The Paris 2024 Olympic committee is dispelling any speculation that the aquatic center will be anything but permanent.
Tony Estanguet, président du COJO, assure que la piscine des Jeux Olympiques de Paris en 2024 sera construite de manière permanente.
Throughout a two-day orientation seminar, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and Paris 2024 reinforced their commitment to organising the Olympic Games in a spirit of co-construction over the next seven years.
The International Olympic Committee has officially selected the host cities for both of the next two Summer Olympics, naming Paris to host 2024 and Los Angeles to host 2028.
After a 3-day visit in Los Angeles, the IOC’s Evaluation Commission made its way to Paris this week.
Après Los Angeles, c’est Paris qui a reçu les 26 membres de la Commission d’évaluation du Comité international olympique.
The election of the new President of the French Republic, Emmanuel Macron, which took place on Sunday, May 7th, is good news for France’s bid to host the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris.
L’élection du nouveau président de la république française, Emmanuel Macron, le 7 mai dernier est une bonne nouvelle pour la candidature française aux Jeux Olympiques de 2024.
“All the options are on the table, and this includes also the ’24-’28 procedure and vote,” says IOC President Thomas Bach.
And then there were two. After Budapest formally withdraws its bid to host the 2024 Olympic Games, only Los Angeles and Paris will remain in the race.
Rome, a city with an ancient sporting history, received a huge blow to its 2024 bid chances on Wednesday.
Los Angeles, Paris and Rome have been reprimanded by the IOC for violating lobbying rules in Rio.
The Executive Bureaue of the Paris 2024 bid committee have unanimously approved the choice of site for the Aquatic Centre that…
Parisians braved the cold, gathering at the Arc de Triomphe at the top of the famed Avenue des Champs-Elysées on…
Today’s dose of swimming news includes an award for Marrit Steenbergen, commemorative Rio stamps, a Paris 2024 funding defeat, and a Paralympics NZ funding update.