2022 bid; Five bid cities submit application files

2022 5 applicant cities

The Applicant Cities of Krakow (Poland), Oslo (Norway), Almaty (Kazakhstan), Lviv (Ukraine) and Beijing (China) all met the 14 March 2014 deadline for submission to the International Olympic Committee (IOC) of their Application Files to host the 2022 Olympic Winter Games.

The Application Files provide the IOC with an overview of each city’s vision and concept for the Games and form the basis for an initial technical analysis of the bid. It is the principal deliverable of Phase 1 of the bidding procedure.

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Welcome 2014!

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Games

  • XXII Olympic Winter Games – 6-23 February – Sochi, Russia
  • XI Paralympic Winter Games – 7-16 March – Sochi, Russia
  • II Summer Youth Olympic Games – 16-28 August – Nanjing, China

IOC Meetings

  • 126th IOC Session – tba – Sochi, Russia
  • Extraordinary IOC session – tba – Monte Carlo, Monaco

2022 Bid

  • Sochi Olympic Winter Games Observer Programme – 7-23 February
  • Submission of the Application File – 14 March
  • Selection of Candidate Cities by the IOC – Executive Board – 8-9 July

2022 bid; Introduction to Krakow

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Kraków: Ceremonies, ice hockey, figure skating, short track and speed skating

Myślenice: Bobsleigh, luge and skeleton

Zakopane: Cross-country skiing, biathlon, freestyle skiing, nordic combined, ski jumping and snowbording

Jasná [Slovakia]: Alpine skiing events

 

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Krakow Arena, might be used for short track + figure skating. (currently under construction)

 

 

2022 bid; Introduction to Stockholm

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Publication: http://www.sok.se/download/18.3e7f4ba7140fff9e8b31626/Utredning+Stockholm+2022.pdf (in Swedish)

List of proposed venues (from Wikipedia):

  • Tele2 Arena (existing) – ceremonies
  • Åre Ski Area (existing) – alpine skiing (downhill, super-g, giant slalom, combined)
  • Flottsbrobacken (to be built) – alpine skiing (slalom), ski jumping, freestyle skiing (ski cross, slope style), snowboarding (border cross, slope style, giant slalom)
  • Hammarbytoppen (to be built) – bobsleigh, skeleton, luge, freestyle skiing (half pipe, moguls, aerials), snowboarding (half pipe, parallell slalom)
  • Hovet (existing) – curling
  • Friends Arena (existing) – ice hockey
  • Ericsson Globe (existing) – figure skating, short track speed skating
  • Tullinge/Hellasgården/Barkarby/Täby (to be built) – cross-country skiing, biathlon
  • Stockholm Olympic Stadium (existing) – cross-country skiing (sprint)
  • Tallkrogen (to be built) – speed skating

 

Official website: … (http://www.sok.se – Swedish Olympic Committee)