Los Angeles 2024 have unveiled the second part of their virtual venue tour series to coincide with Earth Day.
The Bid Committee released new renderings of the South Bay Sports Park, which they have dubbed their "Green Sports Park", as well as a video depicting the cluster of venues.
Los Angeles 2024 claim they will use the South Bay Sports Park, comprised of facilities located at the StubHub Center, to "showcase leading technology in sport and green innovation, positioning the Olympic and Paralympic Movement at the forefront of sustainability".
Track cycling, tennis, hockey, rugby sevens and modern pentathlon are due to be housed there if Los Angeles is successful with its bid for the 2024 Olympics and Paralympics.
Para-cycling, football five-a-side and wheelchair tennis would be held at the South Bay Sports Park at the Paralympics.
Clean energy, water efficiency and resource reuse are to be incorporated into the renovation of the venues, according to Los Angeles 2024.
"We believe that the International Olympic Committee (IOC) has a unique opportunity in 2024 to position the Games at the forefront of sustainability best practices, not only in terms of hosting global sporting events, but also in terms of how global sporting events can be harnessed to further a city’s long-term green goals," Los Angeles 2024 chief executive Gene Sykes said.
"Thanks to Los Angeles 2024's designated Green Sports Park at StubHub Center, Los Angeles’ abundance of existing infrastructure and leadership in green technology, our city is the right partner for the Olympic Movement in 2024 to achieve Games-changing green goals.”
The Downtown Sports Park, the Valley and Long Beach are due to house the other three Sports Parks which make up Los Angeles 2024's concept.
Each of the Sports Parks would include dining, music, sponsor activations, sports showcases and celebration "Live Sites" for event and non-event ticket holders.
Virtual tours of venues located at the other Sports Park sites are due to be released in the near future as the build-up to the IOC Session in Lima, where the host city for the 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games is set to be decided, continues.
There is increasing speculation that the IOC may award the 2024 and 2028 Games at the same time, with a Working Group comprised of the four vice-presidents currently assessing the possibility.
However, both candidates have stressed that they are only interested in the earlier edition.