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The Vancouver bid for the 2030 Winter Olympics is a proposed bid to bring the 2030 Winter Olympics to the city of Vancouver, Canada. Canada previously hosted the 2010 Winter Olympics. In essence, proponents for Vancouver 2030 are pitching the strengths of reusing the sports venues, facilities, and infrastructure built for the 2010 Winter Games, and tapping into the strong sports hosting experience legacy — the know-how that led to Vancouver's roles in hosting the annual World Rugby's Canada Sevens, 2019 IIHF World Juniors, and its central role in the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup. Based on the letters, the COC appears to acknowledge all of these advantages as the basis for its strong preference to consider a Vancouver bid.

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  • The Vancouver bid for the 2030 Winter Olympics is a proposed bid to bring the 2030 Winter Olympics to the city of Vancouver, Canada. Canada previously hosted the 2010 Winter Olympics. In essence, proponents for Vancouver 2030 are pitching the strengths of reusing the sports venues, facilities, and infrastructure built for the 2010 Winter Games, and tapping into the strong sports hosting experience legacy — the know-how that led to Vancouver's roles in hosting the annual World Rugby's Canada Sevens, 2019 IIHF World Juniors, and its central role in the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup. Based on the letters, the COC appears to acknowledge all of these advantages as the basis for its strong preference to consider a Vancouver bid.
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  • The Vancouver bid for the 2030 Winter Olympics is a proposed bid to bring the 2030 Winter Olympics to the city of Vancouver, Canada. Canada previously hosted the 2010 Winter Olympics. In essence, proponents for Vancouver 2030 are pitching the strengths of reusing the sports venues, facilities, and infrastructure built for the 2010 Winter Games, and tapping into the strong sports hosting experience legacy — the know-how that led to Vancouver's roles in hosting the annual World Rugby's Canada Sevens, 2019 IIHF World Juniors, and its central role in the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup. Based on the letters, the COC appears to acknowledge all of these advantages as the basis for its strong preference to consider a Vancouver bid. The arguments in favour of exploring this possibility include the ability to use existing infrastructure from the 2010 Games, the influx of government funding that would create new infrastructure projects and economic and social benefits that would come with hosting a large-scale international event again. Vancouver 2010 is regarded as a highly successful Winter Games both domestically and internationally that established a positive post-Games legacy of ensuring the new sports venues would not go under-utilized. Vancouver also had been named the greenest city in the world in 2020. The IOC is not expected to begin the process of selecting a 2030 host city until after the Beijing Games, but already, Vancouver has the conditions of being the frontrunner in this race.
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