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Who Wants to Host an Olympics Yesterday?

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FLASH!  With more than 60 or 70 cruise ships laid up around the world, why a potential coast city could host an Olympics with 2 years notice!  With between 2,000 - 3,000 capacity each ship, a potential host city could have BOTH its Athletes' and Press Villages up and running in a month's time!!  
Calling Durban, SOUTH AFRICA!!  IOC, now is the time to give 2021 to Durban!! Forget Tokyo!!  You can check the Africa box on the list if you give it to Durban tomorrow!!  They already have their Olympic stadium.  They just need a few more installations!

Of course, your port will need to host a dozen cruise ships!  But YOU CAN DO IT, SOUTH AFRICA, IOC and AFRICA!!  
GIBRALTAR,  bid for the Winter Games as well!  You can do it also!! :wacko:

 

 

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On 5/26/2020 at 11:53 PM, tomhiddleston said:

With more than 60 or 70 cruise ships laid up around the world, why a potential coast city could host an Olympics with 2 years notice!  mapquest directions

Exactly my point.  Hawaii might be a perfect case in point -- with at least 4 major inhabited islands (Oahu, the big H, Maui and Kauai) there would be enough room for even 40 cruise ships -- and 28 sports spread out over the 4 islands!  Honolulu is big enough to be the major anchor city.  Football in Honolulu, Hilo, Kona and Princeville.  And Surfing could have its choice of coastlines!  

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