Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games


The vision of Paris 2024

Paris 2024 will see a new vision of Olympism in action, delivered in a unique spirit of international celebration.

We will offer one of the world’s most inspirational cities as a memorable stage for the athletes – and a truly global platform to promote them, and their incredible stories.

And we will partner with the entire Olympic family to demonstrate that, more than ever after an extremely challenging period, sport has a unique power to help create a better world.

Our plan features 95 percent existing or temporary venues, and every single one has a clear, defined legacy aligned with the city’s long-term development plans.

The sporting celebration will flow along the Seine, from the new Olympic Village, just 15 minutes from Paris city centre, to such city centre landmarks as the Eiffel Tower and the Grand Palais.

Paris has welcomed people from all over the world – including the founding fathers of the Olympic Movement – for hundreds of years, to collaborate and inspire each other; to shape ideas and forge the future.

Leaving a legacy

Hosting the biggest event in the world is going to change our country. It’s inevitable. Paris 2024 want sport values to become a key part of people’s lives and to prove that we can achieve excellence while also championing sustainability.

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Diversity & Inclusion

#GenderEqualOlympics: Celebrating Full Gender Parity on the Field of Play at Paris 2024
The IOC has distributed quota places equally to female and male athletes – 50:50. For the first time in Olympic history, there will be full gender parity on the field of play.

Diversity & Inclusion

Inspirational Athletes Set To Host Fans in Their Accessible Airbnb Homes for Paris 2024
Worldwide Olympic and Paralympic Partner Airbnb has announced that inspirational Para athletes Axel Allétru and Sofyane Mehiaoui will open up their accessible homes for two exclusive overnight stays during the Olympic and Paralympic Games Paris 2024.

Philanthropy & Cause Initiatives

Paris 2024 Already Creating a More Active Nation, Third-Party Interim Legacy Report Says
The Olympic Games Paris 2024 are already providing tangible social legacies to all layers of French society, benefitting millions of people, businesses and communities throughout the country, an interim evaluation report of the Paris 2024 legacies says.

Events, Media & Communications

OECD Issues Independent Guides To Measure Long-Term Impacts of Global Events Such As the Olympic and Paralympic Games
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) has issued two guides to assist global sports, business and cultural event organisers and their stakeholders in monitoring, measuring and evaluating the social, economic and environmental benefits of their events

Events, Media & Communications

Allianz on the Road to Paris: “We Want To Spread the Spirit of Paris to the World”
As the countdown to the Olympic Games Paris 2024 continues, the Worldwide Olympic Partners are preparing to play a fundamental role in making the Games a success.

Events, Media & Communications

Town of Bayeux To Host the IOC Refugee Olympic Team Ahead of Paris 2024
The IOC Refugee Olympic Team will be hosted in the historic town of Bayeux in Normandy, France, for its pre-Games Training Camp ahead of the Olympic Games Paris 2024.

Social Impact & Volunteering

Changing the Face of a City
For thousands who worked on the London Games (and, I suspect, any Olympic Games), our experiences – challenging, exhausting and euphoric – are seared forever into our DNA, life-changing, career-defining, and deeply engrained with the physical space of the Olympic Park.

Sustainable Development Goals

Paris 2024: Raising the Bar for More Sustainable Sporting Events
The Paris 2024 Organising Committee plans to halve carbon emissions compared to the average of London 2012 and Rio 2016. This target reflects both the IOC’s Olympic Agenda 2020+5 and the Paris Agreement on Climate Change, which world governments signed in 2015.

Social Impact & Volunteering

Paris 2024 Strives To Maximise the Socio-Economic Impact of Sport
Against a backdrop of rising global inequality, Paris 2024 has a vision for “wide open” Games designed to spread opportunities and maximise the benefits for the long-term unemployed, small businesses and deprived communities.

Awards, Ratings & Rankings

IOC Announces Shortlist for Inaugural Climate Action Awards
Celebrating those in the Olympic Movement who are taking tangible steps to tackle the climate crisis, the International Olympic Committee has announced the shortlisted athletes, International Federations and National Olympic Committees for the inaugural IOC Climate Action Awards.

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