Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Competition Venues

Olympic and Paralympic Competition Venues

4 2 0 S 2 I R A P PARIS 2024 OLYMPIC AND PARALYMPIC COMPETITION VENUES T E E H A S T A S : D E U N E C V I P M Y L A R A D P N C A I P M Y L O © GettyImages 1

4 2 0 A STAGE LIKE NO OTHER S 2 I R A P 4 4 2 The broad variety of competition venues for the Olympic and Paralympic Games Paris 2024 0 S 2 I means that all involved in the Games will have a unique and special experience. It includes iconic R A P sites, recognised as being among the brightest jewels in France’s cultural treasury, and international 2 sports venues which are no stranger to hosting the biggest events on the planet. THE COMPETITION IS SPILLING WORLD-RENOWED COMPETITION VENUES OUT OF THE STADIA Paris 2024 will offer the athletes an exceptional stage on For the Games, the most fantastic sites and monuments which to compete, at world-famous sports venues which 0 in Paris, and in France in general, are to be transformed regularly host international events – examples include into breathtaking settings to host the world’s greatest the Roland-Garros Stadium, Stade de France, Golf sporting event. These iconic venues, resulting from an National, the Arena Bercy, the Vélodrome National, unlikely fusion between sport and France’s rich heritage, and many more. will see jawdropping performances from the finest athletes. They offer a unique experience to all involved THE SPIRIT OF CELEBRATION THROUGH in the Games – the athletes, the spectators on site, and ALL OF FRANCE the millions watching on television around the world. Events will be taking place all over France: in the major The list includes the Château de Versailles, the Grand cities, the football will be held in the stadia of Marseille, Palais, Les Invalides, the Eiffel Tower and Champ-de- Bordeaux, Lyon, Saint-Étienne, Nice and Nantes IS 2 Mars, Place de la Concorde, the Pont d’Iéna and the (along with the Parc des Princes in Paris). The handball T Pont Alexandre III. E E competitions will be held in Lille; the marina in Marseille H A S T will play host to the sailing competitions. The Games’ A S : D KEY POINTS reach also extends to overseas territories: the best R E U N → 24 Olympic sports within a 10km radius surfers on the planet will take on the legendary waves E C V of the Athletes’ Village of Teahupo’o in Tahiti. I P M Y → 85% of athletes housed less than 30 minutes L A R away from the Village A A D P N → All competition venues accessible by public C A I transport P M Y L → Numerous sites in the beating heart of Paris O P 2

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4 2 0 S 2 I R A P CONTENTS OLYMPIC VENUES P. 4 HÔTEL DE VILLE P. 26 NICE STADIUM P. 50 PARALYMPIC VENUES P. 5 INVALIDES P. 28 SAINT-ÉTIENNE STADIUM P. 52 BERCY ARENA P. 6 LA CONCORDE P. 30 VAIRES-SUR-MARNE P. 54 NAUTICAL STADIUM CHAMP-DE-MARS ARENA P. 8 MARSEILLE MARINA P. 31 PIERRE MAUROY STADIUM P. 56 PARIS LA DÉFENSE ARENA P. 10 PARC DES PRINCES P. 33 SOUTH PARIS ARENA 1 P. 12 PONT ALEXANDRE III P. 35 ROLAND-GARROS STADIUM P. 58 SOUTH PARIS ARENA 4 P. 13 EIFFEL TOWER STADIUM P. 60 PONT D’IÉNA P. 37 SOUTH PARIS ARENA 6 P. 14 YVES-DU-MANOIR STADIUM P. 62 LE BOURGET SPORT P. 38 PORTE DE LA CHAPELLE P. 15 CLIMBING VENUE LA COURNEUVE P. 64 ARENA SAINT-QUENTIN-EN- P. 40 SHOOTING RANGE T E YVELINES BMX STADIUM TEAHUPO’O P. 66 E H AQUATICS CENTRE P. 17 A S T BORDEAUX STADIUM P. 42 SAINT-QUENTIN- P. 68 A CHÂTEAU DE VERSAILLES P. 19 S : D EN-YVELINES VELODROME E STADE DE FRANCE P. 43 U N ÉLANCOURT HILL P. 21 E PARIS 2024 P. 70 C V I LYON STADIUM P. 45 OLYMPIC COMPETITION P GOLF NATIONAL P. 22 M SCHEDULE BY SESSION Y L A MARSEILLE STADIUM P. 47 R A GRAND PALAIS P. 24 D P N NANTES STADIUM P. 48 C A I P M Y L O 3

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4 2 0 S 2 I PRACTICAL INFO R A BERCY ARENA P LOCATION GETTING THERE • Bus Built in 1984, Bercy Arena is a large sports OLYMPIC GAMES PARALYMPIC 9 KM • Metro lines 1, 6 and 14 hall and was once the number one concert from the Olympic • RER lines A and D venue in France (until La Défense Arena GAMES and Paralympic • Transilien train line R opened recently), welcoming a plethora GYMNASTICS BASKETBALL Village, Paris, • Vélib’ public bike th arr. stations of international artists. WHEELCHAIR BASKETBALL 12 Discipline: trampoline Discipline: basketball Designed by architects Michel Andrault and 2 events: 1 / 1 2 events: 1 / 1 Information to be determined th arrondissement NEARBY GAMES VENUES Pierre Parat, Bercy Arena in the 12 Individual 12-team of Paris has a distinctive pyramid shape and sloped / • Invalides sides covered with grass. In 2014 and 2015, the arena tournaments / • Grand Palais underwent extensive renovation to modernise its (finals) • Champ-de-Mars Arena technological infrastructure, increase its capacity Discipline: artistic • La Concorde and enhance the visitor experience. The multi- 14 events: 6 / 8 purpose venue now meets the highest international Rings CAPACITY standards. Bercy Arena is a versatile venue that has Horizontal Bar Gymnastics and Trampoline: seen over 30 million spectators pass through its doors for hundreds of events, including athletics, Parallel Bars 12,000 basketball, equestrian, judo, handball, tennis, ice Pommel Horse hockey, skiing, sailing and motocross events, as well All-around / Basketball: as shows, conventions and concerts. At the Paris 2024 Games, Bercy Arena will Team / 15,350 demonstrate its exceptional modular design once Floor exercise / T more, hosting two major sports – gymnastics and Vault / Wheelchair basketball: E basketball – and three disciplines one after another E H within a short space of time. Uneven Bars A S 15,700 T A Balance Beam S : D NEARBY TOURIST ATTRACTIONS E U N • Bois de Vincennes park E C V • Latin Quarter I P • Notre Dame cathedral M Y L • Hôtel de Ville area A R A D P POST-2024 LEGACY N C A Bercy Arena will continue to host major sporting I P and cultural events, as well as concerts and M Y L shows. O women men mixed 6

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      4 2 0 S 2 PRACTICAL INFO I R A CHAMP-DE-MARS ARENA P LOCATION The Champ-de-Mars Arena – known as the “Grand Palais OLYMPIC GAMES PARALYMPIC 8 KM from the Olympic and Éphémère” until now – is a 10,000 m² temporary building GAMES Paralympic Village, Paris, 7th arr. designed by architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte. JUDO WRESTLING GETTING THERE Boasting harmonious curves and The Champ-de-Mars Arena PARA JUDO • Bus aesthetics evocative of the Grand will remain in place for a few 15 events: 7 / 7 / 1 Discipline: Freestyle • Metro line 8 Palais, the wooden structure months after the renovation - 60 kg 12 events: 6 / 6 Information to be determined • Vélib’ public bike stations was installed at Champ de Mars work is finished to provide in early 2021, just opposite a prestigious setting to host - 66 kg 57 kg the École Militaire. Respecting the Olympic and Paralympic 65 kg NEARBY GAMES VENUES the composition axis of the events in Summer 2024, just a - 73 kg WHEELCHAIR RUGBY • Pont d’Iéna esplanade, the Champ-de-Mars stone’s throw away from other - 81 kg 74 kg • Eiffel Tower Stadium Arena blends in perfectly with competition venues such as - 90 kg 86 kg Information to be determined • Invalides its urban surroundings. The the Eiffel Tower Stadium and - 100 kg 97 kg • Grand Palais arena will host the art, fashion Invalides. The Champ-de-Mars 125 kg • Pont Alexandre III and sports events that would Arena was designed as a modular + 100 kg ordinarily have taken place in the structure that could be put up - 48 kg 50 kg CAPACITY Nave of the Grand Palais were and taken down quickly, which - 52 kg 53 kg Judo and Wrestling: the museum not undergoing means that it will be able to be - 57 kg 57 kg renovations, as well as cultural reused in various configurations 9,000 events organised by public after it leaves its current home at - 63 kg 62 kg cultural organisation Réunion Champ de Mars in Autumn 2024. 68 kg Para Judo and Wheelchair Rugby: des musées nationaux-Grand The project meets present-day - 70 kg 8,200 T - 78 kg 76 kg E Palais. Holding these events in environmental requirements by E H a prestigious, central location in using sustainable materials and + 78 kg A S NEARBY TOURIST ATTRACTIONS T the capital while the Grand Palais choosing a wooden structure for Discipline: Greco-roman A Mixed Team • Eiffel Tower S : D is being renovated will ensure the building. 6 events : 6 E they are a success and help Paris • Champ de Mars U N retain its position as the world 60 kg • École Militaire E C V capital of art and culture. 67 kg • Hôtel des Invalides I P • Grand Palais M 77 kg Y • Trocadéro area L A R 87 kg A D P 97 kg POST-2024 LEGACY N C A 130 kg The building is a temporary structure I P that will be taken down after the Games M Y and moved to another location that has L O yet to be decided. women men mixed 8

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      4 2 0 S 2 PRACTICAL INFO I R A PARIS LA DÉFENSE ARENA P LOCATION Open since October 2017, Paris La Défense OLYMPIC GAMES PARALYMPIC 8 KM from the Olympic and Paralympic Arena in Nanterre – just a stone’s throw GAMES Village, Nanterre (92) away from La Défense business district AQUATICS and the Grande Arche – is a modular, PARA SWIMMING GETTING THERE multipurpose facility like no other due to Discipline: water polo • Bus its sheer size, capacity and technology, 2 events: 1 / 1 • Metro line 1 boasting 13 km of terraced seating, Information to be determined • Tramline T2 5,500 tons of steel framework and 12-team tournament Finals • RER line A 28,632 m² of pitches. 10-team tournament Finals • Transilien train lines L and U Designed by architect Christian de Portzamparc, NEARBY GAMES VENUE it is the ultimate symbol of modernity. Its Discipline: swimming capacity of 30,000 for matches and 10,000 to 35 events: 17 / 17 / 1 • Yves-du-Manoir Stadium 40,000 for concerts makes it the largest indoor 50 m Freestyle / arena in Europe. Offering exceptional acoustics, CAPACITY the arena boasts cutting-edge technology 100 m Freestyle / 17,000 including the largest interactive screen in the 200 m Freestyle / world, covering 1,400 m² or about seven tennis 400 m Freestyle / courts. NEARBY TOURIST ATTRACTIONS The facade is covered with 600 giant dynamic 800 m Freestyle / • Grande Arche in La Défense business district aluminium and glass scales, ensuring the 1 500 m Freestyle / • Arc de Triomphe building has a vibrant exterior to match its 100 m Backstroke / • Champs-Élysées T bustling interior. Benefitting from the excellent 200 m Backstroke / E public transport links nearby, the arena has E POST-2024 LEGACY H seen over two million people pass through 100 m Breastroke / A S Paris La Défense Arena, the home ground of T its doors since it opened, hosting concerts A 200 m Breastroke / French rugby club Racing 92, will continue to S : D and shows by major international artists, 100 m Butterfly / host sporting and cultural events, as well as E conventions, seminars, as well as resident U N shows and concerts. E rugby club Racing 92’s matches. The Paris 2024 200 m Butterfly / C V Olympic and Paralympic Games will be the I 200 m Individual Medley / P arena’s first time hosting swimming events. M Y 400 m Individual Medley / L A R 4 x 100 m Freestyle Relay A / D P 4 x 200 m Freestyle Relay / N C A I 4 x 100 m Medley Relay / P M Y 4 x 100 m Mixed Medley Relay L O women men mixed 10

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      4 2 0 S 2 I PRACTICAL INFO R A SOUTH PARIS ARENA 1 P LOCATION Paris Expo, which houses South Paris Arena 1, is OLYMPIC GAMES PARALYMPIC 10 KM from the Olympic and Paralympic an exhibition and convention centre at Porte de th th GAMES Village, Paris, 15 arr. Versailles in the 15 arrondissement of Paris, just off the ring road. VOLLEYBALL BOCCIA GETTING THERE It is one of the busiest such centres in Europe and the Discipline: volleyball • Bus most visited in France, welcoming 7.5 million people 2 events: 1 / 1 Information to be determined • Metro line 12 each year. Offering magnificent views of the Eiffel Tower, • Tramlines T2 and T3 the 35 ha site has been around for almost 100 years. 12-team tournament / • Vélib’ public bike stations The centre has expanded considerably since it was built in 1923 to host the Paris Fair, now boasting 228,000 m² NEARBY GAMES VENUES of exhibition space across eight pavilions. Designed to • South Paris Arena 4 and 6 accommodate all layouts and requirements, Paris Expo • Roland-Garros Stadium knows no bounds when it comes to organising the most • Parc des Princes daring, innovative events. An ambitious three-phase • Eiffel Tower Stadium renovation programme lasting 10 years and costing • Champ-de-Mars Arena €500 million is currently underway to modernise the centre’s infrastructure, with work scheduled to finish in CAPACITY 2023. Housing Halls 1, 4 and 6 and other halls for Games Volleyball: logistics, including media areas, food outlets and storage facilities, Paris Expo will be one of the major Games hubs. 12,000 T Boccia: E E H A S 6,000 T A S : D E NEARBY TOURIST ATTRACTIONS U N E • Eiffel Tower C V • Champ-de-Mars I P • Bois de Boulogne park M Y L A R A POST-2024 LEGACY D P South Paris Arena 1, one of the halls of the Paris N C A Expo exhibition centre at Porte de Versailles, will I P continue to host shows, fairs and conventions. M Y L O women men mixed 12

