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Both bidders will deliver their final presentations in Monaco on Friday to the 27 members of the International Association of Athletics Federations Council, who will make a decision with far reaching implications for the legacy of London 2012 and the future of the Olympic Stadium.
Sheikh Bin Abdulrahman al-Thani, secretary general of the Qatar Olympic Committee and chairman of a Doha bid that has already promised to cover the £5m prize fund so the money can be ploughed into other IAAF initiatives, said: "I think tomorrow we will make more of the future, make more of working with the IAAF on development. I think that will make the difference.
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Despite renewed questions from stadium design experts over the practicality of air conditioning the 40,000 capacity Khalifa Stadium in Doha, al-Thani said that he was convinced its bid had managed to allay concerns about theAndy Murray in commanding form as the races in Paris Masters quarter-finals heat.
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