Who Will Be Hosting the Next Olympics?
The Selection Process
The selection of which country will host the next Olympic Games is a long and arduous process, with many variables taken into consideration. The International Olympic Committee (IOC) is responsible for the selection process, and they are the ones who make the final decision.
There are several key criteria that the IOC looks at when selecting the host city of the Olympic Games. The first is the city’s capacity to host the event. This means that the city must have the necessary infrastructure and facilities to accommodate the athletes, spectators, and media. The city must also have a strong economy and be able to adequately finance the Games. Additionally, the city must have a strong commitment to the Olympic ideals and must have a suitable climate and environment for the athletes to compete in.
The Bidding Process
The bidding process for the next Olympic Games begins about seven years before the event is due to take place. Potential host cities must submit bids to the IOC, which will then assess them and narrow down the list of contenders. The IOC will then visit each of the cities and evaluate them against the criteria mentioned above. After this, the IOC will make its final decision about which city will host the next Olympic Games.
At the time of writing, the IOC is yet to announce the host city for the 2023 Olympic Games. However, there are a number of cities that have already expressed interest in hosting the event, including Paris, Los Angeles, and Hamburg. It is expected that the IOC will make its decision sometime in 2021.
The selection process for the host city of the next Olympic Games is a long and complex process. The IOC is responsible for the selection process and will take into account a number of factors when making its decision. At the time of writing, the host city for the 2023 Olympic Games is yet to be announced, but it is expected that the IOC will make its decision sometime in 2021.