2020 By the Book: Permanent Venues/Temporary Venues

(ATR)In this installment of By the Book, Around the Rings presents a look at plans of Istanbul, Madrid, and Tokyo for the 2020 Venues.

(ATR) Tokyos’s plan requires the most construction and upgrades, at a total cost of $5.175 Billion; Istanbul follows at $4.685 billion. Madrid has the most venues in place and needs only $1.987 Billion to get Games-ready. In this installment of By the Book, Around the Rings presents a look at plans of Istanbul, Madrid, and Tokyo for the 2020 Venues.

Istanbul proposes 37 competition venues, with an average travel time from the Olympic Village to be 16 minutes. The total cost for venues will be $4.685 billion.

Of the venues 11 (30%) venues are existing, 11 (30%) are planned, 9 (24%) are additional, and 6 (16%) are temporary

Istanbul Extant Venues:

11 venues, with 5 requiring upgrades at a cost of $135.1 million

Ataturk Olympic Stadium (Athletics, Modern Pentathlon): built 2002, requires upgrades

Atakoy Domes (Basketball): built 2010

Atakoy Arena (Fencing, Taekwondo): built 2012

Kadikoy Stadium/Seyrantepe Stadium (Football): built 1982/2011

Golden Gate Arena (Handball): built 1986, requires upgrades

Inonu Stadium (Rugby): built 1947, requires upgrades

Atakoy Marina (Sailing): built 1988, requires upgrades

Atasehir Arena (Volleyball): built 2012

National Volleyball Centre

Congress Valley Auditorium (Weightlifting): built 1947, requires upgrades

Istanbul Planned Venues:

Olympic and Paralympic Village: $445.9 million

Media Village: $650.3 million

Main Press Centre: $104.6 million

International Broadcast Centre: $243.2 million

Bosphorus Stadium (Athletics, marathon, Ceremonies): $474.7 million

Olympic Diving Stadium: $114.3 million

Olympic Training Centre Hall 3 (Badminton): $52.8 million

Olympic Training Centre Hall 1 (Boxing): $53.6 million

New Ankara Stadium/New Bursa Stadium (Football): $316.6 million/$293.1 million

Olympic Hockey Centre: $87.5 million

Olympic Training Centre Hall 2 (Judo, Wrestling): $54.2 million

Olympic Training Centre Hall 4 (Table Tennis): $52.2 million

Olympic Tennis Centre: $113.7 million

Istanbul Additional Venues:

Bosphorus Rowing Centre (Canoe-Kayak, Rowing): $386.4 million

Olympic Basketball Centre: $21.5 million

Olympic Whitewater Stadium (Canoe-Kayak, slalom): $32.3 million

Olympic Velodrome (Cycling, track): $67.8 million

Belgrad Forest Cycle Park (Cycling, BMX, mountain): $13.9 million

National Equestrian Centre: $32 million

Esenler Golf Club: $45.9 million

National Arena (Gymnastics): $141.8 million

National Shooting Centre: $22.4 million

Istanbul Temporary Venues:

Bosphorus Archery Park: $8.4 million

Golden Gate Park (Athletics, race walks, Cycling, road): $13.6 million

Olympic Water Polo Stadium: $21.4 million

Olympic Aquatic Centre: $142.6 million

Golden Gate Marina (Aquatics, swimming marathon, Triathlon): $14.4 million

Bophorus Beach Volleyball Centre: $15 million

Madrid proposes 35 venues for a total cost $1.987 Billion

Of the 35 venues 28 (80%) are Existing, 4 (11.5%) will be additional permanent venues, and 3 (9.5%) temporary venues

Madrid Extant Venues:

Of the 28 venues, only three new permanent upgrades at a total cost of $636 million

CCVM Archery: built 1932

Madrid Stadium (Athletics): built 1994, requires upgrades

Aquatic Center (Aquatics): built 2004, requires upgrades

IFEMA Pavilion 6 (Badminton): built 1991

Las Ventas (Basketball): built 1929

IFEMA Pavilion 8 (Boxing): built 1991

Madrid urban Circuit (Cycling, road): built 1947

Casa de Campo Circuit (Cycling, mountain bike, Triathlon): built 1998

La Zarzuela Hippodrome (Equestrian): built 1938, requires upgrades

IFEMA Pavilion 4 (Fencing): built 1991

Santiago Bernabeu Stadium/Lluis Companys Olympic Stadium/Nuevo Arcangel Stadium/La Rosaleda Stadium/Jose Zorrilla Stadium/La Romareda Stadium (Football): built 1947/1989/1994/1941/1982/1957

