The first series highlights the LA 2024 Downtown Sports Park, and though the renderings show the venues with full Games-time overlays and upgrades – most of the facilities exists in some form today.
LA 2024 Chairman Casey Wasserman said “LA is the right choice for 2024 because our city can host the Games without having to build any new permanent venues or an Olympic and Paralympic Village.”
“I am thrilled to share these virtual tours of our world-class venues, to demonstrate how LA 2024 is prepared to offer the lowest-risk and sustainable solution for the future of the Olympic Movement, and an unforgettable Olympic festival experience for everyone in 2024.”
According to LA 2024 the “Downtown Sports Park is connected to LA’s growing public transit system and lies within a single, integrated secure perimeter where all attendees will be able to walk easily from one venue to another in a safe, festival atmosphere. Each of LA 2024’s Sports Parks will include dining, music, sponsor activations, sports showcases and celebration Live Sites for event and non-event ticket holders to enjoy.”
LA 2024’s dynamic ticketing model – connecting nearby fans with available tickets in real time – will ensure every athlete in every sport competes in front of full stadiums with passionate, engaged supporters.
Los Angeles is set to host the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Evaluation Commission (EC) for site inspections and bid book reviews starting May 10 for three days. LA’s rival Paris will welcome the EC beginning May 14. Both bids will present plans to the full IOC membership at Olympic Capital Lausanne in July before the bid comes to a final vote September 13 in Lima, Peru.