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Tokyo missed out on hosting the 2016 Olympic Games after it was voted out in the second round of voting in during the 121st International Olympic Committee  Session in Copenhagen today.
Minutes before the start of the voting by the IOC there was a lot of buzz and anticipation among some of my friends on twitter so I decided to throw out a quick twitter poll to see which city they wanted to host the 2016 Olympic Games. The second largest city in Brazil famous for breath taking views, carnival, samba, and beautiful beaches will be hosting the 2016 Olympic Games. Like most of the comments from your previous post, I also was concerned that for a city like Tokyo, the Olympics would have done more bad than good. From the video presentations I saw online Rio’s plans were unique, attractive and concrete.
Carnivale, samba, Copacabana, Ipanema and home of the Brazilian (the people and the wax)… can’t be all bad!


Chicago was surprisingly voted out first and that left Madrid (Spain) and Rio De Janeiro (Brazil) left to duke it out for the vote. The second post got some really interesting comments from persons explaining why they thought some cities should or should not be the host which made for a very interesting read.
There was a obvious Tokyo bias as most of my pals are Japanophiles like me but interestingly Rio was right up there. The first thing I though when they won was that at least I don’t have to be up in the middle of the night to watch the races Jamaica is involved in ^^. It would be a goose bumps moment to see Obama (wheather he’d be president or not) opening the games.
Though it would have been nice if Chicago won (so I can go back to my hometown!), but the city has too many problems to accommodate everyone.


Maybe it will push them to clean up the city (and modernize) like what happened with Beijing. While I am happy for Rio and Brazil, I wonder, if they are up for the task to organize one of the biggest (if not the biggest) events in the world.



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