CCVM Golf Course: built 1932

Madrid Arena (Handball): built 2004

Ciudad Real Madrid (Hockey): built 2005

IFEMA Pavilion 10 (Judo, Taekwondo): built 1991

CCVM (Modern Pentathlon): built 1932

Alfredo Di Stefano Stadium (Rugby): built 2005

Valencia Port (Sailing): built 2006

IFEMA Pavilion 7 (Table Tennis): built 1991

Caja Magica (Tennis): built 2009

Palacio de Deportes (Volleyball): built 2005

IFEMA Pavilion 3 (Weightlifting): built 1991

IFEMA Pavilion 9 (Wrestling): built 1991

Madrid Additional Venues:

Madrid/Getafe Regatta Centre (Marathon Swimming, Canoe-Kayak, Rowing): $127.5 million

La Gavia Slalom Course (Canoe-Kayak, slalom): $32.2 million

Gymnastics Pavilion: $93.7 million

Paracuellos Shooting Centre: $26.6 million

Madrid Temporary Venues:

Velodrome (Cycling): $22.4 million

Olympic Park BMX Track: $10.7 million

Retiro Park (Volleyball, beach): $24.3 million

Tokyo proposes 37 venues at a total cost of $5.175 Billion

28 of the 33 competition venues are within 8km of the Olympic Village

Of the 37 venues, 15 (41%) currently exist, where two will benefit from permanent refurbishment required for the 2020 Games. Of the 22 (59%) of venues that need to be built, 11 will be permanent legacies for the city.

Tokyo Extant Venues:

Of the 15 venues, only three require upgrades at a total cost of $440 million.

Nippon Budokan (judo): built 1964, requires upgrades

Ariake Tennis Park : built 1987, requires upgrades

IBC/MPC: built 1996, requires upgrades

Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium (Table Tennis): built 1990

Yoyogi National Stadium (Handball): built 1964

Tokyo International Forum: built 1996

Kokugikan Arena: built 1985

Tokyo Big Sight Hall A/Tokyo Big Sight Hall B (Wrestling, Fencing): built 1996

Dream Island Stadium (Equestrian): built 1995

Tokyo Stadium (Football, Modern Pentathlon): built 2000

Kasumigaseki Country Club (Golf): built 1929

Sapporo Dome/Miyagi Stadium/Saitama Stadium/International Stadium Yokohama: built 2001/2000/2001/1997

Tokyo Planned Venues:

Tokyo Olympic Stadium: $1.520 Billion

Musashino Forest Sport Centre (Modern Pentathlon: fencing): $284 million

Tokyo Additional Venues:

Ariake Arena (Volleyball): $201 million

Seaside Park Hockey Stadium (Hockey): $52 million

Sea Forest Waterway (Rowing, Canoe-kayak): $101 million

Wakasu Olympic Marina (Sailing): $114 million

Kasai Slalom Course (Canoe-Kayak): $36 million

Youth Plaza Arena A (Badminton)/Youth Plaza Arena B (Basketball): $420 million

Olympics Aquatics Center (Swimming, Diving, Synchonised Swimming) : $451 million

Olympic/Paralympic Village: $1.201 Billion

Tokyo Temporary Venues:

Imperial Palace Garden (Cycling, road Start): $7 million

Olympic BMX Course (Clycling, BMX)/Olympic Velodrome (Cycling, track): $74 million

Olympic Gymnastics Center: $101 million

Odaiba Marine Park (Triathlon, Aquatics, marathon swim): $17 million

Shiokaze Park (Beach Volleyball): $14 million

Sea Forest Cross-Country Course (Equestrian, eventing cross-country): $23 million

Sea Forest Mountain Bike Course: $15 million

Water Polo Arena: $0

Mushashino Forest Park (Cycling, road finish): $15 million

Asaka Shooting Range: $50 million

By the Book is a series of reports on the 2020 candidate cities, using information provided in the candidate file of each city.

Written by Aaron Bauer

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