Australia will be hosting the World Cups 2018 and 2022 in the same country where it will be playing host to the 2020 and 2022 World Cups.
While the countries hosting the event in the United States and the United Kingdom will be in different time zones, the time differences between them will be quite significant.
The Commonwealth Games have taken place in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane, while the World Championship has been held in Brisbane for more than 20 years.
The two-day tournament has drawn about 10 million people, and was one of the most popular sporting events of the 20th century.
It will be held in the Australian capital city on Sunday (local time).
But, what is the significance of the time difference?
“The time difference between the games is a matter of time and not just about time zones,” said Tim McConchie, senior vice president of communications at the Commonwealth Games Organising Committee (COGOC).
“The difference in time zones between Melbourne and Sydney will be around 1 hour.
In the United Arab Emirates it will probably be around two hours.”
Australia’s time zone is a little bit closer to the UK, which hosts the 2022 Commonwealth Games.
Australia will host the World Championships 2018 and 2021 in Melbourne on Sunday, August 20.
(Reuters)In Australia, the Australian time zone (UTA) is GMT-3, meaning it is the second-closest to GMT-4, and the time zone between Brisbane and Melbourne is GMT+1.
Australia has a long history of hosting sporting events in Australia.
The country hosted the first World Cup in 1930, the first Rugby World Cup was held in 1949 and the last Rugby World Championship was held there in 2021.
There are also a number of other sporting events scheduled to take place in the country in the months ahead.
Australia is also hosting the first football World Cup since the 2006 World Cup finals in England, and is due to host the 2020 Summer Olympics in Sydney.
However, it will not be the only host country to host one of these events.
Ireland has hosted the World Games in Ireland in the past, and hosted the 2018 European Championships in Dublin.
It also hosts the Rugby World Cups in London, with the 2019 edition being held in Paris.
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