Nagoya bid for the 1988 Summer Olympics

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Bids for the
1988 (1988) Summer Olympics
Overview
Games of the XXIV Olympiad
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Details
City Nagoya, Japan
NOC JOC
Previous Games hosted
none
Decision
Result Eliminated

Nagoya 1988 was one of the two short-listed bids for the 1988 Summer Olympic Games, and was to be held in Nagoya, Japan.

Nagoya was eliminated in the first round of the ballot to select a host city at the 84th IOC sitting in September 1981 in Baden-Baden, West Germany.

Bid details[edit]

Proposed sport venues[1][edit]

  • Peace Park Olympic Stadium - opening and closing ceremonies, football, athletics, equestrian
  • Nagoya Gymnasium - boxing
  • Aichi Shinrin Park (Owariasahi) - archery, equestrian, modern pentathlon
  • Magai Dam (Sobue), or Jinnoshinden (Toyohashi), or Miyoshi & Toyoda - rowing and canoeing
  • Nagoya Cycling Race Track - cycling
  • Chukyo Race Course (Toyoake) - equestrian, modern pentathlon
  • Fujioka Area Park Land (Fujioka) - equestrian
  • Fukiage Hall - fencing, modern pentathlon
  • Mizuho Athletic Stadium - football
  • Ichinomiya Stadium (Ichinomiya) - football
  • Toyohashi Stadium (Toyohashi) - football
  • Yokkaichi Field Track and Field Ground (Yokkaichi) - football
  • Olympic Gymnasium - volleyball, gymnastics
  • Nagoya Central Gymnasium - handball
  • Suzuka Gymnasium, or Yokkaichi Gymnasium - handball
  • Tsuruma Park - hockey
  • Oshikiri Park - hockey
  • Asamiya park (Kasugai) - hockey
  • Gifu Stadium - hockey
  • Nagoya International Exhibition Centre - judo
  • Hino Shooting Range (Gifu) - shooting, modern pentathlon
  • Chunchi International Shooting Range (Fujioka), or Okazaki International Shooting Range - shooting
  • Olympic Park Pool - swimming, diving, modern pentathlon
  • Mizuho Swimming Pool - water polo
  • Aichi Prefectural Gymnasium - basketball
  • Okazaki Gymnasium - volleyball
  • Gifu Gymnasium - volleyball
  • Nagoya Sports Centre - weightlifting
  • Toyota Gymnasium - wrestling
  • Tsu Yacht Harbour, or Gamagōri Yacht Harbour - yachting

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Nagoya. Candidate City for the Games of the XXIV Olympiad 1988". The Japanese Olympic Committee. Retrieved 2014-07-10. , p.34-35