Summer Olympics 2024 Medal Events Schedule

The 2024 Summer Olympics, officially known as the Games of the XXXIII Olympiad, will be held in Paris, France from July 26 to August 11, 2024. Over 10,500 athletes from more than 200 countries will compete in 329 medal events across 33 sports.

The opening ceremony will take place on July 26 at the Stade de France stadium. The competitions will kick off the next day, July 27, and conclude with the closing ceremony on August 11.

Below is the schedule for the medal events at the 2024 Paris Olympics:

Summer Olympics 2024 Medal Events Schedule

Archery

The archery competition at the 2024 Olympics will feature 5 medal events held from July 25 to August 4:

  • Men’s Individual
  • Women’s Individual
  • Men’s Team
  • Women’s Team
  • Mixed Team

Badminton

Badminton at the Paris Games will have 5 medal events contested from July 27 to August 5:

  • Men’s Singles
  • Women’s Singles
  • Men’s Doubles
  • Women’s Doubles
  • Mixed Doubles

Basketball

Both the men’s and women’s basketball tournaments will take place from July 27 to August 11, with each featuring 1 gold medal event.

Boxing

Olympic boxing will award medals across 13 weight classes for men and women. The competitions run from July 27 to August 4, with the finals on August 6 to 10.

Breaking

Breaking makes its Olympic debut in Paris with 2 medal events – men’s individual and women’s individual. The finals will be held on August 9 and 10.

Canoeing

Canoeing has 10 medal events divided between canoe sprint and canoe slalom. Canoe sprint will feature 6 events from July 27 to August 1 and August 3 to 10. The canoe slalom program has 4 medals up for grabs from July 27 to August 1.

Cycling

There are 12 medals in track cycling, 4 in road cycling, 2 in BMX freestyle, 2 in BMX racing, and 2 in mountain biking. Cycling events run from July 27 to August 11.

Equestrian

Equestrian competitions will hand out medals in 6 events – team and individual competitions in dressage, eventing, and jumping – held from July 27 to August 6.

Fencing

Fencers will battle it out for 12 medals across individual and team foil, epee, and sabre events between July 27 and August 4.

Field Hockey

The men’s and women’s field hockey tournaments at the 2024 Olympics will each feature 1 medal event, contested from July 27 to August 9.

Golf

Men’s and women’s golf will award 2 medals each. The competitions are scheduled for August 1-4 and August 7-10.

Gymnastics

There are 14 medal events in artistic gymnastics held from July 27 to August 5 and August 8 to 10. Rhythmic gymnastics also hands out 2 medals while trampoline will award 2 medals.

Handball

The men’s and women’s handball competitions will each have 1 gold medal event. The tournaments run from July 24-25, July 27 to August 4, with the medal matches on August 6 and 11.

Judo

15 judo medals will be up for grabs from July 27 to August 3 across individual and team events for men and women.

Modern Pentathlon

The modern pentathlon competition comprising fencing, swimming, riding and laser-run will award medals in 2 events – men’s individual and women’s individual – from August 8 to 11.

Rowing

There are 14 rowing finals featuring men’s and women’s events in single, double, quadruple, four, pair, eight, and lightweight double sculls. Rowing is scheduled for July 27 to August 1.

Rugby

Rugby sevens will stage 2 medal events – one each for men and women. The tournaments run from July 24-25 and July 27 to 30.

Sailing

The sailing competition will award 10 medals across different classes and events. Racing will take place from July 28 to August 8.

Shooting

Shooters will vie for 15 gold medals in rifle, pistol, shotgun, and running target events held from July 27 to August 5.

Skateboarding

Skateboarding will hand out 4 medals – men’s and women’s street and park competitions scheduled for July 27-28 and August 6-7.

Soccer

The men’s and women’s football tournaments will each feature 1 medal event. The women’s tournament is from July 24-25, 27-28, 30-31, and August 2, 5-6, 8-10. The men’s event runs from July 27-28, 30-31 and August 2-3, 5-6, 8-10.

Sport Climbing

Sport climbing’s Olympic debut will feature 2 medals in the combined men’s and women’s event from August 5-10.

Surfing

There will be 2 surfing medals – men’s and women’s – awarded at the 2024 Summer Games. Competition dates are from July 27-30.

Swimming

Swimmers will race for 35 medals in pool events including freestyle, backstroke, breaststroke, butterfly, individual medley, and relays. Competition runs from July 27 to August 1.

Diving hands out 8 medals while artistic swimming awards 2. Marathon swimming (2) and water polo (2) make up the other swimming medals.

Table Tennis

Table tennis has 5 medal events – men’s and women’s singles, doubles, and mixed doubles – contested from July 27 to August 10.

Taekwondo

Taekwondo competitions from August 7-10 will award 8 medals across different weight categories for men and women.

Tennis

Tennis will stage 5 tournaments – men’s singles and doubles, women’s singles and doubles, and mixed doubles – awarding medals from July 27 to August 4.

Track and Field

Athletics competition will hand out the most medals (48) across various running, jumping, throwing and combined events. The program runs from August 1-11.

Triathlon

Triathletes will vie for 3 medals – men’s and women’s individual triathlon and mixed team relay triathlon. Races are slated for July 30-31 and August 5.

Volleyball

Indoor volleyball will award 2 medals each in the men’s and women’s tournaments held from July 27 to August 11.

Beach volleyball will also award 2 medals.

Weightlifting

Weightlifters will compete for 10 medals from August 7-11 across different weight categories for men and women.

Wrestling

Wrestlers will grapple for 11 medals in Greco-Roman, freestyle, and women’s events. The competition is from August 5-11.

Greco Roman wrestling will feature 6 weight classes.

That covers all the 329 medal events scheduled for the 2024 Summer Olympic Games in Paris. From the opening ceremony on July 26 to the Closing ceremony on August 11, the world’s best athletes are set to battle for the coveted gold.

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