When will the world end?
The last world championship will take place on Sunday, November 11, 2022, according to the International Olympic Committee.
There will be no major sporting events during that time.
The IOC said that in 2022, “the games will be held at the same venues, times, venues and venues that they will be in 2024.”
That means that for the first time ever, the Olympics will be played in the same stadiums and venues on four continents.
The games will also be held on a different day than last year’s Beijing games, which took place on November 10.
But they will still be played at the Olympic Stadium in Beijing.
“The world will live through this day, with a different energy and different excitement, for many years to come,” IOC President Thomas Bach said in a statement.
“This decision is the right one to take, as it provides a new perspective for the future of the Games and will bring about a more connected, integrated, peaceful and secure world.”
The IOC will announce its 2024 calendar for next summer.
But as the games near, we thought we’d take a look back at what happened in the last six months, from the most exciting to the least.
December 2015: The Rio Olympics The 2018 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro began with the World Baseball Classic, a tournament that saw the likes of Chris Sale and Carlos Correa, who were among the big stars to emerge, competing for the World Series of Poker.
It was the first major tournament to be held in the new country of Brazil, a country that has yet to win a major international sporting event.
In November, the IOC decided that the Rio Olympics would be held, but the event was not officially announced until November 27, 2019.
After the event, the organizers of the Olympics announced the date for the opening ceremony: March 6, 2020.
And the ceremony itself was held on March 7, 2020, which marked the first day of the new year.
As of November 1, 2020 — the date that the Olympics were officially announced — the games were still being played in Beijing and were scheduled to be in Rio.
December 2019: The IOC announces that the 2020 Summer Games will be the first of two Winter Games The IOC announced the Winter Games in 2021 would take place in two different cities, but would still take place the same time and on the same date as the Summer Games.
This year’s Games, which will take in Sochi and Lillehammer, will be hosted by Russia, while the 2022 Winter Games will take part in the U.S. The two Winter Olympic games are not scheduled to take place simultaneously, but instead will be contested in separate venues for a total of three weeks in 2021 and 2022.
It’s not yet clear how many games will take the place of the Winter Olympics, or what that number will be.
The Winter Olympics will also take place at a different venue, but that will be announced later.
November 2019: IOC president Bach announces the 2022 Games will start in 2024 The 2022 Winter Olympics have been officially announced and will be taking place in the Netherlands, while 2020’s Summer Games are being held in Switzerland.
Both Summer Games have been a success, with the Winter Olympic Games winning three gold medals and two silver medals, while hosting four of the five gold medals in Rio, which was the most-visited Olympic city in history.
However, the 2022 Summer Games were a disaster for many of the athletes and fans, with many venues unable to hold the games due to a lack of venues and a shortage of venues for the athletes to compete in.
And although the 2022 and 2024 Summer Games took place before the Zika virus crisis, there were still plenty of issues to be sorted out.
And while the IOC has said it would look at the Olympics in 2022 and 2020, there is no guarantee the IOC will decide to take part.
December 2018: IOC President Bach announces IOC Winter Games 2018 will take over from the Winter Olympies in 2020 December 18, 2018: The 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea are finally on the schedule.
The opening ceremony will take to the stage in a stadium in Seoul, South Korean news agency Yonhap reported.
It will be attended by Kim Yong-Hwan, South Koreans first president who took office in February, and former president Park Geun-hye.
The ceremony will be followed by a performance by the South Korean national volleyball team, which is led by Kang Jae-ho.
There are currently no plans for the Winter Paralympics to take over the Summer Paralympic Games, but IOC President Jacques Rogge has indicated that a 2024 Winter Paralymmics could take place during the Olympics.
December 2017: IOC announces Winter Games 2020 will take effect February 1, 2021: The 2022 Summer Paralymmic Games in Sochi, Russia are officially announced.
They are scheduled to begin on February 1 and end on February 18.
The Summer Games in 2020 were the biggest disappointment for many athletes, many of whom were unable to