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Meet the Athletes Carrying the Olympic Flame in Yonne: 100% Yonne 2024 Celebrates Olympic Champions

France Bleu Auxerre invites you to discover some of the athletes who will have the immense honor of carrying the Olympic flame on July 11 in Yonne.

Under the Yonne 2024 Label, 100% sport introduces you to all those in our region who are investing in the Paris Olympic and Paralympic Games. Decision-makers, businesses but also and above all athletes. From preparation centers for international delegations to the passage of the Olympic flame on July 11, Yonne intends to take advantage of its proximity to the capital, and does not want to experience these Olympic Games by proxy.

100% Yonne 2024 brings you the Olympic epic. That of these people who lived the Olympic dream, those who gleaned a few medals: Patrice Garande, Olympic football champion with the French football team in Los Angeles in 1984, the Bronze medal for judoka Frédéric Demontfaucon at the Sydney Olympics in 2000 or the archers Bérengère Shuh and Fabrice Meunier in Beijing in 2008.

A big archery festival in Migennes

It was August 10, 2008. The first medal for the French camp at the Beijing Olympics. In team archery, Bérengère Schuh, then 24 years old, won bronze with her two teammates: Virginie Arnold and Sophie Dodemont. Bérengère Schuh, these are 3 participations in the Olympic Games, one as world champion in 2003, as European champion in 2008;

Now based near Autun, 20 years after her first participation in the Olympic Games, it is she who will be the captain of the torchbearers during his visit to Yonne on July 11. On this occasion, many disciplines will be highlighted, such as archery. A day with activities, demonstrations Migennes.

Bérengère Schuh is the guest of the 100% Sport podcast

2024-02-21 17:30:00
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