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We speak most of the times about the Olympic Games, but what is with the sessions of the IOC?

Had been your country a hosting city in the past? How many times hosted your country? Are there cities, which hosted a session before it hosted Olympic Games? Which past hosts would be capable to host future olympic games? etc. etc.

Here are they:

1894 - Paris, France

1896 - Athens, Greece

1897 - Le Havre, France

1901 - Paris, France

1902 - Paris, France

1903 - Paris, France

1904 - London, United Kingdom

1905 - Brussels, Belgium

1906 - Athens, Greece

1907 - Den Haag, Netherlands

1908 - London, United Kingdom

1909 - Berlin, Germany

1910 - Luxembourg, Luxembourg

1911 - Budapest, Hungary (Austria-Hungary)

1912 - Stockholm, Sweden

1913 - Lausanne, Switzerland

1914 - Paris, France

1919 - Lausanne, Switzerland

1920 - Antwerp, Belgium

1921 - Lausanne, Switzerland

1922 - Paris, France

1923 - Rome, Italy

1924 - Paris, France

1925 - Prague, Czechoslovakia

1926 - Lisbon, Portugal

1927 - Monaco, Monaco

1928 - Amsterdam, Netherlands

1929 - Lausanne, Switzerland

1930 - Berlin, Germany

1931 - Barcelona, Spain

1932 - Los Angeles, United States

1933 - Vienna, Austria

1934 - Athens, Greece

1935 - Oslo, Norway

1936 - Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany

1936 - Berlin, Germany

1937 - Warsaw, Poland

1938 - Cairo, Egypt

1939 - London, United Kingdom

1946 - Lausanne, Switzerland

1947 - Stockholm, Sweden

1948 - St. Moritz, Switzerland

1948 - London, United Kingdom

1949 - Rome, Italy

1950 - Copenhagen, Denmark

1951 - Vienna, Austria

1952 - Oslo, Norway

1952 - Helsinki, Finland

1953 - Mexico-City, Mexico

1954 - Athens, Greece

1955 - Paris, France

1956 - Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy

1956 - Melbourne, Australia

1957 - Sofia, Bulgaria

1958 - Tokyo, Japan

1959 - Munich, Germany

1960 - San Francisco, United States

1961 - Athens, Greece

1962 - Moscow, Soviet Union

1963 - Baden-Baden, Germany

1964 - Innsbruck, Austria

1964 - Tokyo, Japan

1965 - Madrid, Spain

1966 - Rome, Italy

1967 - Teheran, Iran

1968 - Grenoble, France

1968 - Mexico-City, Mexico

1969 - Warsaw, Poland

1970 - Amsterdam, Netherlands

1971 - Luxembourg, Luxembourg

1972 - Sapporo, Japan

1972 - Munich, Germany

1973 - Varna, Bulgaria

1974 - Vienna, Austria

1975 - Lausanne, Switzerland

1976 - Innsbruck, Austria

1976 - Montreal, Canada

1977 - Prague, Czechoslovakia

1978 - Athens, Greece

1979 - Montevideo, Uruguay

1980 - Lake Placid, United States

1980 - Moscow, Soviet Union

1981 - Baden-Baden, Germany

1982 - Rome, Italy

1983 - New Delhi, India

1984 - Sarajevo, Yugoslavia

1984 - Los Angeles, United States

1984 - Lausanne, Switzerland

1985 - Berlin, Germany

1987 - Lausanne, Switzerland

1987 - Istanbul, Turkey

1988 - Calgary, Canada

1988 - Seoul, Korea

1989 - San Juan, Puerto Rico

1990 - Tokyo, Japan

1991 - Birmingham, United Kingdom

1992 - Albertville, France

1992 - Barcelona, Spain

1993 - Lausanne, Switzerland (100.)

1993 - Monaco, Monaco

1994 - Lillehammer, Norway

1994 - Paris, France

1995 - Budapest, Hungary

1996 - Atlanta, United States

1997 - Lausanne, Switzerland

1998 - Nagano, Japan

1999 - Lausanne, Switzerland

1999 - Seoul, Korea

1999 - Lausanne, Switzerland

2000 - Sydney, Australia

2001 - Moscow, Russia

2002 - Salt Lake City, United States

2002 - Mexico-City, Mexico

2003 - Prague, Czech Republik

2004 - Athens, Greece

2005 - Singapore, Singapore

2006 - Torino, Italy

2007 - Guatemala City, Guatemala

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Thanks, CAF. I believe there's an error somewhere here:

"1981 - Baden-Baden, Germany

1982 - Rome, Italy

1983 - New Delhi, India

1984 - Sarajevo, Yugoslavia

1984 - Los Angeles, United States

1984 - Lausanne, Switzerland

1985 - Berlin, Germany

1987 - Lausanne, Switzerland"

Wouldn't that be:

1981 - Berlin

1985 - Lausanne

1986 - this year I know was held in Baden-Baden where they held the most famously unbiased site-selection election in Olympic history, with the 1992 Winter going to Albertville and Barcelona beating Paris for the Summer. :rolleyes:Quelle surprise!

