HAUTE-GARONNE, NEW PLAYGROUND IN THE HEART OF THE SOUTH-WEST FOR THE OLYMPIC FLAME!

HAUTE-GARONNE, NEW PLAYGROUND IN THE HEART OF THE SOUTH-WEST FOR THE OLYMPIC FLAME!
HAUTE-GARONNE, NEW PLAYGROUND IN THE HEART OF THE SOUTH-WEST FOR THE OLYMPIC FLAME!

Nearly 150 Flame Bearers thrilled the audience

The day started in Revel with the inspiring story of Jérôme Bernard. This father, entrepreneur and volunteer, has been fighting for years to make sport, particularly running, more accessible to people with disabilities. A triple amputee, he created an association to promote diversity between athletes and para athletes, launching daring challenges, the most recent being the GR20 in Corsica Jérôme embodies living proof that anything is possible with determination.

Haute-Garonne is a land of champions, with leading figures from the world of sport. The public was able to greet Nodjialem Myaro, world handball champion in 2003, Guillaume Restes, goalkeeper of the Toulouse Football Club, Brianna Vidé, one of the hopes for the Paris 2024 Paralympic Games in para-fencing but also Coralie Gonzalez , member of the French Goalball team and Claude Onesta, star player and then coach of the national handball team.

Thibo InShape, a famous French YouTuber with more than 18 million subscribers, and Big Flo and Oli, the leading rappers from Toulouse, were also applauded on the roads of the Torch Relay.

In Toulouse, Badminton at the heart of the collective relay

Toulouse is a large pool of badistas, which has seen the emergence of stars of the discipline like Bernard de Pérignon. Through this collective relay, the French Badminton Federation conveyed strong values ​​of team spirit, diversity and diversity. Florence Delgal, four-time French para badminton champion in women’s doubles, was captain of this collective relay. As a school teacher, she embodies among her students the essential values ​​of surpassing oneself, inclusion and transmission.

Tomorrow, the Olympic Flame will approach the Atlantic Ocean. It will travel to the Gers and highlight its nickname of “little Tuscany”. Its journey will begin in L’Isle-Jourdain, will reach Mirande, Fleurance, Marciac, Condom, Nogaro to finish his race in Auch.

On May 20, the D-100 of the Paralympic Games will also be celebrated on the roads of the Torch Relay, in the Atlantic Pyrenees.

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