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OpEd: Brisbane 2032 Signals an Olympic Shift
The Opinionist says Brisbane’s nomination is a COVID circuit breaker and turning point for the Olympic Games.
#ICYMI: Greek Sport Faces More Scrutiny; IOC Resolute for Tokyo Olympics
#ICYMI -- In Case You Missed It ... Sometimes the best stories don't get the attention we think they deserve.
Asuncion 2022 Awards Infrastructure Projects
(ATR) ODESUR face-to-face Congress postponed by COVID-19.
Joyce Cook and Youri Djorkaeff appointed to head the FIFA Foundation
A Sporting Springboard for Indonesia
(ATR) Sport officials in Indonesia say the country must capitalize on hosting the 2018 Asian Games.
World Stadium Congress Finds New Home -- Conferences and Conventions
(ATR) Also: inaugural The SPOT conference aims to change the game; SportAccord adds new conference in 2018.
Relief for Caribbean Sport Still Weeks Away
(ATR) Regional sport leaders say a clearer picture of the damage is needed before sports relief can be sent.
IOC Inspects Key PyeongChang 2018 Infrastructure
(ATR) The final PyeongChang 2018 CoComm is reviewing venues and transportation facilities to be used in the Games.
Rio City Hall Outlines Ciclovia Fix - On the Scene
(ATR) City Hall says the collapse of the Ciclovia Tim Maia was the result of a design flaw and renovations will now begin. Aaron Bauer reports.
Peru's New President Will Support Lima 2019 Pan Ams
(ATR) Peru Olympic Committee chief stresses to ATR that government changes in Peru will not affect plans for the Pan American Games in 2019.
Rio Metro Line Open For Olympics, Barely
(ATR) A date is set for the new Rio Metro to carry passengers. ATR Rio correspondent Aaron Bauer has more from the Olympic city.
UPDATED IOC Visits Rio Over Line 4 Progress
(ATR) Spokespersons from the IOC and Rio state government tell ATR that Rio line 4 metro will be done by July 1.
Paes: Brazil Crises Spares Olympics
(ATR) Rio Mayor Paes says the city has the infrastructure in place to spare the Olympic Games from any crisis.
Presidential Assurances Given for Metro Line 4
(ATR) Organizers say the $250 million needed to finish the metro will arrive soon.
Atos Completes New Cloud Infrastructure for PyeongChang 2018 -- Sponsor Spotlight
(ATR) Also; USA Luge renews partnership with Western New York Energy.
Mayor: Rio Will Set Benchmark for Olympic Legacy -- On the Scene
(ATR) Rio Mayor Eduardo Paes tells ATR he could not have imagined how much has changed to prepare for the Games
USOC: Boston 2024 Will Not Use Taxpayer Money
(ATR) The United States Olympic Committee paid a visit to Boston on July 16.
Two Years and Counting: Success Goes On for LOCOG Senior Venues Team
Just over two years ago, senior members of LOCOG’s Venues and Infrastructure department of London 2012 established Trivandi, a consultancy that provides delivery and operational advice on major projects in the sport, leisure and event sectors.
Rome 2024 Develops Bid Concept
(ATR) ATR has learned solving transport infrastructure is an important hurdle the Rome 2024 bid must tackle.
Conferences & Conventions -- London Infrastructure Summit
(ATR) Also: Conference program for WISE Lausanne; IPC VISTA Conference add speakers.
2024 Olympic Bid Race Heating Up -- Media Watch
(ATR) Media weigh in on bid plans from Hamburg and Boston as the race for the 2024 Olympics heats up.
Op Ed -- Tokyo Olympics Should Provide Few Headaches
(ATR) Tokyo 2020 should provide the IOC relief from the headaches of the Rio 2016 Olympics.
Sochi Venue Builder Reveals Final Olympic Price Tag
(ATR) Olimpstroi spent $44.9 billion in government funds to build venues for Russia's first Olympic Winter Games.
FIFA Warns 2014 World Cup Host Cities
(ATR) Also: Football star Ronaldo admits he is "ashamed" of World Cup-related infrastructure projects.
Rio Stresses Advancements in Preparations
(ATR) Rio de Janeiro emphasized that 38 percent of the 2016 Olympic venues are ready.
Photodesk -- Infrastructure Projects in Rio de Janeiro
(ATR) The city of Rio de Janeiro is attempting to improve their infrastructure in the months leading up to the 2014 FIFA World Cup and the 2016 Olympics.
Valcke on World Cup: "We Are Not Ready"
(ATR) FIFA secretary general Jerome Valcke admits some infrastructure for the World Cup will not be ready by summer.
Games transport plan finalized ahead of Sochi 2014 Games
Vancouver, Whistler Benefit from 2010 Olympics; Little Impact Nationwide
(ATR) Vancouver and Whistler saw the most benefit from hosting the 2010 Olympics, while the rest of Canada has felt little more than a “red mitten effect."