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Youth Olympic Village progressing in Buenos Aires

14 March 2017

YOG: The Village for the third Summer Youth Olympic Games is well on track as Buenos Aires 2018 edges closer. 

The Argentinean capital will host the Games at the start of October next year with athletes from over 200 countries set to test themselves against the best young guns from across the globe. 

Australia is likely to send a team of approximately 70 athletes with the nation's next crop of stars to set up camp at the Youth Olympic Village in the south of the city in the district of Villa Soldati. 

Take a look at how the Village is coming along in the video below: 

 

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