The Olympics are coming to a close, and they’re shaping up to be one of the best sports events in history.
It’s not like we don’t know what’s coming next, though.
Here’s everything you need to know about the games.
What’s the schedule?
The schedule of the Olympics is expected to be finalized by July, and it will include 12 games.
But the best way to know when you can expect to see the games is to get a glimpse of what’s in store, in a video that sports journalists are currently doing.
Here are a few hints to get you started.
The Olympics start July 12, 2020, at the Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
The games will conclude July 18, 2020.
That’s about one week later than expected.
There are three more weeks before the Games start.
And by the end of those weeks, the games will be over.
The full schedule is as follows: July 6: The Opening Ceremony.
July 12: The Closing Ceremony, where the players are sworn in.
July 18: The Quarterfinal round of the tournament, where all 32 teams play for a chance to win gold.
July 22: The Semifinals round of a 16-team tournament, which will determine the best team in the world.
July 24: The Final round of that 16-group tournament, in which all 32 of the 16 teams will face off for a spot in the Olympics.
Who will win?
The best team will win gold in Rio.
But there are some surprises.
A few teams have been called favorites.
Others are favorites for gold.
There will be plenty of surprises.
In fact, it’s possible that the best teams could actually be in the running to win it all.
The following is a list of the teams who have been in the mix to win the gold medal in the games this summer: Team USA, Russia, China, Japan, Cuba, and Russia.
But we’ll have to wait until July 1 to find out which team has been the favorite.
The rest of the Olympic teams have already been announced, and the rest of their roster will be announced in mid-July.
In addition, here are some other key takeaways from the Olympic games.
2) Will we see the best players from the United States?
The U.S. team is led by two of the greatest players of all time, Michael Jordan and Larry Bird.
And they’re two of only four players to win a gold medal at a World Cup.
But in terms of the top players, that doesn’t include LeBron James, who is one of four players in the NBA to win an Olympic gold medal.
Jordan, Bird, James and Pau Gasol are all the top names on the U. S. roster, and there’s reason to believe they’ll all be making the finals of the games in Rio, if not the finals overall.
3) Can we expect a lot of close games?
The games in the Rio Olympics will feature a record-breaking number of close-games.
In 2020, the United Kingdom beat the U, USA beat the A, and Brazil beat France in the semifinals.
In 2024, the Czech Republic defeated Brazil in the quarterfinals, the Germans beat Russia in the semis, and Japan beat South Korea in the final.
The last two times the U was on the podium, the last two were in the Finals.
4) Is there a chance we’ll see the greatest athletes of all-time in Rio?
That’s what the Rio Games will be all about.
If the best athletes from the worlds best countries are the best in the entire world, why would we have any reason to be surprised?
And there are no guarantees.
The players competing in the Olympic Games have a record of injuries.
But that hasn’t stopped them from competing.
In the history of the Games, only four athletes have played more than 30 games in one year.
The only other player to have more than 300 games is the great Serena Williams, who played more games than anyone in the history the Games.
5) How will the U-18 and U-19 teams fare in Rio and beyond?
They’re competing for a total of 18 Olympic gold medals, the most ever at an Olympics.
But those gold medals won’t be guaranteed for the U and U. In 2018, only three U.s. athletes won Olympic gold.
Two of them, Kobe Bryant and Michael Phelps, have missed Olympic competition.
So, even with the best Olympic athletes and the best U-20 and U19 teams, it will be tough to predict who will win medals in Rio in the next few months.
6) What happens when the U doesn’t make the Olympics?
That would be an unfortunate fate.
The U-16s are currently in the U20s, but there’s a chance they could be playing for the gold medals in the tournament in 2019 and 2020. And,