For better or worse, the whole world will set its sights on Tokyo 2021 Olympics This summer, the COVID-19 pandemic continued, forcing these Olympics to be postponed from 2020.
It is undeniable that in the pandemic, the 2021 Olympics have lost their remarkable brilliance, which forced the Olympics to be held without fans attending. In addition, more and more people involved in the Olympics-whether in the Olympic organization or the athletes themselves-have been tested positive for the virus. Some even took place in the Olympic villages where athletes and other organizers lived during the Olympics.
Of course, when Japan successfully won the bid to host the 2020 Turkey and Istanbul Olympics in 2013, it could not predict the huge logistical challenges of hosting the Summer Olympics during the pandemic.
The organizers of the Tokyo Olympics have worked to ensure that safe and relatively normal events are held between July 23 and August 8. Whether the epidemic will affect the future of the Olympic Games remains to be seen.
The following are the future host cities for the summer and winter games:
Where will the Olympic Games be held this year?
The 2021 Olympics will be held in Tokyo; as early as 2013, even in the wake of the Fukushima nuclear power plant crisis, Japan successfully won the bid to host the 2020 Olympics. This will be the fourth time in Japanese history to host the Olympic Games: the Summer Olympics were held in Tokyo for the first time in 1964, followed by the Winter Olympics in 1972 (Sapporo) and 1998 (Nagano).
The National Stadium of Japan-named the Olympic Stadium for the 2021 Olympic Games-will host the opening and closing ceremonies, as well as all track and field events, as well as some football matches. Japan’s National Olympic Stadium, which hosted the 1964 Olympics, was demolished and was upgraded for approximately $1.18 billion before the Summer Olympics. Except for some football matches, walking tournaments and marathons that will be held in Sapporo, about 691 miles north of Tokyo, almost all of the events will be held in Tokyo.
Here are the complete venues for the 2021 Olympic Games:
|Olympic Stadium||Opening and closing ceremonies, track and field, football|
|Tokyo Metropolitan Stadium||pingpong|
|Yoyogi National Stadium||Handball|
|Nippon Budokan||Judo, Karate|
|Tokyo International Forum||weightlifting|
|Musashino Forest Sports Plaza||Badminton, Pentathlon|
|Tokyo Stadium||Football, Pentathlon, Rugby|
|Ariake Arena||Indoor volleyball|
|Ariake Gymnastics Center||gymnastics|
|Ariake City Sports Park||Bicycle, BMX racing/freestyle, skateboard|
|Ariake Tennis Park||tennis|
|Odaiba Marine Park||Marathon swimming, triathlon|
|Chaofeng Park||Beach Volleyball|
|Qinghai Urban Sports Park||Three-on-three basketball, sports rock climbing|
|Oi Hockey Stadium||hockey|
|Ocean Forest Off-Road Route||Equestrian-triathlon, cross-country|
|Hailin Channel||Canoe sprint, rowing|
|Kasai Kayak Slalom Center||Canoe slalom|
|Dream Island Park Archery Range||Archery|
|Tokyo Aquatic Center||Swimming, artistic swimming, diving|
|Tatsumi Water Polo Center||water polo|
|Asaka Shooting Range||shooting|
|Musashi no Mori Park||bicycle lane|
|Sapporo Odori Park||Marathon, race walking|
|Makuhari Messe||Fencing, taekwondo, wrestling|
|Tsuzaki Surf Beach||surf|
|Saitama Super Arena||basketball|
|Xiaguan Country Club||golf|
|Enoshima Yacht Harbor||sailboat|
|Izu Velodrome and mountain bike route||Bicycle path, mountain bike|
|Fuji International Circuit||bicycle lane|
|Fukushima East Baseball Stadium||Baseball, softball|
|Yokohama Baseball Stadium||Baseball, softball|
|Ibaraki Kashima Stadium||football|
|Yokohama International Stadium||football|
Future Olympic locations
The next Olympic Games is just around the corner. After Tokyo, the 2022 Winter Olympics are scheduled to be held in Beijing from February 4 to 22, 2022, seven months after the closing ceremony of the 2021 Olympics. Paris (2024) and Los Angeles (2028) will host the next two Summer Olympics. Milan will host the 2026 Winter Olympics.
