The town of Alençon is 2 hours from Paris. The L’Etoile Sports Centre sports centre has two separate, dedicated spaces: a regional-level gymnastics room and a national-level table tennis room. It also features social spaces (a separate club house for each discipline), a meeting room, a medical centre and anti-doping testing facility, plus a performing arts room on the first floor.
The Les Coteaux Gymnasium is located in Argences, 2 hours from Paris and 20 minutes from Caen. The facility, which opened in 2017, includes a dojo and a climbing wall. In addition to indoor pursuits, there is also a training facility nearby (athletics track, indoor and outdoor pitches and courts) and an aquatic centre. With all these sports facilities located so close together, the gymnasium is the ideal place for athletes to prepare.
The Grévarin sports complex enjoys a prime location in the town centre, just 10 minutes from the train station (with trains to Paris Saint-Lazare station) and less than 1 hour’s drive from the capital by motorway. The facility was renovated in 2008, and new Gerflor flooring will be installed in the multisports room in June 2020. The complex boasts various additional spaces (meeting room, press room, medical centre, anti-doping testing facility, gym). A handball team currently playing in the Proligue could serve as a training partner. The Vernon Regional Youth and Sports Centre (CRJS) is a 10-minute walk away. These features make it the ideal place to prepare for the 2024 Olympic Games.
The Michel Comont Gymnasium is the ideal place for high-level and elite athletes to prepare. The main room and various additional facilities meet the highest technical standards and are popular with the many professional teams who come here to train.
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The Rabelais Gymnasium is situated in the Paul Vauquelin Multisports Complex, 15 minutes from Rouen city centre and right by the A150 motorway. The gymnasium has among the largest seating capacity in the Rouen urban area (600-seat fixed grandstands and up to 1,000 with mobile grandstands). It also boasts a wide variety of high-quality additional facilities (gym, club house, dojo, athletics track and gymnastics room). There are a further two gymnasiums adjoining the Rabelais Gymnasium, each with facilities measuring 40 m x 20 m. The complex is therefore ideal for preparing for competition in specific disciplines, as well as for more general preparation, with outstanding facilities and services.
The Stéphane Diagana Gymnasium is located in the centre of Pont-Audemer, in an idyllic rural setting yet just 10 minutes from the nearby motorway network, with links to Paris in 1 hour 30 minutes, Le Havre in 40 minutes, Rouen in 30 minutes, and Caen in 45 minutes. The climbing room, which opened in 2007, is a modern facility open to all users. With various additional spaces (team leader’s office, storage facility, gym, boulders, etc.), it is the ideal place for Olympic and Paralympic athletes to prepare for competition.
Located less than 2 hours from Paris, the Pierre Mendès France gymnasium inaugurated in 2017 is a modern piece of equipment accessible to all. Its complementary spaces (meeting room, evolution room, storage space) make it an ideal centre for Olympic and Paralympic preparation.
Halle Pierre Bérégovoy is a sports complex in Mondeville, just a few minutes from Caen. The facility is ideal for basketball (main room, which hosts women’s professional basketball matches) and table tennis (secondary room). The complex also has additional spaces: a meeting room, a restaurant and kitchen, a press room, an office, a treatment room, storage facilities, and more. A gym can even be installed if required. It is the ideal place to prepare for Olympic and Paralympic competition.