The International Olympic Committee is mulling a decision on whether or not to allow the use of the Olympic-size track track at Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, to race for the men’s 100m and 200m events.
The IOC will consider the track on Wednesday, but it’s not clear whether it would be allowed, according to the Associated Press.
The IOC did not immediately respond to a request for comment on the track’s use.
A spokesman for Lonestars, Chris Cawley, told the AP that he has “no comment” on the IOC’s decision.
A source close to Lonestarrs development team told the Associated News that the track would be used in some capacity.
Lonestarpace.com describes itself as the “worlds first track for track and field athletes,” and is a joint venture between Lonestarts.com and the International Track and Field Federation.
The Rio Games, which will take place Aug. 5-20, is being held in a new stadium built by the IOC.
The city of Rio has a total population of more than 7 million.
The Associated Press’ Matt Lee contributed to this report.