Analysis: Brisbane secures 2032 Olympics but host cities rarely win long-term
Hosting the Games is an expensive business and the cities which have reaped benefits from doing so are the exception rather than the rule
With only two more sleeps until the 2020 Olympics begin in Tokyo, albeit a year late for obvious reasons, the host for the 2032 games has been announced. Brisbane will become the third Australian city to stage the greatest show on Earth in 2032, following Melbourne in 1956 and Sydney in 2000.
Brisbane was long expected to be announced as host, having been named as the preferred bid by the selection committee back in February and the only name brought...
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