- 2022: Beijing (Winter)
- 2024: Paris (summer)
- 2026: Milan Cortina (winter)
- 2028: Los Angeles (summer)
- 2032: Brisbane (summer)
2022 Winter Olympics: Beijing
In July 2015, at the 128th IOC meeting held in Malaysia, the IOC elected Beijing as the host city for the 2022 Winter Olympics. The 2022 Olympics, scheduled to be held from February 4 to 22, 2022, will be noteworthy in several respects, the most important of which is that it will be the first Winter Olympics (and the only second Olympics in history). China.
The 2022 Olympics will also mark the first time that the same city will host the Summer Olympics and Winter Olympics at the same time; Beijing will also host the 2008 Summer Olympics. Beijing will also become the 11th city to host multiple Olympic Games. In addition, China became the ninth country to host both the Summer and Winter Olympics.
In terms of geography, Beijing will be the last of three consecutive Olympic Games held by East Asian countries: the 2018 Winter Olympics will be held in Pyeongchang, South Korea, followed by Tokyo in 2021, and finally Beijing in 2022.
The 2022 Olympic Games will include multiple “cluster” events, including those held in the Olympic Park, Yanqing and Zhangjiakou.
2024 Summer Olympics: Paris
The bid for the 2024 Summer Olympics began in 2015. Paris defeated four cities-Hamburg, Rome, Budapest and Los Angeles-to get the right to host the Olympics. After Hamburg, Rome and Budapest finally withdrew from the competition, the IOC approved Paris and Los Angeles to host the 2024 and 28 Olympic Games at the special IOC meeting held in Lausanne, Switzerland in 2017. The decision was officially announced at the 131st IOC meeting in Lima, Peru.
The 2024 Summer Olympics are scheduled to be held from July 26 to August 11, 2024. France will host the sixth Olympic Games: the first Olympic Games were held in 1904, when it hosted the second Hyundai in Paris. Olympic Games. The 2024 Summer Olympics is not only the third final of the French team, but also the first in 100 years: the last Olympics were held in 1904 (Paris) and 1924 (Paris). France also hosted winter games in 1924 (Chamonix), 1968 (Grenoble) and 1992 (Albertville).
Paris will also become the third city after London (1908, 1948, 2012) to host three summer Olympics. It will also include multiple venues distributed throughout the region, including the Greater Paris area (eight sports), the central area of Paris (19 sports), the Palace of Versailles (four sports) and the outer area (six sports).
2026 Winter Olympics: Milan Cortina
At the 134th IOC meeting in Lausanne, Switzerland in July 2019, Milan and Cortina d’Ampezzo of Italy were selected as the co-hosts of the 2026 Winter Olympics, defeating Stockholm (Sweden). The 2026 Winter Olympics will mark the first time that two cities have been officially listed as host cities.
The 2026 Winter Olympics are scheduled to be held from February 6 to February 22, 2026. This will be the fourth Olympic Games held in Italy and the first Olympic Games in Milan. The first was the 1956 Winter Games (Cortina d’Ampezzo), followed by the 1960 Summer Games (Rome) and the 2006 Winter Games (Torino).
The 2026 Winter Olympics cluster includes Milan, an Assago independent stadium, Valtellina, Cortina d’Ampezzo, Val di Fiemme and Verona.
2028 Summer Olympics: Los Angeles
At the same time it was announced that Paris would host the 2028 Olympics in 2024, Los Angeles was appointed as the venue for the 2028 Olympics. The 2028 Olympic Games will make Los Angeles the third city to host three Olympic Games (after London and Paris respectively). Los Angeles also hosted the 1932 and 1984 Summer Olympics.
The 2028 Olympic Games will also mark the first time the United States has hosted the Olympic Games since the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City. The 2028 Summer Olympics will be the ninth time for the United States to host the Olympics; the next closest country, including future dates, is France (six).
The venues include the Sports Park, Valley Sports Park, South Bay Sports Park, Long Beach Sports Park, West End, etc. in downtown Los Angeles.
2032 Summer Olympics: Brisbane
At the 138th International Olympic Committee meeting held in Tokyo before the 2021 Olympics, Brisbane, Australia was confirmed as the host of the 2032 Olympics. This is the third time Australia has hosted the Olympics; Melbourne hosted the 1956 Olympics, and Sydney hosted the 2000 Olympics.
The International Olympic Committee has begun to confirm the Olympic host city 11 years in advance to allow local officials more time to plan and build infrastructure. Previously, the host city was selected seven years before the Olympics.