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that night in 1993 

 

         The Winner is …

 

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Click here to view:  Sydney Olympics Full Broadcast of Winning Bid - Sep 1993 

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52 minutes ago, AustralianFan said:

 

that night in 1993 

 

         The Winner is …

 

                                             >> CLICK HERE TO VIEW <<

                             Credit:  Mix - The Winner Is - Southend

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Click here to view:  Sydney Olympics Full Broadcast of Winning Bid - Sep 1993 

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A shame we won’t witness this in July

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6 hours ago, Victorian said:

A shame we won’t witness this in July

That’s true.   It will be interesting to see how they handle they handle the ‘ceremony’ around announcing the result of the 2032 Host Vote expected at the 138th IOC Session just before the Tokyo Games.

At or just before the 138th IOC Session, the Future Host Commission will hand their Report and Recommendations from their Targeted Dialogue with Brisbane 2032 as the Preferred Bidder to the IOC Executive Board for consideration.

The IOC Executive Board will then consider the Brisbane 2032 Report and Recommendations of the Future Host Commmission and then present the Recommendations of the Board to the 138th IOC Session in Tokyo regarding the Awarding of the Games to Brisbane 2032.

With most IOC Members likely actually in Tokyo, will the Host Vote Announcement at the 138th IOC Session in Tokyo occur in one room or auditorium with just the media and a small number the Brisbane contingent present as ‘an audience’, all masked up, socially distanced and vaccinated?

As I understand, this will be the first Announcement of an Olympic Host since the Olympic New Norm changes were introduced.

The 2026 Announcement was a very traditional dramatic IOC Host Vote ceremony before a packed room with both Bidders present, the playing of the Olympic Anthem followed by the IOC President Thomas Bach being handed an envelope at the on-stage podium an auditorium of all the Bidders and Media.

Ladies and Gentleman, the members of the International Olympic Committee have elected the Host City of the Olympic Winter Games 2026. The Host is Milano Cortina.

The Italian contingent leap into the air in crazy excitement while the hearts of the Swedish group sunk.

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Announcement of 2032 Host City Vote at the 138th IOC Session

The IOC do love a good ceremony so how will they handle the 2032 Host Vote Announcement in a pandemic and in a Host country where public opinion has swung against the Tokyo Games?

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3 hours ago, AustralianFan said:

 

That’s true.   It will be interesting to see how they handle they handle the ‘ceremony’ around announcing the result of the 2032 Host Vote expected at the 138th IOC Session just before the Tokyo Games.

At or just before the 138th IOC Session, the Future Host Commission will hand their Report and Recommendations from their Targeted Dialogue with Brisbane 2032 as the Preferred Bidder to the IOC Executive Board for consideration.

The IOC Executive Board will then consider the Brisbane 2032 Report and Recommendations of the Future Host Commmission and then present the Recommendations of the Board to the 138th IOC Session in Tokyo regarding the Awarding of the Games to Brisbane 2032.

With most IOC Members likely actually in Tokyo, will the Host Vote Announcement at the 138th IOC Session in Tokyo occur in one room or auditorium with just the media and a small number the Brisbane contingent present as ‘an audience’, all masked up, socially distanced and vaccinated?

As I understand, this will be the first Announcement of an Olympic Host since the Olympic New Norm changes were introduced.

The 2026 Announcement was a very traditional dramatic IOC Host Vote ceremony before a packed room with both Bidders present, the playing of the Olympic Anthem followed by the IOC President Thomas Bach being handed an envelope at the on-stage podium an auditorium of all the Bidders and Media.

Ladies and Gentleman, the members of the International Olympic Committee have elected the Host City of the Olympic Winter Games 2026. The Host is Milano Cortina.

The Italian contingent leap into the air in crazy excitement while the hearts of the Swedish group sunk.

