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JOP Paris 2024, the calendar of events made official

The 100m freestyle or 400m hurdles final, the Olympic marathon, the fencing team events, the finals of women’s and men’s football, handball or even rugby sevens tournaments… In total, the athletes, from all over the world, will compete in 329 events, during 762 sports sessions, in 19 days of competition, between July 24 and August 11.

The day after the opening ceremony, the first medals distributed will plunge the public into this very special competition. On July 27, the streets of the city of Paris will come alive with the men’s and women’s road cycling time trials, while judo will begin its week of competition at the Arena Champ- Of March. While fencing will take up residence at the Grand Palais, and rugby sevens, a spectacular discipline, will be played at the Stade de France. Swimming, diving and shooting will also be featured on this day, at the Aquatic Centre, the Arena La Défense and the Châteauroux National Shooting Range.

Île-de-France will live to the rhythm of the Games

Disciplines that have recently arrived at the Games will not be outdone. Skateboarding will be present from the first day of competition, place de la Concorde. Breaking will celebrate its Olympic baptism, igniting the same place on August 9, for the B-Girls, and the next day, for the B-Boys. Concluding this fortnight in one of the most emblematic squares of the capital.

No downtime for the weekend, but on the contrary a highlight that will keep the whole world spellbound. August 3 and 4 will see several finals. Tennis, table tennis and judo, with the team event, will take part. There will also be finals in fencing, athletics, archery, cycling, with road races, horse riding or swimming.

Athletics and swimming, long-awaited finals

The athletics and swimming finals will also be eagerly awaited. Suspended moments, lasting a few seconds or minutes, which will be disputed in the evening. The swimming finals will take place from July 27 to August 4. The women’s and men’s 100m freestyle finals will see the Arena Paris La Défense set ablaze on July 31. Still in the water, but on the other side of the world or almost, the semis and finals of the surfing events, women and men, will take place on the mythical wave of Teahupo’o in Tahiti.

Finally, the athletics finals will see the eyes of the world turn to the Stade de France, from 1is to August 11. The men’s 100m and 110m hurdles will take place on August 8 for the men, and two days later for the women.

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