The 2024 Paris Olympics Are Still 3 Years Away, But the Venue Mockups Already Look Amazing
If you’re still enjoying the post-Olympic high, you won’t have to wait too long for the 2024 Paris Olympics. Since the 2020 Tokyo Olympics were postponed by one year, that means we only have to wait three years instead of four for the next Summer Olympics to take place. Tokyo passed the torch to Paris at the end of the two-week-long event, and the city of Paris is already hard at work preparing for the thousands of athletes that will descend upon the city.
Hopefully, we’ll be living in a post-Covid world in 2024 and the athletes will get to fully enjoy the city of Paris and spectators will be allowed to participate in the games. Based on the Olympic Committee, this is exactly what they’re hoping for. Throughout the Tokyo Olympics, the social media accounts of the 2024 Paris Olympics gave sports fans a quick peek at the mockups of the Parisian Olympic venues, and they look amazing.
Here are the venues for the 2024 Paris Olympics:
Skateboarding: Place de la Concorde
Fencing: Grand Palais
Judo: Champs-de-Mars Arena
Archery: Les Invalides
Badminton: Arena Porte de la Chapelle
Tennis: Roland Garros
The 2024 Olympics will take place from July 26 to August 11, 2024. The two-week-event will host 206 nations, 28 sport tournaments, and a total of 306 events. Over 10,500 athletes are expected to attend the games, including the Philippines’ own Olympic athletes.