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      4 2 0 S 2 I PRACTICAL INFO R A SOUTH PARIS ARENA 4 P LOCATION Paris Expo, which houses South Paris Arena 4, is OLYMPIC GAMES PARALYMPIC 10 KM from the Olympic and Paralympic an exhibition and convention centre at Porte de th th GAMES Village, Paris, 15 arr. Versailles in the 15 arrondissement of Paris, just off the ring road. TABLE TENNIS PARA TABLE TENNIS GETTING THERE It is one of the busiest such centres in Europe and the 5 events: 2 / 2 / 1 • Bus most visited in France, welcoming 7.5 million people Singles / Information to be determined • Metro line 12 each year. Offering magnificent views of the Eiffel Tower, • Tramlines T2 and T3 the 35 ha site has been around for almost 100 years. Team / • Vélib’ public bike stations The centre has expanded considerably since it was built Mixed Double in 1923 to host the Paris Fair, now boasting 228,000 m² NEARBY GAMES VENUES of exhibition space across eight pavilions. Designed to • South Paris Arena 1 and 6 accommodate all layouts and requirements, Paris Expo • Roland-Garros Stadium knows no bounds when it comes to organising the most • Parc des Princes daring, innovative events. An ambitious three-phase • Eiffel Tower Stadium renovation programme lasting 10 years and costing • Champ-de-Mars Arena €500 million is currently underway to modernise the centre’s infrastructure, with work scheduled to finish in CAPACITY 2023. Housing Halls 1, 4 and 6 and other halls for Games logistics, including media areas, food outlets and storage 6,650 facilities, Paris Expo will be one of the major Games hubs. NEARBY TOURIST ATTRACTIONS T E • Eiffel Tower E H • Champ-de-Mars A S • Bois de Boulogne park T A S : D POST-2024 LEGACY E U N South Paris Arena 4, one of the halls of the Paris E C V Expo exhibition centre at Porte de Versailles, will I P continue to host shows, fairs and conventions. M Y L A R A D P N C A I P M Y L O women men mixed 13

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      4 2 0 S 2 I PRACTICAL INFO R A SOUTH PARIS ARENA 6 P LOCATION GETTING THERE Paris Expo, which houses South Paris Arena 6, is OLYMPIC GAMES PARALYMPIC 10 KM • Bus an exhibition and convention centre at Porte de • Metro line 12 th GAMES from the • Tramlines T2 Versailles in the 15 arrondissement of Paris, just WEIGHTLIFTING Olympic and and T3 off the ring road. Paralympic Village, • Vélib’ public bike Information to be determined GOALBALL th arr. It is one of the busiest such centres in Europe and the Paris, 15 stations most visited in France, welcoming 7.5 million people Information to be determined each year. Offering magnificent views of the Eiffel Tower, NEARBY GAMES VENUES the 35 ha site has been around for almost 100 years. • South Paris Arena 1 and 4 The centre has expanded considerably since it was built • Roland-Garros Stadium in 1923 to host the Paris Fair, now boasting 228,000 m² • Parc des Princes of exhibition space across eight pavilions. Designed to • Eiffel Tower Stadium accommodate all layouts and requirements, Paris Expo • Champ-de-Mars Arena knows no bounds when it comes to organising the most daring, innovative events. An ambitious three-phase CAPACITY renovation programme lasting 10 years and costing Weightlifting: €500 million is currently underway to modernise the centre’s infrastructure, with work scheduled to finish in 5,000 2023. Housing Halls 1, 4 and 6 and other halls for Games logistics, including media areas, food outlets and storage Goalball: facilities, Paris Expo will be one of the major Games hubs. 3,466 T E E H NEARBY TOURIST ATTRACTIONS A S T • Eiffel Tower A S : D • Champ-de-Mars E • Bois de Boulogne park U N E C V POST-2024 LEGACY I P M South Paris Arena 6, one of the halls of the Paris Y L A Expo exhibition centre at Porte de Versailles, will R A continue to host shows, fairs and conventions. D P N C A I P M Y L O women men mixed 14

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      4 2 0 S 2 I PRACTICAL INFO R A PORTE DE LA CHAPELLE ARENA P LOCATION GETTING THERE The new arena was designed to be an OLYMPIC GAMES PARALYMPIC • Metro line 12 animated space accessible to all that 3 KM • RER line E catered for the needs of local residents, GAMES from the Olympic • Tramlines T3B offering them a range of sports activities BADMINTON and Paralympic • Vélib’ public Village, Paris, bike stations before and after the Games. PARA BADMINTON th arr. • Bus 5 events: 2 / 2 / 1 18 Meeting a need identified by Paris City Council Information to be determined before the Games bid, the arena will be able to Singles / NEARBY GAMES VENUES accommodate 8,000 people for basketball games Doubles / • Stade de France and 9,000 for concerts, which means its capacity lies Mixed Doubles PARA POWERLIFTING • Aquatics Centre between the Pierre de Coubertin stadium (4,000) and Bercy Arena (17,000). The new arena’s chosen design CAPACITY is distinctly eco-friendly: 80% of the building will be Information to be determined Badminton: covered in greenery to blend in with its surroundings, GYMNASTICS giving it a fresh look. With a recyclable aluminium 7,000 facade, the building will be designed using mainly bio-sourced and low-carbon materials, prioritising Discipline: rhythmic Para Badminton: reuse wherever possible. The multi-purpose venue 2 events: 2 at Porte de la Chapelle, a working-class area, will 6,800 mark the beginning of redevelopment work across All-around the capital’s 18th arrondissement. The Arena, Group All-Around which is expected to be completed by summer Rhythmic gymnastics and para powerlifting: T 2023, will be home to the “Paris Basket” club. The E modular nature of the facilities will be put to good 7,000 E H use during the Games, with the venue set to host A S T two different sports one after the other for both NEARBY TOURIST ATTRACTIONS A S : D Olympic (badminton and rhythmic gymnastics) and • Sacré-Cœur Basilica (Paris) E Paralympic (para badminton and para powerlifting) U • Montmartre area (Paris) N events. E • Saint-Denis Basilica C V I • Saint-Ouen flea market P M Y L A POST-2024 LEGACY R A Porte de La Chapelle Arena will be home to the D P N club Paris Basketball and host concerts, shows and C A sporting events in the main hall. It will also include I P M two gyms, as well as leisure and sports facilities for Y L local residents, schools, clubs and associations. O women men mixed 15

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          4 2 0 S 2 PRACTICAL INFO I R A AQUATICS CENTRE P LOCATION GETTING THERE • Bus The Aquatics Centre is one of the two OLYMPIC GAMES 1,5 KM from • Metro lines 13 and 14 permanent sports facilities being built for the Olympic • RER lines B and D the Paris 2024 Games, the other being SWIMMING and Paralympic • Tramlines T1 and T8 Le Bourget Sport Climbing Venue. Village, Saint- • Vélib’ public bike stations Discipline: artistic swimming Denis (93) It will benefit not only residents of Seine- Saint-Denis, a department where there is a 2 events: 2 NEARBY GAMES VENUES lack of swimming pools and where one in two • Stade de France children aged 11 cannot swim, but also the Duet • Porte de La Chapelle Arena French swimming movement, which will finally Team • Olympic and Paralympic Village have access to a facility that lives up to its • La Courneuve Shooting Range potential and its ambitions to help prepare top Discipline: water polo • Le Bourget Sport Climbing Venue French swimmers and host major national and (preliminaries) international competitions, such as the European CAPACITY Aquatics Championships and the World Aquatics 2 events: 1 / 1 Championships. 10-team tournament 5,000 The Aquatics Centre will be built opposite the 12-team tournament Stade the France in Saint-Denis, less than 2 km NEARBY TOURIST ATTRACTIONS from the Olympic and Paralympic Village. A • Sacré-Cœur Basilica (Paris) walkway over the A1 motorway will link the two Discipline: diving • Montmartre area (Paris) facilities. During the Games, the centre will be 8 events: 4 / 4 • Saint-Denis Basilica configured to host the artistic swimming, water • Saint-Ouen flea market polo and diving competitions. Designed using bio- 3 m Springboard / T E sourced materials only, the Aquatics Centre is a 10 m Platform / POST-2024 LEGACY E H low-carbon facility that is committed to its energy The Aquatics Centre will be used by the general public, A S Synchronised 3 m T and environmental performance, as demonstrated / schools, clubs and associations on a daily basis for a variety A Springboard S : D by the 5,000 m² of photovoltaic panels installed on of sports, including fitness activities, tennis, paddle tennis, E its roof. Synchronised 10 m Platform / team sports, as well as water sports. It will also provide U N the French swimming movement with the cutting-edge E Catering to the needs of all users (whether C V sports facility it has been waiting decades for. The French I curious beginners, leisure lovers or seasoned Swimming Federation will be able to use the centre to P M competitors), the Aquatics Centre will house a host national and international competitions for its four Y L A range of sports facilities after the Games, including indoor disciplines. The centre will also provide a national R A a fitness area, a climbing wall, paddle tennis training centre for elite athletes, as well as an advanced D P courts and pitches for team sports. development centre for divers. N C A I P M Y L O women men mixed 17

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          4 2 0 S 2 I PRACTICAL INFO R A CHÂTEAU DE VERSAILLES P LOCATION The iconic, world-famous Château de OLYMPIC GAMES PARALYMPIC 20 KM from the Olympic Versailles – a symbol of France’s influence on the world stage – will be adapted to GAMES and Paralympic Village, Versailles (78) host the Paris 2024 Games in a magnificent EQUESTRIAN setting steeped in history. PARA EQUESTRIAN GETTING THERE Discipline: dressage • RER line C In 1979, the palace and its majestic gardens became 2 events: 2 Information to be • Transilien train lines L, N and U the first French site to be added to the UNESCO determined World Heritage List. Evolving from a mere hunting Individual NEARBY GAMES VENUES lodge into an extravagant palace under Louis XIV, Team the Château de Versailles went on to become the • Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines Velodrome Museum of the History of France by order of King • Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines BMX Stadium Louis-Philippe. It is also where the upper and lower Discipline: eventing • Golf National houses of the French Parliament convene for joint 2 events: 2 • Élancourt Hill sessions. Today, the estate spans over 800 ha and Individual is a textbook example of French formal gardens, CAPACITY home to the “Royal Star”, a circular esplanade at Team Modern Pentathlon, Equestrian - Dressage the western end of the Grand Canal. The esplanade and Jumping, Para Equestrian: will feature a temporary facility where the dressage Discipline: jumping and jumping events (including for the eventing 2 events: 2 15,000 competition), the modern pentathlon events and the Paralympic dressage events will take place. With Individual Equestrian - Eventing: th T a strong equestrian tradition dating back to the 17 Team E century, the Château de Versailles and its sustainable E 40,000 H infrastructure will provide a magnificent setting A S 5,000 seated and 35,000 standing T for the Olympic and Paralympic equestrian events, A S : D helping boost the sport’s visibility. MODERN PENTATHLON NEARBY TOURIST ATTRACTION E U N • Château de Versailles E C V 2 events: 1 / 1 I P POST-2024 LEGACY M Y Individual / L The stadium is a temporary structure that will be A R A taken down after the Games. D P N C A I P M Y L O women men mixed 19

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          4 2 0 S 2 PRACTICAL INFO I R A ÉLANCOURT HILL P LOCATION Élancourt Hill in Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines OLYMPIC GAMES 31 KM from the Olympic and Paralympic is located between Élancourt and Trappes, Village, Élancourt, Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines 7 km away from the track cycling venue CYCLING and Trappes (78) Vélodrome National. Reaching 231 m, the summit is the highest point in Discipline: mountain bike GETTING THERE the Greater Paris region and offers clear views of the 2 events: 1 / 1 • Transilien train lines N and U Eiffel Tower, La Défense business district and the • RER line C forests around Paris. The site on which the artificial Cross-country / hill stands was once home to sandstone quarries NEARBY GAMES VENUES that supplied materials to entrepreneurs. After the • Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines Velodrome quarries shut in the mid-1900s, it was used as a • Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines BMX Stadium landfill site until 1975. In the 1980s, an ambitious • Golf National rehabilitation programme transformed the hill • Château de Versailles into a park the general public could use for leisure purposes. CAPACITY All the work required to stage the Olympic mountain bike events and deliver their legacy has 15,000 been designed to minimise the impact on local 2,700 seated and 12,300 standing biodiversity. No major infrastructure is due to be built – 95% of the Olympic routes designed by South NEARBY TOURIST ATTRACTION African expert Nick Floros are based on existing • Château de Versailles T trails. The variety of legacy trails means there will E be something for absolutely everybody, including E H young children, families and seasoned athletes. In POST-2024 LEGACY A S T concrete terms, choosing Élancourt Hill as a venue The Games will provide an opportunity to A S : D will help strengthen and structure existing sports promote the use of Élancourt Hill for leisure E participation and enhance the site’s environmental purposes. Accessible to all, the hill will provide U N E status. The project will leave a threefold (sporting, a safe, clean location for mountain bikers of C V social and environmental) legacy for Saint-Quentin- all abilities, walkers and runners to use and I P en-Yvelines, which will become a cycling hotspot families to go for a stroll within regenerated M Y L where people not involved in sport can access an surroundings. The transformed site will also offer A R ideal conditions in which to hold national and A important legacy and local biodiversity is enhanced D P and celebrated. international mountain bike competitions. N C A I P M Y L O women men mixed 21

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          4 2 0 S 2 I PRACTICAL INFO R A GOLF NATIONAL P LOCATION The Golf National in Saint-Quentin-en- OLYMPIC GAMES 26 KM from the Olympic and Paralympic Yvelines, which is around 30 km from Paris, Village, Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines (78) is one of the most prestigious golf courses GOLF in Europe. GETTING THERE Owned by the French Golf Federation, it was 2 events: 1 / 1 • RER line C designed as a permanent venue for the Open Individual Stroke Play, • Transilien train lines N and U de France annual golf tournament and a with 60 players / national training facility. Following three years NEARBY GAMES VENUES of construction work to transform 139 ha of flat • Élancourt Hill land, the Golf National opened in 1991. Starting • Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines Velodrome and with a blank canvas, course designer Hubert BMX Stadium Chesneau and consultant Robert Von Hagge • Château de Versailles sought to create a unique landscape with natural grandstands, a number of links-style bunkers and vast undulating fairways. The venue comprises CAPACITY a seven-hole training course and two eight- hole courses, including the “Albatros” – a highly 32,720 complex, challenging 18-hole course used for major 2,720 seated and 30,000 standing international competitions that was extensively renovated for the 2018 Ryder Cup. The Golf National NEARBY TOURIST ATTRACTION has long been committed to promoting sustainable • Château de Versailles T practices – for instance, by collaborating with the E French Ministry for the Ecological Transition – in a E H bid to enhance its environmental stewardship and POST-2024 LEGACY A S T protect its heritage. The Golf National will continue to host major A national and international golf competitions. S : D E U N E C V I P M Y L A R A D P N C A I P M Y L O women men mixed 22

