Paris – Olympic Day & Horizon 2024
Edition of the Games: 2024 Summer Olympic Games
Act II – Climax
Open-public sport activities were organised with 17 Paris districts
A festive playground gathering more than 30 sport activities in the heart of Paris available all day
A 2024m race at night
20 June 2018: 17 Paris districts and inhabitants (schools mobilised for children and families
23 June: a global celebration
Day 1: 15 venues in 15 different sports centres of Paris
Day 2: right and left banks of the river Seine in the heart of Paris;
Arcole Bridge; Alexander III Bridge; Town Hall esplanade; Invalides Esplanade;
Champ-de-Mars (Eiffel Tower)
City of Paris and its different branches involved
Paris 2024 Organizing Committee
Conception and Production Agencies (Sportmarket & Oconnection)
Mobilisation & Visibility
- Press conference on May 29th on the boat Le FLOW and press release
- Local Volunteers: Team Paris (more than 100 people)
- Mobilisation of actors involved in the Paris 2024 bid: former and actual athletes, OCOG PARIS 2024 and NOC members, 30 sport federations
- 450 000 participants
- 3679 #journéeolympique
- 1500 accreditations
- 250 000 square meters dedicated to sports in the public area
- 40 athletes
Focus was mostly on Paris inhabitants, with a special focus on families.
Combination with other events
International Olympic Day
World Refugee Day
Inventory of Activities
Race of 2024m
Canoe, kayak, sailing, archery, baseball, softball, table tennis, golf, handball, tennis, football, rugby, volleyball, sit volley, triathlon, swimming, cycling, climbing, shooting, pole vaulting, judo, adapted judo, fight, karate, taekwondo, blind football, basketball chair, field hockey, boxing, fencing, wheelchair fencing, modern pentathlon, skateboard, badminton, weightlifting.
The Olympic rings ordered by the City of Paris after winning the hosting of the 2024 Games were installed in the public area, near the City Town Hall.
Their installation was the main challenge because of the weight and the scale. Many handlers were mobilized.
The full case is available in printable version on the members’ portal.
In addition to the above description, the PDF version also gathers practical information including internal and external partners involved; finance and cost; use of the olympic brand; human resources and time; and contact details.
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