Also, we can add:

2008 - Beijing

2009 - Copenhagen (2nd one, 59 years later)

2010 - Vankoofah, Canada

2011 - ? (this would have to be Africa or Asia)

2012 - London, UK

Strangely, looking at that list, Africa and South America have hosted only once each (1938 and 1979, respectively). Of the major nations, odd that Brazil has not hosted any.

Also, most hosted:

1. Lausanne, Suisse (11x)

2. Paris, France (9x)

3. London (5x by 2016)

ah, rivet-counting...

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Thanks, CAF. I believe there's an error somewhere here:

"1981 - Baden-Baden, Germany

1982 - Rome, Italy

1983 - New Delhi, India

1984 - Sarajevo, Yugoslavia

1984 - Los Angeles, United States

1984 - Lausanne, Switzerland

1985 - Berlin, Germany

1987 - Lausanne, Switzerland"

Wouldn't that be:

1981 - Berlin

1985 - Lausanne

1986 - this year I know was held in Baden-Baden where they held the most famously unbiased site-selection election in Olympic history, with the 1992 Winter going to Albertville and Barcelona beating Paris for the Summer. :rolleyes:Quelle surprise!

I looked that up in another source, it seems that there was no session in 1986

Its funny that Lausanne hosted in both 1919 and 1946, was it the headquaters already for the IOC in those years?

The headquarter of the IOC is since 1915 in Lausanne...

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I looked that up in another source, it seems that there was no session in 1986

So I guess it was just the "Site Selection' conclave in Baden-Baden. I guess El Jefe wanted no distractions whatsoever in the 'free' election of his home city! Or did he have the records expunged? :angry:

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So I guess it was just the "Site Selection' conclave in Baden-Baden. I guess El Jefe wanted no distractions whatsoever in the 'free' election of his home city! Or did he have the records expunged? :angry:

Mind you as city that hated him.

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So I guess it was just the "Site Selection' conclave in Baden-Baden. I guess El Jefe wanted no distractions whatsoever in the 'free' election of his home city! Or did he have the records expunged? :angry:

was in Lausanne,was public and was a free,logical,natural and very fortunate and correct election.

your obsession with the marquis of Samaranch is grave...a problem between aristocrats?

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By Vankoofah I assume you mean Vancouver...

And, ñuto, sorry, but it is quite clear that Samaranch wase quite biasse and, in my opignon, Sofia would have been a far bether host that Albertville...

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By Vankoofah I assume you mean Vancouver...

And, ñuto, sorry, but it is quite clear that Samaranch wase quite biasse and, in my opignon, Sofia would have been a far bether host that Albertville...

yes,perhaps Sofia would have been better option that Albertville,but two negatives to the grandeur de la France could have been too much...

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was in Lausanne,was public and was a free,logical,natural and very fortunate and correct election.

your obsession with the marquis of Samaranch is grave...a problem between aristocrats?

are you kidding NUTo?.....those two elections on that day were unquestionably the most BIASED voting to ever take place within the IOC, run by none other than Dictator Samaranch...thank goddness his little tactics failed last year in Singapore, and will once again in Copenhagen

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are you kidding NUTo?.....those two elections on that day were unquestionably the most BIASED voting to ever take place within the IOC, run by none other than Dictator Samaranch...thank goddness his little tactics failed last year in Singapore, and will once again in Copenhagen

no,I´m not kidding.your opinion is irrational.

bye

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no,I´m not kidding.your opinion is irrational.

bye

ummm that isn't an opinion, but rather a FACT, wihtout Samarnch's little "influence" (if that's not the understatement of the year) at that session Albertville and Barcelona would not have hosted 1992.....that is a FACT.....

but be dismissive and live in your little Madrid/Spain oriented bubble...what else is new :P

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If 1992 went properly it would have be Paris 1992 and Falun 1992. The 1992 to 2000 games elections where all dubious.