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          4 2 0 S 2 PRACTICAL INFO I R A GRAND PALAIS P LOCATION On Avenue des Champs-Elysées in the OLYMPIC GAMES PARALYMPIC 6 KM from the Olympic and Paralympic th 8 arrondissement, the Grand Palais GAMES Village, Paris, 8th arr. is an iconic monument – a true jewel FENCING TAEKWONDO in Paris’ crown. Along with the elegant Pont Alexandre III and the Esplanade WHEELCHAIR FENCING GETTING THERE des Invalides, it is part of a magnificent Discipline: foil 8 events: 4 / 4 • Bus cluster of competition venues in the 4 events: 2 / 2 - 58 kg Information to be determined • Metro lines 1, 9 and 13 very heart of the city. Individual foil / - 68 kg • RER line C • Vélib’ public bike stations The Grand Palais was designed by a group of Team foil / - 80 kg PARA TAEKWONDO architects for the 1900 Paris Exposition, with the + 80 kg NEARBY GAMES VENUES Olympic Games taking place in the capital the Discipline: sabre Information to be determined • Invalides same year. The building was built in the style of 4 events: 2 / 2 - 49 kg • Eiffel Tower Stadium Beaux-Arts architecture using the most advanced - 57 kg • Champ-de-Mars Arena techniques of the time. The nave alone contains Individual sabre / - 67 kg 6,000 tons of steel. Team sabre / CAPACITY The Grand Palais has been extensively restored + 67 kg over the years to modernise its infrastructure and Discipline: épée 8,000 ensure it retains its architectural splendour. The 4 events: 2 / 2 latest work – the most extensive to date – will be carried out from 2021 to 2023. With two million Individual épée / NEARBY TOURIST ATTRACTIONS visitors attending a total of over 40 events each Team épée / • Champs-Elysées T year in the 77,000 m² exhibition hall, the venue • Arc de Triomphe E can accommodate a range of events, including E • Place de la Concorde H exhibitions, fashion shows, corporate galas and A S • Petit Palais T sports competitions like the memorable 2010 • Eiffel Tower A S : D World Fencing Championships. • Pont Alexandre III E • Louvre museum U N E • Palais Garnier opera house C V I P M POST-2024 LEGACY Y L A The Grand Palais will continue to host cultural R A and sports events. D P N C A I P M Y L O women men mixed 24

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          4 2 0 S 2 PRACTICAL INFO I R A HÔTEL DE VILLE P LOCATION Paris’ Hôtel de Ville, and the square to which OLYMPIC GAMES 7 KM from the Olympic and Paralympic it gives its name, have recently been added e Village, Paris 4 arr. to the list of prestigious sites which will ATHLETICS play host to some of the Olympic events in GETTING THERE the heart of the capital. Others include the Discipline : marathon • Bus Grand Palais, Les Invalides and Place de la • Metro, lines 1 and 11 Concorde. 2 events : 1 / 1 • RER A The marathon will depart from the site, steeped in Marathon / • Vélib’ public bike stations history, where Paris’ municipal authorities have sat since 1357. The current building, after the neo- NEARBY GAMES VENUES Renaissance style, was rebuilt by architects Théodore • Bercy Arena Ballu and Édouard Deperthes on the site of the • Place de La Concorde former Hôtel de Ville, which was burned by the Paris • Les Invalides Commune in 1871. It is particularly noteworthy for its majestic façade, 143m long and 18.8m high (26.8m, NEARBY TOURIST ATTRACTIONS at the corner towers, and 50m for the bell tower). • Quartier du Marais Formerly known as Place de Grève, today • Notre Dame Cathedral the Place de l’Hôtel de Ville is a veritable hub for • Île de la Cité activities, exhibitions and culture. In summer 2024, • The Louvre it will be transformed into a magnificent Olympic competition venue. POST-2024 LEGACY T No trace of the Games will remain after 2024. E E H The starting area for the marathon will be only a A S temporary installation. T A S : D E U N E C V I P M Y L A R A D P N C A I P M Y L O women men mixed 26

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          4 2 0 PRACTICAL INFO S 2 I R A INVALIDES P LOCATION The Esplanade des Invalides is a large green OLYMPIC GAMES PARALYMPIC 7 KM from the Olympic and Paralympic space extending from the majestic Hôtel Village, Paris, 7th arr. th GAMES des Invalides in the 7 arrondissement ARCHERY of Paris. PARA ARCHERY GETTING THERE The esplanade is linked to the Grand Palais on 5 events: 2 / 2 / 1 • Bus the right bank of the Seine via an elegant bridge, Individual / Information to be • Metro lines 8 and 13 the Pont Alexandre III. Surrounded by spectacular determined • RER line C gardens, the Hôtel des Invalides was built in Team / • Vélib’ public bike stations 1687 under Louis XIV as a military hospital and a Mixed Team retirement home for war veterans. Today, the world- NEARBY GAMES VENUES famous complex contains museums and monuments • Eiffel Tower Stadium linked to France’s military history, as well as CYCLING • Grand Palais Napoléon Bonaparte’s tomb. • Champ-de-Mars Arena The Esplanade des Invalides runs north to south, Discipline : road • Pont d’Iéna with rows of trees along its western and eastern • Pont Alexandre III sides. This large open space in the heart of the 2 events: 1 / 1 capital has become a popular leisure destination for Individual Time Trial / CAPACITY locals and tourists to exercise, play music or go for Archery and Para Archery: a walk. The Esplanade des Invalides will provide an exceptional backdrop to the Olympic and Paralympic 8,000 Archery events, Athletics (Marathon) and Cycling T (Individual Time Trial) events. The Esplanade des ATHLETICS Athletics (Marathon): E Invalides will be at the heart of an area dedicated E H to the Paris 2024 Games, just a stone’s throw away A S Discipline : marathon 8,364 T from competition venues such as the Pont Alexandre A 2 events: 1 / 1 S : D III, the Grand Palais, La Concorde, the Eiffel Tower NEARBY TOURIST ATTRACTIONS E stadium, the Champ-de-Mars arena, as well as the Marathon / U N • Eiffel Tower E Pont d’Iéna. C V • Pont Alexandre III I P • Grand Palais M Y • Champs-Élysées L A R • Place de la Concorde A D P • Hôtel des Invalides N • Luxembourg Gardens C A I P M POST-2024 LEGACY Y L O The building is a temporary structure that women men mixed will be taken down after the Games. 28

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              4 2 0 S 2 I PRACTICAL INFO R A LA CONCORDE P LOCATION NEARBY TOURIST ATTRACTIONS Paris 2024 made a strong commitment to 6 KM from the Olympic and • Grand Palais organise spectacular Games that take place OLYMPIC GAMES • Eiffel Tower Paralympic Village, Paris, 8th arr. • Hôtel des Invalides outside of traditional stadiums, right in the SKATEBOARDING BREAKING • Champs-Elysées heart of the capital. • Arc de Triomphe 4 events: 2 / 2 2 events: 1 / 1 GETTING THERE Place de La Concorde will temporarily become an • Bus • Notre Dame cathedral open stage where urban sports take place in their Street / B-boys • Metro lines 1, 8, 12 • Madeleine church original playground, the city centre. Not only is this • Transilien train lines J, L,N • Louvre museum an excellent example of Paris 2024’s vision coming to Park / B-girls • Vélib’ public bike stations • Palais Garnier opera house life, it also paves the way for Paris City Council to make • Place Vendôme significant changes to the area in the long run. Linking NEARBY GAMES VENUES • Tuileries gardens the most beautiful avenue in the world – the Champs- CYCLING BASKETBALL • Invalides POST-2024 LEGACY Élysées – to the Tuileries Gardens, La Concorde will • Grand Palais showcase spectacular, dynamic and modern sports Discipline: BMX freestyle Discipline: basketball 3x3 • Pont d’Iéna The stadium is a temporary against a backdrop of Parisian heritage. The largest 2 events: 1 / 1 2 events: 1 / 1 • Champ-de-Mars Arena structure that will be taken down square in Paris will see four sports – as well as a • Eiffel Tower Stadium after the Games. number of activities and shows – take centre stage Park / 8-team / • Pont Alexandre III during the Olympic Games: skateboarding, BMX tournaments freestyle, 3x3 basketball and, for the first time, the CAPACITY long-awaited discipline, breaking. Spectators, athletes Skateboarding park: and viewers will be able to enjoy exceptional images and an experience that lives up to their expectations of 7,300 T the world’s largest sporting event. Just a stone’s throw E away from a number of other iconic competition E Skateboarding street: H venues, such as the Champ-de-Mars Arena and A S T the Invalides, La Concorde will be at the heart of 6,900 A S : D an authentic urban park surrounded by the many E monuments dotted around the city centre, making BMX freestyle: U N Games history. E 5,100 C V I P M Y Basketball 3 x 3 and Breaking: L A R A 5,500 D P N C A I P M Y L O women men mixed 30

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              4 2 0 S 2 I PRACTICAL INFO R A MARSEILLE MARINA P LOCATION Life naturally revolves around the sea in OLYMPIC GAMES Marseille - the Roucas Blanc water sports Marseille, with the Mediterranean on its centre, 5 km south of city centre doorstep and optimal sailing conditions. SAILING GETTING THERE A combination of factors – the quality of the sailing • Train (3 hours and 10 minutes area, a relatively constant wind, the orientation of 10 events: 4 /4 / 2 from Paris) the coastline relative to prevailing winds, as well as • Bus the absence of tides and currents – guarantees ideal Windsurfer – iQFoil / tactical and strategic conditions for the competitors. One Person Dinghy – Laser NEARBY GAMES VENUE The prime location of this existing venue will One Person Dinghy – Laser radial • Marseille Stadium enable thousands of spectators to watch the action. Marseille – recognised internationally for its expertise Skiff – 49er CAPACITY in organising and hosting water sports events – and Skiff – 49er FX its marina are an ideal venue for the Paris 2024 Formula kite - Kitesurf / 12,262 sailing competitions. The Roucas Blanc marina – the 2,262 seated and 10,000 standing starting point for the boats – will be adapted for the Mixed Multihull - Nacra 17 Foiling Games to ensure it can accommodate such a large- Mixed Two Person Dinghy - 470 scale competition. The programme involves building NEARBY TOURIST ATTRACTIONS around 7,000 m² of structures and reorganising • In Marseille itself: 17,000 m² of outdoor spaces, as well as redeveloping • Old Port the Roucas Blanc basin, guaranteeing an outstanding • Château d’If island fortress competition venue. • Basilica of Notre-Dame de la Garde T • Museum of European and Mediterranean E E H Civilisations A S • Calanques National Park T A • Provence S : D • Nearby coastlines E U N E C V POST-2024 LEGACY I P The Roucas Blanc water sports centre, which will M Y have been reconfigured both before and after L A the Games, will provide ideal training conditions R A for the athletes in Marseille’s advanced D P N development centre for sailors, as well as an C A extended range of services for people to get into I P and excel in water sports. M Y L O women men mixed 31

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              4 2 0 S 2 I PRACTICAL INFO R A PARC DES PRINCES P LOCATION The Parc des Princes is a stadium OLYMPIC GAMES 11 KM from the Olympic and Paralympic synonymous with French sport, particularly th arr. football. It hosted major national and Village, Paris, 16 international competitions until the Stade FOOTBALL de France opened in 1998 and is the home GETTING THERE ground of Paris Saint-Germain. 2 events: 1 / 1 • Bus 16-team tournament • Metro lines 9 and 10 The stadium is located in the 16th arrondissement • Vélib’ public bike stations of Paris, just beside the Roland-Garros stadium 12-team tournament (where the tennis, boxing, wheelchair tennis and NEARBY GAMES VENUES sitting volleyball competitions will take place) and • Roland-Garros Stadium the Jean Bouin stadium. Open since 1972, it was • South Paris Arena 1, 4 and 6 designed by Roger Taillibert, the architect behind • Eiffel Tower Stadium Montreal’s Olympic Stadium. Its unique design • Champ-de-Mars Arena ensures spectators enjoy a clear view of the action from their seats, which are all within 45 m of the CAPACITY pitch. The Parc des Princes was the first European stadium with lighting systems in its ring-shaped 47,900 cantilevered roof, providing unobstructed views. It is renowned for its unparalleled acoustics and NEARBY TOURIST ATTRACTIONS distinctive concrete shell. The stadium has evolved over time, adapting as standards changed over the • Champ-de-Mars T past 40 years. The latest phase of renovation work – • Eiffel Tower E E finished in 2015, just in time for Euro 2016 – involved • Bois de Boulogne park H A S creating a number of hospitality lounges, adding in • Jardin d’Acclimatation T A two new rows of seating closer to the pitch, replacing amusement park S : D 47,000 seats, installing a new-generation grass pitch • Louis Vuitton Foundation E U and refurbishing all player and spectator facilities for N E an enhanced experience. Located at Porte de Saint POST-2024 LEGACY C V I Cloud, the Parc des Princes is easy to reach from the The Parc des Princes, home to football club Paris P M ring road around Paris or on public transport (Metro Y Saint-Germain, will continue to host sporting L A and bus lines). and cultural events. R A D P N C A I P M Y L O women men mixed 33

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              4 2 0 S 2 I PRACTICAL INFO R A PONT ALEXANDRE III P LOCATION The Pont Alexandre III will play a major part OLYMPIC GAMES PARALYMPIC 6 KM from the Olympic and Paralympic in the ‘Paris centre’ arrangements during the th th Olympic and Paralympic Games Paris 2024. GAMES Village, between the 7 and 8 arrondissements The bridge, which links two competition CYCLING of Paris. venues – Les Invalides and the Grand Palais PARA TRIATHLON – will, itself, host the triathlon, the cycling Discipline: road GETTING THERE time trial (serving as the finish line) and the 2 events: 1 / 1 Information to be determined • Bus marathon swimming. Individual Time Trial / • Metro, lines 8 and 13 • RER C The site, on which temporary infrastructure will be • Vélib’ public bike stations built, played a major role in 2017, when Paris’ bid to host the Games was still ongoing. For Olympic Day NEARBY GAMES VENUES on 23 June 2017, a diving board was built on the • La Concorde bridge, and a floating running track was installed TRIATHLON • Les Invalides along the Seine beside it. • Grand Palais Pont Alexandre III is no stranger to large events, 3 events: 1 / 1 / 1 • Pont d’Iéna given that it was opened to mark the Paris Exposition Individual / • Champ-de-Mars Arena in 1900. The bridge was designed to symbolise • Eiffel Tower friendship between Russia and France, established Mixed relay by the 1891 signing of the alliance between Emperor CAPACITY Alexander III of Russia and President of the French Marathon Swimming, Triathlon, Republic Sadi Carnot. It was built under the Para Triathlon : T supervision of engineers Jean Résal and Amédée AQUATICS E Alby, and the architects Cassien-Bernard and Gaston E H Cousin. The 45m-wide metal bridge is a single arch, 1,000 A S Discipline : marathon swimming T 107m long, including three joints, which allows it A S : D to cross the Seine with no additional supports. In 2 events: 1 / 1 NEARBY TOURIST ATTRACTIONS E and of itself, it is a veritable tourist attraction, which U 10 km swimming / • Place de la Concorde N E will offer Olympic spectators a breathtaking view of C V the sporting events, and some of the most beautiful • Champs-Élysées I • Grand Palais P monuments of Paris. M Y • Hôtel des Invalides L A • Eiffel Tower R A D P N POST-2024 LEGACY C A I After the Games, no trace will remain on the P M site, as all infrastructure built on the bridge Y L O for the Olympic and Paralympic Games will be women men mixed temporary. 35

