Sydney Olympics Report

Horner, Ted
October 2000
Hospitality Upgrade;Fall2000, p1
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney, New South Wales. It notes that Australia finished fourth with 58 medals. It states that the athletes were housed in the 500 million dollar Olympic village that featured movie theaters, nightclubs, and a sauna. The article discusses the impact of the Olympics on Sydney, discussing hotels and noting that the Games created 100,000 jobs and estimates of up to $6 billion being pumped into the economy.


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