Shirley Leung Boston group eyes Olympic venues Potential world-class locations come into view as Boston backers pursue a bid for the 2024 Olympics ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page AP (left) and Getty Images/File Boston Common suits one of the Games’ most popular spectator sports, beach volleyball. Globe STaff (left) and Getty Images/File Open fields and a zoo with access to animal care make Franklin Park perfect for equestrian events. Globe Staff (left) and Getty Images/File The site off I-93 near South Station would house opening and closing ceremonies, as well as track and field. Globe Staff (left) and AP/File The committee is also contemplating building a media center in the Seaport District. Globe STaff (left) and The site of the former Bayside Expo Center is being considered for the Olympic village. Globe Staff (left) and AP/File Gymnastics and basketball could take place at TD Garden. Globe STaff (left) and Reuters/File The parcel owned by Harvard at the Allston rail yard could be a temporary center for events such as boxing and taekwondo.