On Tuesday, the logo of the 2028 summer Olympics in Los Angeles was unveiled, according to the website of the Games Organizing Committee.
The logo shows the letters LA and the number 28. L and 28 are made in black, and the image of the letter A will constantly change. It symbolizes the diverse history and opportunities of Los Angeles. A total of 26 versions of the logo were presented on Tuesday.
— LA28 (@LA28) September 1, 2020
Figure skater Adam Rippon, soccer player Alex Morgan, singer Billie Eilish, and actress Reese Witherspoon shared their stories for creating the logo for the 2028 Olympics.
Los Angeles was announced as the host of the 2028 summer Olympics in September 2017. The city has already hosted the Olympics twice — in 1932 and 1984. In both cases, it was the summer Games.