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Paris 2024 Innovation: The unique Seine river Opening Ceremony unveiled

For the first time in history, the Opening Ceremony of the Olympic Games will not take place in a stadium. On 26 July 2024, exactly one year from now, thousands of athletes will parade in boats along the Seine, the river that flows through Paris, in front of hundreds of thousands of spectators.
Here is what you need to know about the spectacular ebent.

At the Olympic Games Paris 2024, breaking will make its debut while other sports will feature revised formats and disciplines and the Opening Ceremony will have a spectacular new home. To keep you up to date, is bringing you everything you need to know about what’s new at Paris 2024.

With the next Olympics exactly a year away, it’s time to find out everything you need to know about the Opening Ceremony on 26 July 2024. Traditionally held in the Olympic Stadium, this ceremony will make history by taking place on the Seine, the river that flows through Paris, the City of Light.

Eight-time Olympic gold medalist Usain Bolt was on the boat of the French delegation on 25 July 2023, sailing on the Seine for the presentation of the Olympic and Paralympic torch for Paris 2024. He was impressed by the experience and talked about the thousands of spectators who would be there a year after.

“I think it’s gonna be one of the best, if not the best Opening Ceremony. Imagine everybody standing outside, across the bridges cheering people up. It was never done before…”

Paris 2024: Revolutionising the Games on the river

Paris 2024 will break new ground by bringing the sporting competition into the heart of the city, and the same will be true for the Opening Ceremony, which will take place in the heart of Paris along ed to know about the spectacular event……. To read the entire original article CLICK HERE



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