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15 hours ago, Hansfromdenmark said:

I agree. 9-10 years should be max far in the future. Many things can happen, But 7 years also has seemed to short, many times i remember it has struggled to get finished in time. 

7 years made sense when there were was an abundance of cities bidding. you don't want a ton of brands in the marketplace for games, but given the lack of bidders they need to award as good bidders come up, but keeping it realistic with the timeframes.

 

I feel with the new normal 7 years would be plenty as the focus is not on building new stadiums but using existing and temp structures that would take the pressure off

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27 minutes ago, Tejas57 said:

 

i suspect, given the games are not being awarded to brisbane anymore but SEQ, as the premier she might need to sign the documents

Yes true, the signing of the Host documents are expected when the 138th IOC Session “formally votes” with a show of hands to award the Games to Brisbane or SEQ or even the nine Queensland cities across several regions in the state who have signed up to host events.  Not sure what that multi-regional hosting paperwork is going to look like in that case.  

But yes, Anastacia’s signature could well be on the documents as Premier, along with Brisbane Mayor who chairs the SEQ Mayor’s group.

Some of those signing might also partipate in the final presentation too before the IOC  vote.

 

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Likely one of the venues for 2032 Olympic Football Competition  ….

State of Origin opener moved to Townsville

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The opening game of the 2021 State of Origin series has been relocated from the MCG to Queensland Country Bank Stadium in Townsville.

The shift north, in response to Melbourne’s Covid lockdown, follows a week of speculation in which various host venues were mooted including Bankwest Stadium in the west of Sydney and GIO Stadium in Canberra. Newcastle, Adelaide and Perth were other possible locations mentioned earlier on.

1st June 2021

Credit: Austadiums - click to read more

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9 hours ago, AustralianFan said:

Yes true, the signing of the Host documents are expected when the 138th IOC Session “formally votes” with a show of hands to award the Games to Brisbane or SEQ or even the nine Queensland cities across several regions in the state who have signed up to host events.  Not sure what that multi-regional hosting paperwork is going to look like in that case.  

But yes, Anastacia’s signature could well be on the documents as Premier, along with Brisbane Mayor who chairs the SEQ Mayor’s group.

Some of those signing might also participate in the final presentation too before the IOC  vote.

 

She is absolutely coping it on twitter. I feel bad for her

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Temporary grandstands being assembled at Townsville’s Queensland Country Bank Stadium ahead of this Wednesday’s week’s State of Origin match.

A glimpse perhaps into an increased capacity set-up at the 2032 Olympic Games.

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June 7, 2021

Credit: Twitter - @AnnastaciaMP - Annastacia Palaszczuk, Premier of Queensland - click to view more

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6 hours ago, Victorian said:

She is absolutely coping it on twitter. I feel bad for her

Annastacia is a tough cookie, she’ll be fine and is a very determined leader to get things done with the backing of her Government’s recent landslide win in the Queensland State Election.

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IOC Executives Could Approve Brisbane 2032 Olympic Bid Thursday

Brisbane’s 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games bid could get approval from the International Olympic Committee’s (IOC) Executive Board as early as Thursday when the high-ranking body concludes an important virtual meeting that includes a report from the Future Host Commission.

With the report, Australia’s bid for its third Olympics is scheduled to be discussed on the final day of the programme that will also include the status of preparations for next month’s Tokyo 2020 Games on Wednesday and the unveiling of the Refugee Olympic team Tuesday.  If Brisbane is approved by the Executive Board, the IOC Session will likely give the project its final rubberstamping when the members meet July 20th in Tokyo.

The Executive Board will also meet once more ahead of the Session, on July 17 in Tokyo.

By Robert Livingstone

June 7, 2021

Credit: Gamesbids.com - click here to read more

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2 hours ago, ulu said:

Seems like the reveal will have even less fanfare than anticipated if they're gonna annnounce it this week. 

 

 

won't be a formal announcement or document signing. this is just getting the backing of the executive board of the IOC. this is just the next step. after the backing of the executive it still needs to go to a full vote of the IOC

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Another report re the IOC Excutive Meeting:

Green light nears for Brisbane 2032 Olympic bid

Brisbane’s bid to host of the 2032 Olympic Games should have only one hurdle left to clear by the end of the week, as the process nears the home turn and a potential announcement on the eve of the Tokyo Games.

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) Executive Board is conducting a virtual meeting this week, part of which will include a report from the Future Host Commission, the group that does the due diligence on cities with aspirations of hosting the Games.

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Brisbane has already been given preferred candidate status and is an unbackable favourite to be confirmed as the venue for what would be Australia’s third Olympic Games. Events this week will make that a tantalising reality.

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By Phil Lutton      June 8, 2021

Brisbane Times - click here to read more

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3 hours ago, Victorian said:

Looking at the branding and the 'name' of the Games, the following name trademarks have been registered with IP Australia

 

Brisbane 2032

Queensland 2032

Excellent find, I wonder which way they’ll go ? 

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32 minutes ago, Rob. said:

I miss the days when bidding cities had a website that you could onto to see all the proposed venues alongside a map and images.

 

Yes, it was easier to follow.  What will be interesting is if in a future there was than one Bidder in the Targeted Dialogue stage (?)

I wonder if it’s possible to have two simultaneously in the ‘Targeted Dialogue’ stage over all other bidders who remain in ‘Continuous Dialogue’ ?

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