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time Olympic jobs.
"In a heartbeat, I'd come back and take an
Olympics job" said LSA junior Jessica Fisher, a
UNSW study abroad student. "I'm trying to get a
full-time job here so I will be able to do that."
Officials at other local universities said they
also are looking out for students who want to work
during the Games.
"We're taking the break for a number of rea-
sons," said Andrew Potter, University of Sydney's
media manager. "Some of our students will be
competing, some academics are involved with the
administrative side of the Games and many of our
researchers are involved with issues or work relat-
ed to the Games."
/ "Also, the uni(versity) itself will be used for its
conference centers and residence halls" Potter
The Sydney Organizing Committee for the
Olympic Games and the International Olympic
Committee are setting up accommodations at
local universities for non-athlete guests of the
Olympics, Potter said.
Olympics competitors, however, will be housed
in the Athletes Village, which was designed by a
San Francisco-based architecture firm and has
been constructed at Sydney Olympic Park.
It will be the "world's largest solar-powered
community, said a government source.
Additionally, the homes of the village will be sold
after the Games to permanent residents.
In addition to the Athletes Village, Stadium
Australia has been erected at Homebush Bay -
the site of the Games - with a capacity of
110,000. Through the UNSW study abroad office,
several University of Michigan students in Sydney
were able to attend a sold-out National Rugby
League match at Stadium Australia's debut last
"It was great to be there as an outsider" said
LSA junior Michele McGlinchey, who is studying
abroad at New South Wales. "There were so many
people screaming at the same time; it reminded
me of a Michigan football game."
Prior to large-scale environmental landscape
improvements in the area, Homebush Bay was a
major dumping site for Sydney's household and
Enthusiasm for the Sydney Games also can be
seen in the availability of hotel accommodations
during the Olympic months.
"As far as I know, they're all completely
booked," Pearson said.
The hotel bookings will prompt several cruise
ship companies to send at least nine 1,000-room
ships into Sydney's harbors during the Games to
serve as "floating hotels," Pearson said.
Many Sydney residents, however, do not want
to deal with the Olympic crowds.
"I plan to leave Sydney during the Olympics,"
said Sydney resident Brooke Gissing, a UNSW
student. "We're crowded enough as it is."
Gissing said she plans to go overseas with her
family for the duration of the 2000 Games.
The popularity of the Sydney Olympics is also
anticipated to have a major effect on local trans-
portation, which has led to the creation of the
Olympic Road and Transportation Authority.
The other main citywide projects include a new
highway and railway connecting Sydney
International Airport to the heart of Sydney and
the recruitment of 3,300 buses and 4,500 drivers
from surrounding cities, Willoughby said.
"It'll be the biggest bus recruitment ever in
Sydney," Willoughby said. "The biggest we've
seen was 900 (buses) for the Pope in 1995."
Willoughby said public transportation will be
the only means available to arrive at the OlympiCs.
Although Australia and its many beaches are
well-known for surfing, the favorite pastime wjil
not be an official Olympic sport in the 20®0
"A sport must be practiced in 75 countries on
four continents to be eligible for the Summer
Games," SOCOG Public Information Coordinator
Kathleen Watson said, referring to the Olympic
Two new sports and two new disciplines will
be introduced in 2000 - the triathlon, tae-
kwon-doe, trampoline and synchronized diving.
The triathlon, which is scheduled to kick-off the
2000 Olympics, will start at the Sydney Opera
House, said Amanda Werner, Sydney Opera
House media relations officer.
Olympic Coordination Authority officials
expect 4.5 billion television viewers to watch the
opening ceremonies of the 2000 Olympics.
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