2024 Paris Olympic Games on the Seine River waiting for the opening of 600,000 people to enjoy together

As the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics are being diplomatically boycotted by many democracies, the 2024 Paris Olympics are already winding down and waiting to open. The Olympic organizing committee announced on the 13th that the opening ceremony of the 33rd Summer Olympics will be held on the Seine River in Paris, a record, with the opening date currently set for July 26, 2024.

The 2024 Paris Olympics said on its official Facebook page that this will be the most spectacular and barrier-free opening ceremony in Olympic history, right on the Seine, open to everyone!

On the 1000th day of the countdown to the 2024 Paris Olympics, the organizers not only announced the news of the opening ceremony on the Seine River, but the Paris organizers are also going to hold a marathon on the Seine River for the general public to participate, divided into a 42km marathon and a 10km road race, where amateur athletes will be able to run the same route as the Olympic marathon and enjoy an extraordinary experience like a runner’s level, and the route planning The route planning will also incorporate the history of Paris, which is unique and meaningful.

The IOC said that the 2024 Paris Olympics, with 15,000 athletes expected to compete, will open with a parade of 160 boats on the Seine River, and the parade route will be 6 kilometers long, with a capacity of 600,000 spectators along the river to participate in the event.

The event will run from July 26, 2024 until August 11 of the same year after the opening ceremony.

The opening ceremony of the 2024 Paris Olympics is scheduled to take place on the Seine River, with a capacity of 600,000 spectators along its banks. Photo: Retrieved from Paris2024 Facebook page