Friday, February 5, 2010

Resiburg wins olympic bid

From the Consi Tribune
It was an exiting scene as it was announced that Resiburg had won the bid for the LN Olympics. Flags were waving all over Resiburg and the rest of Consi when at 11:00 A.M. local time it was announced that Resiburg had been chosen to host the 2011 LN Olympics.

The president declared a national holiday, closing all banks and government offices for the day. The president spoke to the press on the bid win. "This is a very exiting day for our country, and I can not express the joy that hosting this event brings to me. On Monday, all planned projects shall hereby commence construction," stated president Aveary.

Projects that will soon begin are the Apland Center for curling in Resiburg, and Oster East Olympic Park, used for Snowboard Cross and Ski Cross. Resiburg Stadium is in the final stages of construction, and will be extended to hold 35,000 people. An additional concourse to Consi-Arali International airport will be built, as well as the renovation of A2.

Ursula Eyrstin spoke in Resiburg after returning from the vote in the Isle of Bricks.
"I am so exited about this great city winning the bid for the Lego Nations Olympics. The games will certainly be good for our country."

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