Click here to view the 2026 Olympic Host Announcement

 

Announcement of 2032 Host City Vote at the 138th IOC Session

The IOC do love a good ceremony so how will they handle the 2032 Host Vote Announcement in a pandemic and in a Host country where public opinion has swung against the Tokyo Games?

Will it be broadcast on Channel seven? 

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1 hour ago, ulu said:

The reveal will be far less dramatic this time given there really are no other competitors and it already seems a done deal.

I agree.  

They might play the Olympic Anthem and then Thomas Bach will say something like:

“Ladies and Gentleman, the members of the International Olympic Committee have elected the Host of the Olympic Games 2032.  The Host is Brisbane.

I would think there will still be Brisbane 2032 representatives present will celebrate as best they can.  

It is still an important historic moment to formally be awarded an Olympic Games and the IOC I would still want to mark this big monent as best as they can given the new rules and the pandemic.

I agree it won’t be as dramatic as we are all used to, but still a momentous and historic.

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Key planners back study of green bridge between Teneriffe and Bulimba

A green bridge between Teneriffe and Bulimba would reduce congestion to the CBD and would be used heavily by pedestrians and cyclists, one of Australia’s leading urban planning agencies said.

Two years ago, Brisbane City Council announced it would spend $550 million to build five green bridges, then announced locations for green bridges at Kangaroo Point, Breakfast Creek, Toowong and West End.

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1 hour ago, AustralianFan said:

I agree.  

They might play the Olympic Anthem and then Thomas Bach will say something like:

“Ladies and Gentleman, the members of the International Olympic Committee have elected the Host of the Olympic Games 2032.  The Host is Brisbane.

I would think there will still be Brisbane 2032 representatives present will celebrate as best they can.  

It is still an important historic moment to formally be awarded an Olympic Games and the IOC I would still want to mark this big monent as best as they can given the new rules and the pandemic.

I agree it won’t be as dramatic as we are all used to, but still a momentous and historic.

 

 

i think this is the best we will get. As much as the IOC loves pomp and ceremony, given the opposition to the games in Tokyo and current global pandemic it would be a real bad look to have a massive ceremony

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i think this is the best we will get. As much as the IOC loves pomp and ceremony, given the opposition to the games in Tokyo and current global pandemic it would be a real bad look to have a massive ceremony

There isn't much opposition to the Brisbane bid though. Brisbane and the Queensland govt would be hoping they do announce it right on the eve of the games that way international broadcasters could promote Brisbane 2032 in their broadcast?

Maybe this is what they will do which is broadcast across the globe:

Olympic Anthem, speech from Tom Bach then the winning announcement and speech from the Queensland Premier and John Coates (Coates will be in Tokyo, the QLD premier will probably be in Australia). This will then show a live cross to the Brisbane 2032 representatives and an Olympics live site in Brisbane followed by a little video showcasing Brisbane and the Olympics Bid followed by an Olympics fireworks display in Brisbane?

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1 hour ago, Tejas57 said:

 

 

i think this is the best we will get. As much as the IOC loves pomp and ceremony, given the opposition to the games in Tokyo and current global pandemic it would be a real bad look to have a massive ceremony

Could be similar to Paris 2024/LA 2028?

 

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57 minutes ago, Victorian said:

Do we know why Brisbane 2032 doesn't have a bid wikipedia page yet? How about a bid logo or website? I'm astonished that there isn't one yet!

theres no need for a bid logo or website. you would have one to rally support around a bid prior to a vote. why spend $50,000 for a logo that really won't be used?

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1 minute ago, Tejas57 said:

theres no need for a bid logo or website. you would have one to rally support around a bid prior to a vote. why spend $50,000 for a logo that really won't be used?

Because I'm pretty sure you need branding for the Olympics don't you?