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              4 2 0 S 2 I PRACTICAL INFO R A PONT D’IÉNA P LOCATION At the foot of the Eiffel Tower, the OLYMPIC GAMES 7 KM from the Olympic and Paralympic Pont d’Iéna offers an exceptional view for Village, Paris, 7th arr. the road cycling and the athletics (20km race walk). ATHLETICS GETTING THERE It will be part of a broader area where the Games Discipline: walk • Bus take place. That includes the competition venues of 2 events: 1 / 1 • Métro lines 6, 8 and 9 the Grand Palais, the Pont Alexandre III, the Stade • RER line C tour Eiffel and the Arena Champ-de-Mars, but also 20 km Race Walk / • Vélib’ public bike stations the nearby Trocadéro, where the Live des Jeux experience is based. For the occasion, the Pont NEARBY GAMES VENUES d’Iéna will be completely decked out in temporary CYCLING • Eiffel Tower Stadium installations, allowing the best possible conditions • Invalides for the viewing public, but also a unique experience Discipline: road • Champ-de-Mars Arena for the athletes taking part in the race walk and • Grand Palais the cycling road race. 155m long and 35m wide, 2 events: 1 / 1 the Pont d’Iéna was built between 1808 and 1814 Road Race / by engineer Francois Laurent Lamandé. It is one of CAPACITY Paris’ 37 bridges spanning the Seine. It was the first bridge to be built in the wake of Napoleon I’s victory 3,349 at Jena in 1806. The structure is made up of five 28m semicircular arches and four mid-span piers. The NEARBY TOURIST ATTRACTIONS T bridge links Quai Branly, the Champ-de-Mars and • Eiffel Tower E the Eiffel Tower on the left bank to the Trocadéro E • Trocadéro area H Gardens on the right. A S • Hôtel des Invalides T A • Grand Palais S : D • Champs-Élysées E U N E C V POST-2024 LEGACY I P The stadium is a temporary structure that will be M Y taken down after the Games. L A R A D P N C A I P M Y L O women men mixed 37

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              4 2 0 S 2 I LE BOURGET PRACTICAL INFO R A P SPORT CLIMBING VENUE LOCATION 7 KM from the Olympic and Paralympic Village, Le Bourget (93) A direct legacy of the Games, Le Bourget OLYMPIC GAMES Sport Climbing Venue will be one of two GETTING THERE sports facilities built specifically for the • Bus Games, the other being the Aquatics Centre SPORT CLIMBING • RER line B in Saint-Denis. 4 events: 2 / 2 NEARBY GAMES VENUES Looking beyond the Games, the two facilities are Bouldering & Lead Combined something Seine-Saint-Denis – a department with / • La Courneuve Shooting Range rd out of 105 – • Porte de la Chapelle Arena a lack of sports facilities, ranking 103 Speed / both needs and expects. Five climbing walls will be • Stade de France used during the Games: one indoor warm-up wall in • Aquatics Centre a purpose built sports hall (part of the lasting legacy of the Games) and four outdoor walls, including CAPACITY three competition walls (for the two events on the programme, i.e. speed and the combined boulder 6,000 and lead event) and one warm-up wall. The facility 3,000 seated and 3,000 standing will be at the heart of a Games cluster just a stone’s throw away from the media village in Dugny and La Courneuve Shooting Range, and relatively near the POST-2024 LEGACY Stade de France and the Aquatics Centre 5 km away. The indoor climbing wall built in Le Bourget for T After the Games, the temporary climbing walls – the Games will be left behind for local residents, E E schools, associations and clubs to use on a daily H just like the temporary pools and the urban sports A S structures at Place de Concorde – could be moved basis. T A to other locations that have yet to be decided, S : D benefitting local residents, clubs and associations. E U N E C V I P M Y L A R A D P N C A I P M Y L O women men mixed 38

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              4 2 0 S 2 I SAINT-QUENTIN-EN-YVELINES PRACTICAL INFO R A P BMX STADIUM LOCATION 26 KM from the Olympic and Paralympic Village, Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines (78) For the Paris 2024 Games, the BMX racing OLYMPIC GAMES events will take place in Saint-Quentin-en- GETTING THERE Yvelines at the heart of a cycling hub near • Bus Élancourt Hill, where the mountain bike CYCLING competitions will take place. • RER line C Discipline: BMX Racing • Transilien train lines N and U Located right beside the Vélodrome National, which 2 events: 1 / 1 will host the track cycling events, the Saint-Quentin- NEARBY GAMES VENUES en-Yvelines BMX Stadium is fully covered – a rare Race / • Golf National feature at such venues. The 400 m track regularly • Élancourt Hill hosts UCI BMX Supercross World Cup events. It will • Château de Versailles be redesigned specifically for the Games to bring • Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines Velodrome the sport to new spectacular heights. Just like the velodrome, the BMX stadium is a legacy of Paris’ bid CAPACITY for the 2012 Games. All these world class facilities (available to people of all sporting abilities) and 2,650 the dozens of kilometres of cycling lanes and paths 2,450 seated and 200 standing (forming a network of bike-friendly routes after the Games) will cement Yvelines’ status as a cycling hotspot. NEARBY TOURIST ATTRACTION T • Château de Versailles E E H A S T POST-2024 LEGACY A S : D The existing track and infrastructure will be E adapted to meet Olympic standards, improving U N E the spectator experience after the Games. C V I P M Y L A R A D P N C A I P M Y L O women men mixed 40

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              4 2 0 S 2 I PRACTICAL INFO R A P BORDEAUX STADIUM LOCATION Bordeaux, a city built on the banks of the OLYMPIC GAMES Bordeaux-Lac, which is easy to reach via the River Garonne at the heart of the Gironde region’s motorways and major roads, from department in the Nouvelle-Aquitaine Bordeaux-Mérignac airport (a 15 km drive away), region, is recognised internationally as the FOOTBALL and from Bordeaux city centre and Saint Jean wine capital of the world. train station (tramlines B and C) The new millennium marked a turning point for the 2 events: 1 / 1 GETTING THERE city and the surrounding area, which underwent 16-team tournament • Train (2 hours and 10 minutes extensive renovation work focusing on pedestrian 12-team tournament from Paris) streets, restoring neoclassical architecture and • Tramlines B and C developing innovative public transport solutions. In 2007, a historic area covering almost half of Bordeaux CAPACITY city centre was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, becoming the largest urban site on the list. 42,115 Open since 2015, Bordeaux stadium was built to host UEFA Euro 2016 matches and designed by the architecture firm behind the Beijing National NEARBY TOURIST ATTRACTIONS Stadium, Herzog & de Meuron. The spectacularly • In Bordeaux itself: designed and effectively modular stadium boasts • Cité du Vin cultural centre fully covered stands in which up to 42,000 spectators • Place des Quinconces can enjoy a unique stadium experience. Blending in • Saint-André cathedral nicely with the 30 ha Parc Floral and 50 ha Bois de • Place de la Bourse T Bordeaux nearby, the venue can be held up as an • The Bordeaux wine-growing region E inspiring example in terms of sustainability, featuring E • Arcachon Bay H 700 m² of solar panels on the roof and a rainwater A S • Pilat sand dune T recycling system for irrigation purposes. A • Beaches in the Landes department S : D E U POST-2024 LEGACY N E Bordeaux stadium, the home ground of iconic C V I French football club FC Girondins de Bordeaux, P M will continue to host sporting and cultural Y L A events. R A D P N C A I P M Y L O women men mixed 42

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              4 2 0 S 2 I PRACTICAL INFO R A STADE DE FRANCE P LOCATION The Stade de France – the Olympic Stadium OLYMPIC GAMES 1,5 KM from the Olympic and Paralympic for the Paris 2024 Games – is the largest Village, Saint-Denis (93) stadium in France. Since it opened in 1998, ATHLETICS RUGBY it has been the focal point of all major national and international sporting events 43 events: 21 / 21 / 1 2 events: 1 / 1 GETTING THERE held in France. • Metro lines 13 and 14 100 m / 12-team tournament / • RER lines B and D Located in Saint-Denis, just outside Paris, the 200 m / • Tramlines T1 and T8 stadium was designed by a team of architects – • Vélib’ public bike stations Macary, Zublena, Regembal and Costantini – 400 m / • Bus to be used as the main stadium for the 1998 FIFA 800 m / World Cup. Covering 17 ha, this 320 m long, 1 500 m / NEARBY GAMES VENUES 280 m wide, 35 m high modular stadium, which • Olympic and Paralympic Village boasts 18 electronic entrance gates and can 5 000 m / accommodate up to 80,000 spectators, is the largest 10 000 m / PARALYMPIC • Aquatics Centre of its kind in the world. The retractable lower-tier GAMES • La Courneuve Shooting Range seating can be moved to reveal the permanent 400 m hurdles / • Porte de la Chapelle Arena athletics track. 3000 m steeplechase / • Le Bourget Sport Climbing Venue The stadium’s elliptical roof fully covers the stands. 4x100 m relay / PARA ATHLETICS The 8,000 m² sand-and-soil pitch harnesses CAPACITY advanced hybrid grass technology, guaranteeing 4x400 m relay / / Information to be determined excellent drainage and water retention capacities. High jump / 77,083 T The Stade de France has an annex stadium that Pole Vault / E can be used for warm-ups and practice sessions. E Long Jump / NEARBY TOURIST ATTRACTIONS H It is connected to the stadium via an underground A S • Sacré-Cœur Basilica (Paris) T walkway. Triple Jump / A • Montmartre area (Paris) S : D As well as hosting major sporting events – like the Shot Put / • Saint-Denis Basilica E U 1998 FIFA World Cup, the 2003 IAAF World Athletics Hammer Throw / • Saint-Ouen flea market N E Championships, the 2007 Rugby World Cup, the C V Discus Throw / I 2016 UEFA European Football Championship and POST-2024 LEGACY P M the upcoming 2023 Rugby World Cup – the Stade Javelin Throw / Y The Stade de France, which will have L A de France is home to the French football and rugby Decathlon R undergone development and modernisation A teams and hosts concerts by top name artists from D P France and around the world, as well as important Heptathlon work for the Games, will continue to host N major international sporting competitions, as C A football and rugby finals every year. 110 m hurdles I well as cultural events and concerts. P 100 m hurdles M Y L O women men mixed 43

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              4 2 0 S 2 I PRACTICAL INFO R A LYON STADIUM P LOCATION Renowned as a gateway to the French OLYMPIC GAMES Décines-Charpieu, 18 km east of Lyon Alps, Lyon is the capital of the Auvergne city centre Rhône Alpes region and France’s third most populous city. FOOTBALL GETTING THERE Sitting at an important geographical crossroads in • Train (2 hours from Paris) 2 events: 1 / 1 • Tramlines T3 or T7 Europe, the city is well known for its historical and 16-team tournament architectural monuments, features on the UNESCO CAPACITY World Heritage List and was named the culinary 12-team tournament th capital of France and the world at the end of the 20 59,186 century. From an economic perspective, Lyon and the surrounding area form an attractive, dynamic hub that is easy to reach from anywhere in Europe, NEARBY GAMES VENUE capitalising on acclaimed research centres and the • Saint-Étienne Stadium prosperity created by a number of IT companies. Designed by the architectural design firm Populous, NEARBY TOURIST ATTRACTIONS Lyon stadium was inaugurated in January 2016, • In Lyon itself: a few months before the UEFA European Football • Place Bellecour Championship kicked off in France. This outstanding • Parc de la Tête d’Or multipurpose 60,000-seater complex – the third • Basilica of Notre Dame largest French stadium by capacity – boasts a de Fourvière technologically advanced pitch, ample space • Confluences museum T for athletes to prepare, media facilities, hotels, • Lugdunum museum E food outlets, as well as exhibition areas spanning E • Museum and archeological site in Saint- H over 8,000 m². The stadium has a moderate A S Romain-en-Gal T environmental impact, with solar panels installed on A • The French Alps S : D the roof, a natural ventilation system and a rainwater E recycling system. U N POST-2024 LEGACY E C V Lyon stadium, the home ground of iconic French I P football club Olympique Lyonnais, will continue M Y L to host sporting and cultural events. A R A D P N C A I P M Y L O women men mixed 45

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              4 2 0 S 2 I PRACTICAL INFO R A MARSEILLE STADIUM P LOCATION A cosmopolitan, multicultural city on the OLYMPIC GAMES Marseille, 4 km south of city centre Mediterranean coast, Marseille – the capital of the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur region GETTING THERE and the Bouches-du-Rhône department – is FOOTBALL • Train (3 hours and 10 minutes an important port for trade and travel. from Paris) 2 events: 1 / 1 • Bus The second most populous city in France, Marseille 16-team tournament • Metro line M2 was named the 2013 European Capital of Culture, as well as the 2017 European Capital of Sport in 12-team tournament CAPACITY recognition of its commitment to promoting the role of sport in improving quality of life, physical and 67,394 mental health and social cohesion. Built in 1937, Marseille stadium, the home ground of French football club Olympique de Marseille, NEARBY GAMES VENUE has already hosted major international matches • Marseille Marina – including the FIFA World Cup in 1938 and 1998, as well as Euro 1984 and 2016 – and will host NEARBY TOURIST ATTRACTIONS the 2023 Rugby World Cup. When the venue • In Marseille itself: was last renovated in 2014 by architectural firm • Old Port SCAU, it became a model for ultra-connected, • Château d’If island fortress environmentally responsible stadiums. Offering • Basilica of Notre-Dame de la Garde stadium-wide HD Wi Fi coverage, the 67,000-seater • Museum of European and Mediterranean T stadium minimises its environmental impact by Civilisations E innovatively recovering heat from a nearby water E H treatment plant to meet its heating and cooling • Calanques National Park A S • Provence T needs all year round, as well as harnessing a A • Nearby coastlines S : D rainwater reuse system. Marseille stadium was the E first French stadium to have obtained ISO 20121 U N POST-2024 LEGACY E certification. C V Marseille stadium, the home ground of historic I P French football club Olympique de Marseille, will M Y L continue to host sporting and cultural events. A R A D P N C A I P M Y L O women men mixed 47

