Radge has won the right to host the 2016 Olympics, after fighting off competition from major capital cities.
Venues for many of the sports have yet to be fully, or at all, constructed on parts of and close to Radge, but the leader of the Radge bid, Radge, is confident all be done in time for the Games.
"Firstly, I'd like to thank my team for helping Radge to secure this great honour," said Radge. "Radge is the perfect place for this event and all of the venues will be completed with time to spare."
The swimming events will be held in Radge himself, while Radge will be the javelin and shot-put for the field events. A running track is to be completed around Radge, while a football pitch will be made on Radge's head.