Australia has a very special Wednesday.
After approving the nomination, the International Olympic Committee announced on July 21 that the city of Brisbane will host the 2032 Summer Olympics. “This is a historic day not only for Brisbane and Queensland, but for the whole country. “, said the Prime Minister of Australia. Scott Morrison said of the ad. “Only the cities of the world can secure the Olympics, so this is fitting recognition for Brisbane’s position.”
Brisbane is the third city in Australia to host the Olympic Games, after Melbourne (1956) and Sydney (2000). “It also marks an important leap forward for Australia,” Morrison continued, “as we look to major events that lock in economic growth and the social benefits that will spill over into the years to come.”
After the announcement, crowds celebrated Brisbane’s South Rim as fireworks lit the sky. “The Brisbane Olympic Games will be in the most diligent, grateful and enthusiastic hands,” said the IOC Vice-President. John coates noted. “It was a really professional offer.”