Los Angeles 2028
Los Angeles (LA), Unites States will be hosting its first-ever summer Paralympic Games in 2028.
The LA28 Games will bring Los Angeles together to create an incredible experience for athletes, fans and everyone in the community, using Southern California’s existing world-class stadiums and venues. Ahead of the Games, LA28 is investing $160 million in youth sports across Los Angeles, making sport more accessible for kids, particularly in under resourced communities.
Los Angeles expects to host more than 15,000 athletes in 2028 as it welcomes Paralympians and Olympians from around the world to compete on the biggest stage in sports.
The emblems for the 2028 Olympic and Paralympic Games were unveiled in September 2020, featuring an interchangeable “A” reflecting the cultural diversity of Los Angeles. Built for the digital age, the dynamic and animated LA28 emblem is designed to keep fresh for the unprecedented eight-year journey to the Olympic and Paralympic Games in Los Angeles.
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