Russia Olympic Games 2032
“No one quite knew what to expect from a country that had shunned not only the Olympics but most athlete competition with the west since the 1917 Revolution (Redihan, 2018).” Was said about Russians who have competed in the 1952 Olympic Games for the first time since 1912. Russia hosted their first Olympic games in Moscow in 1980. This was the first time in which the games were to be held in a communist country. This also was when there was a decreased number of participating countries because of the declaring of the US-led boycott. As a team, Russia has won 196 Gold, 163 Silver, and 189 Bronze which is a total of 548 metals! (Redihan, 2018). This shows that Russia definitely has an upper hand at the competition. This leads to the ways that Russia should be able to host the Olympics in the year 2032. Not only is Russia beautiful and friendly, but even safe and convenient for all people wanting to be welcome.
Russia will host its Olympic Games in Kazan. Specifically, the Kazan Arena. The Kazan arena was first opened to bring the participation if the 2018 World Cup. Construction of it started in May 2010 and was then completed in 2013. It holds a large capacity of 45,000 seats making it very well to host a summer Olympics here in 2032. This can include remodeling and advanced work to make this large capacity an even better sight to see. In Kazan, there are many hotels, many attractions, and many methods of travel. There is anything from five stars to all luxury hotels to even simple ones depending on budget types. For example, there is the Don Kikhot Hotel which is a small Spanish-style hotel and is a double room. This is a good type of
hotel for those attending the Olympic games to feel safe and secure in each and every day. Most of these types of hotels are very similar to the other hotels that are recommended and in Kazan, These include Tatarskaya Usadba Hotel, Osobnyak and Teatraknoy Hotel, and Tatarian Hotel. (“Kazan,” n.d.) While being in these hotels there are many methods of travel, some of which are great, and some of which are not completely recommended. Being in a big city, taking a car is not completely recommended while staying in a hotel. While being in these hotels a good recommendation is to either be prepared to walk places nearby or use other methods. These other methods include a bus, a taxi, or the metro. A taxi can be found all around considering how well of a tourist place it is. Also, there are many buses to lead you to your destination. Also, a metro system which is like a subway system in which can take you underground to a place very fast. Each can have multiple stops and have a good pricing system furlong with the hotel stays. Also while being in Kazan, there are many attractions that one can view besides just the Olympic Games. There is a world famous Aqua Park, multiple nightclubs, and musical theaters of all types to attend. (Whalley, 2017). When it comes to the athletes, there will be around 3,000 of them coming from around the world. To be able to place these athletes in we will have to build and construct new hotels for them. Rather than paying each individual fee, it would be better to build our own and let them pay. The plan for this is to construct 3 hotels. Each hotel will have 17 floors, and each floor will have 30 rooms. This will make it so there can be 2 athletes in a room.
In Russia, there are many factors that play a role into the people who will decide to here and what to all bring to get there. When coming to Russia, it is basically like everywhere else, cold in the winter and warmer in the summer. We recommend for all visitors to bring layers of clothes because you never know when it will actually get warm. During the summer Olympics is will be
in the higher 70’s. Therefore, bringing lotions or hats or headgear to protect from the sun exposure is for sure recommended. Also, although it is warm, bringing a wind jacket or an umbrella is important in case for any types of impacts. It would also be important to bring some type of purse or pack to make sure you have everything necessary at all times. Most people who visit the places and theaters, also dress very formal, which make sit important to have someone decently nice. The main factor to consider is always the distance between everything. Though you may choose other travel methods, always have a nice pair of footwear to make sure that you are comfortable and ready for any type of effect. For those wanted a phone, always bring a portable charger for travels since most methods do not supply them for you. Also, wipes are important to make sure you stay sanitary from all the people and germs around you. (“Essentials in Russia,” n.d.). With cell phones, using your own sim card will not be an option since all roaming charges are cut off. Basically, having a phone on at all could cost you money. Buying a Russian sim card as soon as you get to the airport is important to make sure you don’t have these extra charges. Although most people may not like this, you can get great service for a low price in Russia without having to be charged for the roaming expenses price. (Paranyushkin, 2018).
