The 2024 Paris Olympics will take place in two years to this day and the two Olympic weeks will begin in the French capital. The Paris 2024 Organizing Committee, in this context, revealed the timeline of events. Here are the important dates that should (really) be marked on your calendar.
There are only two years left and there is plenty of time to see. But nothing beats meticulous preparation to follow the Paris 2024 Olympic Games. The Olympic Games will begin in the French capital in exactly 731 days, and the dates and times of events have been revealed by the Paris 2024 Organizing Committee (subject to change). Here are the most important of them.
Tuesday 30 July: Agbigno retains his title?
Four days after the start of the Olympics, the Arena du Champ-de-Mars could celebrate a French Olympic title. Let’s be optimistic. On Tuesday 30 July 2024, the Women’s Judo Class -63kg Final will take place around 6:30pm. A chance for Clarice Agpegno to retain her title and deliver the first ever prestigious Olympic title to the Tricolor Clan.
Wednesday, July 31: First 100m swim
Who will succeed American Caleb Dressel? The gold medalist in the 100m freestyle at last year’s Tokyo Olympics, the 25-year-old should be present in Paris in two years. At Defense Arena, on Wednesday, July 31, 2024 at approximately 10 p.m., Dressel will bring his title back into play.
Friday August 2nd: Reiner in the final?
Three years of frustration contemplate a third-place finish at the Tokyo Olympics, only to be rejected on a tatami. On Friday August 2, 2024, around 6:30 pm, Teddy Rayner hopes to be present at the Arena du Champ-de-Mars to face the final of his class (+100 kg) and reclaim what he is owed: the Olympic champion title, won by the French Already in 2012 and 2016.
Saturday August 3rd: Cycling and Athletics
Saturday August 3, 2024 will be very busy. We don’t yet know the route for the men’s road race that will take place that day in cycling, but we do know that the start will take place around 11am and that the riders should finish around 6:15pm in Paris within the walls. . Then head to the Stade de France for the women’s 100m at 7pm and see if a new Jamaican treble can be achieved, like the Tokyo Games.
Sunday August 4th: Tennis and Athletics
Same program as the day before, but this time with tennis to warm up before athletics. The men’s final will take place on Sunday 4 August 2024 on the Roland Garros clay, likely from 12 noon. Directing, once again, the Stade de France started with a step to attend 100 million men and see if another runner could create the surprise, like Italian Marcel Jacobs in Tokyo.
Friday August 9: Mbappe’s ultimate dream?
He’s been talking about it for years and would like to add this trophy to the already very long list of those he’s won. On Friday August 9, 2024, at 6pm, in the Parc des Princes he knows by heart and which will be best tamed in two years’ time, Kylian Mbappé hopes to be the center of attention for the tournament final. Men’s soccer event. And he embraced his gold medal less than two hours later, to fulfill his childhood dream.
Saturday, August 10: The Blues take their revenge in basketball?
After being defeated in the final by the United States after they dominated in the group stage, the French are hoping to perform better on Saturday 10 August 2024. To participate in this event that will take place from 9:30 pm in the Arena de Bercy, so they will advance to the final In order to find, perhaps, the Americans. Will Nicholas Batum still be around to set up a legendary meter?
Sunday August 11th: A title to keep in handball
While we’re still waiting for the exact dates for the men’s volleyball final, in which the Blues will have to retain their Olympic title, the French handball players know exactly where they need to be on Sunday, August 11, 2024, at 1:30 p.m.: on the grounds of Stade Pierre Moroy in Lille. , to play in the final of the handball championship. In order to achieve the Olympic double, as happened in 2012 in London.