An opinion poll conducted by the IFOP Institute for Paris 2024 in the wake of the Tokyo 2020 Games confirms the French public’s enthusiasm for hosting the Games in France in 2024.
Two days before the Closing Ceremony and Handover with Tokyo 2020, Tony Estanguet, President of Paris 2024, and Anne Hidalgo, Mayor of Paris, took the opportunity to share Paris 2024’s ambition at a press conference in Tokyo.
The Organising Committees for the Olympic and Paralympic Games Paris 2024 and the Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games Milano Cortina 2026 have today announced a collaboration agreement, which is aimed at encouraging joint initiatives and activities in an effort to stage more sustainable, innovative and spectacular Games in 2024 and 2026.
Led by its President Tony Estanguet, the Paris 2024 delegation outlined key project updates at the 138th IOC Session in Tokyo. The organising committee presented a project report, highlighting steps taken to further strengthen the Games plan
With just a few days to go until the start of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, Paris 2024 is launching a new online press area for journalists from all over the world.
Just days before the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games begin, Paris 2024 has revealed its website cataloguing all of the 770 Pre-Games Training Camps chosen for Olympic and Paralympic athletes to prepare for the Paris 2024 Games.
Tony Estanguet, Chairman of Paris 2024, Paul Hudson, Sanofi Chief Executive Officer, and Serge Weinberg, Chairman of Sanofi’s Board of Directors, today announced Sanofi will become a Premium Partner of Paris 2024 for the Olympic and Paralympic Games being held in Paris in 2024.
Woodkid is composing the original music for the first ceremony organised by Paris 2024.
The consulting and audit services firm becomes an official partner of the Olympic and Paralympic Games Paris 2024 and France’s Olympic and Paralympic team for the next three editions of the Games
On Tuesday 8th June, Paris 2024, in partnership with the Eiffel Tower Operating Company, conducted a large-scale test on the Eiffel Tower as part of preparations for festivities linked to the Handover Ceremony with Tokyo 2020.
Paris 2024 has started publishing calls for interest to develop its official licensing program for the Olympic & Paralympic Games. Between now and 2024, a total of 10,000 references of Official Licensed Products – including apparel, accessories, stationery, publishing, toys & games, electronics, homeware, gift & novelties, luggage and eyewear – will be made available to the public through all retail channels.
As 2020 draws to a close, Paris 2024 and all its stakeholders have approved a new optimised concept for the Games that consolidates its strengths.