A “Summer Village” in Olympic time

To open the 2022 season of the “Summer Village” program, the Departmental Council is offering an event dedicated to the Olympic disciplines in Précy-sur-Oise.

Just a few days after World Olympic Day, June 23, the “Olympic and Paralympic Village” will take place on June 26 from 1.30 p.m. to 6 p.m. in Précy-sur-Oise. The town, the only Games Preparation Center in Europe exclusively dedicated to blind football, has 2 permanent pitches, 60% of which are financed by the Oise Departmental Council. This completely free event will be an opportunity for the public to discover this handisport discipline.

Within the village, 22 Olympic and Paralympic disciplines will be offered to you in the form of initiations and demonstrations supervised by educators and top-level athletes, associations or departmental sports committees.

This afternoon will also be an opportunity to:

– Discover CASDEN’s “History, sport and citizenship” exhibition, which retraces the history of the Games since their creation;

– Attend Breaking shows;

– Meet the top athletes of our Department;

– Win many Oise24 prizes;

– And for the youngest, to have fun in a play area with the installation of inflatable structures.

High-level athletes, ambassadors of the Oise24 project, will be present and honored during this event. The opportunity for you to talk with them about their sporting experience and leave with a souvenir photo:

– Hakim Arezki, blind football player for the Précy-sur-Oise club, European champion in 2009, Paralympic vice-champion in London in 2012.

– Aymerick Gally, fencing world vice-champion 2021-2022, European team vice-champion in 2018.

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– Céline Goberville, Olympic vice-champion in 10m pistol shooting in London in 2012, double European champion.

– Lucas Mazur, Paralympic champion in standing single badminton in Tokyo in 2020, double World champion in single disabled badminton, six-time European champion in disabled badminton (single, double and mixed).

– Luidgi Midelton, French fencing champion in 2021.

– Fabrice Morgado, player for the French blind football team.

– Léonice Huet, French badminton champion in 2018, Youth Olympic vice-champion in 2018.

The Oise Departmental Council launched the Oise24 project in February 2018, in particular with the vote for an envelope of €20 million devoted to the renovation or construction of sports facilities. Thanks to this investment, a departmental dynamic has been established around the Olympic and Paralympic Games with, in particular, 37 Games Preparation Centers selected by Paris 2024 and 65 communities labeled Terre De Jeux 2024.


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