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The Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes and Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur regions officially submitted their bid for the 2030 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games to the International Olympic Committee on

Tuesday. The proposal, presented by the French National Olympic and Sports Committee (CNOSF), promises to utilize 95% of existing infrastructure, marking a commitment to sustainability. CNOSF President David Lappartient, along with regional presidents Laurent Wauquiez and Renaud Muselier, and Paralympic Committee head Marie-Amélie Le Fur, unveiled the bid's key principles at the Maison du sport français in Paris.

The bid aims to revive the Winter Games in the picturesque French Alps, emphasizing the allure of the natural surroundings. Despite the surprising timing, with the bid prepared before the commencement of the Paris 2024 Games, optimism and confidence surround France's chance to host the 2030 Winter Olympics. Photo by Calips, Wikimedia commons.