The Christian Science world championships are the culmination of a three-year project, begun in 2005.
The event was originally supposed to be held in Tokyo, Japan, but was later moved to Adelaide, Australia, to ensure the event would be held at a bigger venue.
This year, Christian Science is holding a three day event in Adelaide, which is part of the International Christian Science Games (ICG), an annual series of international sports competitions.
It will be held from February 10 to February 17, 2018.
The 2017 and 2018 events in Adelaide were both held at the Adelaide Oval, where they attracted a crowd of more than 200,000 spectators.
Christian Science’s first two years were also very successful, as the team was recognised for a World Championships medal in the swimming, diving and gymnastics.
The 2017 Australian Championships in the same venue, held in April and September, attracted an attendance of over 70,000.
For 2018, Christian Scientists have had to settle for a small fraction of the success they had in previous years.
With the 2018 event scheduled for Adelaide, the event will be the third year in a row that the Australian team will not have a World Cup appearance.
The next edition of the event, due to be staged at the South Australian state of South Australia’s Sunshine Coast, will be contested at the same venues, albeit with an entirely different theme.
The new venue is the Melbourne Olympic Park.
The new venue has attracted the support of the state’s new government, who have announced they will help fund the construction of a new indoor venue for the event.
But the decision to host the 2018 Australian championships at the Olympic Park in Melbourne is controversial, and the state government is still considering the costs associated with the move.
The Olympic Park is in the heart of South Australian’s booming mining industry, and is a popular tourist attraction for the region.
The government of South Australians, in a statement on Monday, said the decision was a difficult one, but it was an easy one to make.
The city’s former Olympic and Paralympic champion, Jill Watson, said she was disappointed the city had decided to abandon its long-time bid for hosting the 2019 event.
“I was so excited when they announced it to be in Melbourne, but now it looks like they’re trying to pull out of the race because it’s just so much money,” she said.
“The Commonwealth Games are very important to us, but for them to leave is a bit of a slap in the face.”
“I think it’s really sad, it’s a bit disappointing, because it doesn’t make any sense,” she added.
Victoria’s state government announced on Tuesday that the state would host the event for the second time, this time with a venue to accommodate a capacity of up to 60,000 fans.
Victoria will host the Commonwealth Games in 2019, but this time it will be a new venue.
Victoria’s Premier Gladys Berejiklian announced that the Commonwealth Sports and Culture Authority (CSCA) would fund the $3 million cost of hosting the event in the Sunshine State.
Victoria has hosted the Commonwealth Olympics in the past, most recently in 2000, when the city hosted the Sydney Games.
It is one of just two Commonwealth Games cities to not have an Olympic venue to host them.
The Australian team are due to compete in the swim, diving, gymnastics and canoeing events at the 2017 and 2019 championships.
Australia will host three Olympic sports in 2020, including the 2020 Winter Games in the Russian city of Sochi, and a fourth will be in Tokyo in 2021.