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IOC members voted to award the Games to the Utah capital, which was also the most recent U.S. host of the Winter Games in 2002.
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2024 Paris Olympics
Here’s everything you need to know about the 2024 Paris Olympics.
Team USA star Gabby Thomas pressed past Dina Asher-Smith and Julien Alfred in the final stretch of the women’s 200m at the London Diamond League, taking the win with a time of 21.82 seconds.
Britain’s Keely Hodgkinson gave a standout performance in the women’s 800m at the London Diamond League, winning the race with a personal and national best time of 1:54.61.
Brazil’s Alison dos Santos dominated the field with a 47.18 time for the victory in the men’s 400m hurdles at the London Diamond League.
Jamaica’s Nickisha Pryce pulls away from the field for a 48.57 400m, the fastest time of the year, at the London Diamond League.

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Paris 2024 Profiles

All five members of the U.S. Olympic women’s gymnastics overcame challenges to make it to Paris.
Kendall Ellis won the Olympic Trials 400m, three years after a devastating finish.
Ryan Crouser said his third Olympic Trials shot put title was his best yet.
Katie Ledecky qualified for her fourth Olympics by winning the 400m freestyle at the U.S. Olympic Swimming Trials.
Kristen Faulkner was one of the track cyclists named to the U.S. Olympic team for Paris.
Simone Biles helped Suni Lee through a difficult time at the Xfinity U.S. Gymnastics Championships.
Suni Lee, returning from two kidney diseases, bids for the Paris Olympics after all-around gold in Tokyo.
Andy Benesh and Miles Partain are going to their first Olympics in beach volleyball.
Rai Benjamin ran faster than the 400m hurdles world record at the Olympics and won silver. This year, gold is on his mind more than a record time.
Christian Taylor, a two-time Olympic triple jump gold medalist, plans to retire after the 2024 Paris Games.
Kyle Dake won the U.S. Olympic Wrestling Trials and can complete a decade-plus journey at the Paris Games.
LeBron James returns to the U.S. Olympic team for the first time since 2012 London Games as the oldest men’s player in American history.
The U.S. Olympic men’s basketball team goes for a fifth consecutive title in Paris.
Olivia Reeves, Mary Theisen-Lappen and Hampton Morris headline the U.S. Olympic weightlifting team for Paris.
Diana Taurasi played her first game for the U.S. senior national team on April 9, 2004.
Kelly Cheng and Sara Hughes are set to compete at the Paris Olympics as reigning world champions.
The elite women of USA gymnastics get candid about experiencing pressure to conform to Eurocentric beauty standards in their sport.
Taryn Kloth and Kristen Nuss are going to their first Olympics in Paris.
Jack Alexy overcame setbacks in the pool to become a U.S. swimming star in 2023.
Kate Douglass, a Tokyo Olympic bronze medalist, is now the world’s most versatile swimmer.
Jagger Eaton is the only skateboarder to win world titles in park and street.
Simone Manuel, the fastest female American swimmer in history, stopped after the Tokyo Olympics.
Jagger Eaton opens up about his Tokyo experience, how he’s learned to handle pressure, and the history he looks to make in Paris 2024.
Olympic medals, world titles, and transcending the sport of track and field are just aftershocks of the Noah Lyles effect. But what exactly makes up the formula for this phenomenon?

U.S. Olympic Swimming Trials

By Way of Africa

Michelle Alozie is set to make her Olympic debut in Paris. The NWSL star discusses her passion for soccer, medicine, and why she chose to represent Nigeria on the world’s biggest stage.
Botswana, with only two Olympic medals, could see history made in Paris this summer. Letsile Tebogo shares his inspiring journey in sprinting.
Naomi Girma reflects on her Ethiopian values and how they influenced her passion for soccer and community.
Chiaka Ogbogu reflects on the power of representation, her Olympic success, and the impact she hopes to make as a first-generation Nigerian-American.

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