They still must be considered the front-runner.
I believe an important responsibility we have is to keep moving the games around the world.
This is a great morale boost, sporting wise and internationally.
Today's decision opens up an opportunity for young athletes in the Marshall Islands to aspire to represent their country at the Olympic Games.
I'm one of those who like to have a North American presence on the board. It's a pity two candidates are coming from the same country. There's a risk they'll split the votes. That would be unfortunate.
It is a great milestone, at the Melbourne Olympics in 1956 there were just three nations representing Oceania, Australia, New Zealand and Fiji.