Cricket in 2032 Games
Cricket has already begun to prepare for the 2032 Olympics, even if the decision to include the sport in the 2028 Olympics is still up for debate. The organising committee hopes that cricket will be included in the Olympics since it is a significant element of their athletic culture. However, a lot will rely on how the ICC presents cricket during the conference to decide how to hold the tournament in Los Angeles in 2028. Here in this article, we talk about Cricket in 2032 Games.
The host city may choose to incorporate games, just as Birmingham was successful in hosting cricket during the just-finished Commonwealth Games. However, they must first receive approval from the International Olympic Committee (IOC) in order to obtain the rights.
The BCCI wants cricket to be a part of the Olympics, just like CA does. Prior to their later in the month meeting with the organizers, they are supporting ICC. Eight additional sports, in addition to cricket, are vying to be included in the Olympics.
If Australia is successful in hosting the Olympics, both the sport there and throughout the world would see a huge boost. The Olympics have the potential to introduce cricket to billions of people who haven’t yet heard of it. More importantly, it will cultivate local talents everywhere.
Australia declares its intention to win three ICC trophies or more during the course of the following five years.
The reigning T20 world champions have stated their ambition to take home three ICC trophies in the next five years, regardless of gender, thus Australia has no plans to back down. Later this year, when they host the T20 World Cup, they’ll start their journey toward triumph.
According to India Today, when asked about their goal, CA Chief Executive Nick Hockley remarked, “This strategy provides both a vision and a clear plan for how we may achieve big, revolutionary change while still delivering our primary duties.”
He added, “I would like to thank everyone across the game for their passion and commitment as we work to unite and inspire everyone to love and play cricket, and in so doing make cricket a sport for all that makes Australians proud.”