What to know about the 2018 Olympics in Sydney
The 2018 Olympics have been held in the city of Sydney for two years, with the Games taking place on a Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
The Olympics is a major event for the city.
The Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) reported that the 2018 Games will be held in Sydney, Australia from October 4-9, 2018.
The event is the first major sporting event held in Australia since the 2000 Sydney Olympics.
ABC News reported that during the Olympics, there will be a host of sports including swimming, sailing, rowing, diving, tennis, rugby league, cricket, tennis and ice hockey.
The host city for the 2018 games is Sydney, the birthplace of the Sydney Olympics, which are scheduled to begin on July 1.
There are also plans for a new indoor stadium in the northern suburbs of Melbourne.
Sydney, a city with a population of more than three million, has hosted two Olympics, the 2016 Games in Beijing and the 2022 Summer Olympics in Beijing.
ABC’s Sydney Morning Herald reported that Sydney has hosted the games in the past, with events being held in 1992, 1996 and 2010.
ABC has also covered the 2018 Sydney Olympics on the ABC, ABC News Online, ABC Local, ABC Sydney, ABC TV and ABC News 24.
The Sydney Olympics are expected to be the largest sporting event in Australia’s history.