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2020 Visions

In September, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) will announce the host city for the 2020 Games after an extensive bidding process. Three cities are in contention: Madrid, Tokyo and Istanbul, and the prospect of winning has sparked extreme feelings among residents and commentators in each of them. We speak to three people who have an interesting perspective on what winning the games would mean for the contenders.

Michael Rubin on Istanbul’s 2020 bid

noqueremosmadrid2020 on Madrid’s 2020 bid

Ayaka Mukae on Tokyo’s 2020 bid

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