2024 most important sports events!

2024 most important sports events!

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Between the Olympic Games in Paris and the major football leagues, 2024 will be a year for all kinds of athletes and sports fans.

Today, we are showcasing some of the most important sports events. If you are an athlete looking to train and fully practise your favourite sports in 2024, remember that CBD products such as CBD oils, hemp, and cannabis can be part of your daily routine for better performance!

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But let's go back to the major solar event you will enjoy in 2024:

The Olympics: 26 July-11 August

'We want a great party,' said Étienne Thobois, CEO of the Paris 2024 Organising Committee, and the first Olympics to be held in Europe since London 2012 will undoubtedly be a great spectacle, given the programme of the opening ceremony with the team presentation parade along the Seine. Once on dry land, they will compete in the usual sports plus four new ones, including breakdancing and skateboarding.

The Paralympics: 28 August - 8 September

As in Tokyo three years ago, the Paralympics in Paris will feature 22 sports, with 4,400 athletes involved in 11 days of competition. Again, repeating Tokyo would be a success, with 14 gold, 29 silver and 26 bronze medals.

Six Nations: 2 February/16 March (men) and 23 March/27 April (women)

Four months after spectating the Rugby World Cup final, the magnificent '6' from the North returned to the field in the oldest tournament, the Six Nations. Ireland, winners of the Grand Slam, will travel to Marseille for an opening match against France in a debut that also looks like the 'missed final' of the World Cup, featuring the two biggest disappointments of the World Cup.

  • Without Captain Owen Farrell, England would come to enjoy the warm Roman sun the next day. Wales and Scotland will do battle in Cardiff. The favourite remains Ireland, although, with this autumn's defeat against New Zealand in one of the most beautiful and dramatic matches in rugby history, it can be said that the cycle is over. If we were to bet on anyone, we would put a few euros on Scotland.

A week after the men's end, the women will take the field, and for England, this means putting the trophy back up for grabs after the 2023 Grand Slam in front of 58,498 spectators at Twickenham, a record number for a women's match. Italy will be looking to confirm their excellent performance this autumn.

Wimbledon: 1 July-14 July

The 2024 Championships will have to match the drama of the 2023 edition, as it culminated with Marketa Vondrousova becoming the first non-headline player to win the women's singles title by beating Ons Jabeur. Then, 24 hours later, Carlos Alcaraz secured his second Grand Slam title with a victory over Novak Djokovic in an epic men's final. As for us Italians, will Berrettini be back to the levels of three years ago? Will Sinner also prove to be a player for grass?

The Tour de France and Women's Tour de France: 29 June-21 July, 12 August-18 August

The 111th edition of cycling's most prestigious event will see one of the first novelties, namely the setting up of the Grand Départ in Italy (in Florence, to be precise) and the conclusion of the race in Nice, instead of Paris. Dane Jonas Vingegaard will try to win his third consecutive title, while Mark Cavendish aims to break the record of 34 Tour stage victories that he shares with Eddy Merckx, having delayed his plans to retire from the sport.

Formula 1 World Championship, 2 March - 8 December

Significant changes will characterise the new Formula 1 season. Firstly, the calendar will be extended to 24 races, a record. This is the maximum number of races the sport considers feasible for teams and personnel. Also new are the two opening races, in Bahrain and Saudi Arabia, which will be held on consecutive Saturdays. F1 has also confirmed that there will be six sprint races: in China, Miami, Austria, Austin, Brazil and Qatar. As for predictions, Max Verstappen and Red Bull were imperious in 2023, and everything indicates that it will be the same in 2024.

Boxing: Tyson Fury vs Oleksandr Usyk 17 February

It is better late than never as regards the fight that everyone would have liked to see just before Christmas and valid for the reunification of the heavyweight title between Tyson Fury, British WBC world champion, and Ukrainian Oleksandr Usyk, holder of the Wba, Wbo and Ibf crowns.

It will take place in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, on 17 February. It is an extraordinary event, think that the reunification of the title has not happened for 25 years: in 1999 Lennox Lewis, one of the few boxers to have won it three times together with Muhammad Ali, Evander Holyfield and Vitali Klitschko, succeeded in doing so.

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