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Weekend Reads The Summer Olympics 2032 will take place in Brisbane (which was the only candidate city)

18:05  21 july  2021
18:05  21 july  2021 Source:   nouvelobs.com

Brisbane 2032: IOC confirms Brisbane as host of 2032 Summer Olympics, Paralympic Games

  Brisbane 2032: IOC confirms Brisbane as host of 2032 Summer Olympics, Paralympic Games Australia will become just the fourth country to have hosted the Summer Olympic Games three or more times. Melbourne hosted the 1956 Games and Sydney was the host of the 2000 Games. The announcement was made at the 138th IOC Session in Tokyo ahead of the Tokyo 2021 Olympic Games, which officially begin Friday. In February, it was confirmed that Brisbane was the IOC's preferred bid for the 2032 Summer Olympic and Paralympic Games. This began targeted dialogue between the IOC executive and the Brisbane 2032 bid to thoroughly examine the proposed plan for the Games.

  Les JO d’été 2032 auront lieu à Brisbane (qui était la seule ville candidate) © Copyright 2021, Obs

while the Tokyo Olympic Games will open Friday, July 23 in a Concerning Health Concern, With strict rules for athletes and their supervision, Brisbane won this Wednesday, July 21, the organization of the summer Olympics of 2032.

It is without suspense that the Australian city, alone in the running after being designated as " Preferred host "by the IOC on February 24, was elected by IOC members gathered in the Japanese capital of two days from the opening ceremony. The Olympics will take place from July 23rd to August 8, 2032.

Brisbane, Capital of Queensland, Australia, will succeed Paris, Host of the Jo-2024, and in Los Angeles, an organizer in 2028. After Melbourne (1956) and Sydney (2000) ), Australia will host the Olympics for the third time.

Brisbane picked to host 2032 Olympics without a rival bid

  Brisbane picked to host 2032 Olympics without a rival bid TOKYO — Brisbane was picked Wednesday to host the 2032 Olympics, the inevitable winner of a one-city race steered by the IOC to avoid rival bids. The Games will go back to Australia 32 years after the popular 2000 Sydney Olympics. Melbourne hosted in 1956. “We know what it takes to deliver a successful Games in Australia,” Prime Minister Scott Morrison told International Olympic Committee members in an 11-minute live video link from his office. When the award was later confirmed, with Brisbane winning the vote 72-5, Morrison raised both arms in the air and gave two thumbs up.

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already in 1992, Brisbane was a candidate for the organization of the Olympic Games finally attributed to Barcelona. His announced appointment has unhappy the Qatar, who also wanted to welcome the games of 2032 just like Seoul and Pyongyang who had formalized last April a common application.

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according to "The team", events will be played on three different sites - Brisbane, Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast - with Olympic villages in each of these three locations. The three villages (separated between them of about an hour) will be at least twenty minutes from the competition places of the sports concerned. In addition, concerning infrastructure, the city promises "84% of existing and temporary sites".

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NBCUniversal is finally giving Peacock the launch it had initially planned, when the Tokyo Olympics light the torch on Friday after a year-long delay. NBCU executives are putting live coverage of popular events like track and field, gymnastics (which feature arguably the most popular American competing in Simone Biles) and men's basketball in an effort to boost interest in its 1-year-old streaming service that has struggled so far to gain traction in a hyper-competitive market. Comcast said Peacock had 42 million signups by the end of the first quarter (it will report second quarter earnings next week).

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