In case you were wondering what the Olympic Games is about, the answer is pretty much the same.
The Games are the biggest sports event on the planet, and the Olympics have been a huge part of the city’s history since 1904.
Here are 10 things you need to know about the 2020 Olympics: 1.
The 2020 Games will be held in Tokyo, but not the venue of the Olympics, the Dome of the Rock.
It’s been a long time since the Dome was demolished and a new venue has been chosen.
Tokyo is the most expensive and complicated venue in the world for hosting a sports event.
In the 2020 Games, the Games will feature some of the largest stadiums in the country, but they’re not all built the same way.
The stadium designs for the 2020 games will be the biggest and most expensive of the world’s sports events.
There are two main designs for each of the stadiums.
The stadiums will be filled with hundreds of thousands of people.
The largest stadiums are typically 20,000 to 40,000 people.
There will be six days of events.
Each day, a different sport will be played, with the first two games scheduled to be in early April.
The Olympic Village is expected to be the most expansive and extravagant space in the city.
The organizers are trying to build a new stadium, called the Stadium of Light, which is expected a 10,000-seat stadium that will be about the size of a football field.
The first Olympic Games will take place in 2024, and then, after 2020, the 2020 Olympians will compete in the 2022 Games.
Some of the athletes who will compete at the 2022 Olympics will be in the 2020 Olympic Games, which means there will be two Olympic teams.
The athletes competing at the 2024 Olympics will include some of today’s top athletes in track and field, fencing, swimming and volleyball.
There’s a huge amount of planning to ensure that all the venues, food vendors and venues are in place before the Games begin.
The Olympics are scheduled to begin on April 7, 2020, in Tokyo.
The dates are: Saturday, April 6: Athens, Greece