Athens will never be the permanent home of the Olympic Games. Bring the games home to Athens, critics say, and stop imposing these unreal costs on city after city. Building temporary venues for a sporting mega-event that demands unrivaled extravagance of its hosts is a bad bet for most any city. Finding a fixed port-of-call for the Olympics is an alternative vision that has a lot of admirers. But Athens would never be chosen as that permanent host. It would be Beijing.
Even Beijing's pick-up hoops games are secure
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Beijing 2008 Olympic Games
The Olympic Games French : Jeux olympiques  is an important international event featuring summer and winter sports. The first games were in BC. They were held every four years until the 6th century AD. The first "modern" Olympics happened in in Athens, Greece.
Bill Chappell. At the closing ceremonies, Olympic athletes enter the stadium. The Winter Olympics closes the door on the Pyeongchang Games, with a big party and a last farewell from the 2, athletes who competed on ice and snow in South Korea. The number of athletes set a new record; so did the number of nations — 92 — represented.