Latest News on 2026 Winter Olympics
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Apr 04, 2019
IOC evaluation commission chief Octavian Morariu 'very, very positive' about Italy's 2026 Winter Olympics bidItaly's financial capital Milan and ski resort Cortina D'Ampezzo in the Dolomites are presenting a joint bid to stage Italy's fourth Olympic Games.
Nov 28, 2018
Milan, Stockholm present bids to host 2026 Winter Olympics after string of withdrawals from rival citiesThe race to host the 2026 Winter Olympics has highlighted a general trend in recent years against staging the expensive showcase sporting event.
Nov 19, 2018
Firstpost Explains: Why are so many cities pulling out of bids to host once-prestigious OlympicsEarlier last week, Calgary citizens voted against the city hosting the 2026 Winter Olympics. But why are so many cities pulling out of bids to host the once-prestigious Games? Firstpost explains
Sep 20, 2018
Italy to propose new Milan-Cortina joint bid for 2026 Winter Olympics, but claim door still open for Turin after withdrawalItaly forged ahead with its bid to host the 2026 Winter Olympics on Wednesday, hurriedly revising its original plans to stage the games across three cities and instead proposing a joint initiative by just Milan and Cortina.
Mar 14, 2018
Italy mull bid for hosting 2026 Winter Olympics despite political turmoil, withdrawal from race for 2024 Summer GamesItaly are considering a push to host the 2026 Winter Olympics, two years after Rome's mayor scuppered the city's bid for the 2024 Summer Games.
Feb 09, 2018
USA rule out hosting 2026 Winter Olympics but keep options open for possible bid in 2030The United States of America (USA) is not seeking to host the 2026 Winter Olympics but is not ruling out a bid for 2030, US Olympic Committee chairman Larry Probst said on Friday
Oct 20, 2017
IOC sets sights on reducing bidding expenses for 2026 Winter Olympics by 30 percentThe International Olympic Committee (IOC) wants to slash the costs of staging the 2026 Winter Olympics by 30 percent by cutting the campaigning period from two years to one for potential hosts.