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OWhere to celebration and comply with the Olympic occasions this summer time 2024? Almost in all places in France, fan zones will probably be put in, even when sure cities similar to Lyon and Lille have determined to not set them up. In Paris, 26 websites will probably be put in and open free to the general public through the two weeks of the check (from July 26 to August 11). In these 26 fan zones, a median of 500 individuals will be accommodated concurrently. Access will probably be filtered for safety causes. And inside these websites, it is going to be potential to devour alcohol, mentioned the town of Paris.

During the day, from 10 a.m. till 11 p.m., the occasions will probably be broadcast on an enormous display screen. It's easy, there will probably be one thing for everybody since there will probably be a reception web site for the general public in every district of Paris, besides in 7ewho “did not wish to organize any”.

The medalists on the Trocadéro gardens

In addition to the printed of the competitions, every fan zone may have its personal specificity with completely different sporting and cultural actions. Example, within the Choisy park, within the 13e district, the general public will have the ability to attempt a number of sports activities similar to basketball, gymnastics, desk tennis and weightlifting. The massive corridor of La Villette will turn out to be the headquarters of the French delegation and will probably be reworked into a spot of celebration with the French athletes who will come to fulfill their supporters.

The Trocadéro gardens will probably be reworked right into a celebration space for yesterday's medalists on a web site that may have the ability to accommodate greater than 13,000 individuals. Every night, round 6 p.m., athletes who’ve gained a medal will have the ability to rejoice it with the general public. On the very day of their occasion, the medalists will go to the Parc de la Villette to speak with the general public. Martin Fourcade, president of the athletes' fee, defined to Agence France-Presse that it was “not a compulsory sequence” for athletes. “This is the only contact they will have with the public during the Games” for the primary post-Covid Games, mentioned the previous biathlete.

The sq. in entrance of the Town Hall, renamed “The Games Terrace” for the event as a result of a raised terrace will probably be put in there, will welcome the general public from July 14, the date of the passage of the Olympic flame. That day, 6,500 individuals will be accommodated. A quantity which can then drop to 2,500 to comply with the occasions and participate within the actions.