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Ahead of Olympics, France seeks to boost role of sport in schools

By France24
28 January 2024   |   8:30 am
President Emmanuel Macron has made a series of announcements aimed at making France a great sporting nation and helping young people be more active. Some have welcomed the initiatives, but others say they fall short.

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