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9 minutes ago, Victorian said:

Because I'm pretty sure you need branding for the Olympics don't you?

yes, but for the most part the bid logo has never been the actual games logo. theres no need to shell out for a bid logo these days. Hell i work in the Brisbane CBD and ive seen no billboards or flags (or anything) alluding to an Olympic bid - not even the rings - unlike what i saw when Melbourne went for 1996 

 

 

 

 

 

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Many ways to get busy in "Brissie"

27 May, 2021

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Brisbane is gaining a name as Australia's newest & most exciting food & beverage scene.

The new openings and respected favourites underline Brisbane as one of Australia's most exciting places to dine. Right now it feels someone's opening a new bar, restaurant or café every week. Names like Maya, La Costa Bar and Restaurant, La Valle, Agnes and Bianca are on everyone's lips - or Instagram feed.

Over the past few years Brisbane has re-invented itself, a makeover only likely to get bigger and better with Brisbane named "preferred host" for the 2032 Olympics.

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MCGUIRE SAYS THERE’S STILL BOXES TO TICK FOR A TASSIE AFL TEAM

“McGuire said a centralised stadium and training facilities for the team could be an “epicentre of Olympic sport” if the state leveraged Federal Government investment in the lead up to the 2032 Olympics in Queensland.”

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New approach to future host elections

The revolutionary new approach to electing hosts for Olympic Games and youth Olympic Games results in significant cost savings for potential hosts, as well as more sustainable projects and master plans. 

The reforms ensure the IOC remains in step with a rapidly changing world to deliver games that are better aligned with future hosts’ long-term development plans while maintaining the inherent magic of the games and providing the best possible experience for athletes.

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has made significant improvements to its approach to future hosts since the election of Thomas Bach as IOC President in 2013.

The reforms began in earnest in 2014 with the unanimous approval by the full membership of the IOC,* collectively known as the IOC Session, of Olympic Agenda 2020, a strategic roadmap for the future of the Olympic Movement that, with a focus on increasing sustainability and legacies, led to a major review of all aspects of organising the Olympic Games and Youth Olympic Games.

View a presentation about the new approach to electing future hosts

One of the key areas addressed by Olympic Agenda 2020 was the candidature procedure, with a new philosophy introduced that invited potential hosts to present  projects that best fit their sporting, economic, social and environmental-planning needs rather than trying to fit the local context to the Games. The goal was to create Olympic projects that are less expensive and that maximise operational efficiencies, while also unlocking greater value for future hosts, with a strong emphasis on legacy and sustainability.

Building on the success of these initiatives, 2018 saw the adoption of the New Norm, additional reforms that provided Olympic hosts with even more flexibility in designing the Games to meet their long-term development goals. The IOC also increased the assistance and expertise it and the wider Olympic Movement provided.

The impact of these reforms has been considerable. A one-year, non-committal dialogue stage introduced for the candidature phase of the Olympic Winter Games 2026, for example, resulted in significant cost reductions in both the candidature and operating budgets – approximately 80 and 20 per cent lower, respectively, than the average for 2018 and 2022. As a reflection of the IOC’s flexibility with regard to the use of existing and temporary venues, 80 per cent of the proposed venues for 2026 were existing or temporary, a 33 per cent increase from the 2018/2022 average of 60 per cent.

So effective and appreciated was the increased partnership during the 2026 dialogue stage that the IOC set up a Working Group in early 2019 to consider ways to build upon these elements for the future.

*IOC Members represent the athletes, International Federations (IFs), National Olympic Committees (NOCs) and the International Paralympic Committee (IPC).

Increased Flexibility and dialogue

Following consultation with the IOC Executive Board (EB), the Working Group recommendations were presented to and approved by the IOC Session in June 2019. The Executive Board then agreed on an action plan for their implementation in October 2019, resulting in the creation of a new, streamlined approach to future host elections that allows for increased flexibility and cooperation on a bilateral level.

This approach is creating greater opportunities for dialogue between the IOC and Interested Parties (cities/regions/countries/National Olympic Committees), while allowing for more flexibility with regard to the timing of future elections. In addition, Interested Parties are not necessarily limited to a single city but can refer to multiple cities, a region or a country.

