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Emmanuel Macron and Tony Estanguet inaugurate Paris 2024 Athletes’ Village

France President Emmanuel Macron and Paris 2024 President Tony Estanguet have inaugurated the Olympic and Paralympic Village alongside Olympic champions Marie-José Pérec and Brahim Asloum. With 82 buildings housing 3,000 apartments and 14,250 beds, here’s everything you need to know about where the stars will stay in the City of Light this summer.

The world’s greatest athletes are now set to enter its boulevards, buildings and bedrooms on 12 July ahead of the Olympic Games (26 July – 11 August) and the Paralympic Games (28 August – 8 September).

In total, around 15,000 athletes from around the world will stay in the Olympic and Paralympic Village, which is conveniently located on the banks of the River Seine between Saint-Denis, Saint-Ouen-sur-Seine and the Île Saint-Denis, in the north of the French capital, a short distance from the Stade de France.

 The village will host 200 delegations, 10,000 Olympic athletes and 5,000 Paralympic athletes.”

Based on the concept of heritage, the Athletes’ Village is centred around five residential areas and will provide all the necessary services for athletes competing at the Olympic and Paralympic Games this summer.

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