Olympics 2032: The Olympic Games 2032 will be held in Brisbane, Australia. The International Olympic Committee (IOC) made its official announcement on Wednesday. Brisbane has won the right to host the 2032 Summer Olympics. Australia has hosted the Olympics twice before. It has hosted the 1956 Melbourne and 2000 Sydney Olympics.
In 2017, the IOC handed over the hosting of the 2024 Olympics to Paris and the 2028 Olympics to Los Angeles. In February 2021, the IOC stated that Brisbane is a suitable candidate to host the 2032 Olympic Games. However, Qatar reiterated its desire to host the 2032 Games despite Brisbane being named the favourite by the IOC. On 10 June Brisbane was approved as the single candidate for the election by the IOC’s 15-strong executive board.
The Olympic and Paralympic Games Brisbane 2032 are coming. pic.twitter.com/FxPjZjx1Ge
— IOC MEDIA (@iocmedia) July 21, 2021
This time the Tokyo Olympics is being organized in Tokyo, the Capital of Japan. The Tokyo Olympics will begin on July 23 and will end on August 8. This time 127 players have made a claim from India in the Tokyo Olympics. It is expected that this time Indian players will win many medals for the country. After Tokyo, the Olympic Games will be held in Paris, France in 2024. After this the Olympic Games will be held in Los Angeles in 2028.
Australia will set this record by hosting Olympics 2032
Australia will become the second country after the United States to host the Olympic Games in three different cities. Earlier Olympics were organized by Melbourne in 1956 and Sydney in 2000. Several cities and countries had expressed interest in hosting the 2032 Games, including Indonesia, Hungary’s capital Budapest, China, Qatar’s Doha and Germany’s Ruhr Valley region.