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Stay up to date with the latest news stories and press releases regarding the exploratory process for the Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games.
We learned late this afternoon that the United State Olympic Committee (USOC) has selected Salt Lake City as its partner to pursue a future Winter Games bid.
The United States Olympic Committee today selected Salt Lake City to represent the United States in a potential 2030 bid to host the Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games.
Recommendations inspired by statewide community input and International Olympic Committee’s Agenda 2020 and The New Norm
International Olympic Committee (IOC) officials claim to be stepping up their campaign to help cities win bidding referendums and believe reducing the costs of hosting the Games will help change the minds of local people.
When it comes to the Olympics, there are some things that everyone knows and other things that lots of people think they know. And the two categories define the difference between keeping an open mind on whether Denver should bid for an upcoming Winter Olympics and dismissing the idea out of hand.
An ambitious set of 118 reforms that reimagines how the Olympic Games are delivered, was presented to membership of International Olympic Committee (IOC) at it's 132nd session.
About 60 people from various nonprofits, business organizations and companies were deputized Saturday to go and seek feedback on how their neighbors and colleagues feel about hosting the Winter Olympics in Denver.
Colorado was awarded the 1976 Winter Olympics, said “no thanks” after major opposition, and the games went to Innsbruck, Austria, instead. We talk with Rob Cohen, who leads a group that wants Colorado to bid for the games again. His exploratory committee has its eyes on 2026 or 2030.
Denver’s exploratory committee for a potential Winter Olympics bid launched a public outreach website Tuesday and has invited more than 200 people to serve on advisory committees in coming weeks.
Gov. John Hickenlooper is part of a group collecting public input on whether to bid to host a future winter Olympic games, but there isn't much debate in his own mind.
Colorado is considering making a bid as a Winter Olympics site, as early as 2026. Right now, an exploratory committee has been formed to gauge public interest and support.
The exploratory committee charged with determining if Denver and Colorado should submit a bid to host an Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games announced opportunities today for community members to share their input.
Friday morning, the U.S. Olympic committee announced its entire Olympic team that will be heading to PyeongChang. Of the record 242 participants, 31 are from Colorado, making it the highest-represented state of the group.
Mayor Michael Hancock, with the support of Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper, has assembled a group of civic and community leaders from around the State of Colorado to determine whether Denver should submit a bid for a future Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games when the United States Olympic…
Continued interest among Colorado’s movers and shakers to host an Olympic Winter Games can seem truly odd. This is the state whose voters infamously stunned the world in 1972 by voting to reject the 1976 Winter Games after the International Olympics Committee accepted Denver’s bid to host them. It’s…