New York will host the 2018 Winter Olympics.
A new, $1.2 billion Olympic Stadium is planned to be built on Manhattan’s West Side and a brand new indoor and outdoor track are planned.
The new Olympic Stadium will hold around 9,000 people.
It will also house the United States men’s basketball team, the U.S. women’s basketball squad and the U-19 women’s soccer team.
The venue will also host the 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games.
The new facility is expected to cost $5 billion, according to a New York Times report.
An official announcement of the Olympic Games was made by the U:N., the Olympic Committee, the IOC and the International Olympic Committee.
According to the Times, “The new stadium will be about three times larger than the Olympic Stadium in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, which is the world’s biggest.”
The United States will host all of the events and sports of the Games, including the men’s and women’s individual all-around track and field, javelin, soccer, fencing, soccer on grass and soccer on turf.
New York will be home to the U;N.
headquarters, Olympic village and Olympic Village Stadium, which will be used as a training facility for athletes in the Games.
The 2024 Winter Olympics are slated to take place in South Korea.
US President Donald Trump and the new President of the United Nations, António Guterres, will be the head organizers of the event.
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