The bid book for the 2024 Olympics that Los Angeles officials released Tuesday laid out an initial blueprint for 30 or so proposed venues.

A renovated Coliseum will serve as the centerpiece, with other facilities arranged in five clusters across the city. Bidding is a long process and plans almost always change, but here is the current configuration:

Downtown Cluster

• Coliseum: Opening ceremony and closing ceremony, track and field

• Staples Center: Gymnastics, trampoline, basketball

• Microsoft Theater: Fencing

• Convention Center: Badminton, table tennis, wrestling, rhythmic gymnastics, handball, martial arts

• Galen Center: Boxing

• Shrine Auditorium: Weightlifting

• Planned soccer stadium beside Coliseum: Temporarily converted for swimming, diving.

• Dodger Stadium: Baseball, softball (if the sports return to the Olympics)

Hollywood Cluster

• Hollywood Boulevard: Marathon start and finish, walking, road cycling

• Griffith Park: Mountain biking, BMX

• Wilson Golf Course: Golf

Valley Cluster

• Sepulveda Basin Recreation Area: Archery, equestrian, shooting, modern pentathlon, canoe slalom

Coastal Cluster

• Santa Monica Beach: Volleyball, triathlon, open-water swimming

• Pacific Coast Highway: Cycling time trials

• Pauley Pavilion: Basketball prelims

• Drake Stadium: Field hockey

• L.A. Tennis Center: Temporarily converted for water polo

South Bay Cluster

• StubHub Center Soccer Stadium: Rugby

• StubHub Tennis Stadium: Tennis

• Velodrome: Cycling

Other venues

• Forum: Volleyball

• Rose Bowl: Soccer

• L.A. Waterfront: Sailing

• Lake Casitas: Rowing, canoe sprint


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