If it had gone by the bid books

1992 - Paris

1992 - Falun

1994 - Anchorage *1

1996 - Athens

1998 - Quebec City

2000 - Beijing *2

2002 - Sion

2004 - Rome

2006 - Helsinki*3

2008 - Toronto

2010 - Pyeongchang

2012 - London

2014 - Sochi

2016 - Chicago

2018 - Oslo/Lillehammer/Trondheim/Tromso

2020 - Tokyo

2022 - Denver

*1 Lillehammer was heavily pushed by Samaranch because of the royal connections with the bid

*2 even though some think that Sydney getings the games was a backlash towards Samaranch pushing Beijing to hard, but it happened again in 2008 and Beijing got them so that thought is dubious

*3God knows, since the two voting candidates were both out by 1992 and 2004, so it would have

probably gone to Helsinki even if the IOC hadn't have liked the plan

Of course this is just based on the bidding history, of course if things hadn't went screwy in 1992 and 1996 the US would have probably tried to get the games by 2008. Though I am not sure how many people would prefer that list to the one we have because of the monkey business between 1986 and 1990. I would much rather have had the great games that Lillehammer, Sydney and Salt Lake City put on then to have had everything proper

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Faster, your pitas are burning. Better mind the job or you'll have to send out another 400 resumes until the next one!

hasn't started yet

and whats your problem, i support you and your thought that Samaranch corrupted the 1992 vote

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hasn't started yet

and whats your problem, i support you and your thought that Samaranch corrupted the 1992 vote

It's just amazing how much thought you've put into this.

But we've had a similar thread before: What if 1996 indeed had gone to Athems? So all the wudda-shudda-kooddas.

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It's just amazing how much thought you've put into this.

But we've had a similar thread before: What if 1996 indeed had gone to Athems? So all the wudda-shudda-kooddas.

I remember that, I think I started it.

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If 1992 went properly it would have be Paris 1992 and Falun 1992. The 1992 to 2000 games elections where all dubious.

If it had gone by the bid books

1992 - Paris

1992 - Falun

1994 - Anchorage *1

1996 - Athens

1998 - Quebec City

2000 - Beijing *2

2002 - Sion

2004 - Rome

2006 - Helsinki*3

2008 - Toronto

2010 - Pyeongchang

2012 - London

2014 - Sochi

2016 - Chicago

2018 - Oslo/Lillehammer/Trondheim/Tromso

2020 - Tokyo

2022 - Denver

*1 Lillehammer was heavily pushed by Samaranch because of the royal connections with the bid

*2 even though some think that Sydney getings the games was a backlash towards Samaranch pushing Beijing to hard, but it happened again in 2008 and Beijing got them so that thought is dubious

*3God knows, since the two voting candidates were both out by 1992 and 2004, so it would have

probably gone to Helsinki even if the IOC hadn't have liked the plan

Of course this is just based on the bidding history, of course if things hadn't went screwy in 1992 and 1996 the US would have probably tried to get the games by 2008. Though I am not sure how many people would prefer that list to the one we have because of the monkey business between 1986 and 1990. I would much rather have had the great games that Lillehammer, Sydney and Salt Lake City put on then to have had everything proper

the Barcelona bid was better that the Paris one and this election was clear and correct,nobody with common sense can doubt it.this new pollemic is absurd and based in your prejudices againts Spain...

everybody knows that the Samaranch ´s preference for 1994 WOG was Orstensund,no Lillehammer,for these questions I recommend you the book "Olympic Revolution" (Pavilion,London 1992) of David Miller,Chief Sport Correspondent of "The Times"...

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Sorry, but the only reason that Albertville got the games is to make shure Paris would not gat theme, thats it, end of the story. Your dear Samaranch would have NEVER suported Albertville if it wasen't for his hometown Barcelona biding.

I am not doubting the quality of the Barcelona bid or games, just the quality of the election...

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are you kidding NUTo?.....those two elections on that day were unquestionably the most BIASED voting to ever take place within the IOC, run by none other than Dictator Samaranch...thank goddness his little tactics failed last year in Singapore, and will once again in Copenhagen

It was a pity that his little tactics didn't fail in San Juan in 1989, when your 'adorable' Atlanta was proclamed host city of the horrible Centennial Games. Samaranch always try to boost your 'adorable' city and we see the result.

He also boosted Sydney for 2000 and we saw what a magnificent Olympics they were. And of course, Barcelona 1992.

And, one thing, can your remember the Budapest 1995 Session? His little tactics (that time related with money from a city of Utah) didn't fail, too.

So, don't come here talking about 'un-biased' votings... we have see a lot of un-biased votings, and not only Laussanne'86.

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The election of Atlanta as the host of the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games as it sits on the history books and records, per the IOC...

The True Facts behind the choice of Atlanta as the Excellent 1996 Host per the IOC

and not distorted by some unhappy Spaniards... :angry:

Move on, Mikel. It's not healthy for you, and you can't rewrite history. :D

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