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              4 2 0 S 2 I PRACTICAL INFO R A NANTES STADIUM P LOCATION Nantes is located in the west of France, OLYMPIC GAMES Nantes, 5 km north of city centre at the heart of the Loire-Atlantique department in the Pays de la Loire region. GETTING THERE FOOTBALL • Train (2 hours from Paris) It is the sixth largest city in France, with around • Bus 900,000 people living in the Greater Nantes area, 2 events: 1 / 1 • Tramline 1 which is considered to be a good place to live, 16-team tournament boasting a large innovation hub. Nantes was named CAPACITY European Green Capital 2013 for its commitment 12-team tournament to combating climate change and safeguarding 37,473 biodiversity. Stade de la Beaujoire is the main stadium in the city. Designed by architect Berdje Agopyan, it was built for the 1984 UEFA European NEARBY TOURIST ATTRACTIONS Football Championship, which was held in France. • In Nantes itself: It has been upgraded regularly to ensure it meets the • The Cathedral of Saint-Pierre latest standards in terms of security and comfort for and Saint-Paul the benefit of athletes, spectators and the media. • Les Machines de l’Île artistic project The stadium has a distinctive roof that covers the • Château des Ducs de Bretagne stands fully and a unique atmosphere created by the • Jardin des Plantes local football fans that come to watch resident club • La Baule-Escoublac FC Nantes play. • The Atlantic Coast T POST-2024 LEGACY E E Nantes stadium, the home ground of historic H A S French football club FC Nantes, will continue to T A host sporting and cultural events. S : D E U N E C V I P M Y L A R A D P N C A I P M Y L O women men mixed 48

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              4 2 0 S 2 I PRACTICAL INFO R A NICE STADIUM P LOCATION With the Mediterranean on its doorstep, OLYMPIC GAMES Nice, 10 km north-east of city centre Nice – the capital of the Alpes-Maritimes department – is considered to be one of GETTING THERE France’s most attractive cities. FOOTBALL • Plane (1 hour and 10 minutes from Paris) • Bus line 95 A real economic, cultural and architectural 2 events: 1 / 1 • Tramline 3 revolution has transformed the city and the 16-team tournament surrounding area in recent years. This youthful, CAPACITY creative, dynamic and cosmopolitan city – the 12-team tournament second largest in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur 35,624 region – is brimming with innovation reminiscent of major European capitals. Nice stadium is the city’s main sports venue. It NEARBY TOURIST ATTRACTIONS was built in 2013 to the highest performance • In Nice itself: standards, with its sustainable infrastructure • Promenade des Anglais seafront benefitting from eco-design principles. This • Marc Chagall national Museum jewel in the city’s architectural crown was • Matisse Museum designed to be a multipurpose complex that • Castle of Nice could accommodate football and rugby matches, • The French Riviera cultural events and large concerts. The stadium • Nice’s hinterland puts its 10,000 m² of exhibition areas to good • The Principality of Monaco use, hosting 150 events each year. It also houses T the French national sports museum, which POST-2024 LEGACY E attracts 70,000 visitors annually. Nice stadium E Nice stadium, the home ground of French H can be held up as an inspiring example in terms A S football club OGC Nice, will continue to host T of sustainable development, boasting 7,000 m² A sporting and cultural events. S : D of roof solar panels generating over 1.5 MWh of E energy annually, a wood and steel structure, a U N E rainwater collection and reuse system, as well as C V a rigorous waste sorting plan implemented for all I P major events. M Y L A R A D P N C A I P M Y L O women men mixed 50

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              4 2 0 S 2 I PRACTICAL INFO R A SAINT-ÉTIENNE STADIUM P LOCATION Saint-Étienne, a city in the Auvergne- OLYMPIC GAMES Saint-Étienne, 4 km north of city centre Rhône-Alpes region, is the French design capital and the only French city to be GETTING THERE included in the UNESCO Creative Cities FOOTBALL • Train (3 hours from Paris) Network for design. • Bus lines 8, 9 or S9 2 events: 1 / 1 • Tramlines T1 or T2 These achievements are a nod not only to the 16-team tournament economic and industrial past of a city at its CAPACITY innovative best for over two centuries, but also – 12-team tournament and more importantly – to the momentum that 41,965 is currently building in the Greater Saint-Étienne area, where 400,000 people live. An international event takes place every two years to showcase this NEARBY GAMES VENUE momentum, comprising of exhibitions, workshops • Lyon Stadium and colloquia and fostering a creative economy. Saint-Étienne was awarded the City of Art and NEARBY TOURIST ATTRACTIONS History label by the French Ministry of Culture and • In Saint-Étienne itself: Communication in 2000 and became a member of • Cité du Design UNESCO’s International Coalition of Inclusive and • Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art Sustainable Cities in 2019. • Corbusier site Geoffroy Guichard stadium – named after its • Saint-Étienne mining Museum founder, a well-known local entrepreneur – is • Musée des Verts sports Museum T a mythical French sports venue that is home to • The Gorges de la Loire natural reserve E E legendary club AS Saint-Étienne. Built in 1931, the • The Pilat Regional Natural Park H A S stadium – nicknamed the “Cauldron” – has been T A renovated several times. The most recent work, POST-2024 LEGACY S : D delivered in early 2016, brought its capacity up to E Saint-Étienne stadium, the mythical home U 42,000 while maintaining the original architectural N ground of legendary French football club AS E characteristics of an “English-style” stadium. C V Saint-Étienne, will continue to host sporting and I Access to the stadium was also improved as part P cultural events. M of the work, which was rounded off by a new tram Y L A connection in 2019. The stadium also houses the R A Musée des Verts, a museum exploring the history D P of the AS Saint-Étienne football team. In 2007, it N C A became the first French stadium to install solar I P panels on its roof. M Y L O women men mixed 52

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              4 2 0 S 2 I VAIRES-SUR-MARNE PRACTICAL INFO R A P NAUTICAL STADIUM LOCATION 24 KM from the Olympic The Vaires-Torcy outdoor leisure park encapsulates the OLYMPIC GAMES and Paralympic Village, Greater Paris regional authorities’ desire to equip the region Vaires - Torcy (77) with infrastructure that can host top international sports competitions. CANOE-KAYAK ROWING GETTING THERE The leisure park offered state- the three Olympic and Paralympic • RER lines A and E Discipline: sprint 14 events: 7 / 7 • Transilien train line P, then bus of-the art facilities even before canoe/kayak events – slalom, 10 events: 5 / 5 the Île-de- France Water Sports sprint and para canoe – as well as Single Sculls / Centre opened, hosting the rowing. K-1 / Kayak Single – 1 000 m Pair / CAPACITY 1991 ICF Canoe Sprint World One of the major advantages of K-1 / Kayak Single – 500 m Double Sculls / Canoe, kayak sprint and rowing: Championships, Canoe World the centre is that it was designed K-2 / Kayak Double – 500 m / Four Cup events in 1992 and 1996 and, with the people who could use it / 24,000 more recently, Gay Games events before and after the 2024 Games K-4 / Kayak Four – 500 m / Quadruple Sculls / 14,000 seated and 10,000 standing and the France Elite Canoe/Kayak in mind and meets elite athletes’ C-1 / Canoe Single – 1 000 m Eight / Slalom Championships in 2018. rigorous standards. Boasting a C-1 / Canoe Single – 200 m Lightweight Double Sculls Canoe and kayak slalom (White Water) The leisure park was extensively landscaped river section as well / & para canoe: renovated recently. The work as a training river for people to C-2 / Canoe Double – 1 000 m involved building a white water learn how to canoe, kayak, raft or C-2 / Canoe Double – 500 m 12,000 centre with a 250 m slalom swim in white water, along with a course, modernising the 2,200 range of other new activities open PARALYMPIC Para rowing: T m rowing and sprint course, to all (including fitness, sailing Discipline: slalom E as well as building related and standup paddleboarding), GAMES E 6 events: 3 / 3 14,000 H infrastructure, a media centre and the new centre can benefit and A S K-1 / Kayak / T accommodation for athletes and is accessible to everyone, even PARA CANOE A C-1 / Canoe Single visitors. people not currently involved / Information to be determined NEARBY TOURIST ATTRACTIONS S : D E Open since June 2019, the new in sport, attracting over 500,000 Extreme Canoe Slalom / • Disneyland Paris theme park U N visitors each year. • Torcy outdoor activities centre E Île-de-France Water Sports Centre PARA ROWING C V will be the venue of choice for the Information to be determined • Former Menier chocolate factory I P canoe/kayak and rowing events M Y L at the Paris 2024 Olympic and POST-2024 LEGACY A R A Paralympic Games. It is one of The Water Sports Centre located at the Vaires-Torcy D P the only three centres worldwide outdoor leisure park offers top-class facilities for N C A – the other two being in Beijing water-based activities and sports, catering for I P and Sydney – that bring together amateurs and elite athletes alike. After the Games, M Y L the Water Sports Centre will also bring together O water sports representative bodies. women men mixed 54

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              4 2 0 S 2 I PRACTICAL INFO R A PIERRE MAUROY STADIUM P LOCATION Home to almost 1.2 million people, 36% OLYMPIC GAMES Villeneuve d’Ascq, 6 km east of whom are under 25, Greater Lille is the of Lille city centre fourth largest urban area in France after Paris, Lyon and Marseille. HANDBALL GETTING THERE Lille, a youthful, dynamic city in the Hauts-de-France • Train (1 hour from Paris) 2 events: 1 / 1 • Metro lines 1 or 2 region, is emerging as a prime destination for culture 12-team tournaments • Bus line 18 and tourism, confirming its position as a key travel / and trade hub in Europe. Open since 2012, the CAPACITY spectacularly designed Pierre Mauroy stadium is a cutting-edge sports facility that can easily adapt to a 27,000 wide range of uses. The stadium has hosted a variety of international events down through the years, including the Davis Cup finals in 2014 and 2018, NEARBY TOURIST ATTRACTIONS EuroBasket 2015, the 2017 IHF World Men’s Handball • In Lille itself: Championship, the 2016 UEFA European Football • Lille Museum of Modern, Contemporary Championship, as well as concerts. and Outsider Art The stands can hold 50,000 spectators for football • Parc du Héron and rugby matches. It takes less than 30 minutes to • The Citadel fully open and close the stadium’s retractable roof • Palais des Beaux-Arts museum for indoor events. Half of the pitch can be raised and • Grand’Place slid over the other half using a network of hydraulic • Lille Old Stock exchange T lifts and large tracks to uncover a smaller arena • Vieux-Lille area E below with a capacity of 30,000. Building on the E H success and excitement of the 2017 IHF World Men’s A S POST-2024 LEGACY T Handball Championship, with a record breaking A The Pierre Mauroy stadium, the home ground of S : D 28,000 spectators in attendance at the quarter-final iconic French football club LOSC, will continue to E between France and Sweden, the stadium will shine U host sporting and cultural events. N E a spotlight on world-class handball once again at the C V Paris 2024 Olympic Games. I P M Y L A R A D P N C A I P M Y L O women men mixed 56

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              4 2 0 S 2 I PRACTICAL INFO R A P ROLAND-GARROS STADIUM LOCATION NEARBY TOURIST ATTRACTIONS The Roland-Garros stadium is an iconic OLYMPIC GAMES PARALYMPIC 10 KM • Eiffel Tower th international tennis venue in the 16 GAMES from the Olympic and • Invalides arrondissement of Paris. TENNIS Paralympic Village, • Bois de Boulogne park • Louis Vuitton Foundation th arr. Located on the edge of the Bois de Boulogne park, WHEELCHAIR TENNIS Paris, 16 • Jardin d’acclimatation it is just a stone’s throw away from the Parc des 5 events: 2 / 2 / 1 Information to be determined amusement park Princes, where some of the football events will be Singles / GETTING THERE held during the Games. Named after French aviator Doubles / • Bus POST-2024 LEGACY Roland Garros, the stadium was built in 1928 to host SITTING VOLLEYBALL • Metro lines 9 and 10 The Roland-Garros stadium, France’s Davis Cup in a venue worthy of the French Mixed Doubles Information to be determined • Vélib’ public bike stations home to the annual French athletes’ exploits. The stadium has also hosted Open tennis tournament, will one of the four Grand Slam tennis tournaments – NEARBY GAMES VENUES continue to host sporting and the French Open, organised by the French Tennis BOXING • Parc des Princes cultural events. Federation – every year since its opening. • South Paris Arena 1, 4 and 6 Covering 12 ha and featuring 18 clay courts, the • Eiffel Tower Stadium stadium has been extended and upgraded several 13 events: 6 / 7 • Pont d’Iéna times over the years to compete with the other - 50 kg Grand Slam venues. It was last upgraded between - 54 kg CAPACITY 2015 and 2021 – the most extensive renovations to Tennis and wheelchair tennis: date – as part of a six-year project that completed - 57 kg its transformation. The work involved rebuilding - 60 kg 28,229 the Philippe Chatrier court (the 15,000-seater centre - 66 kg Philippe-Chatrier Court: 14,962 T court now has a state-of-the-art retractable roof Simone-Mathieu Court: 5,289 E comprising eleven 300-ton trusses, which can be - 75 kg E Outside courts: 7,978 (Tennis) / H opened or closed in 15 minutes) and building the A S - 51 kg 7,602 (Wheelchair Tennis) T Simonne Mathieu court (a 5,000-seater court in the A - 57 kg S : D Serres d’Auteuil botanical garden). Boxing and Sitting volleyball - E - 63,5 kg U The Roland Garros stadium, a key Paris 2024 venue, Suzanne-Lenglen Court: N E will host a total of four sports: tennis and boxing - 71 kg C V I during the Olympic Games (fun historical fact: the - 80 kg 9,829 P M stadium already hosted major boxing matches back Y L - 92 kg A in the 1970s) and wheelchair tennis and sitting R A volleyball during the Paralympic Games. + 92 kg D P N C A I P M Y L O women men mixed 58

