What you need to know about the Paris Olympics

With nearly 6,000 athletes competing in the upcoming games, the Rio Olympics is on track to be the largest sporting event in history.

But with so many competing, there’s always the chance the venues are overcrowded.

Here’s a look at some of the best and worst venues around the city.

Rio Olympics venues and seatingThe venues that will host the games are diverse.

Here are some of our favorites:Alhambra Stadium (Los Angeles)The iconic Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum is home to some of L.A.’s top athletes.

It will host some of this summer’s Olympics, and the stadium will also host some major sporting events in the coming years.

The Coliseum has hosted major sports like the NFL’s Super Bowl and Super Smash Bros. tournaments.

However, the Coliseum will be host to only three of the four games in Rio.

The Staples Center (Los Angles)This is the site of the Staples Center, home of the Los Angeles Lakers and the Staples Union.

The Staples Center was originally built in 1929 as a place for the Los Angels to hold concerts, which it did during the 1930s.

However in 1970, the stadium was purchased by the Los Angles Coliseum Corporation (LACC) and renamed the Los Feliz Coliseum.

The venue hosted concerts until 2004 when the venue was demolished for the construction of the San Diego Coliseum.

There are no plans for a new stadium at the site.

The Rose Bowl (San Francisco)The Rose, one of the oldest domes in the United States, has hosted many Olympic events.

The Rose was originally constructed in 1894, but in 1972 it was renovated and opened to the public as the home of San Francisco’s basketball team.

The stadium will be the home to the San Francisco 49ers.

The Coliseum has also hosted the Stanley Cup Finals.

However it’s been vacant since the 2014 Winter Olympics, when the host city decided to tear down the venue and relocate to a new venue.

The city is still considering the future of the Rose, which will host two more Olympics, in 2020 and 2022.

The SAP Center (Dallas)The SAP has been the home for the Dallas Mavericks and other NBA teams since the team relocated to the downtown area.

It’s also home to professional soccer’s MLS team, the Dallas Stars.

The SAP Center has hosted the Winter Olympics and the NBA Finals.

However, the arena was demolished during the 2016 Winter Olympics.

It was renovated for the 2024 Olympics, but was later demolished to make way for a stadium that could house the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang.

The site is now being developed as an office park and a new hotel.

The AT&T Center (Houston)The AT & T Center is the home stadium for the Houston Astros.

It is the only indoor arena in the country to have been renovated since the 1980s, when it hosted the 1988 Summer Olympics in Mexico City.

The Astros will host only one of these events, the 2018 World Series, and will be hosting only one game at the SAP Center.

The Astrodome (Dallas/Fort Worth)The Astroturf stadium is home of both the Texas Rangers and the Dallas Cowboys.

It has hosted more Olympic Games than any other venue, including the 1980 Games in Mexico.

However the Astrotourf has been vacant for the past decade.

The Astroturb has hosted a variety of events, including football, men’s and women’s basketball, men and women is soccer and men and boys basketball.

The Alamodome (Los Alamos, New Mexico)The Alamogordo Stadium has hosted some of Major League Baseball’s most iconic games, including World Series games, Super Bowls and Major League Soccer’s Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup.

However Alamogorgos stadium was torn down during the 2010 Winter Olympics as part of the construction to the construction site of new Olympic venues in Salt Lake City and Sochi, Russia.

It recently hosted the 2024 Winter Olympics Games and will host both the 2018 Summer Olympics and 2022 Summer Games.

There are also a few venues that have been used for other sporting events, but have not hosted an Olympic event in more than a decade.

These venues are the National Sports Center in Arlington, Texas; the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas and the MGM Grand Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.