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At 27, he is one of the most successful tightrope walkers in the world. In 1989, the tightrope walker Philippe Petit achieved the feat for the centenary of the Eiffel Tower. Nathan Paulin was already in December 2017, the world record holder for the highline, after the challenge taken on the Telethon. In 2019, he returned to the Eiffel Tower, during the Telethon. He had walked a stackline between 2 pillars of the Tower, connecting the 1st and 2nd floors.
The President of the Republic Emmanuel Macron received on Monday, September 13 the Olympic and Paralympic medalists from Tokyo to “celebrate” and “prepare” the Paris 2024 Olympics, Games “at home” where it will be necessary to “do much more” in term of medals.
The Paralympic flag arrived in the capital and was hoisted in front of the City Hall in the presence of many medal-winning athletes at the Tokyo Games.
After being canceled at the last moment on February 29, 2020, the day before the race, due to the Covid pandemic, the event is back this Sunday, September 5.
The 89th edition of the world’s largest endurance race took place on 21 and 22 August 2021.
After the close of the 32nd Olympic Games, Paris takes up the torch for the 2024 session.
The 17th edition of GEMAB started on July 23 and ended on August 1. On this occasion, activities, workshops, exhibitions, games and demonstrations are offered to the public.
The challenge is to organize the largest international hot-air balloon event in the world for ten days in the heart of Europe.
Saturday July 10, the Mayor of Paris inaugurated the 20th edition of Paris Plages. It will end on August 22 and will be governed by strict sanitary provisions.
At the Ernest-Argeles stadium in Blagnac, the Auvergnates won the French Elite 1 championship, for the third time in their history, at the expense of the Blagnacaises (8-13).
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