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Paris 2024: the map of the Olympic Games sites

A few months before the finish line (July 26-August 11), the head of the gondola of the Olympic and Paralympic Games and its teams, in the company of Solideo (public establishment responsible for the construction and renovation of 70 objects Olympic and Paralympic Games) plowed their furrow.

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Paris 2024: the map of the Olympic Games sites

A few months before the finish line (July 26-August 11), the head of the gondola of the Olympic and Paralympic Games and its teams, in the company of Solideo (public establishment responsible for the construction and renovation of 70 objects Olympic and Paralympic Games) plowed their furrow. Only the Olympic Village (built in the municipalities of Saint-Denis, Saint-Ouen-Sur-Seine and Île-Saint-Denis), the Olympic aquatic center (in Saint-Denis, opposite the Stade de France) and the Arena Porte de La Chapelle were built. And found place on a map of sites in several dimensions to accommodate, on 41 competition sites, the 329 events (758 sessions) in 19 days of competition. Big plan.

15 competition venues within a 10 km radius of the Olympic Village. Eiffel Tower (beach volleyball), Grand Palais (fencing, taekwondo), Grand Palais ephemeral (judo, wrestling), Pont Alexandre III (marathon swimming, triathlon, road cycling), Invalides (archery). Without forgetting the Town Hall (marathon), Roland-Garros (tennis, boxing), the Seine (marathon swimming, triathlon) and the Concorde (3x3 basketball, BMX freestyle, breaking, skateboarding). “Paris 2024 remains on the same line with exceptional places. The best of France is invited into the organization of the Games. For urban sports this can be impactful in terms of celebration,” summarizes Tony Estanguet.

Saint-Denis (athletics, rugby sevens at the Stade de France; artistic swimming, diving, water polo in the Aquatic Center); Colombes (field hockey at the Yves du Manoir stadium); Nanterre (swimming and water polo in the Arena la Défense); Bourget (climbing), Villepinte (boxing, modern pentathlon); Vaires-sur-Marne (canoeing, rowing); Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines (BMX, track cycling, golf); Elancourt (MTB); Versailles (horse riding) will be there.

Lille (basketball, handball), Châteauroux (shooting), Marseille (sailing). And the football stadiums: Bordeaux, Lyon, Marseille, Nantes, Nice, Paris (Parc des Princes), Saint-Étienne will participate in the party.

Tahiti (surfing) and the mythical wave of Teahupo'o which has caused much discussion will be a curiosity.

Tony Estanguet never forgets to make the link with the Paralympic Games (August 28-September 8): “For the first time, we will have the same logo, a French team which promotes able-bodied or disabled athletes with the same ambition. disability, the same competition sites to celebrate the Paralympic Games: les Invalides (para-archery), the Grand Palais (armchair fencing and para-taekwondo), the Champ-de-Mars (para-judo and rugby armchair), the Château de Versailles (para-equestrian)… There is this desire to integrate the issues surrounding the Paralympic Games into all our actions and our scope.”

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