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It’s Official: LA will Host the 2028 Olympic and Paralympic Games

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Casting Opportunity: Paralympian – Paraplegic Cyclist and Real Extreme BMX Rider – X – Gamer

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LA City Council Unanimously Authorizes Los Angeles to sign IOC’s Host City Contract for 2028 Games

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The International Olympic Committee has unanimously selected Los Angeles as the Host City of the 2028 Olympic and Paralympic Games, returning the Summer Games to the United States for the first time since Atlanta 1996. At the IOC Session in Lima, IOC members unanimously voted to ratify a tripartite agreement between the IOC and the …

Casting for Paid Commercial Projects Dan Bell Casting in Los Angeles is casting for both a Paralympian – Paraplegic Cyclist and Real Extreme BMX Rider – X – Gamer for two separate paid commercial projects. SEARCHING FOR: PARALYMPIAN – PARAPLEGIC CYCLIST: (All Ages, All Genders, All Ethnicities) Looking for a Paralympian level paraplegic cyclist to be in …

The Los Angeles City Council on Friday voted unanimously to authorize the City of Los Angeles to sign the Host City Contract with the International Olympic Committee for the 2028 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The City Council approved LA 2024’s Host City contract in January, but was required to vote again on the newly negotiated …

Los Angeles’ Olympic dream drew closer than ever this week as the Los Angeles Olympic and Paralympic bid committee, in cooperation with the International Olympic Committee (IOC), announced their intention for Los Angeles to host the Olympic Games and Paralympic Games 2028 and their agreement with the Host City Contract 2028. LA bid leaders made …

Heading in to the next Olympic cycle, a name change to TWENTY20 will reset the team’s focus on medals at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. With medal success in London and Rio, the teams balanced approach and long-term planning is a winning formula for the program. 2017 marks the 13th year of this powerful program which houses …

Two TWENTY16 Ridebiker athletes have been named by USA Paralympics to represent Team USA at Rio Olympics in August. Reining time trial World Champion, Jamie Whitmore and Olympic gold & silver medalist Megan Fisher have been selected. “Never give up on your dreams! Today is the result of a 32 year dream!” commented Whitmore, ” …