What sports events will be held in 2022-2023
12/21/2022 11:03:28 AM
What sports events will be held in 2022-2023
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The important international sports events in 2022 are as follows (sorted by date):
Dakar Rally, Saudi Arabia, January 1-14
9 January-6 February, Africa Cup of Nations, Cameroon
January 17-30, Australian Open, Melbourne, Australia
January 18-23, Four Continents Figure Skating Championships, Tallinn, Estonia
Indian Women's Asian Cup from January 20 to February 6
February 4-20, Beijing Winter Olympics, Beijing, China
March 3-6, World Speed Skating Championships, Hamar, Norway
March 4-13, Beijing Winter Paralympic Games, Beijing, China
March 18-20, World Indoor Athletics Championships, Belgrade, Serbia
March 18-20, World Short Track Speed Skating Championships, Montreal, Canada
March 21-27, World Figure Skating Championships, Montpellier, France
April 16-May 2, World Snooker Championship, Sheffield, UK
May 13-29, World Aquatics Championships, Fukuoka, Japan
May 22-June 5, French Open, Paris, France
From June 26th to July 7th, the 31st Summer Universiade, Chengdu, China
June 27-July 10, Wimbledon, London, UK
July 15-24, World Athletics Championships, Oregon, USA
28 July-8 August, Commonwealth Games, Birmingham, UK
July 30, World Athletics Federation Diamond League Shanghai, Shanghai, China
August 6th, World Athletics Federation Diamond League Shenzhen, Shenzhen, China
August 21-28, World Badminton Championships, Japan
August 26-September 11, World Men's Volleyball Championship, Russia
August 29-September 11 2020 Sports Schedule, US Open, New York, USA
September 10-25, Hangzhou Asian Games, Hangzhou, China
September 22-October 1, Women's Basketball World Cup in Sydney, Australia
September 23-October 15, World Women's Volleyball Championship, Netherlands, Poland
October 29-November 6, World Gymnastics Championships, Liverpool, England
November 13, World Half Marathon Championships, Yangzhou, China
November 21-December 18, World Cup Qatar, Qatar
December 20-28, the 3rd Asian Youth Games, Shantou, China
The 2023 World Table Tennis Championships will be held in Durban, South Africa in 2023. This is the first time the World Table Tennis Championships has entered Africa since it was held in Cairo, Egypt in 1939. On October 28, 2020, the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) annual meeting was held.
The 2023 World Table Tennis Championships will be held in South Africa in November. On October 28, 2020, the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) annual meeting was held online for the first time. Durban, South Africa defeated Dusseldorf, Germany with 90 votes (69.77%), which received 39 votes (30.23%). Durban became the second African city to host the World Table Tennis Championships since the Cairo Olympics in 1939.
Today, most individual sporting events in the world are held annually or biennially for world championships. It can be said that the annual World Championships are as numerous as cattle. Many international sporting events are held annually at the World Championships.
Where will the 2023 Olympics be held?
Berlin, Germany. special olympics world
Leaders met in the Dominican Republic on the 13th and decided that Berlin will be the host city for the 2023 Special Olympics. Germany will host the event for the first time. At that time, about 7,000 mentally handicapped athletes from 170 countries and regions will participate in 25 competitions.
In 1968, the first Special Olympics World Games was held in Chicago. The 2019 Special Olympics will be held in Abu Dhabi.
In November 2018, Berlin, Germany defeated Moscow, Russia to become the host city of the 2023 Special Olympics World Summer Games. World Special Olympics
It will be the main event of the Special Olympics. Its goal is to showcase the skills and achievements of people with disabilities on a global stage, while also providing rewarding entertainment to the audience. The Special Olympics World Games is a week-long event involving thousands of athletes. Through media coverage of the Olympic Games, millions of people around the world can learn about the stories and achievements of people with intellectual disabilities.
The Special Olympics World Games are held every two years, alternating between the Summer and Winter Olympics, on a schedule similar to that of the Olympic and Paralympic Games. Up to 350,000 volunteers and coaches as well as thousands of athletes participated in these World Games. This is the biggest sporting event in the world this year.
Special Olympics athletes can compete in 32 summer or winter Olympic sports. Special Olympics athletes are adults and children with intellectual disabilities who range from gifted world-class athletes to ordinary athletes to those with limited physical ability. The basic rule of the Special Olympics is that athletes are matched according to their ability and age. This is to make the game of each game fair for both the players and the spectators.
The inaugural Special Olympics Summer Games took place at
Chicago, Illinois, USA in 1968, and the first Special Olympics Winter Games were held in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, USA in February 1977. In 1991, the Games were officially renamed the Special Olympics World Summer/Winter Games from the Special Olympics Summer/Winter Games.
The 2011 Special Olympics World Summer Games was held in Athens, Greece from June 25th to July 4th. 6,000 mentally handicapped athletes from 170 countries participated in the competition.
The 2013 Special Olympics World Winter Games will be held in Pyeongchang, South Korea from January 29 to February 5. The host city plan will be implemented on January 26, 2013. In this program, families host Special Olympics athletes from around the world, helping them acclimate to their host countries and local customs.
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2015 will be the first time in 16 years that the Special Olympics World Summer Games will be held in the United States since the 1999 Summer Games were held in Raleigh, North Carolina.
The 2017 Special Olympics World Winter Games were held in Graz and Schladming in Styria, Austria. Salzburg and Schladming, Austria, hosted the fifth Special Olympics World Winter Games in 1993. This is the first Special Olympics World Games to be held outside of the United States. The Olympic Games will be held from March 14-25, 2017.
The 2019 Special Olympics World Summer Games will be held in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, from March 14-21, 2019. This is the first Special Olympics World Games held in the Middle East and North Africa region. The competition consists of 24 spaforts.
Berlin, Germany will host the next World Summer Games from June 16-25, 2023. This will be the first time that Germany will host the Special Olympics World Games.
When and where will the 2023 Asian Games be held
The 2023 Asian Games will be held in Hangzhou, China from September 23 to October 8, 2023.