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According to IOC President Bach, there are already more than ten parties involved by 2036

According to IOC President Bach, there are already more than ten parties involved by 2036

International Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach welcomes renewed discussion about Germany’s bid to host the Olympic Games. “I have never hidden the fact that I would like to see her,” the head of the German International Olympic Committee told Sky TV. All doors to the IOC are open, Bach said, “but the competition for 2036 is in full swing.” There are already interested parties in the two-digit range.

But since Germany “always has something to offer”, he is happy with this discussion.” The 68-year-old attributes the growing interest in the Olympics to the IOC’s reforms to the award procedures, which he believes are far-reaching. 14 years before the 2036 play There were already more than a dozen interested parties playing in 2036. “From four continents except Oceania – that would be a bit early after Brisbane – and hopefully that continues and word will spread in Germany as well. Something has changed there.”

The Summer Olympics have already been booked until 2032 in Brisbane, and in 2024 it’s Paris’ turn in 2028 in Los Angeles. So the earliest date would be 2036. In Germany in the past, applications from Hamburg (summer) and Munich (winter) failed due to referendums. The last Olympic Games in Germany were held in Munich 50 years ago. The success of the 11-day European Championship, which concluded last Sunday in Munich, has sparked controversy over a possible German bid.

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