Los Angeles 2024 have released projected images of a final set of venues due to be used if they are awarded the Olympic and Paralympic Games.
It comes as the city prepared to welcome the International Olympic Committee (IOC) for a three day Evaluation Commission inspection visit starting here on Wednesday (May 10).
Touring venues will key a key part of the visit.
The final set of projections completing their "virtual venue tour" related to standalone venues.
This includes sites for the Olympic and Paralympic Villages as well as the Media Village and Main Press Center.
Others included the Santa Monica beach volleyball venue, the Riviera Golf Course, the Rose Bowl football stadium and The Forum gymnastics venue.
The Pauley Pavilion in which judo, wrestling and sitting volleyball are due to be held was also pictured as well as the Honda Center indoor volleyball venue, the Lake Perris site for canoeing and rowing and the Frank G. Bonelli Park location for mountain biking.
“I am excited to show renderings of LA 2024’s world class stand-alone competition venues and Villages at USC and UCLA,” said bid leader Casey Wasserman.
“The LA 2024 Games Plan places sports where they fit best in Southern California, engaging communities across the region, not just in our four sports parks.
“Our goal is to immerse all Games attendees in the rich culture, iconic sites and breathtaking natural beauty of LA as we invite the world to follow the sun.”
The IOC Evaluation Commission is chaired by Switzerland’s Patrick Baumann.
They will follow their visit here with a similar inspection of rival bid Paris from May 14 to 16.
A host city is then due to be awarded at the IOC Session in Lima on September 13.