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2032 Olympic Games in Brisbane, Australia

He confirmed the selection of the city that was the only candidate. It will be the third Australian version of the story, after Melbourne 1956 and Sydney 2000

The 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games will be held in Brisbane, Australia. Unofficially, the selection was made, as the Australian city is the only candidate to host the edition, but after the 138th session of the International Olympic Committee, which was held in Tokyo, the official confirmation came. “We know what it takes to deliver a successful Games,” Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison told IOC members via video link.

So Australia will host the Olympic Games for the third time in its history, after Melbourne 1956 and 32 years after Sydney 2000. Brisbane 2032 will come after Tokyo 2020,

Paris 2024 and Los Angeles 2028.

An option that also changes the season of the Games since the 35th Olympic Games will be contested during the Australian winter rather than in the summer as is currently the case in the northern hemisphere. The enthusiasm of the Australian delegates in Tokyo is understandable. Richard Kolbeck and Adrian Schreiner said: “It is very satisfying that we have been working on this project for so many years and today for us it is like touching the sky with a finger. We already have several prefab structures, and others will be built. But also given our budget, I think the choice of Brisbane goes to Much further and related to all the other medium-sized cities that want to take a trip of this kind. And who wants to dream of an Olympics. We are convinced that we have done the math well and that we have a budget in line with our means. We know what we are facing and how many difficulties we will face, but we ready.”

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