Radiance Square 2018 Summer Olympic Bid
|Radiance Square 2018 Summer Olympic Bid|
|City||Radiance Square, Whitechapel, Kenthurst|
|Slogan||Your next chapter|
|Round 1||7 Points (Top 3)|
|Round 2||3 (Not top 2)|
The Radiance Square 2018 Olympic Bid was a failed bid of Radiance Square for the 2018 Olympics. The city applied to be considered for bidding in mid February of 2018 and was selected as one of the top 3 candidates for the 2018 Olympics in the first round, the other two being Elecna Bay and Whiteley, but being eliminated in the second.
- 1 The City
- 2 Venues
Radiance Square is a governor city located on the east of Lake Capricorn. With a coastline good for rowing and facilities in place, in construction, or ready to be built, the city would have been excellent place to host the 2018 Olympics
Bordering major cities like Whitechapel and Kenthurst, the city is accessible by practically any plane, train, and has an extensive bus line by autobus22. Radiance Square International Airport has numerous destinations that make accessing the city by air easy. Finally, the A8 highway allows for the city to be accessible by road. The city is connected to the rest of the MRT and that should be considered when deciding who should the host the Olympics.
Radiance Square has grown rapidly recently and the city is ready to shine. The landscape had land suited for every event in the Olympics. A major event like the Olympics is best suited in Radiance Square as the Olympics can be defined by the growing culture and influence of the city.
The 2018 Olympics, if chosen to be in Radiance Square, would have been operated in 9 different venues and would have had an Olympic village:
- Opening & Closing Ceremonies
Michael Phelps Aquatic Center
Downtown Radiance Square
- Start/Finish of Elytra Course
- Start/Finish of Cross Country
Brady Ellison Archery Center
- Horse Racing
The Olympic village would have been a set of condos located in the Northwest of the city. Construction would have begun shortly after being awarded the Olympics.
All permanent builds would have continued to be used after the Olympics and renovated for new purposes. Temporary builds would have been removed shortly after the Olympics are over.