2024 summer Olympic Games will officially be held in Paris.
Two cities: Los Angeles and Paris were candidates for the organisation of the Olympic and Paralympic games. Each candidate had to convince the International Olympic committee (IOC) that their city was the best choice while respecting a predefined calendar. Here are the important dates concerning the Paris candidacy 2024:
Hosting the Olympic Games is every candidate cities wish. This major project highlights the host country. Installation and choice of sporting infrastructure is of course an important element in the organisation of the Games, but it is not the only success factor. Indeed, to ensure its proper functioning, a flagship project such as the O.G must involve all of its partners. The Paris 2024 bidding committee wants to define exactly what these games will mean and how they will be used on a small and bigger scale (Paris, Ile-de-France, France) and it will be done in consultation with the French population. A platform has been set up for this consultation. It must allow anyone who wants to, to participate in the deliberations carried out by the paris 2024 Committee when developing the Candidature project. Also, several debates will be organised around economic and environmental matters. These are not just the Paris Games, they are also YOUR Games! Each opinion is a step towards making sure that the Games are lasting, exemplary and shared among the whole of society.
In Seine-Saint-Denis, the Departmental Sports and Olympic Committee (93) supports the sports associations in the department and contributes to the protection and development of Olympic values as stated in the Olympic charter.
The actions of the Departmental Sports and Olympic Committee (93) aim to fight against violence and doping in sport and to promote the values of Fair-Play and Ethics. The committee is actor for the development of sport in the department and also contributes to the defence and developemnt of sport heritage.
For the purpose of the Paris candidature 2024, Seine-Saint-Denis is the department that, after Paris, will welcome the largest number of athletes. Many sports facilities are already in place in the region where sports men and women train each day with the Olympic Games in mind. Athletics, boxing, swimming…, many sports are proposed in clubs in Seint-Saint-Denis to encourage people to be active and to take up a sport.
Here are some of the non-olympic sports in the department of Seine-Saint-Denis
In Seine-Saint-Denis, it is also possible to practice non-olympic sports such as pelota or boules. Between sport and leisure, these unfamiliar sports are worth a look. These sports usually take place in the context of associations, stress free and convivial.