“The world sends its youth to Boston to be educated,” said John Fish, chairman of Boston 2024, Friday morning. “The world sends its sick to Boston to be healed. The world sends its great minds to Boston to innovate…Why don’t we send the world’s greatest athletes to compete in Boston?”
Thursday evening, the 15-member U.S. Olympic Committee will board a plane at the Denver airport, take to the skies and fly to one of four American cities.
Tuesday afternoon, Boston Mayor Marty Walsh, Suffolk Construction CEO John Fish and other members of the Boston 2024 executive bid committee made a pitch for why Boston should host the 2024 Olympics. They spoke to the U.S. Olympic Committee in California.
Should Boston Host The Olympic Games? A group of civic leaders is making a pitch to do so. But critics say that the games would be a disaster for the city.
A group of private individuals has formed the Boston Exploratory Committee to investigate the viability of hosting the 2024 summer games. But does hosting the Olympics make economic sense for Boston?
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