The door is open to any Interested Party to enter into non-committal continuous dialogue with the IOC through two permanent Future Host Commissions (see below for more information). It also allows the IOC to target a potential host if deemed beneficial to the Olympic Movement.

The initial dialogue does not have to be edition-specific, with discussions intended to determine whether a potential host is best suited to organise an Olympic Games or a Youth Olympic Games, and when. The strict timelines and deadlines of the past no longer exist.

The IOC will continue to offer hands-on support and expertise to help define and develop projects in partnership with the Interested Parties that will produce many long-lasting legacies for the local populations.

The new approach mirrors the rapidly changing world we live in: As the governing body of the Olympic Movement, the IOC has positioned itself at the vanguard of innovation and development to help deliver the best possible Olympic projects with the most benefits for Olympic stakeholders and future hosts alike.

“We must continue to keep up with the fast pace of change in our current world,” said President Bach. “Flexibility is a necessity to ensure good governance and to have sustainable Olympic Games in the future. We will do that while maintaining the magic of the Games, the fundamental principle of universality and our commitment to having athletes at the centre of everything we do.”   

What are the innovations ?
  • The establishment of a permanent, non-committal and non-edition specific ongoing dialogue to explore and create interest among Interested Parties for the Olympic Games and Youth Olympic Games;
  • Once a potential host is identified, it does not mean the end of the line for other Interested Parties, as in the past. They can remain in Continuous Dialogue with the Future Host Commissions, to discuss hosting a future Olympic event.
  • The creation of two Future Host Commissions (Summer and Winter) to oversee interest in future Olympic Games and Youth Olympic Games and advise the Executive Board;
  • Giving the IOC Session more influence by having non-Executive Board members make up the Future Host Commissions.
Future host commissions

The two Future Host Commissions were appointed by IOC President Bach in October 2019. Both are gender-balanced and represent a full range of Olympic stakeholders, including athletes, International Federations (IFs), National Olympic Committees (NOCs) and the International Paralympic Committee (IPC).

The Commissions comprise IOC Members who are not on the Executive Board to ensure that the IOC Session has even more influence by being involved from the very beginning of the dialogue. The full composition of the Commissions can be found here: Summer and Winter.

The Commissions will respect any confidentiality that may be requested by potential hosts as they work toward the development of the public and private dimensions of their project, as well as the content of any discussion of particular proposals.

The Terms of Reference of the Commissions and Rules of Conduct for the Commissions can be found here.

Role of the future host commissions

The role of the Future Host Commissions is to continually explore, monitor and encourage interest in future Olympic Games, Olympic Winter Games and Youth Olympic Games.

The Commissions interact with potential hosts to determine the nature and extent of their possible interest and work with them to understand the various elements and opportunities of the Olympic Games and the Youth Olympic Games.

The Commissions will assist interested parties in formulating a strong vision for their Olympic project and designing sustainable proposals that align with their long-term development goals.

The role of the Commissions is also to study the long-term challenges related to hosting future Olympic Games, such as climate change.

The Commissions will report regularly to the Executive Board, providing advice and recommendations regarding possible hosts to enable the Executive Board to be in a position to react to various developments and opportunities deemed to be in the best interest of the Olympic Movement.

Continuous vs targeted dialogue – what are the differences?
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Continuous dialogue

With this new approach, the Future Host Commissions remain open for dialogue in perpetuity.

Continuous dialogue is exploratory in nature and non-committal, held with Interested Parties for a future Olympic Games or Youth Olympic Games with the support of their respective National Olympic Committees (NOCs). These discussions are non-edition specific.

Throughout this dialogue, the Commissions constantly monitor and analyse the projects, providing feasibility assessments that will form the basis for recommendations and advice provided at frequent intervals to the IOC Executive Board (EB).

