“The unanimous decision of the Executive Board is a credit to the work year of Brisbane 2032, the Australian Olympic Committee, and their partners, reviewed every aspect of this work,” the IOC said in a statement Thursday.
Speaking in Geneva, Switzerland, IOC President Thomas Bach said Brisbane’s record of supporting major sporting competitions and political and public support for the event made the city’s value ” irresistible. ”
“The future of those Games is bright,” Bach said.
Earlier this year, Brisbane was invited to address it at a “planned discussion” run by the IOC’s Future Host Commission, a process designed to avoid the idea of a graft that undermined the 2016 and 2020 investment plans.
Resolution 2032 will be submitted by a committee of 100 IOC delegates on July 21, two days before the Tokyo development ceremony.
Australia has won the Olympic Games twice before, Melbourne 1956 and Sydney 2000.