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Sports and shows! Here is the festive program Festival Jogging, 11 au 17 juillet, at the Carreau du Temple, which offers a foretaste of the Olympics (in Tokyo this year and in Paris in 2024) by mixing sporting events, sports lessons, disabled sports, video installations and participatory events.

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On the program, during the day: free or paid classes (€5) in hula-hoop, krump, voguing, yoga, aikido, pilates, rollerblading, muay-thai, taught by certified professionals. The badminton courts and ping-pong tables are freely accessible. And disabled sports are not forgotten with blind football (football for the blind), boccia (bowling), kinball (a ball game) and inclusive dances.

The festival is punctuated by shows, in the afternoon or evening, of contemporary dances that involve the body.

But the highlight of the festival will undoubtedly be the Roller dance party on the evening of July 14. When the Carreau du Temple turns into a giant roller track.

full program

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© Martine Patine

The Tile of the Temple
4 rue Eugène Spuller 75003, Paris
Monday to Friday from 10AM to 21PM
Saturday from 10 a.m. to 19 p.m.
Tel: +01 83 81 93 30

Text: Katia Barillot

02.07.20

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