9 Years to Brisbane 2032 Olympic Games

Thousands of people have attended more than 30 community celebrations across South East Queensland to mark the 9 Years to Go to Brisbane 2032 milestone, with the Olympic Rings and Paralympic Agitos now officially calling Brisbane, Queensland their new Australian home.

Large-scale Olympic Rings and Paralympics Agitos have been on display across iconic locations in Brisbane, the Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast throughout the weekend, with local celebrations planned to welcome the Rings and Agitos – the first time both symbols have been on prominent display in Australia since the Sydney 2000 Games.

“This is an historic occasion, with the Olympic Rings and Paralympic Agitos back in Australia for the first time in more than 20 years and making their new home in Brisbane, Queensland” says Brisbane 2032 President, Andrew Liveris AO

“The Rings and Agitos are a symbolic reminder that Brisbane has become an Olympic and Paralympic city of the world, alongside LA, Paris, London and so many others.

“Annual milestones remind us of the journey we are on to deliver climate friendly world-class Games, employing sport to spark patriotic pride, celebrate inclusion, and inspire a better way of living the world over.”

Local communities are encouraged to visit the Rings and Agitos and capture their own piece of history with a photo, with many of the sites also hosting sporting activations for people to take part in.

And we’re glad to see that a horse and rider also made it into the official video!

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