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              4 2 0 S 2 I PRACTICAL INFO R A EIFFEL TOWER STADIUM P LOCATION Champ de Mars in Paris is an iconic location OLYMPIC GAMES PARALYMPIC 8 KM from the Olympic and Paralympic for national events and celebrations. GAMES Village, Paris, 7th arr. Extending from the Eiffel Tower to the École Militaire, this large public urban park at the VOLLEYBALL th GETTING THERE heart of the capital’s 7 arrondissement BLIND FOOTBALL boasts exceptional surroundings. Discipline: beach volleyball • Metro lines 6, 8 and 10 2 events: 1 / 1 Information to be determined • RER line C th th Over the course of the 18 and 20 centuries, the • Vélib’ public bike stations area known as the plain of Grenelle gradually 24-team tournaments / • Bus transformed into the 24 ha park we know today. Champ de Mars is a popular choice among locals NEARBY GAMES VENUES and tourists to go for a walk, exercise, play • Champ-de-Mars Arena music or simply meet up with people. It features • Pont d’Iéna a large 800 m long grass strip flanked by trees • Grand Palais and landscaped areas and offers a clear view • Invalides of the Eiffel Tower, which lights up after dark. A • Pont Alexandre III temporary 12,000-seater stadium will be built in the middle of the park, near the “Bassins du Champ de Mars” fountain – just a stone’s throw CAPACITY away from competition venues such as the Champ-de-Mars Arena and the Pont d’Iéna – 12,860 against the dramatic backdrop of the most iconic T monument in Paris. NEARBY TOURIST ATTRACTIONS E Extensive redevelopment work will be carried E • Eiffel Tower H out on the other side of the Eiffel Tower from the A S • École Militaire T Pont d’Iéna to the Trocadéro area to create a long, A • Trocadéro area S : D nature-filled promenade for pedestrians. • Quai Branly-Jacques Chirac Museum E U • Rodin Museum N E • Hôtel des Invalides C V I P M Y POST-2024 LEGACY L A R The stadium is a temporary structure that will A D P be taken down after the Games. N C A I P M Y L O women men mixed 60

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              4 2 0 S 2 I PRACTICAL INFO R A YVES-DU-MANOIR STADIUM P LOCATION Owned by the Hauts-de-Seine department, the OLYMPIC GAMES 6 KM from the Olympic and Paralympic Yves-du-Manoir stadium – which was the main venue Village, Colombes (92) for the Paris 1924 Games – is one of the most iconic stadiums in French sporting history. HOCKEY GETTING THERE The stadium in Colombes, north-west of Paris, gets its name 2 events: 1 / 1 • Bus from French rugby player Yves du Manoir. Architect Louis Faure- 12-team tournaments / • Transilien train line J Dujarric transformed an existing facility into a stadium that • Vélib’ public bike stations would serve as the main venue for the 1924 Olympic Games and the capital’s main stadium until the Parc des Princes was built in NEARBY GAMES VENUES 1972. Designed to accommodate a range of sports, the Yves-du- • Paris La Défense Arena Manoir stadium hosted a number of national and international • Stade de France th competitions throughout the 20 century, including almost 250 • Aquatics Centre fixtures across a range of disciplines such as athletics, rugby, football and boxing. In 1972, boxers Jean-Claude Bouttier and Carlos Monzón vied for the title of world middleweight champion CAPACITY in front of a crowd of 40,000 at the stadium. The stadium, which 18,000 has been renovated regularly over the years, is due to undergo extensive upgrading works, benefitting people living in the Hauts-de-Seine department. It will host the field hockey events POST-2024 LEGACY during the Paris 2024 Games. The Hauts-de-Seine department has launched a After the Games, the French Hockey Federation will set up new project to renovate and upgrade the Yves- T its headquarters in the stadium. The venue will house the du-Manoir stadium, which involves building two E federation’s national training centre (including two artificial E new buildings as well as new sports facilities. H hockey pitches for competitions and training) in one of the two A S Upon completion, the stadium will offer local T new buildings, feature a permanent 1,000-seater stand, and A residents, associations, schools and universities S : D provide premises for the federation, the Île-de-France Hockey a wide range of sports facilities – suitable for E League, the Hauts-de-Seine Hockey Committee and, eventually, U football, rugby, athletics and field hockey – N E a resident club. Additionally, four football pitches and three and house the French Hockey Federation’s C V rugby pitches with floodlights, a second building for football and I headquarters and national training centre. P rugby, as well as a new athletics track will be built on the existing M Y L playing field. A R A D P N C A I P M Y L O women men mixed 62

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              4 2 0 S 2 I PRACTICAL INFO R A LA COURNEUVE SHOOTING RANGE P LOCATION The Paris 2024 shooting events will OLYMPIC GAMES PARALYMPIC 6 KM from the Olympic and Paralympic take place at the Terrain des Essences GAMES Village, La Courneuve (93) in La Courneuve in the Seine Saint-Denis department. SHOOTING PARA SHOOTING GETTING THERE Spanning 13 ha, the Terrain des Essences – a former 15 events: 6 / 6 / 3 • Bus fuel storage site owned by the French Ministry of 10 m Air Rifle Information to be determined • RER line B the Armed Forces that is now abandoned – needs / to be cleaned up, redeveloped and regenerated by 50 m Rifle 3 Positions / NEARBY GAMES VENUES 2024. The 15 Olympic shooting events, as well as 10 m Air Pistol / • Le Bourget Sport Climbing Venue the Paralympic shooting events (number of events 25 m Rapid Fire Pistol • Porte de la Chapelle Arena to be determined) will take place in temporary • Media Village facilities, namely two indoor competition halls and 25 m Pistol • Stade de France one outdoor facility. After the Games, the Terrain des Trap / • Aquatics Centre Essences will become a natural area connected to Skeet / the 417 ha Georges Valbon departmental park (which CAPACITY includes a 310 ha Natura 2000 site), with an entrance 10 m Air Rifle Mixed Team on avenue Waldeck Rochet, near the Dugny-La 10 m Air Pistol Mixed Team 6,875 Courneuve stop on tramline T11. Extending the park Skeet Mixed Team and creating new landscaped areas in La Courneuve – a strong environmental legacy of the Paris 2024 POST-2024 LEGACY Olympic and Paralympic Games – provides a The Terrain des Essences, a former fuel storage T unique opportunity to bring together habitats and area, now abandoned, will be cleaned up and E biodiversity while ensuring existing natural habitats E regenerated for the Games. After the Games, H continue to thrive. A S the 13 ha site will be connected to the Georges T A Valbon departmental park, the third largest in S : D the Greater Paris region. E U N E C V I P M Y L A R A D P N C A I P M Y L O women men mixed 64

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              4 2 0 S 2 I PRACTICAL INFO R A TEAHUPO’O P LOCATION Having made its Olympic debut at the Tokyo OLYMPIC GAMES Teahupo’o on the island of Tahiti, 75 km from Games, the surfing competition will take Papeete (the capital of French Polynesia) place in fitting surroundings. SURFING GETTING THERE Teahupo’o will put athletes to the Olympic test as • Taiarapu-Ouest, French Polynesia they put on a breathtaking show that will leave 2 events: 1 / 1 spectators and viewers speechless. Choosing a Shortboard / CAPACITY surfing hotspot like Tahiti – the birthplace of surfing – is sure to make for an exceptional competition. ≈ 1,000 Additionally, it provides an opportunity to involve France’s overseas departments and territories and people, on the beach the people who live there in the Olympic Games for the first time ever, as well as celebrate France’s rich, NEARBY TOURIST ATTRACTIONS diverse heritage. Tahiti has hosted international • Vaipori Cave surfing competitions for over 20 years. Its legendary • Vaipah water garden Teahupo’o wave is among the trickiest in the world • Belvedere of the plateau of Taravao and certainly one of the most spectacular at that • Harrison Smith botanical garden time of year. It is seen as the ultimate challenge by • Gauguin Museum accomplished surfers, some of whom – including • Mont Ronui Gabriel Medina, Kelly Slater, Jérémy Florès, Andy • Vaihiria Lake Irons and Mark Occhilupo – have had the honour • Té Pari Hiking Trail of conquering it. Teahupo’o was part the women’s • Marae T surfing circuit between 1999 and 2006, and the E circuit will soon return to the iconic site. E POST-2024 LEGACY H For the Games, Paris 2024 is committed to A S Beautiful surfing destination Teahupo’o will T respectfully enhancing the venue, which will help A continue to host the World Surf League’s S : D conserve the outstanding local environment. The Tahiti Pro Teahupo’o surf competition. Minor, E competition will adapt to the venue and its features U temporary adjustments made for the Games N E – not the other way around. The live sites will will not remain in place after the competition. C V give spectators a chance to enjoy the show while I P celebrating Polynesian culture, the Olympic spirit M Y L and the values championed by Paris 2024. A R A D P N C A I P M Y L O women men mixed 66

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              4 2 0 S 2 I SAINT-QUENTIN-EN-YVELINES PRACTICAL INFO R A P VELODROME LOCATION 26 KM from the Olympic and Paralympic Village, Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines (78) The Vélodrome National is located in Saint- OLYMPIC GAMES PARALYMPIC Quentin-en-Yvelines, 6 km away from the GAMES GETTING THERE Golf National, where the Olympic golf • Bus competitions will take place. CYCLING • RER line C It houses the headquarters of the French Cycling PARA CYCLING • Transilien train lines N and U Discipline: track Information to be determined Federation. Originally conceived as part of Paris’ bid 12 events: 6 / 6 to host the 2012 Games, the Vélodrome National NEARBY GAMES VENUES boasts an innovative Siberian pine track that is 250 Keirin / • Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines BMX Stadium m long by 8 m wide and has a gradient of 13° on Omnium / • Golf National the straights and 43.8° on the turns. The track was Team Pursuit / • Élancourt Hill designed by Ralph Schürmann, who also worked • Château de Versailles on the velodrome used for the 2008 Beijing Games. Sprint / This versatile, modular venue can accommodate a Team Sprint / CAPACITY range of activities, including sporting and cultural Madison / events. It was even used as a vaccination centre 4,900 during the Covid-19 pandemic, enabling people waiting to get their vaccine to watch the French team train for Tokyo. It regularly holds events and NEARBY TOURIST ATTRACTION training sessions for other sports disciplines, such • Château de Versailles T as badminton and combat sports, as well as fitness E E classes for the general public. H POST-2024 LEGACY A S The velodrome, which hosted the 2015 UCI T A Track Cycling World Championships as its S : D inaugural event, will continue to host major E U N national and international track cycling and BMX E C V competitions. I P M Y L A R A D P N C A I P M Y L O women men mixed 68

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              4 2 PARIS 2024 OLYMPIC COMPETITION SCHEDULE 0 S 2 I R BY SESSION A P Calendrier des compétitions par sessions des Jeux Olympiques de Paris 2024 Calendrier au 01/04/2022 Session avec médaille d'or AS OF 01/04/2022 REGLES ET CODE COULEUR Session avec médaille de bronze Gold medal session REGLES ET CODE COULEUR Note : This competition schedule by session is subject to changes until Note: This competition schedule by session is subject to changes until the conclusion of Paris Bronze medal session 2024 Olympic Games. the conclusion of Paris 2024 Olympic Games. July August COMPETITION VENUES SPORT / DISCIPLINE OR EVENT Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Mon Tues Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 -2 -1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 CEREMONIES PARIS CENTRE 10:00-14:00 09:00-13:00 09:00-13:00 09:00-13:00 09:00-12:00 09:00-12:00 09:00-12:00 09:00-12:00 09:00-11:00 09:00-11:00 16:00-19:00 15:00-18:00 15:00-18:00 15:00-18:00 15:00-18:00 15:00-18:00 15:00-18:00 16:00-19:00 13:00-15:00 13:00-15:00 Eiffel Tower Stadium BEACH VOLLEYBALL 17:00-19:00 17:00-19:00 17:00-19:00 17:00-19:00 17:00-19:00 21:00-00:00 20:00-23:00 20:00-23:00 20:00-23:00 20:00-23:00 20:00-23:00 20:00-23:00 21:00-00:00 21:00-23:00 21:00-23:00 21:00-23:00 21:00-23:00 21:00-23:00 21:00-00:00 21:00-00:00 10:00-14:00 10:00-14:00 10:00-14:00 10:00-14:00 10:00-14:00 10:00-14:00 10:00-14:00 08:00-14:00 JUDO 16:00-19:00 16:00-19:00 16:00-19:00 16:00-19:00 16:00-19:00 16:00-19:00 16:00-19:00 16:00-19:00 Champ de Mars Arena WRESTLING 15:00-17:00 11:00-13:30 11:00-13:30 11:00-13:30 11:00-13:30 11:00-13:30 11:00-14:30 21:00-22:00 18:15-22:00 18:15-22:00 18:15-22:00 18:15-22:00 18:15-22:00 FENCING 10:00-16:40 09:30-16:50 09:30-16:50 12:00-17:30 12:00-17:30 10:00-17:10 12:00-17:30 11:30-17:00 10:00-17:10 19:00-22:50 19:00-23:10 19:00-23:10 19:30-21:40 19:30-21:40 19:10-22:00 19:30-21:40 19:00-21:10 19:10-22:00 Grand Palais 09:00-12:30 09:00-12:30 09:00-12:30 09:00-12:30 TAEKWONDO 14:30-17:30 14:30-17:30 14:30-17:30 14:30-17:30 19:30-23:00 19:30-23:00 19:30-23:00 19:30-23:00 Invalides ARCHERY 09:30-12:30 09:30-11:05 09:30-11:05 12:00-15:55 12:00-15:55 09:30-13:25 09:30-12:05 09:30-11:15 09:30-11:15 14:15-17:15 14:15-17:55 14:15-17:55 17:45-20:20 17:45-20:20 15:30-19:30 14:15-17:25 13:00-15:20 13:00-15:20 Invalides (Start venue) - Pont CYCLING ROAD (TIME TRIAL) 14:30 - 18:30 Alexandre III (Finish venue) Hôtel de Ville (Start venue) - MARATHON 08:00-11:15 08:00-11:30 Invalides (Finish venue) TRIATHLON 08:00-10:30 08:00-10:40 08:00-10:10 Pont Alexandre III MARATHON SWIMMING 07:30-10:30 07:30-10:30 RACE WALK 07:30-11:45 07:30-11:00 Pont d'Iéna CYCLING ROAD (ROAD RACE) 11:00-18:15 14:00-18:45 09:00-11:00 09:00-11:00 T BASKETBALL 3x3 12:30-14:30 12:30-14:30 E 17:30-19:30 17:30-19:30 18:00-20:00 17:30-19:30 17:30-19:30 17:30-19:30 17:30-19:30 E H La Concorde 1 21:00-23:00 21:00-23:00 21:30-23:30 21:00-23:00 21:30-22:30 21:30-22:30 21:00-23:15 A S T BREAKING 16:00-18:00 16:00-18:00 A 20:00-22:00 20:00-22:00 S : D La Concorde 2 BMX FREESTYLE 14:00-16:30 14:00-16:30 E U N E La Concorde 3 SKATEBOARDING - STREET 12:00-15:30 12:00-15:30 C V 17:00-19:00 17:00-19:00 I P 11:30-14:30 11:30-14:30 M La Concorde 4 SKATEBOARDING - PARK Y 16:30-18:30 16:30-18:30 L A PARIS WEST R A 12:00-17:00 12:00-17:00 12:00-17:00 12:00-17:00 12:00-17:00 12:00-17:00 12:00-17:00 12:00-19:00 12:00-19:00 Roland-Garros Stadium - P. Chatrier D P 19:00-23:00 19:00-23:00 19:00-23:00 19:00-23:00 19:00-23:00 19:00-23:00 19:00-23:30 N Roland-Garros Stadium - S. Mathieu TENNIS 12:00-19:00 12:00-19:00 12:00-19:00 12:00-19:00 12:00-19:00 12:00-19:00 12:00-17:00 C A Side courts 12:00-19:00 12:00-19:00 12:00-19:00 12:00-19:00 12:00-19:00 12:00-19:00 I P M Y Roland-Garros Stadium - Suzanne BOXING 10:30-14:00 10:30-14:00 10:30-14:00 10:30-14:00 10:30-14:00 10:30-14:00 10:30-14:00 10:30-14:00 L Lenglen O 19:30-23:00 19:30-23:00 19:30-23:00 19:30-23:00 19:30-23:00 19:30-23:00 19:30-23:00 19:30-23:00 19:30-23:00 20:00-23:00 20:00-23:00 20:00-23:00 20:00-23:00 20:00-23:00 #C1-INTERNAL 70

