Pierre Vaultier on the 1st step of the snowboardcross podium, Pyeongchang, February 15, 2018

Winter Olympics 2018: Frenchman Pierre Vaultier Wins Gold Medal in Snowboard Cross

The defending Olympic champion, the snowboarder from Serre-Chevalier, Pierre Vaultier, kept his gold medal on Thursday morning at the Olympic Winter Games. And six medals for France! This Thursday, February 15, the Frenchman Pierre Vaultier won the gold medal in snowboardcross at the Olympic Winter Games in Pyeongchang . It retains its Olympic title won at the previous Olympics in Sochi. […]

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Martin Fourcade wins a Gold medal for France at the Winter Olympics

Winter Olympics 2018: Martin Fourcade Gold Medalist in Biathlon

Frenchman Martin Fourcade won gold on Monday in the biathlon pursuit and thus offers France’s third medal at the Winter Olympics. Martin Fourcade takes revenge after a disappointing sprint.  Monday 12th February, he won the gold medal in the pursuit of biathlon. Party with a delay of 22 seconds, he managed to climb the slope, despite a foul shot. But […]

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Perrine Laffont wins the Olympic gold medal in winter Olympics, Sunday, February 11, 2018.

Winter Olmpics 2018: Perrine Laffont Crowned Olympic Champion, Ariège and Pyrenees at the Top

Ariégeoise Perrine Laffont is the pride of the Pyrenees winning an Olympic gold medal in skiing, Sunday 11th February at the Winter Olympics, in South Korea. Ariège, acrobatic skier prodigy Monts d’Olmes, won a gold medal at the 2018 Winter Olympic Games at PyeongChang in South Korea, Sunday 11th February, 2018. Asked a month before the start of the competition, […]

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Paris finally gets confirmation of the Olympics 2024

Olympics 2024: Paris Finally Takes “its” Games

After a century of waiting and failures, Paris finally triumph in winning the 2024 Olympic Games Wednesday at the 131st IOC Session in Lima.  Meanwhile, Los Angeles inherited the 2028 Olympics, after a unanimous show of hands who reserved more suspense since July validation of the principle of this double attribution. This victory is one of […]

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The Olympic Games 2024 from Paris could be broadcast on TF1

Olympic Games 2024: TF1 in the Battle for Broadcasting Rights?

Absent since 1996 and the Atlanta Olympic Games, TF1 could again broadcast the Olympic games in 2024. This is certainly what was suggested by the Deputy Director General of the chain, Ara Aprikian “we look as we look at all major events “. TF1, which has broadcast more Olympics for twenty years, could try to […]

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Los Angeles leaves the 2024 Olympic games in Paris

Olympic Games: Los Angeles leaves the 2024 Olympics in Paris

Los Angeles has confirmed an agreement with the IOC to host the Summer Olympic Games in 2028. Paris is assured to organize the Olympic Games 2024. The French capital will host the Summer Olympics for the first time in 100 years! Los Angeles would host the 2028 Summer Olympics for the third time in its history […]

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Paris will not be a candidate for 2028 Olympics if it does not win 2024 bid

2024 Olympics: Whatever Happens, the city of Paris will not be Candidate for 2028

SPORT:  Paris hope to do it for 2024 … “Paris is not a candidate for 2028.” Étienne Thobois, CEO of the Committee Paris’s bid for the Olympics in 2024, does not beat around the bush. Although the IOC launched the possibility of applying for a double award, the French capital has closed the door. Twice […]

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Just over 50 cities in the world support the Paris bid for the 2024 Olympics

Olympic Games 2024: Over 50 Cities are Supporting the Candidacy of Paris

Slightly more than 50 cities worldwide, often in Europe and Africa, announced Thursday their support for the Paris bid for the Olympic Games in 2024. There are slightly more than 50 cities worldwide for the French capital. Paris “has the assets and the will to give a new breath to the Olympic values. These games […]

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Paris starts the campaign to host the 2024 Olympic Games

Olympic Games: LA and Paris Open to the World, Budapest Waits

This Friday marks the start of the campaign set by the IOC to host the Olympic Games in 2024. Paris and Los Angeles (United States) will launch their communication strategy, Budapest (Hungary) will have to wait a referendum before deciding. Los Angeles and Paris, candidate cities for the 2024 Olympics, are preparing to leave their […]

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Bradley Wiggins announced his retirement at age 36.

Cycling: Bradley Wiggins, winner of the 2012 Tour, Announces Retirement

SPORT: Bradley Wiggins, the winner of the Tour de France in 2012 has announced his retirement from the sport … The winner of the 2012 Tour de France announced his retirement on Wednesday. 36 years old, he remains the first British to win the Tour de France. Bradley Wiggins began his career at the French […]

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