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03 Jul 2006
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2014 Winter Games: launch of Candidature Procedure and Questionnaire


Following the selection of the 2014 Candidate Cities Sochi (Russian Federation), Salzburg (Austria) and PyeongChang (Republic of Korea)*, the IOC launches today the 2014 Candidature Procedure and Questionnaire. This document is provided by the IOC to Candidate Cities in the second phase of the bid process. It contains explanations about the various steps of the candidature until the election of the Host City in July 2007.

 
 
Procedure in three parts
The Candidature Procedure and Questionnaire is structured in three parts: Part 1 outlines what is required of a Candidate City during the second phase of the bid process. It contains procedures, rules and deadlines to be respected by Candidate Cities; Part 2 contains the detailed questionnaire which provides the structure of the Candidature File to be submitted to the IOC and which will form the basis for a technical analysis of each city’s project; Part 3 contains precise instructions on the presentation of a Candidate City’s submission to the IOC.

Detailed assessment
The selection of Sochi, Salzburg and PyeongChang on 22 June 2006 by the IOC Executive Board was based on the report of the IOC Candidature Acceptance Working Group which consisted of a detailed assessment of each city’s ability to organise the Olympic Winter Games.

 

 

Second phase calendar

3 July 2006
Candidature Procedure and Questionnaire made available to Candidate Cities/NOCs
10 January 2007           
Candidature File to be submitted to the IOC
February/March 2007    
IOC Evaluation Commission visits Candidate Cities
4 June 2007 
Publication of the Evaluation Commission Report
4 July 2007
Election of the Host City during the 119th IOC Session in Guatemala City

* (In order of drawing of lots)

 

Useful Links





IOC 2014 Evaluation Commission Report

Quick download (120kb)

 Report by the IOC Candidature Acceptance Working Group 

Full report (858 Kb)

 Report by the IOC Candidature Acceptance Working Group

 

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