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Brisbane is one step closer to hosting the 2032 Olympics after the city won approval from the International Olympic Committee's executive board.

The Queensland capital has been proposed as the preferred host by the IOC, due to its favourable climate conditions and previous experience in hosting international events.

IOC members will vote on whether to award the games to Brisbane on July 21.

READ MORE: Olympic Games a 'game-changer' for Queensland, premier says

The 2000 Sydney Olympic Games opening ceremony - the last Olympics to be held in Australia.

If chosen, Brisbane will use 84 per cent of existing and temporary venues to host events.

The remaining venues will be built.


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