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Molowaku 2009/10: Excellence Through Openness

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Molowaku 2009/10: Excellence Through Openness

Post by wishfulanthony on Sun Jul 26, 2009 11:40 am

Well, it might not be known but Molowaku (renamed from Molowaku Island), my very own CJ, has been developing so much that it is now ready to host grand events, such as the Simlympics. The Molowaku Department of Education and National Sporting Committee have already chosen the location of the potential Simlympics competitions in Molowaku: Saint Paul.

A background on the potential host city: Saint Paul has a population of over 800,000 people, with five (5) stadiums already in place (with around seven more under construction) that can potentially bring in a lot of revenue to the Molowaku Government and to the non-profit charities that will utilize the money for developing programs that will alleviate hunger and encourage decency in the nation. The four stadiums are located within the University of Molowaku campus west of Downtown, with seating capacities ranging from 35,000 to 110,000, and they are on the picture below.



Arranging clockwise from top:
- Globe Arena (for badminton, basketball (preliminaries), and volleyball)
- Molowaku National Bank Arena (for boxing, fencing, hockey, judo, mixed martial arts, table tennis, taekwondo, weightlifting, and wrestling)
- Cardinal Rodriguez Memorial Stadium (for archery, road cycling, and shooting)
- Molowaku Stadium (for the opening and closing ceremonies; also for soccer and track and field events)
- Saint Paul Saints Field (for baseball and softball)

Saint Paul also has recently constructed the CityPark Stadium, a 12,000-seat arena in which it will host the artistic gymnastics, rhythmic gymnastics, and trampolining events, as well as tennis events (finals), located east of Downtown. Molowaku will develop venues for the other disciplines, such as:

- Aquatics Events (diving, swimming, synchronized swimming, and water polo)
- Basketball (finals)
- Beach volleyball
- Handball (preliminaries and finals)
- Modern pentathlon shooting and fencing
- Tennis (preliminaries)
- Track and BMX cycling

Other events, such as the beach volleyball, equestrian, kayaking, mountain biking, and sailing events, will take place either in or outside Saint Paul, because developments are still underway. The Athletes' Village, when it is completed, will be located northeast of Downtown, and it can be reached easily by subway (a 15-minute ride) or bus.

Public transportation is already extremely developed, with subway, bus, and train lines interconnecting city limits and extending all the way through the suburban towns and nearby (still developing) Carlson. The airport is already developed west of the city, in nearby Ocean View.

If you want to have more information about my proposal, feel free to ask me. There will also be updates on the Simlympics Bid on my CJ, which is technically part of my blog as well, http://www.anthonynachor.com/


Last edited by wishfulanthony on Sun Aug 02, 2009 2:19 pm; edited 1 time in total (Reason for editing : Proposal for earlier bid has been approved by the Molowaku Government)
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Re: Molowaku 2009/10: Excellence Through Openness

Post by canuck3360 on Sun Jul 26, 2009 3:58 pm

very nice start to a bid!

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Re: Molowaku 2009/10: Excellence Through Openness

Post by wishfulanthony on Sun Jul 26, 2009 4:05 pm

Thanks a lot! I'm working things out to host a successful bid. By the way, due to my region's geographical area (close to the Equator), my nation does not get snow, so I may not host the Winter equivalent of the Olympics... Smile
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Post by Peter on Mon Jul 27, 2009 8:31 am

very nice start anthony! can't wait to see more of molowaku!
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Re: Molowaku 2009/10: Excellence Through Openness

Post by wishfulanthony on Mon Jul 27, 2009 9:34 am

[Peter] Well, if you want more of Molowaku, feel free to check this out for size: http://www.anthonynachor.com/ -- there, you will find Molowaku pics and information, as well as my personal life story there too... Smile There will be a part 2 of the latest CJ update I made there coming up that will be simulcast here on SimSports so that you can check out my already fast-growing CJ.
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Re: Molowaku 2009/10: Excellence Through Openness

Post by Matt on Tue Jul 28, 2009 2:57 am

Nice start and nice venues Wink
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Re: Molowaku 2009/10: Excellence Through Openness

Post by Slacker on Tue Jul 28, 2009 3:16 am

Great start. I just had a quick look at your CJ and the amount of stats and information you have on there is pretty awesome Smile.

Looking forward to seeing more.
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Re: Molowaku 2009/10: Excellence Through Openness

Post by wishfulanthony on Sun Aug 02, 2009 11:25 am

Here we go, a new logo for my bid. Just created today:

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Re: Molowaku 2009/10: Excellence Through Openness

Post by TylerD30 on Sun Aug 02, 2009 12:28 pm

wait what??? your topic is for the year 2010 and your picture says 2009
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Re: Molowaku 2009/10: Excellence Through Openness

Post by wishfulanthony on Sun Aug 02, 2009 2:17 pm

Oops, did I put that by mistake? :p

I was going to bid earlier than usual, by the way... that's why I placed 2009 since I'm actually ready this early to bid for the next Simlympics. Not to worry, if I don't make it this year, I'll work harder for the next round. Smile
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