[Culture] Micras Games

Re: [Culture] Micras Games

Postby Zibertian Kind » Thu Nov 16, 2017 4:56 pm

Passio-Corum supports the call for Daocheng to host the games.
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Re: [Culture] Micras Games

Postby Zibertian Kind » Fri Nov 24, 2017 9:35 pm

Members may now begin investing in the Bidding Brokerage. For its part, Passio-Corum has invested already enough to fund the construction of a mid-size, multi-event arena.

Edit: Members are free to add additional companiesto the brokerage as well, if they'd like. The list of sports which are included is by no means exhaustive. If your nation would like to invest in a sport which isn't already included, feel free to add it.
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Re: [Culture] Micras Games

Postby Craitman » Sat Nov 25, 2017 10:55 am

I will be looking to compile a final bid to be submitted tomorrow, so this will certainly help our cause, and will establish a firm framework with which to progress should we ultimately be successful in winning the rights to host the games!
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Re: [Culture] Micras Games

Postby Jonas » Sat Nov 25, 2017 11:35 am

Huzzah!
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Re: [Culture] Micras Games

Postby Craitman » Fri Dec 01, 2017 2:50 am

Apologies for the delay, but the bid for Daocheng to host the 2018 Micras Games has been submitted just before the deadline!

Here is the bid in full:
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Nation Name: Jingdao

Proposed Host City: Daocheng

Number of Stadiums/Arenas/Venues: Twenty individual venues, nine of which are situated in the Daocheng metro area and will host over 75% of the games' events
Games Village complex:
Heavenly Light Stadium: opening and closing ceremonies, athletics, pentathlon

Indoor Arenas: badminton, basketball, boxing, fencing, handball, hetlöhi, judo, ólbescból, taekwondo, volleyball, wrestling

Olympian All-Weather Stadium: archery, field hockey

Olympian Aquatics Complex: swimming, water polo

VeloDome: cycling

Greater Daocheng:
Daocheng Frozen Coliseum: curling, figure skating, ice hockey, speed skating

Heavenly Light Golf and Lawn Tennis Club: golf, tennis

Jingdao National Sport Club: gymnastics, table tennis

Zijincheng Stadium: rugby, women's association football

Outside Daocheng (by sport):
Amorian football, brosatamış, rugby, women's association football: purpose-built multi-sport stadiums in Xiacheng, Pangbin, Hantian and Libang to rotate as required

Baseball, softball: baseball stadiums in Daishu, Haimiku and Xingang

Canoeing, rowing: purpose-built watersport centre in Jijiang

Triathlon: street course in Xiaogong

Twenty20 cricket: cricket grounds in Kaimingcheng and Xiacheng


Leader: Hai Emperor

Government: Semi-constitutional monarchy

Number of Sports Played:
Of the traditional sports on the Micras Games schedule, eleven are played to either a fully professional league, or professional touring individual, standard within Jingdao, with the vast majority of the remaining sports having amateur competitions run throughout the nation with help from respective authorities

Brief history of sport in your country:
While Jingdao may be somewhat of a latecomer to the sporting scene on Micras, there are strong sporting ties throughout the nation's history, with competition often used by the ruling classes and commoners alike as means of entertainment, establishing honour and deciding feuds. Sports with militaristic and honourable origins, such as archery and combat sports, are intertwined with those that require considerable composure and technical ability, like gymnastics and table tennis, to create a thriving sports community among the Jingdaoese. In recent times, football has established itself as a unifying sport for the populace, with the ethnically diverse national team exceeding all expectations in their run to the quarter-finals of the World Cup last summer; an achievement which spurred strong enough interest for a first nationwide professional league to be founded for this season. Should the Micras Games make their way to Daocheng, the plethora of sporting talent on show would certainly bear further interest and development to fuel Jingdao's future.

Why do you think you deserve to host the inaugural Micras Games?:
Daocheng is a city of contrasts. Traditions meet modernity, rigidity meets fluidity, and stereotypes meet their maker. Forget what you think you know about Jingdao and see for yourself; the architecture, the culture, the pomp and the people who make this bustling metropolis the pulsating heart of Apollonia.

While Daocheng's atmosphere will entice visitors, we can also ensure superb logistical and functional aspects to run an incomparable games. With the expertise of our fellow USSO members on board, and willingness to make a Jingdao-hosted games an unequivocal success, our state-of-the-art venues, transport, accommodation and ticketing infrastructure will be the envy of all nations wishing to host even the smallest of similar future events. Once Daocheng is confirmed as host, our platform to fund every aspect of the games will begin in due course, and relevant updates shall be issued periodically up until the time comes for the countdown to begin on the opening ceremony in the beautiful Heavenly Light Stadium, to be situated in the sporting hub of the city, which will find future use by all residents as part of the games' legacy - a brighter future we can all hope for across Micras.

Daocheng is now open!
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