When the International olympic committee on 24 June in Lausanne to vote on where the winter OLYMPIC games in 2026 will be arranged is the first time that the new hållbarhetsnormen Agenda 2020 is applied.
"If you look at the IOC's system today, so it's all about you get bonus points if you can use existing venues, and minus points if you have to build new," said Mats Årjes, chairman of the Swedish olympic committee (SOK) to DN at a press briefing during the alpine world CHAMPIONSHIPS in Åre in February of this year.
developed Årjes, together with Margareta Israelsson, president of the Swedish paralympic committee, how the application is structured:
”We rent existing facilities and requires no extensive municipal obligations. Financial envelope for implementation stands on its own, without the taxpayers taking any risk. The demand is no longer a financial loss guarantee. It is a change so sweeping that it has been difficult to communicate. We are now one of three remaining candidates to 2026 and we want to describe what it is we dream about, and what it now means to host the OLYMPIC and Paralympic games.
the Revenue will come mainly from the IOC, which guarantees the majority of the financial envelope for implementation. The remaining intäktsdel come from sponsors, ticket sales and merchandiselicenser. The budget contains no public funds.”
the IOC's total contribution to the organiser of the OS 2026 is located at around 8,88 billion.
of the stadiums that are supposed to be used during the OLYMPICS and Paralympics in 2026 already exists.
”the Goal is to build absolutely as little as possible. Over 90 percent of the stadiums needed to arrange the games are already. What must be built is an ice rink, and a ski resort,” writes the OS campaigning organisation on their website.
the Government supports the Swedish OS-application
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Milan-Cortina-supported by the Italian government
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