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Paris 2024

Bring on Paris 2024

The Paris 2024 Olympic Games begin on 26 July and end 7 August, followed by the Paralympic Games from 28 August to 8 September. Over 19 days of competition, the Olympic Games will feature 10,500 athletes in 329 medal events across 32 sports, including the new Olympic sport of Breaking making its debut. The Paralympic Games will see 4,400 athletes compete in 549 medal events across 22 sports.


Our team at High Performance Sport New Zealand (HPSNZ)'s world-leading technical innovations and globally-recognised experts in disciplines such as Performance Physiology, Performance & Technique Analysis, Performance Nutrition, Sports Science and Strength & Conditioning have been an integral part of New Zealand’s Olympic and Paralympic campaigns for Paris.

Working in partnership with New Zealand’s athletes and coaches 365 days per year, HPSNZ's goal is to support the team and deliver an all-important performance advantage.

In the lead up to and during the Paris Olympic and Paralympic Games, our TikTok channel @insidehpsportnz will bring you unique insights from the athletes themselves and the team behind the team, taking you inside their Paris 2024 campaigns.

Follow us on TikTok, Instagram, Facebook or YouTube to find out more.

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