Although everything sounds super awesome, of course, like anywhere else there will be some down falls. Basically, Russia has shown over 40% of ecological downfall in pollution in the water. There is pollution anywhere from all small bodies of water, to big bodies of water such as the Caspian and Black seas, the Sea of Azov, the Volga River, and Lake Baikal. There has been a widespread of water pollution due to the Soviet-era dumping. This was when large amounts of sewage and chemicals were all deposited into Russia’s rivers. This also even includes radioactive wastewater in some places. (TEREKHOVA, 2014). The best way to find a solution to this
problem is to for sure practice responsible use of fertilizer. The people will be able to make these types of solutions to help with the bacteria coming off. This includes herbicides and pesticides. This will even change the body’s natural ecosystem.
When it comes to the remodeling and the coming to conclusions of what we all need for the Olympics, I do not think that we will need to build anything for transportation. There may be things needed to be added to the Kazan Stadium, and of course the building of hotels for athletes so that there is room and comfort. With the tv broadcasting, marketing and sponsorship, rights and licensing, and other revenues, it all adds up to be good for the country of Russia, and help out Kazan and the arena. Having the TV and broadcasting revenue can be an amount of around $2 billion. With worldwide marketing and sponsorship and be around $450 million with rights and licensing will be around $150 million. All other revenues around $125 million. (TOTALSPORTEK2, 2015). Going back to the hotels and the pricing, the Don Kikhot Hotel which is a small Spanish-style hotel and costs $56 for a double room. This is well priced and can be affordable for those who are coming to the Olympic games. Most of these types of hotels are around $50 and can be priced even better for more than one night. Going to Kazan from other countries may seem the same as usual. Although coming from America and paying for travel expenses is way cheap. The types of travel again include metro, bus, local car rental, and road parking charges. To take a metro can be anywhere from 15 to 25 rubles (22 to 37 cents). A bus will be 23 to 75 ($0.34 to $1.12) rubles depending on distance traveled. Local driving can be around 80 rubles ($1.20) and a map is 75 rubles ($1.12). Also, road parking charges can be anywhere from 30 to 70 rubles ($0.45 to $1.05) depending on the impact of where one had risked parking. (“Russian State,” n.d.). These methods of the building is very important to consider by
saving lots of revenue but using the recourses already owned. Projects are always complex and very huge financially. The infrastructure is still in the beginning in Russia with having it’s just now first PPP achieving any financial success. To be able to do this and build sustainable infrastructures PPP units must be more used federally and regionally to improve these types and coronations and start and new projects. (Chakrabarti, n.d.).
Our Russia Olympics will begin Saturday, July 24th and go until Monday, August 9th. This is a good time considering the weather is around 76 degrees Fahrenheit and provides good support for both athletes and fans. (“Kazan, Russia,” n.d.). During this time we will be having a lot of sports to have participated in. These include: archery, badminton, basketball, beach volleyball, canoe slalom, canoe sprint, cycling BNX, cycling road, diving, fences, football (soccer), golf, gymnastics artistic, systematic erythematic, handball, hockey, judo, rowing, rugby, sailing, shooting, swimming, synchronized swimming, table tennis, tennis, triathlon, volleyball, water polo, wrestling freestyle, and wrestling Greek-roman. The theme of these Olympics will be a celebration! Celebration – Kool and the gang! The Mascot will be a Tiger. This is a good mascot since it is a top predator and shows a significance in Russia. It shows power and dominance. The timeline of our Olympics shows a great way of how everything will be organized and the way that everything will play for the fans to enjoy while watching. All factors play a big role.
Russia shows a good representation of how the Olympics will be made successful here in 2032. The already built stadium and transportation options add a lot more positive detail to why they should take place in Russia. It would be really hard to start from scratch, so having it here shows a lot of why it will be a major impact in the world to take place here. Since from the very
beginning Russia surprised the world in the Olympic games, being said has not taken place here very much. Doing this will be good for the fans to bring in many more. The weather is good, the pricing is crazy cheap for the fans to be able to visit, the atmosphere is amazing, and there are many places to visit and enjoy while coming all the way here other than the games. Looking at the big picture makes having it at Russia show a lot of amusement and happiness to bring for athlete es and fans looking to travel, compete, and have fun! There is nothing better than celebration and to be able to make an impact on the name of Russia!
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