              4 2 PARIS 2024 OLYMPIC COMPETITION SCHEDULE 0 S 2 I R BY SESSION A P AS OF 01/04/2022 Gold medal session Note : This competition schedule by session is subject to changes until Bronze medal session the conclusion of Paris 2024 Olympic Games. July August COMPETITION VENUES SPORT / DISCIPLINE OR EVENT Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Mon Tues Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 -2 -1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 09:00-11:30 09:00-11:30 09:00-11:30 9:00-11:30 09:00-11:30 09:00-11:30 09:00-11:30 09:00-11:30 09:00-11:30 09:00-11:30 09:00-11:30 13:00-15:30 13:00-15:30 13:00-15:30 13:00-15:30 13:00-15:30 13:00-15:30 13:00-15:30 13:00-15:30 13:00-15:30 13:00-15:30 13:00-15:30 13:00-15:30 13:00-15:45 South Paris Arena 1 VOLLEYBALL 17:00-19:30 17:00-19:30 17:00-19:30 17:00-19:30 17:00-19:30 17:00-19:30 17:00-19:30 17:00-19:30 17:00-19:30 17:00-19:30 17:00-19:30 16:00-18:30 16:00-18:30 17:00-19:30 17:00-19:45 21:00-23:30 21:00-23:30 21:00-23:30 21:00-23:30 21:00-23:30 21:00-23:30 21:00-23:30 21:00-23:30 21:00-23:30 21:00-23:30 21:00-23:30 20:00-22:30 20:00-22:30 10:00-13:00 10:00-13:00 10:00 -12:00 10:00-13:00 10:00-13:00 10:00-12:00 10:00-13:00 10:00-13:00 10:00-13:00 10:00-13:00 10:00-13:00 10:00-13:00 South Paris Arena 4 TABLE TENNIS 15:00-18:00 15:00-18:00 15:00-18:00 13:30-16:00 15:00-18:00 15:00-18:00 13:30-15:30 13:30-16:00 13:30-16:00 15:00-18:00 15:00-18:00 15:00-18:00 15:00-18:00 15:00-18:30 15:00-18:30 20:00-23:00 20:00-23:00 20:00-23:00 20:00-23:00 20:00-23:00 20:00-23:00 20:00-23:00 20:00-23:00 20:00-23:00 11:30-14:00 11:30-14:00 South Paris Arena 6 WEIGHTLIFTING 15:00-17:30 15:00-17:30 15:00-17:30 16:00-18:30 19:30-22:00 19:30-22:00 19:30-22:00 20:30-23:00 ARENAS 11:00-13:00 11:00-13:00 10:30-12:30 BASKETBALL (FINALS PHASE) 14:30-16:30 14:30-16:30 14:00-16:30 18:00-20:00 18:00-20:00 17:30-19:30 17:30-19:30 18:00-20:00 21:30-23:30 21:30-23:30 21:00-23:00 21:00-23:00 21:30-00:00 11:00-13:30 09:30-13:20 Bercy Arena ARTISTIC GYMNASTICS 14:50-16:30 13:00-15:25 15:30-18:00 18:00-19:40 15:30-18:50 15:00-17:25 20:00-22:30 21:10-22:50 17:30-20:30 17:30-19:45 17:30-20:15 18:00-20:10 TRAMPOLINE 12:00-14:30 18:00-20:30 08:30-12:00 08:30-12:00 08:30-12:00 08:30-12:00 08:30-12:00 08:30-11:00 08:30-13:00 08:30-13:00 08:30-13:00 09:45-12:30 BADMINTON 14:00-17:30 14:00-17:30 14:00-17:30 14:00-17:30 14:00-17:30 13:00-16:30 15:00-22:30 15:00-17:30 15:00-17:30 14:30-17:30 Porte de La Chapelle Arena 19:30-23:00 19:30-23:00 19:30-23:00 19:30-23:00 19:30-23:00 18:30 - 22:00 RYTHMIC GYMNASTICS 10:00-13:00 10:00-12:30 14:00-15:45 15:00-18:00 14:30-17:00 T SWIMMING 11:00-13:00 11:00-13:00 11:00-13:00 11:00-13:00 11:00-13:00 11:00-13:00 11:00-13:00 11:00-13:00 E 20:30-22:30 20:30-22:30 20:30-22:30 20:30-22:30 20:30-22:30 20:30-22:30 20:30-22:30 20:30-22:30 18:30-20:30 E H Paris La Defense Arena 09:00-12:00 09:00-12:00 A S WATER POLO (FINALS PHASE) 12:00-16:30 14:00-17:00 14:00-17:00 13:00-16:00 13:00-16:00 14:00-17:20 14:00-17:20 T A 18:30-23:00 19:00-22:00 19:00-22:00 18:00-21:00 18:00-21:00 S : D SEINE-SAINT-DENIS E ARTISTIC SWIMMING 19:30-21:45 19:30-21:30 19:30-21:30 19:30-21:30 19:30-21:30 U N 11:00-12:00 11:00-12:00 11:00-12:00 11:00-12:00 10:00-12:00 10:00-12:00 10:00-12:00 10:00-12:00 10:00-12:00 10:00-12:00 E DIVING 15:00-17:00 15:00-17:00 15:00-17:00 15:00-17:00 15:00-17:00 15:00-17:00 C V Aquatics Centre I P 10:30-13:30 10:30-13:30 10:30-13:30 10:30-13:30 M WATER POLO (PRELIMINARIES PHASE) 14:00-17:00 15:00-18:00 14:00-17:00 15:00-18:00 14:00-17:00 15:00-18:00 14:00-17:00 15:00-18:00 14:00-17:00 Y L 18:30-21:30 19:30-22:30 18:30-21:30 19:30-22:30 18:30-21:30 19:30-22:30 18:30-21:30 19:30-22:30 18:30-21:30 A R A 10:00-14:00 10:00-16:00 10:00 -13:00 10:00-13:00 10:00-13:00 10:00-13:00 10:00-13:00 10:00-13:00 ATHLETICS (TRACK & FIELD) D P 19:00-22:00 19:00-22:00 19:00-22:00 19:00-22:00 19:00-22:00 19:00-22:00 19:00-22:00 19:00-22:00 19:00-22:00 N Stade de France C A RUGBY 15:30-22:00 14:00-17:00 14:30-20:45 15:30-22:00 14:00-17:00 14:30-20:45 I 20:00-23:00 20:00-23:00 P M 10:30-14:00 10:30-14:00 Y Le Bourget Sport Climbing Venue SPORT CLIMBING L O 17:00-19:45 17:00-19:45 17:00-20:00 17:00-20:00 Rifle and Pistol 09:00-13:15 09:00-13:00 09:00-10:00 09:00-13:00 12:00-16:00 12:00-17:00 09:00-11:00 09:00-17:00 09:00-11:00 09:00-12:00 09:00-13:30 09:00-13:30 09:00-11:00 09:00-11:00 09:00-11:00 SHOOTING 71 La Courneuve Shooting range 09:00-15:30 09:00-14:40 10:00-14:00 09:00-14:00 09:00-15:30 09:30-14:30 09:00-13:30 Shotgun 15:30-17:30 15:30-17:30 15:30-17:45 15:00-17:15 15:00-17:15 MODERN PENTATHLON - FENCING RANKING ROUND 11:00-17:30 #C1-INTERNAL

