2026 MILAN WINTER OLYMPICS Travel Packages & Hotels
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As early as in 1956, the Italian ski resort Cortina d’Ampezzo hosted the 7th Winter Olympics. In 2006, Turin hosted the 20th Winter Olympics. In addition, Italy also hosted the 1960 Rome Olympic Games, which gave them rich experience in event operations.
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San Siro Stadium to host the opening and closing ceremonies
In March 2018, Italy submitted a memorandum of bid for the 2026 Winter Olympics to the International Olympic Committee. At that time, the three joint bidding cities were Milan and Cortina d’Ampezzo, as well as Torino, the host city of the 2006 Winter Olympics. With these three northern cities joining forces, there is almost no need to build any new venues in Italy. But last September, the Turin city government announced that it would withdraw from the bid for financial reasons.
Milan and Cortina d’Ampezzo are both in northern Italy and belong to a relatively affluent area. For many sports fans, Milan is a very familiar city. There are Serie A Milan duo, and the San Siro Stadium is a holy place in the hearts of fans. Italy has confirmed that the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2026 Winter Olympics will be held at the San Siro Stadium, which can accommodate 80,000 people. By then, this stadium built in 1926 will usher in its 100th anniversary.
According to Italian arrangements, Milan will host the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2026 Winter Olympics and ice projects. Although it does not have the conditions for snow events, Milan has successively hosted international competitions such as the World Short Track Speed Skating Championships and the World Figure Skating Championships in the past few years.
As for Cortina d’Ampezzo, 400 kilometers away from Milan, it sounds like a relatively unfamiliar, slurred name. But in fact, as early as 1956, Cortina d’Ampezzo had hosted the 7th Winter Olympics, and he was considered a predecessor of the Winter Olympics family.
In the skiing industry, Cortina d’Ampezzo, with an average altitude of more than 1,200 meters, has a high reputation. It is located in the Dolomiti Mountains in northern Italy and is listed as a World Natural Heritage for its beautiful scenery. There are 12 ski resorts around the Dolomiti Mountains, the most famous one is the Cortina d’Ampezzo ski resort. Cortina d’Ampezzo was very close to the Winter Olympics in 1944, but it was cancelled due to World War II.
Guided by the Olympic 2020 Agenda and the 2018 “New Norms”, the Milan-Cortina d’Ampezzo Winter Olympics will be a more sustainable, flexible and effective Olympic Games, and will also be the host city "Unlock" more long-term value.
The bid for the Winter Olympics is supported by 83% of local residents and 81% of the nationals. Italian enthusiastic sports fans will cheer for all athletes and encourage them to achieve excellent results in the competition, regardless of their nationality and ability. Italy believes that hosting these inspiring Winter Olympics, whether in the city or in the mountains, will change people's lives. Italy hopes that, inspired by the hard work of the athletes, the whole world can participate in ice and snow sports like them.
Ski mountaineering becomes a competition event in the 2026 Winter Olympics
The project will produce 5 gold medals at the 2026 Winter Olympics, including men's and women's individual sprint and cross-country, as well as mixed relay races, which are the same as the 2020 Lausanne Winter Youth Olympic Games. The 48 entries include There are 24 male and female athletes each.
The above five events will be held in accordance with the principle of venue sharing, and no separate venues will be constructed for ski mountaineering projects.
The decision emphasized the popularity of ski mountaineering in Italy, the host country of the 2026 Winter Olympics, and the profound historical heritage in the Alps. Italy is the leading force in this project and has achieved impressive results in various world competitions in the past ten years.
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