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By the Book â?? Olympic Fencing Venues

May 03, 2005

 (ATR) Two fencing venues for the 2012 Olympics date back to the 1980s, while two of the cities plan temporary arenas. Fencing Venues (Name; Build Date; Cost; Capacity; Dista...

By the Book: Olympic Public Transit

May 02, 2005

 (ATR) The five 2012 Olympic bid cities offer a rich assortment of transportation options for athletes and spectators. Rail and bus are the most popular modes of transport.Pub...

By the Book â?? 2012 Olympics Workforce

May 01, 2005

 (ATR) The cities bidding for the 2012 Olympics have budgeted from $98 million to $429 million to cover the expense of the Games workforce. More inside in By the Book, an Arou...

By the Book: Olympic Medical Services

April 29, 2005

 (ATR) New York will have the most expansive medical system in place for the 2012 Olympics. They will have the most hospitals and hospital beds available in the various Olympi...

By the Book: 2012 Olympic Boxing Venues

April 28, 2005

 (ATR) Historic venues in New York and Moscow will play host to Olympic boxing for the 2012 Games. Moscowâ??s Luzhniki Boxing Hall has hosted boxing in 1980, and New Yorkâ??s ...

By the Book: Olympic Baseball Stadiums

April 27, 2005

 (ATR) New Yorkâ??s fabled Yankee Stadium will play host to Olympic baseball should New York win the 2012 Games. The city would be the only city that would play all of its bas...

By the Book: 2012 Olympic Rowing Venues

April 26, 2005

 (ATR) New York and Moscow plan Olympic rowing venues closest to the city, while the other bid cities will hold their races outside the city center. All cities with the except...

By the Book: 2012 Olympics Road Cycling

April 25, 2005

 (ATR) London and Madrid plan Olympic cycling road race courses in the city, while the other bids plan courses outside the city center. Paris, Madrid, and Moscow will hold tim...

By the Book â?? 2012 Olympics Velodromes

April 24, 2005

(ATR) All of the 2012 Olympic bids except for Moscow are planning to build velodromes for track cycling. London and Madrid will build velodromes closest to the Olympic Villag...

By the Book â?? 2012 Olympics Bids IBCâ??s

April 23, 2005

(ATR) Each of the five bid cities will build new International Broadcast Centers for the 2012 Games. Each IBC will be located closely to the Main Press Centers.International B...

By the Book: 2012 Olympics Hotel Minimum

April 21, 2005

(ATR) New York City and Paris both have some form of minimum stay requirements for their 2012 Olympics bids, while all the cities except New York City specify that Olympic Fam...

By the Book: 2012 Main Press Centers

April 21, 2005

 (ATR) Only New York has an existing building to use as the Main Press Center for the 2012 Games. London plans to have the biggest press center.Main Press Centers (New/Existin...

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