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Los Angeles' proposed Olympic venues

Published 2014 GMT (0414 HKT) August 22, 2017
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Los Angeles is set to be awarded the 2028 Summer Olympics, and the bid committee has released artist renderings to show what those Games might look like. Here's an illustration of the UCLA campus serving as the Olympic Village. Photo Illustration/Paul Turang/Courtesy of la24.org
Banc of California Stadium is the future home of Los Angeles FC, an expansion team in Major League Soccer. It would host some men's and women's soccer games during the 2028 Olympics. Photo Illustration/Courtesy of la24.org
Pauley Pavilion, on the UCLA campus, would host wrestling and judo. Photo Illustration/Michal Czerwonka/la24.org
Rowing would take place at Lake Perris, which is in Riverside County. Photo Illustration/Courtesy of la24.org
The mountain bike course could look like this at Frank G. Bonelli Regional Park. Photo Illustration/Courtesy of la24.org
The Honda Center, in Anaheim, would host indoor volleyball. Photo Illustration/Robert Mora/la2024.org
The sports park area in downtown Los Angeles would include the Staples Center and the Los Angeles Convention Center. The Staples Center is the proposed venue for basketball. Photo Illustration/Courtesy of la24.org
Table tennis is one of the proposed events for the convention center downtown. Photo Illustration/Courtesy of la24.org
The waterfront in Long Beach would host a few events, including open-water swimming and the triathlon. Photo Illustration/Courtesy of la24.org
Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, the centerpiece of the Olympic Games in 1932 and 1984, would be renovated in time for 2028. Photo Illustration/Courtesy of la24.org
The Galen Center, on the USC campus, has been proposed as the venue for badminton and karate. Photo Illustration/Courtesy of la24.org
A canoe slalom course might look like this as part of a sports park built in the Sepulveda Basin Recreation Area. Photo Illustration/Courtesy of la24.org
USC's Dedeaux Field would be the venue for swimming and diving. Photo Illustration/Courtesy of la24.org
The Los Angeles Stadium at Hollywood Park is set to open in 2020. It will be the home stadium for the NFL's Rams and Chargers, and it is the proposed venue for the Olympics' opening and closing ceremonies. Photo Illustration/Courtesy of la24.org
The Forum in Inglewood would host gymnastics. Photo Illustration/Courtesy of la24.org
The iconic Rose Bowl would host some soccer games, including the women's final. The men's final would be held at the new Los Angeles Stadium. Photo Illustration/Courtesy of la24.org