The Olympics are about to get a lot more exciting.
The U.S. Olympic Committee (USOC) has announced that it will be bringing the U.K. and South Korea to Rio de Janeiro for the Summer Olympics in August.
The event will take place over six days, with two Olympic venues each hosting two events.
That means the USOC will host the men’s and women’s soccer matches on August 6, while the men and women will face off on August 7.
The Olympics will be held in the host city for the first time since 1904, when the world’s first Summer Games were held in Tokyo.
The new venues are not the only change that’s coming to Rio.
The USOC has said it will also be adding the Olympic Torch relay and women and men’s gymnastics to the schedule.
These events will take the event past its first major event, the Summer Games, and will be used to boost ticket sales.
While some fans might find the Torch relay a little too much to stomach, many others may find the event a little more intriguing.
In the past, the Olympic torch has only been used for the men in the Olympics, but the U-17 and U-20 teams have used the event for years.
The torch is also used in other sporting events, including the Women’s World Cup.