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Olympic Games 2024 in Paris: where and at what time to see the flame in Haute-Savoie and Chamonix, route for June 23

Olympic Games 2024 in Paris: where and at what time to see the flame in Haute-Savoie and Chamonix, route for June 23

Olympic Games 2024 in Paris: where and at what time to see the flame in Haute-Savoie and Chamonix, route for June 23

After the Chaudreau Vert race the previous day at the ebullient Stade Geoffroy-Guichard in Saint-Etienne, the Olympic torch relay will receive a small boost in the 39th stage, which will take place in Haute-Savoie.

This Sunday, June 23rd, is synonymous with Olympic Day, celebrated all over the world and perhaps a little more strongly in Haute-Savoie, which is emphasized throughout this day, which will begin quite early with the first of eight fragments. From 8:15 am the first of the day’s 171 porters will depart fromHotel department in Annecy until 8:30 am. He will then leave Evian-les-Bains at 8:45 for traveling more than an hour around the city, including a collective relay race. Golf will be the focus at Evian Resort Golf Club, which annually hosts one of the LPGA Tour’s five major tournaments. This relay will be led by Magali Genevrey, a commissioner dedicated to this discipline for more than 20 years. Evian’s segment ends at 10 a.m. in Dolphus Park.

At 10:20 am, Ery-sur-Albi will emerge from anonymity for twenty minutes. Annemasse then at 12:05 it will move from its station to Liberation Square at 13:05.

High point of the French resistance during World War II. Glier plateau in Filhere it will be celebrated from 14:40 to 15:00. Keys will continue at 15:55 from Esert Square to the Town Hall at 16:55.

Exenevex will shine at 6:05 p.m. with rowing practice until 6:25 p.m. Without further ado, at 18:40. Chamonix-Mont-Blanc will be the final stage of the torch relay day. Arriving at Montenvers station, the convoy will wander through the streets of the city to reach the Aiguille du Midi cable car. He will then pass the Olympic Stadium and in front of the Ski and Mountaineering School before his day’s destination, Place Mont Blanc, to light the cauldron at 7:20 p.m.

Source: Le Parisien

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