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We’re going for gold this summer

We’re delighted to be official travel partner to Team GB and ParalympicsGB for the Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic games this summer.

Together we go further

On your marks, get set... the Olympics and Paralympics are coming to Paris in 2024 and we are over the moon to be official travel partner to Team GB and ParalympicsGB.

And as the city prepares to play host to thousands of the world’s greatest athletes, we’re limbering up to ferry almost 600 of Britain’s finest sportsmen and women to the Olympic Games.

Add to that the thousands upon thousands of excited fans who will be joining us on board this August and September, and we’re in for quite a summer!

Meet our ambassadors

We’re not just rooting for our athletes on their journey to the podium. We’re also proud to support the following Olympians and Paralympians as partner ambassadors. Allow us to introduce them to you...

Andrea Sirieix

Aged just 19, Andrea Spendolini-Sirieix has been diving for 11 years, becoming Britain’s most successful female diver of all time.

Andrea has already qualified for the Paris 2024 Games in 10m synchronized diving, cementing her status as a world-class competitor.

Before she can fulfil her university aspirations, Andrea has a target in mind she wants to reach first: medaling at the Paris 2024 Olympic Games.

“If I get a medal, that's incredible. I want to go there and beat my personal best.”

Kid Karam

Aged 26, Kid Karam is one of the most talented B-Boys to come out of the United Kingdom in many years.

Even if not yet qualified, his silver medal from the WDSF European Breaking Championships shows that Kid Karam is at the forefront of Team GB’s efforts to win a medal at the Olympic Games in Paris 2024.

“I suppose I feel like an outsider, but I want to use that to my advantage and shock the world.”


Aged 29, Sunni is arguably the most accomplished breaker to ever come out of the UK, two-time solo winner of the UK B-Boy Championships World Finals.

Sunni’s breaking took a big leap whilst he was travelling across Southeast Asia, and has gone on to win battles all over the world with his unpredictable and unique flow.

A proud part of Team GB, motivated to qualify, Sunni has his sights firmly set on medaling at breaking’s inaugural appearance at the Paris 2024 Olympic Games.

Joseph Lane

25-year-old Joseph is a para-taekwondo athlete. He made the transition over to para-taekwondo when he heard that it had become the second official contact sport on the Paralympics program, after judo.

After an intense training period, he was selected for the Paralympic taekwondo tournament at Tokyo 2020.

He took home a bronze medal from the European Para-Championships 2023 in Rotterdam, and is working hard to qualify for the Paris 2024 Paralympics.

“I would say... don’t be scared to take a risk!”

On your marks, get set... go!

A home from home

Celebrate the Olympic Games at Team GB House in Paris alongside Olympic legends and Team GB themselves.

Watch the action on big screens, enjoy exclusive hospitality, and meet special guests including Jessica Ennis-Hill and more.

Team GB House is located minutes from the buzz of central Paris at the historic Pavillon d'Armenonville in the Bois de Boulogne.

Get tickets to Team GB House - A home from home (opens in a new tab)

Summer in Paris

Paris always shines when the mercury climbs. But the Summer Olympics are sure to add an extra buzz. On top of the spectacular sporting events, there are plenty of outdoor activities.

Plan your summer - Summer in Paris

The greener way to go for gold

We’re the greener way to get to the Olympic Games. Taking the train from London to Paris emits an average of 96% less CO₂ emissions than travelling by plane*.

Find out more - The greener way to go for gold

Grab your ticket to Paris for the Olympic Games

The race is on. You can now book Eurostar tickets to Paris for the Olympic Games. But don’t hang around – they’re selling faster than your favourite athlete’s sprint finish.

Book now - Grab your ticket to Paris for the Olympic Games

“We’re preparing for more than one million passengers to travel with us to the French capital during these exciting and unforgettable events. We are very proud to be the official travel partner of Team GB and ParalympicsGB for the Paris 2024 Games.”

François Le Doze, Chief Commercial Officer

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*The analysis by EcoRes uses average CO₂ emissions per passenger travelling 1km. The calculations used 2022 internal data from the entire Eurostar-Thalys network (annual consumption of traction electricity, number of passengers transported, number of km travelled by these passengers), and CO₂ emission factors attributed to traction electricity produced in the respective countries crossed. For thermal cars, the emissions factor used is average for a combustion-powered car (averaged fuel) on a long-distance journey at 171gCO₂/km considering 2.2 person per car, taken from the ADEME (French Agency for Ecological Transition) Carbon Base. Calculations for the average CO₂ emissions per passenger for flights used combustion emissions from the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) calculator, with additional upstream emissions data (WTT) based on DGAC (direction Générale de l’aviation civile) ratio of 22%. Non-CO₂ effects (condensation trails and cirrus clouds) were not taken into account. More information on

Calculations taken from an independent study carried out by EcoRes SCRL in July 2023.

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