2024  The Olympic Games , held in Paris, France. It marked the return of the Olympics to Paris for the first time since 1924, making it a significant event for both the city and the sporting world.   Scheduled for this game was 2020, postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Olympic Games will take place from 26 July to 11 August 2024, when Paris will become the centre of the world the world of sport, and so much more. The Games are a popular, multicultural festival shared by so many people around the planet and represent a new adventure for France unlike anything it has experienced before.


  • Billions of television viewers worldwide
  • 350,000 hours of TV broadcast
  • Millions of spectators
  • 35 venues
  • 10,500 athletes
  • 20,000 accredited journalists
  • 45,000 volunteers
  • +600,000 meals served at the Athletes’ Village every day


  • The XXXIII Olympiad
  • 26 July to 11 August 2024
  • 19 days of competition (handball, football and rugby take place from 24 July)
  • 329 events
  • Athletes from over 200 NOCs and the IOC Refugee Olympic Team
  • 32 sports (including the 4 additional sports)
  • 754 sessions (competitions and ceremonies)
  • 10,500 athletes 

    July 26, 2024, the Paris Olympics will officially begin. Over the course of the next two weeks, some 10,500 athletes will compete in 329 events. The Games will feature a full roster of star athletes, and there will undoubtedly be a number of breakout stars.

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