Toronto is host to the 2040 Olympics, Paralympics, and the first ever Transhuman Olympics.
Detractors state that modifying humans is fundamentally wrong, especially for the Olympics. However, so many humans are being modified prior to birth to remove genes relating to cancer, heart defects, and both mental and physical imperfections that the Olympic committee agreed to hold a separate event for transhumans.
Special rules apply to medalists, including rules that strip the athletes of their medals should their modifications prove to be fatal (athletes must survive the games by at least 2 months). Modifications that interfere with other competitors are also banned, but otherwise the competition in this first Transhuman Olympics are limited more by their imagination than technology.
Tony Gaddings - who has replaced his lower torso with a 1964 corvette convertible body - has summed up the games when he said "No unmodified competitors will stand any chance of a medal. I've got 866 horsepower that says I will be first across the 100 metre dash finish line!"