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2 minutes ago, ice444 said:

What are the chances the vote doesn't get up?

very slim - i'd put it at less than 5%. The meeting tomorrow is essentially a rubber stamping of the executive committee's decision.

 

Given the power John Coates has in the IOC it would be a brave person to vote against it

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1 minute ago, ice444 said:

What are the chances the vote doesn't get up?

None, because Corrupt Coates is leading them by their noses

Coates should've been banished from all IOC activities 20 years ago after the IOC Bribery Scandals, but has been rewarded and promoted and 20 years later is the IOC Corruption King that has managed to rig the 2032 vote and give it to a substandard backwater

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2 minutes ago, Gonzo said:

None, because Corrupt Coates is leading them by their noses

Do you have something against Brisbane or John Coates or both?

Have you been to Brisbane - having lived in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane, Brisbane is a nice city and has both the north and south coasts near by.

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When is the announcement tomorrow? Surely they won't have a full announcement ceremony in Tokyo for a vote with only one option - I assume as a simple yes/no, it'll just be part of normal Session business with no fanfare.

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20 minutes ago, yoshi said:

When is the announcement tomorrow? Surely they won't have a full announcement ceremony in Tokyo for a vote with only one option - I assume as a simple yes/no, it'll just be part of normal Session business with no fanfare.

vote is scheduled between 6 and 7 pm AEST. There will be multiple presentations - The Prime Minister, the premier and the lord mayor of brisbane before the vote

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Today is the day! 

The day that Brisbane joins the ranks of leading cities among the globe to become an OLYMPIC CITY! 

A shame that I cannot be in Brisbane for the significant moment and announcement due to lockdown and border closures but this won’t dampen the passion and pride that today will bring! 

All the very best to the Premier and the Lord Mayor as they try to convince the IOC members that Brisbane, the Gold Coast, and the Sunshine Coast should host the Olympic and Paralympic Games in eleven years time. 

What a golden opportunity this is! Let’s bring it home and GO FOR GOLD!

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12 hours ago, ice444 said:

Have you been to Brisbane - having lived in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane, Brisbane is a nice city and has both the north and south coasts near by.

Brisbane is a small hick town in the veins of Atlanta, not worthy of being an Olympic Host City

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Paris

Tokyo

Rio

London

Beijing

Athens

Sydney

...... Brisbane LOL

The whole process over 2032 stinks to high heaven. The IOC wants to be seen as clean and have changed from the disgrace of the Salt Lake/Sydney bids, yet the way they have conducted 2032 in total secrecy, pushed on by the IOC Corruption King John Coates just raises so many questions

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The Games winner is ... Brisbane and state hold breath for 2032 Olympic nod

The declaration of Brisbane as host of the 2032 Olympics would be a “welcome reminder there is a future” amid ongoing COVID-19 concerns across the state and country, Queensland’s tourism industry boss says.

Credit: Brisbane Times - Click here to read this story - 21 July, 2021

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Que? Dodgy accounting from the Palachook Govt beginning already

https://www.couriermail.com.au/sport/olympics/brisbane-2032-breaking-down-the-5-billion-price-tag-of-the-queensland-games/news-story/bab226583002680a0836238f575d2d3a

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Brisbane 2032: Breaking down the $5 billion price tag of the Queensland Games

About $690 million will be spent on existing and new venues for Brisbane’s 2032 Olympics. So where is the rest of the $5 billion going?

A Brisbane 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games will cost $5bn in today’s money, with the razzamattaz of the opening and closing ceremonies at the redeveloped Gabba slated to cost $85 million and the torch relay around the country another $30 million.

What about the $1 billion to upgrade the Gabba?

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