Targeted dialogue

A Targeted Dialogue is a defined process to explore a proposal to host a specific edition of the Olympic and Paralympic Games, or Youth Olympic Games. It is a collaborative partnership that is opened when the International Olympic Committee’s Executive Board (EB) invites one or more Preferred Host(s) to enter into detailed discussions to refine their project(s).

While there is no set timeframe for Targeted Dialogue, as each situation is contextual, it is not anticipated to exceed 12 months.

During that time, in the spirit of the partnership hosting approach instigated by Olympic Agenda 2020, the IOC will offer a series of workshops based on and tailored to the particular needs of the Preferred Host(s). These could be on subjects such as: venue masterplan, legacy, sustainability, finance and marketing, Games technology, digital engagement, and legal matters. Such workshops help the Preferred Host(s) to ensure that their Games project(s) are in line with existing long-term development plans, and that they have taken into account latest developments in Olympic Games planning and delivery to provide operationally-efficient, cost-effective and sustainable Games. Under its new approach to selecting future Olympic hosts, the IOC shares information and expertise at its own cost in direct services to Interested Parties, thus reducing expenses for potential hosts.

As part of Targeted Dialogue, each Preferred Host will provide answers to the IOC’s Future Host Questionnaire for the Olympic Games or Olympic Winter Games in the form of an Initial Submission. It will also be requested to provide guarantees that back up its submission. Following discussion with the Future Host Commission, the Preferred Host(s) will have the opportunity to review their responses before making a Final Submission.

The Future Host Commission will prepare a report based on this Final Submission, for the consideration of the IOC EB. The EB will decide whether to recommend one or more Preferred Host(s) for election by the IOC Session. If the EB recommends a Preferred Host for election, the Future Host Commission’s report and the Preferred Host’s Final Submission will be provided to all IOC Members and published on olympics.com/ioc.

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Vote by the IOC Session

The Session’s prerogative to elect Games hosts has been preserved.

Once the Executive Board has put forward the Preferred Host(s) to the IOC Session, IOC Members will have the opportunity to hear presentations, ask questions and provide comments before voting for the future host.

IOC Members therefore continue to be at the centre of the decision-making process.

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Targeted Dialogue Brisbane 2032

The International Olympic Committee is currently working together with Brisbane 2032 and the Australian Olympic Committee to explore the potential to host the Games of the XXXV Olympiad.

This is the first Targeted Dialogue process opened since the new approach to electing Olympic hosts was adopted.

The Future Host Commission will report back to the IOC Executive Board (EB) on the outcome of these discussions in due course.

If all the requirements are met, the EB can propose the election of the Preferred Host of the Games of XXXV Olympiad to the IOC Session.

If the discussions are not successfully concluded, Brisbane 2032 will rejoin Continuous Dialogue.

At the same time, Continuous Dialogue remains open with other Interested Parties, in order to assist them to further develop their projects, be it for the Olympic Games 2032 if the Targeted Dialogue with Brisbane 2032 and the AOC is not successful, for future editions of the Olympic Games, the Youth Olympic Games or potentially other Olympic events.

Transparency is an important feature of the new approach to electing Olympic hosts.

Key documents related to the process are published on olympic.org A Future Host Contract is already available.

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IOC Members caution against awarding Games too far ahead

IOC Member and Austrian Olympic Committee President Karl Stoss also highlighted the importance of keeping future Games bids open to other prospective hosts.

“It is great to have a long perspective of our host cities and regions,” he said. “With 2032 Brisbane and Queensland we have a long-term strategy about our hosts of our [Summer Olympic] Games after Tokyo, Paris, Los Angeles and hopefully Brisbane Australia," he said.

“But it is also our responsibility, and from the perspective of good governance and fairness, not to go too far in the future, because there may be some other interested parties and cities and regions.

“We have a good choice if we do it for 2032, but in the mind of good governance and fairness for all – maybe all other interested cities and regions – we have not to go too far in the future.”

18TH MAR, 2021

BY:  BEN AVISON

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