It is the most significant sporting event in decades, with the first female Olympians on stage.
But the women’s team is not the only one with an international profile.
Here are some of the most exciting stories that are happening across the sporting calendar.
Women’s cycling: The Rio Olympics will see a historic women’s road race.
The women’s peloton has been competing for a record number of medals since it started competing in the sport in 1984.
The event has been held every four years since 1984 and has been a huge success.
Now the women will go head-to-head in Rio, with an iconic stage in front of an audience of millions.
This year’s race has been renamed the Women’s Tour de France and will be held on the same course, but it will be different from the past.
The race is expected to be much faster than last year, with a maximum time of about 15:50.
In 2018, it will include a new format to make it more difficult for sprinters and fast riders.
The organisers have also announced that the Women Cyclocross World Championship will be scrapped, as there are no more places to hold it in 2018.
A new look for the Paralympics: Paralympic sports are expected to return to the Olympic Games in 2020 after an absence of three decades.
It will be the first time since 1988 that the Paralymics will be staged in a different country.
This will be followed by the Commonwealth Games in 2023.
However, the Paralykics will not be held in the same stadium as the Olympics.
Instead, the event will be run in a new venue, which will have a capacity of 10,000 people.
The Commonwealth Games will be played in Adelaide and Rio de Janeiro and will also feature a women’s double-header.
A woman in space: NASA’s mission to send humans to Mars will end in 2021.
It is one of the few missions in human history that was not cancelled in a previous mission.
However the next mission is now being planned.
The next phase of the mission, which includes the launch of the first Orion spacecraft, is expected by the end of 2020.
The Orion mission is expected in 2022 and the Mars mission in 2026.
The end of the world: It is not clear if the end is imminent or not.
But there are some indications that the end could come sooner rather than later.
The World Health Organisation has warned that the world could be in for a “mass extinction event” in the next 50 years if the current levels of greenhouse gas emissions continue.
However many scientists have said that we can avoid this scenario by reducing our greenhouse gas emission levels by at least 80% by 2050.
It may not be as dire as some fear, but we will be heading into a new era in terms of our world’s environment and health.
More football: Manchester United, Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal are set to be the biggest earners at the World Cup.
However in 2018, there are other football teams in the World Cups that are likely to have a bigger payday.
Brazil are likely be the favourites for the 2018 World Cup, having won the 2018 title.
There is also a chance that the French national team could be the ones to win the 2018 tournament.
A major comeback: The 2018 World Championship has been cancelled and a new tournament will be hosted in 2021 to be held later in the year.
The 2019 tournament will also be scrapped due to a lack of funding.
However a new World Cup will be organised in 2019, with all the current and potential players returning to play.
The tournament will see 16 teams play for a place in the quarter-finals, with teams from the remaining 16 countries playing against each other in the final.
This tournament is expected be played over a six-week period and the participants are expected go through the quarterfinals in their home country before travelling to the final in London.
The return of the World War I Memorial: The World War II Memorial is expected not to be re-opened for many years, as plans for a new stadium are still in place.
However some fans will be hoping that a new version of the memorial will open in 2019.
It has been planned for a reopening in 2021 but there are also concerns that a large amount of infrastructure could be needed to keep the stadium open.
The stadium will be designed to look like a war memorial and will have seating for 1,000.
The first World War-era museum: The first public exhibition of World War One was held at the Royal Albert Hall in London in 1918.
However it is now expected that the first public display of the war will be in 2021 in London, as a new exhibition is being planned for the area.
This new museum will be based in the Royal Artillery Barracks and will display photographs of the battle, documents, war memorials and other items from the war.
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