Famillathlon 2018 at Paris Champs de Mars

On Sunday September 23, 2018, the Famillathlon is back at Paris Champs de Mars and other cities throughout France to initiate the youngest ones to sport while gathering families around playful activities! Don’t miss this yearly event offering a whole range of free sporting activities for all ages at the foot of the Eiffel Tower.

Regarding the Ile de France region, the Famillathlon 2018 is back this Sunday September 23, 2018 at the Champs de Mars and in Saint-Cloud. The principle is rather simple, bringing families and associations together for various sporting activities in order to raise awareness on the benefits of practicing a sport.

In France, about 94% of the surveyed parents say that spending some family time is a priority. Yet, about 31% share less than 30 minutes with their children for leisure or sporting activities per week. Most of them consider it insufficient and frustrating. What about changing things by finding the perfect activity-ies likely to please everyone?

The Famillathlon aims at making you all discover or rediscover how pleasant and benefiting sport and sporting activities can be, and motivating families to take time for practicing these activities regularly! With about forty sporting activities in free access, the Famillathlon is the perfect opportunity to initiate children to tennis, rugby, climbing…

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Don’t forget to get your PLAN and your PASS at the reception stand! They will enable you to know the program of the day and to go to the various stands and win prizes by taking part in sports and animations!

Program at the Champs de Mars:

  • Athletics
  • Football referee
  • Rowing
  • Cricket
  • Baseball
  • Boxing
  • KickBoxing
  • Circus
  • Dodgeball
  • Chess
  • Fencing
  • Steps
  • Gateball
  • Swedish gym
  • Handball
  • Weightlifting
  • Möllky (pins)
  • Zango / Qwan Ki Do
  • Skateboard
  • Self Defense
  • Zumba
  • Contact Sport
  • Tai chi
  • Kung Fu
  • Qi gong
  • Tennis
  • Archery
  • Archery for blind people
  • Football for blind people, wheelchair basket
  • Handibike
  • Adapted sport
  • Tandem for blind people
  • Suited and intergenerational sporting activities

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Among the novelties:

  • Pétanque/Provençal game
  • Plumfoot
  • Quidditch

But the Famillathlon also includes informative animations and activities:
nutrition, drug prevention, domestic accidents, clean hands, sport and health, alcohol tour, tobacco addiction and sun, life-saving techniques, defibrillator, CVA, driver courtesy, road prevention, sport and therapeutic prescription.

For the record, the Famillathlon includes:

  • 60,000 participants in France and in Europe, all generations and cultures combined
  • 400 volunteers
  • 230 associations, clubs, leagues present to host activities
  • 12 participating cities
    • Sunday September 17: Nevers (58), Belfort (90) and Marseille (13)
    • Saturday September 16: Dreux (28)
    • Saturday September 24: Magné-Auxences (86)
    • Sunday September 25: Paris (75) at the Champs de Mars, Claye-sous-Bois (78), Saint-Cloud (92) and Luzarche (95)
    • Exceptional date: Sunday October 2: Bouzy (51)
  • Political personalities and high-level athletes (active participation from sport ambassadors in Paris)

Created in 2005, the Famillathlon association aims at developing the pleasure of practicing a sporting activity in order to limit health issues. The event is also the opportunity for parents to discover the harmful effects of addictions – drugs and other screens – and to train to first-aid techniques…

So, the event will enable everyone to have fun without any discrimination and since the admission is free, this exceptional day is something you shouldn’t miss!

My B.
Last updated on 18 September 2018

Practical information

Opening Time
On 23 September 2018
From 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

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    Location

    2 allée Adrienne Lecouvreur
    75007 Paris 7

    Prices
    Free

    Recommended age
    For all

    Official website
    www.famillathlon.org

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