The World Cup is coming, and that means it’s time for the world’s most innovative athletes to step into the spotlight.
That’s what happened with the world record holder, the world champion gymnast and world champion swimming and diving champion.
And now the world champions have their first ever event on the books.
Here’s what you need to know about their first event.
What: The world’s first ever Olympics Open Swim Competition will take place in the United States.
When: Saturday, Aug. 5, 2020 at 6 p.m.
Where: the United Nations Headquarters in New York City.
Where to watch: ESPN2 will stream the event live.
Tickets: All event tickets are $120.
There will be more than 300 athletes competing, from all walks of life.
Who: The athletes are all athletes competing at an elite level, including gymnasts Simone Biles, Gabby Douglas, and Laura Mathers, as well as world champion swimmers Michael Phelps, Ryan Lochte, and Ryan Lochore.
The world record holders will be competing against athletes from all over the world, including women, people with disabilities, and children.
What to expect: You can see the medalists and the swimmers competing, but also be sure to check out the competitors’ bios, and watch the competition live on ESPN2.
How to watch the event: Tune in to ESPN2 or WatchESPN on your computer or mobile device.
To watch the athletes compete, simply log into your ESPN account.
When they first stepped onto the Olympic platform, they were just a group of athletes competing for the right to compete.
Now they’re athletes competing against all of us.
They’ll be able to see each other compete, hear each other’s bios, compete in the Olympic ring, and even interact with each other on the podium.
And that’s the coolest part.
You don’t have to be a gymnast to participate.
The swimmers are not allowed to compete, so the athletes will be able compete in their local pool.
What’s happening in the video above?
As we mentioned earlier, the swimming and divers are competing against each other, and as we reported, this is the first time that anyone has ever done that.
And it’s an amazing spectacle.
Watch the full event below.
The World Championships of Swimming and Diving, or the World Cup of Swimmers and Divers, is a competition that will be played out on the swimmable water of the Olympic Aquatics Center in New Orleans.
It’s the first major sport event in the U.S. to take place on the water of an Olympic stadium. And the U