliver significant long term benefits for the region when once extended all the way to the airport and onto Coolangatta.

“Long term airport planning continues to allow for light rail connection to the airport precinct.

We look forward to further engagement with the Queensland Government regarding design planning for light rail stage 4,” he said.

By Paul Weston    May 17, 2021

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Revealed: Gold Coast’s fastest growing suburbs

Some northern Gold Coast suburbs are recording Queensland’s biggest population jumps, leaving a drastically changing landscape. 

GOLD Coast suburbs are recording the state’s biggest population jumps - but the pressure is creating crammed developments with some 500 per cent above allowable density.

The Coast is growing the most of any city in Queensland behind Brisbane with a jump of almost 15,000 in 2019-20, Queensland Treasury data reveals in terms of population numbers.

In terms of population growth recorded between 2019 and 2020, Pimpama had the largest jump of any suburb in the State, from 19,427 to 22,093. That’s up 2666.

Other top growth suburbs included Coomera (18,040 to 19,724), Surfers Paradise (27,022 to 28,160), Upper Coomera (36,121 to 37,148) and Ormeau (23,023 to 23,677), in data crunched by the Bulletin.

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Gold Coast's fastest growing suburbs

BIGGEST POPULATION RISE FROM 2019 TO 2020

  1. PIMPAMA: 19,427 to 22,093 (up 2666)
  2. COOMERA: 18,040 to 19724 (up 1684)
  3. SURFERS PARADISE: 27,022 to 28,160 (up 1138)
  4. UPPER COOMERA: 36,121 to 37,148 (up 1027)
  5. ORMEAU: 23,023 to 23,677 (up 654)

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By Paul Weston    May 17, 2021

Credit: Gold Coast Bulletin

 

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7 hours ago, AustralianFan said:

Probably in no rush as the Cross River rail project and the development underneath the Brisbane Live site will likely need to be completed first followed by the new arena above later.  The tender process to build Brisbane Live might also be waiting in the wings for the July Host City vote before it is advertised.

thats probally it, although the area is not dependent on the olympic bid from my understanding

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10 hours ago, AustralianFan said:

Probably in no rush as the Cross River rail project and the development underneath the Brisbane Live site will likely need to be completed first followed by the new arena above later.  The tender process to build Brisbane Live might also be waiting in the wings for the July Host City vote before it is advertised.

The $2 billion cost is making it hard for them to build a business case and given the Olympics only goes for a few weeks it's doubtful that improves the business case a whole lot.

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1 hour ago, ulu said:

The $2 billion cost is making it hard for them to build a business case and given the Olympics only goes for a few weeks it's doubtful that improves the business case a whole lot.

given this was a market led proposal (AEG Ogen approched the Qld government with this) and it is supposed to not cost the taxpayer a cent for this, there are a  ton an variables as to if this goes ahead. I'd love to see it - i'm off to boondal in november to see Kiss and i'm expecting to be sitting for 30 mins before i even get out of the carpark, but until it opens i have my doubts

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Brisbane Airport’s international terminal to close, with new facility planned

The days are numbered for Brisbane Airport’s international terminal, with overseas flights to be moved to a new joint domestic-international terminal by next decade.

All domestic flights now leave from the terminal closest to Moreton Bay, while the 1995-built international terminal, about 1.5 kilometres south-west of its domestic counterpart, accommodates all overseas flights.

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In the future, all flights will leave from a single large terminal, connected to the existing domestic terminal, closer to the parallel runway that opened last July.

Brisbane Airport Corporation head of planning Michael Jarvis said the transition would be made from 2032, when the $1 billion L-shaped terminal was built and connected with the domestic terminal.

That timeline could be moved forward should Brisbane be confirmed as the host city for the 2032 Summer Olympic Games.

By Tony Moore   May 31, 2021

 
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Business Case:

BRISBANE LIVE ENTERTAINMENT ARENA – ROMA STREET PROJECT

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The development of the Cross River Rail station at Roma Street has provided the opportunity to redevelop an under-utilised section of the Brisbane central business district and the most connected transport precinct in Brisbane to create a world-class entertainment arena for Queensland. 

Capitalising on the existing range of sporting, music and arts events occurring in Brisbane, the Brisbane Live Arena, with state-of-the-art facilities and technology, would provide Brisbane and Queensland with a world class facility for premium live events that is highly accessible and well connected to all transport networks. 

Building Queensland led the development of the detailed business case for the Brisbane Live Entertainment Arena – Roma Street Project in partnership with the Cross River Rail Delivery Authority. The detailed business case investigated the development of a new arena of 17,000-18,000 seats located on a large deck structure built over railways, roads and property, bounded by Albert Street to the north and Roma Street to the south. The proposal also includes ancillary facilities to support the arena’s operation as well as new public spaces and active transport connections with neighbouring central business district locations. 

The detailed business case was completed in Q4 2018 and presented to the Queensland Government for consideration.

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Project History: Brisbane Live

The proposed Brisbane Live development comprises the establishment of an integrated entertainment and transport precinct at Roma Street, to be developed in conjunction with Cross River Rail.

FUNDING CONTRIBUTIONS

Queensland Government A$5 million

PROJECT HISTORY

 

Dec 2019

Queensland Government announced a market sounding exercise for the delivery of Brisbane Live.

 

Dec 2019

Demolition of the Brisbane Transit Centre commenced, to make way for the construction of the Roma Street Interchange and the Brisbane Live precinct.

 

July 2019

The Queensland Government declared a new Priority Development Area (PDA) around the Roma Street Cross River Rail station, encompassing the Brisbane Live precinct. The 32-hectare PDA will fast-track the development and delivery of the new underground Cross River Rail (CRR) station while also creating a specialised development scheme for the entire precinct.

 

June 2018

In its 2018-19 Budget, the Queensland Government provided $5 million toward developing a business case for the project, subsequently completed in late 2018.

 

May 2018

The Cross River Rail Delivery Authority commenced the development of the Business Case in conjunction with Building Queensland.

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                                                      FOLLOW THE JOURNEY

Brisbane Live is set to transform Brisbane's CBD. Located at a key CBD transit hub, a new 18,000 seat entertainment arena complex will soon be constructed serviced by underground rail and busway infrastructure.

BrisbaneDevelopment.com will have regular updates on the project through this dedicated Brisbane Live project page.

 

Video - Click here to view Brisbane Development Activity - as at January 2021

Video - Click here to view Brisbane Live Entertainment Arena Concept

Key Features of the Development 

  • Demolition of current Brisbane Transit Centre
  • New Cross River Rail underground station
  • Northern Busway demolished and rebuilt underground
  • Potential for new hotels
  • Potential for up to 4000 new apartments
  • Potential for new commercial towers
  • Creation of a future dining precinct in and around the heritage Roma Street Station building
  • Potential for future cultural facility buildings planned for above the upper Roma Street rail lines
  • Potential for medical facilities
  • Potential for educational infrastructure
  • A new walkable precinct linking The Barracks with King George Square and onto the Queen Street Mall as well as new cycle paths
  • Provision for future connection to Victoria Park
  • Roma Street Parklands to remain unchanged however benefit from enhanced connectivity

 

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Brisbane Airport:   Future Terminal Concept

 

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The automated transit system would be similar to airport transit systems seen in many international airports.

According to BAC, an elevated airtrain transit system could handle 3200 passengers per hour and take no longer than five minutes.

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May 31, 2021

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