Summer Olympic Games | 21st July – 6th August 2028


For centuries, people have been following the sun to California – to a coastal paradise of beautiful weather, inspiring landscapes and an ocean of possibilities. Since it was first settled, LA – the City of Angels – has built a culture of progress by harnessing creativity and imagination for reinvention.

Today, LA 2028 is inviting the world to follow the sun on a journey of sport and innovation destined to help transform the Games to:

  • Deliver the ultimate personalised experience for the Athletes
  • Maximise their existing sports infrastructure to ensure a sustainable long-term legacy
  • Produce a fresh blend of sport and entertainment to help refresh the Olympic brand worldwide and capture the imagination of youth
  • Reignite America’s passion for the Olympic Movement for generations to come
  • Embrace the principles of Olympic Agenda 2020 through fiscally prudent Games that deliver enduring benefits to the host city and the Olympic Movement

As a symbol of their vision, they will utilise LA’s brightest star, the sun. The sun not only shines on the thousands of athletes who live and train in Los Angeles, but it also serves as a powerful ally in the search for a more sustainable Games.

Today, the sun lights the Olympic flame. Tomorrow, it will ignite an energy revolution. By following the sun, LA 2028 will help reimagine a New Games for a New Era.

For more information on the LA 2028 Games go to https://la28.org/

TYPE: Summer Olympic Games

CITY: Los Angeles, USA

DURATION: 21st July – 6th August 2028


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