The 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics have concluded. So naturally, it is time to start looking at what countries and cities will host the next winter and summer Olympics.
The most recent winter and summer Games took place closer in time than usual due to the coronavirus pandemic. The 2020 Tokyo summer Olympics actually occurred in 2021, leaving just a few months between those Games and the Winter Olympics that just took place in Beijing.
The next Olympics are scheduled to get back to being every two years between summer and winter events.
Here is a look at the next Olympic host cities, through 2032:
Summer 2024 Olympics: Paris, France
Paris is set to host the summer Games in 2024, marking the third time they have been a host city. It has been a while, though. The first two times Paris hosted came in 1900 and 1924.
The Opening Ceremony of the Games will take place along River Seine and will be open to the public, with over half a million people expected to attend.
Winter 2026 Olympics: Milan-Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy
These Winter Games will be unique because it will mark the first time two cities will host the Olympics. The opening and closing ceremonies will not take place in the same city, marking the first time that will happen as well.
Summer 2028 Olympics: Los Angeles
The Olympics are coming back to the United States for what will be the first time in 26 years (the first since Salt Lake City hosted in 2002). This will mark L.A.'s third Olympic Games.
The opening and closing ceremonies will take place in SoFi Stadium, home of the Los Angeles Rams and Los Angeles Chargers and site of Super Bowl LVI. The Los Angeles Coliseum will once again hold Olympic events.
Summer 2032 Olympics: Brisbane, Australia
Brisbane will be the third city in Australia to host the Olympics, with the last Games there taking place in Sydney in 2000. The Games were also held in Melbourne in 1956.