              July August COMPETITION VENUES SPORT / DISCIPLINE OR EVENT Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Mon Tues Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 -2 -1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 09:00-11:30 09:00-11:30 09:00-11:30 9:00-11:30 09:00-11:30 09:00-11:30 09:00-11:30 09:00-11:30 09:00-11:30 09:00-11:30 09:00-11:30 South Paris Arena 1 VOLLEYBALL 13:00-15:30 13:00-15:30 13:00-15:30 13:00-15:30 13:00-15:30 13:00-15:30 13:00-15:30 13:00-15:30 13:00-15:30 13:00-15:30 13:00-15:30 13:00-15:30 13:00-15:45 17:00-19:30 17:00-19:30 17:00-19:30 17:00-19:30 17:00-19:30 17:00-19:30 17:00-19:30 17:00-19:30 17:00-19:30 17:00-19:30 17:00-19:30 16:00-18:30 16:00-18:30 17:00-19:30 17:00-19:45 21:00-23:30 21:00-23:30 21:00-23:30 21:00-23:30 21:00-23:30 21:00-23:30 21:00-23:30 21:00-23:30 21:00-23:30 21:00-23:30 21:00-23:30 20:00-22:30 20:00-22:30 10:00-13:00 10:00-13:00 10:00 -12:00 10:00-13:00 10:00-13:00 10:00-12:00 10:00-13:00 10:00-13:00 10:00-13:00 10:00-13:00 10:00-13:00 10:00-13:00 South Paris Arena 4 TABLE TENNIS 15:00-18:00 15:00-18:00 15:00-18:00 13:30-16:00 15:00-18:00 15:00-18:00 13:30-15:30 13:30-16:00 13:30-16:00 15:00-18:00 15:00-18:00 15:00-18:00 15:00-18:00 15:00-18:30 15:00-18:30 20:00-23:00 20:00-23:00 20:00-23:00 20:00-23:00 20:00-23:00 20:00-23:00 20:00-23:00 20:00-23:00 20:00-23:00 11:30-14:00 11:30-14:00 South Paris Arena 6 WEIGHTLIFTING 15:00-17:30 15:00-17:30 15:00-17:30 16:00-18:30 19:30-22:00 19:30-22:00 19:30-22:00 20:30-23:00 ARENAS 11:00-13:00 11:00-13:00 10:30-12:30 BASKETBALL (FINALS PHASE) 14:30-16:30 14:30-16:30 14:00-16:30 18:00-20:00 18:00-20:00 17:30-19:30 17:30-19:30 18:00-20:00 21:30-23:30 21:30-23:30 21:00-23:00 21:00-23:00 21:30-00:00 11:00-13:30 09:30-13:20 Bercy Arena ARTISTIC GYMNASTICS 14:50-16:30 13:00-15:25 15:30-18:00 18:00-19:40 15:30-18:50 15:00-17:25 20:00-22:30 21:10-22:50 17:30-20:30 17:30-19:45 17:30-20:15 18:00-20:10 12:00-14:30 TRAMPOLINE 18:00-20:30 08:30-12:00 08:30-12:00 08:30-12:00 08:30-12:00 08:30-12:00 08:30-11:00 08:30-13:00 08:30-13:00 08:30-13:00 09:45-12:30 BADMINTON 14:00-17:30 14:00-17:30 14:00-17:30 14:00-17:30 14:00-17:30 13:00-16:30 15:00-22:30 15:00-17:30 15:00-17:30 14:30-17:30 Porte de La Chapelle Arena 19:30-23:00 19:30-23:00 19:30-23:00 19:30-23:00 19:30-23:00 18:30 - 22:00 RYTHMIC GYMNASTICS 10:00-13:00 10:00-12:30 14:00-15:45 15:00-18:00 14:30-17:00 SWIMMING 11:00-13:00 11:00-13:00 11:00-13:00 11:00-13:00 11:00-13:00 11:00-13:00 11:00-13:00 11:00-13:00 20:30-22:30 20:30-22:30 20:30-22:30 20:30-22:30 20:30-22:30 20:30-22:30 20:30-22:30 20:30-22:30 18:30-20:30 Paris La Defense Arena 09:00-12:00 09:00-12:00 WATER POLO (FINALS PHASE) 12:00-16:30 14:00-17:00 14:00-17:00 13:00-16:00 13:00-16:00 14:00-17:20 14:00-17:20 18:30-23:00 19:00-22:00 19:00-22:00 18:00-21:00 18:00-21:00 SEINE-SAINT-DENIS 4 ARTISTIC SWIMMING 19:30-21:45 19:30-21:30 19:30-21:30 19:30-21:30 19:30-21:30 2 11:00-12:00 11:00-12:00 11:00-12:00 11:00-12:00 10:00-12:00 10:00-12:00 10:00-12:00 10:00-12:00 10:00-12:00 10:00-12:00 0 PARIS 2024 OLYMPIC COMPETITION SCHEDULE DIVING 15:00-17:00 15:00-17:00 15:00-17:00 15:00-17:00 15:00-17:00 15:00-17:00 S 2 Aquatics Centre I R BY SESSION 10:30-13:30 10:30-13:30 10:30-13:30 10:30-13:30 A WATER POLO (PRELIMINARIES PHASE) 14:00-17:00 15:00-18:00 14:00-17:00 15:00-18:00 14:00-17:00 15:00-18:00 14:00-17:00 15:00-18:00 14:00-17:00 P 18:30-21:30 19:30-22:30 18:30-21:30 19:30-22:30 18:30-21:30 19:30-22:30 18:30-21:30 19:30-22:30 18:30-21:30 AS OF 01/04/2022 10:00-14:00 10:00-16:00 10:00 -13:00 10:00-13:00 10:00-13:00 10:00-13:00 10:00-13:00 10:00-13:00 ATHLETICS (TRACK & FIELD) Gold medal session Note : This competition schedule by session is subject to changes until 19:00-22:00 19:00-22:00 19:00-22:00 19:00-22:00 19:00-22:00 19:00-22:00 19:00-22:00 19:00-22:00 19:00-22:00 Stade de France Bronze medal session the conclusion of Paris 2024 Olympic Games. 15:30-22:00 14:00-17:00 14:30-20:45 15:30-22:00 14:00-17:00 14:30-20:45 RUGBY 20:00-23:00 20:00-23:00 July August 10:30-14:00 10:30-14:00 Le Bourget Sport Climbing Venue SPORT CLIMBING Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Mon Tues Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun COMPETITION VENUES SPORT / DISCIPLINE OR EVENT 17:00-19:45 17:00-19:45 17:00-20:00 17:00-20:00 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 -2 -1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 ILE-DE-FRANCE REGION (EXCEPT SEINE-SAINT-DENIS) 09:00-13:15 09:00-13:00 09:00-10:00 09:00-13:00 12:00-16:00 12:00-17:00 09:00-11:00 09:00-17:00 09:00-11:00 Rifle and Pistol Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines BMX 09:00-12:00 09:00-13:30 09:00-13:30 09:00-11:00 09:00-11:00 09:00-11:00 BMX RACING 20:30-22:30 20:30-22:30 Stadium SHOOTING La Courneuve Shooting range Shotgun 09:00-15:30 09:00-14:40 10:00-14:00 09:00-14:00 09:00-15:30 09:30-14:30 09:00-13:30 Elancourt Hill MOUTAIN BIKE July 14:00-16:30 14:00-16:30 15:30-17:30 15:30-17:30 15:30-17:45 15:00-17:15 15:00-17:15 August COMPETITION VENUES SPORT / DISCIPLINE OR EVENT Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Mon Tues Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun MODERN PENTATHLON - FENCING RANKING ROUND 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 11:00-17:30 Golf National GOLF 09:00-18:00 09:00-18:00 09:00-18:00 09:00-18:00 09:00-18:00 09:00-18:00 09:00-18:00 09:00-18:00 -2 -1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 ILE-DE-FRANCE REGION (EXCEPT SEINE-SAINT-DENIS) 12:45-15:30 14:00-15:45 11:00-14:15 Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines CYCLING TRACK Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines BMX Velodrome BMX RACING 20:30-22:30 20:30-22:30 17:00-19:40 17:30-19:55 17:30-19:50 17:00-19:55 18:00-19:55 17:00-19:50 Stadium #C1-INTERNAL EQUESTRIAN 10:00-18:40 10:30-15:00 11:00-16:30 11:00-16:00 11:00-16:00 10:00-15:45 14:00-17:45 10:00-12:30 11:00-15:30 11:00-13:45 14:00-16:30 Elancourt Hill MOUTAIN BIKE 14:00-16:30 14:00-16:30 Château de Versailles 09:30-15:30 11:00-13:30 Golf National GOLF 09:00-18:00 09:00-18:00 09:00-18:00 09:00-18:00 09:00-18:00 09:00-18:00 09:00-18:00 09:00-18:00 MODERN PENTATHLON 13:00-19:00 17:00-19:30 Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines CYCLING TRACK 12:45-15:30 14:00-15:45 11:00-14:15 Velodrome CANOE SPRINT 09:00-15:00 09:00-15:00 09:30-13:00 09:30-13:00 09:30-13:00 17:00-19:40 17:30-19:55 17:30-19:50 17:00-19:55 18:00-19:55 17:00-19:50 Vaires-sur-Marne Nautical Stadium ROWING 09:00-13:10 09:00-13:10 09:30-12:20 09:30-11:50 09:30-13:00 09:30-12:40 09:30-12:45 09:30-11:40 EQUESTRIAN 10:00-18:40 10:30-15:00 11:00-16:30 11:00-16:00 11:00-16:00 10:00-15:45 14:00-17:45 10:00-12:30 11:00-15:30 11:00-13:45 14:00-16:30 Château de Versailles Vaires-sur-Marne Nautical Stadium - CANOE SLALOM 15:00-19:10 15:30-18:30 15:30-18:50 15:00-19:10 15:30-18:30 15:30-18:30 15:30-18:30 15:30-17:30 15:30-17:30 09:30-15:30 11:00-13:30 White water MODERN PENTATHLON 13:00-19:00 17:00-19:30 Pitch 1 10:30-15:00 10:30-15:00 10:30-15:00 10:30-15:00 10:30-15:00 10:30-15:00 10:30-15:00 10:30-15:00 10:00-15:00 10:00-15:00 14:00-16:00 14:00-16:00 14:00-16:00 14:00-16:00 CANOE SPRINT Pitch 2 11:00-15:30 11:00-15:30 11:00-15:30 11:00-15:30 11:00-15:30 11:00-15:30 11:00-15:30 11:00-15:30 09:00-15:00 09:00-15:00 09:30-13:00 09:30-13:00 09:30-13:00 Yves-du-Manoir Stadium HOCKEY Vaires-sur-Marne Nautical Stadium ROWING Pitch 1 17:30-22:00 17:30-22:00 17:30-22:00 17:30-22:00 17:30-22:00 17:30-22:00 17:30-22:00 17:30-22:00 17:30-22:30 17:30-22:30 19:00-21:00 19:00-21:00 19:00-21:30 19:00-21:30 09:00-13:10 09:00-13:10 09:30-12:20 09:30-11:50 09:30-13:00 09:30-12:40 09:30-12:45 09:30-11:40 Pitch 2 18:00-22:30 18:00-22:30 18:00-22:30 18:00-22:30 18:00-22:30 18:00-22:30 Vaires-sur-Marne Nautical Stadium - CANOE SLALOM 15:00-19:10 15:30-18:30 15:30-18:50 15:00-19:10 15:30-18:30 15:30-18:30 15:30-18:30 15:30-17:30 15:30-17:30 HOST CITIES OUTSIDE ILE-DE-FRANCE REGION White water 09:00-12:30 09:00-12:30 09:00-12:30 09:00-12:30 09:00-12:30 09:00-12:30 09:00-12:30 09:00-12:30 09:00-12:30 09:00-12:30 09:30-11:30 09:30-11:30 Pitch 1 10:30-15:00 10:30-15:00 10:30-15:00 10:30-15:00 10:30-15:00 10:30-15:00 10:30-15:00 10:30-15:00 10:00-15:00 10:00-15:00 14:00-16:00 14:00-16:00 14:00-16:00 14:00-16:00 Pierre Mauroy Stadium HANDBALL 14:30-18:00 14:30-18:00 14:30-18:00 14:30-18:00 14:30-18:00 14:30-18:00 14:30-18:00 14:30-18:00 14:30-18:00 14:30-18:00 13:30-15:30 13:30-15:30 16:30-18:30 16:30-18:30 Pitch 2 11:00-15:30 11:00-15:30 11:00-15:30 11:00-15:30 11:00-15:30 11:00-15:30 11:00-15:30 11:00-15:30 17:30-19:30 17:30-19:30 17:00-19:00 17:00-19:00 Yves-du-Manoir Stadium HOCKEY Pitch 1 17:30-22:00 17:30-22:00 17:30-22:00 17:30-22:00 17:30-22:00 17:30-22:00 17:30-22:00 17:30-22:00 17:30-22:30 17:30-22:30 19:00-21:00 19:00-21:00 19:00-21:30 19:00-21:30 20:00-23:30 20:00-23:30 20:00-23:30 20:00-23:30 20:00-23:30 20:00-23:30 20:00-23:30 20:00-23:30 20:00-23:30 20:00-23:30 21:30-23:30 21:30-23:30 21:30-23:30 21:30-23:30 21:00-23:30 21:00-23:30 Pitch 2 18:00-22:30 18:00-22:30 18:00-22:30 18:00-22:30 18:00-22:30 18:00-22:30 Marseille Marina SAILING 11:00-19:00 11:00-19:00 11:00-19:00 11:00-19:00 11:00-19:00 11:00-19:00 11:00-19:00 11:00-19:00 11:00-19:00 11:00-19:00 11:00-19:00 11:00-19:00 HOST CITIES OUTSIDE ILE-DE-FRANCE REGION 09:00-12:30 09:00-12:30 09:00-12:30 09:00-12:30 09:00-12:30 09:00-12:30 09:00-12:30 09:00-12:30 09:00-12:30 09:00-12:30 09:30-11:30 09:30-11:30 07:00-16:20 07:00-16:40 07:00-14:20 07:00-10:35 Tahiti time Tahiti time Tahiti time Tahiti time 14:30-18:00 14:30-18:00 14:30-18:00 14:30-18:00 14:30-18:00 14:30-18:00 14:30-18:00 14:30-18:00 14:30-18:00 14:30-18:00 13:30-15:30 13:30-15:30 16:30-18:30 16:30-18:30 Teahupo'o, Tahiti SURFING 19:00-04:20 19:00-04:40 19:00-02:20 19:00-22:35 ○ ○ ○ Pierre Mauroy Stadium HANDBALL Paris time Paris time Paris time Paris time 17:30-19:30 17:30-19:30 17:00-19:00 17:00-19:00 FOOTBALL CITIES 20:00-23:30 20:00-23:30 20:00-23:30 20:00-23:30 20:00-23:30 20:00-23:30 20:00-23:30 20:00-23:30 20:00-23:30 20:00-23:30 21:30-23:30 21:30-23:30 21:30-23:30 21:30-23:30 21:00-23:30 21:00-23:30 Parc des Princes (Paris) FOOTBALL 15:00-17:00 15:00-17:00 Marseille Marina SAILING 11:00-19:00 11:00-19:00 11:00-19:00 11:00-19:00 11:00-19:00 11:00-19:00 11:00-19:00 11:00-19:00 11:00-19:00 11:00-19:00 11:00-19:00 11:00-19:00 T 21:00-23:00 19:00-21:00 17:00-19:00 21:00-23:00 19:00-22:00 15:00-18:00 18:00-21:00 18:30-21:30 E E 07:00-16:20 07:00-16:40 07:00-14:20 07:00-10:35 Nantes Stadium FOOTBALL 17:00-19:00 17:00-19:00 17:00-19:00 19:00-21:00 15:00-17:00 17:00-19:00 21:00-00:00 17:00-20:00 H Teahupo'o, Tahiti SURFING Tahiti time Tahiti time Tahiti time Tahiti time ○ ○ ○ 19:00-04:20 19:00-04:40 19:00-02:20 19:00-22:35 Paris time Paris time Paris time Paris time A S Bordeaux Stadium FOOTBALL 19:00 - 21:00 19:00-21:00 15:00-17:00 21:00-23:00 17:00-19:00 21:00-00:00 T FOOTBALL CITIES A 21:00-23:00 Parc des Princes (Paris) FOOTBALL 15:00-17:00 15:00-17:00 Lyon Stadium FOOTBALL 19:00-21:00 21:00-23:00 15:00-17:00 17:00-19:00 17:00-19:00 21:00-23:00 15:00-18:00 17:00-20:00 21:00-00:00 18:00-21:00 15:00-18:00 S : D 21:00-23:00 19:00-21:00 17:00-19:00 21:00-23:00 19:00-22:00 15:00-18:00 18:00-21:00 18:30-21:30 E U Saint-Etienne Stadium FOOTBALL 15:00-17:00 17:00-19:00 19:00-21:00 21:00-23:00 19:00-21:00 19:00-21:00 N Nantes Stadium FOOTBALL 17:00-19:00 17:00-19:00 17:00-19:00 19:00-21:00 15:00-17:00 17:00-19:00 21:00-00:00 17:00-20:00 E Marseille Stadium FOOTBALL 21:00-23:00 19:00-21:00 17:00-19:00 21:00-23:00 19:00-21:00 19:00-21:00 17:00-20:00 19:00-22:00 18:00-21:00 21:00-00:00 Bordeaux Stadium FOOTBALL 19:00 - 21:00 19:00-21:00 15:00-17:00 21:00-23:00 17:00-19:00 21:00-00:00 C V 21:00-23:00 I Nice Stadium FOOTBALL 17:00-19:00 21:00-23:00 21:00-23:00 19:00-21:00 17:00-19:00 21:00-23:00 P M Lyon Stadium FOOTBALL 19:00-21:00 21:00-23:00 15:00-17:00 17:00-19:00 17:00-19:00 21:00-23:00 15:00-18:00 17:00-20:00 21:00-00:00 18:00-21:00 15:00-18:00 Y 11:00-13:00 11:00-13:00 11:00-13:00 11:00-13:00 11:00-13:00 11:00-13:00 11:00-13:00 11:00-13:00 11:00-13:00 L Saint-Etienne Stadium FOOTBALL 15:00-17:00 17:00-19:00 19:00-21:00 21:00-23:00 19:00-21:00 19:00-21:00 A 14:30-16:30 14:30-16:30 14:30-16:30 14:30-16:30 14:30-16:30 14:30-16:30 14:30-16:30 14:30-16:30 14:30-16:30 R Venue to be determined BASKETBALL (PRELIMINARIES PHASE) A 18:00-20:00 18:00-20:00 18:00-20:00 18:00-20:00 18:00-20:00 18:00-20:00 18:00-20:00 18:00-20:00 18:00-20:00 Marseille Stadium FOOTBALL 21:00-23:00 19:00-21:00 17:00-19:00 21:00-23:00 19:00-21:00 19:00-21:00 17:00-20:00 19:00-22:00 18:00-21:00 21:00-00:00 D P 21:30-23:30 21:30-23:30 21:30-23:30 21:30-23:30 21:30-23:30 21:30-23:30 21:30-23:30 21:30-23:30 21:30-23:30 N Nice Stadium FOOTBALL 17:00-19:00 21:00-23:00 21:00-23:00 19:00-21:00 17:00-19:00 21:00-23:00 C A 11:00-13:00 11:00-13:00 11:00-13:00 11:00-13:00 11:00-13:00 11:00-13:00 11:00-13:00 11:00-13:00 11:00-13:00 I P 14:30-16:30 14:30-16:30 14:30-16:30 14:30-16:30 14:30-16:30 14:30-16:30 14:30-16:30 14:30-16:30 14:30-16:30 M Venue to be determined BASKETBALL (PRELIMINARIES PHASE) Y 18:00-20:00 18:00-20:00 18:00-20:00 18:00-20:00 18:00-20:00 18:00-20:00 18:00-20:00 18:00-20:00 18:00-20:00 L O 21:30-23:30 21:30-23:30 21:30-23:30 21:30-23:30 21:30-23:30 21:30-23:30 21:30-23:30 21:30-23:30 21:30-23:30 72 #C1-INTERNAL #C1-INTERNAL

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