Asian Games: Nagoya expected to react 2026 co-host bid with Aichi Pref.

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14:30 7 Sep 2016

NAGOYA, Sept. 7, Kyodo

Aichi Gov. Hideaki Omura pronounced Wednesday a Nagoya metropolitan supervision is approaching to react a Prefecture in a corner bid to horde a 2026 Asian Games.

The prefectural supervision supposed Nagoya’s final to prove a estimated costs for hosting a informal summer sports eventuality and what a weight ratio between a prefecture and a city would be, Omura said.

Nagoya Mayor Takashi Kawamura pronounced Monday that his city, a Aichi’s prefectural capital, was reconsidering a partial in a bid as a prefecture had not nonetheless come brazen with cost estimates.

Kawamura remained discreet after a prefecture showed a estimated costs, saying, “We need to examination a calm and plead a matter. Nothing is staid yet.”

The prefecture told a city a sum costs will come to a roughly 85 billion yen (about $820 million). After subtracting 25 billion yen to be lonesome by sponsorship and other revenues, a prefecture would compensate two-thirds and a city one-third of a remaining amount.

Omura pronounced he motionless to respond to Nagoya’s direct for an guess since it is cryptic to work toward a Olympic Council of Asia’s General Assembly scheduled Sept. 25 in Danang, Vietnam, due to differences in views among internal parties.

The Japanese Olympic Committee is set to confirm on Japan’s claimant site for a 2026 Asian Games subsequent Tuesday, and a OCA is approaching to name a horde plcae during a General Assembly meeting.


  • Nagoya approaching to react bid to co-host 2026 Asian Games

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