The olympic Day is held every year the Tuesday, June 23, to mark the formation of the International Olympic Committee (IOC).
Events around the world, which would normally take place on the occasion of the anniversary are to be cancelled or replaced by virtual alternatives.
In France, people are invited to walk, run, bike, scooter or in-line skates 2024 metres, symbolising the fact that the country will be the host of the Olympic Games in 2024.
Participants can travel alone or with others, as long as the social distance, the rules are followed.
Participants are encouraged to take pictures of themselves completing the challenge and share it on social media using the hashtags #Olympic Day, #Défi2024m or by tagging @FranceOlympique.
The #Defi2024m is part of a week of events organised by the CNOSF to mark the Olympic Day.
On 22 June, all the sports federations and the institutions related to the French sports movement are invited to share a photo of them with a sports object.
The Images must then be published to social media with another federation tagged.
The purpose of the exercise is to create a so-called motion sports channel.
And then from 24 to 26 June the three Olympic values of excellence, friendship and respect are celebrated in three days.
The CNOSF is to encourage people to share a moment of sport linked to the value chosen every day in the form of a picture, a text or a quote.
Content around the theme will be shared by the CNOSF followed by debates, each evening, featuring current and former athletes.
Schools across France are encouraged to take part in Olympic Day activities on June 23, which includes a 2024 meters of the race, which can be completed in a relay of the form, either in person or virtually.
If the students are at school during the day, they are encouraged to dress in casual clothing and they are also able to share work related to Olympism, which could take the form of a definition, a poem, or a sporting event.
Students are also encouraged to participate in sports challenges posted on social media by the stars, including freestyle skier Ophélie David and break dancer Martin Lejeune.