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As the excitement builds for the upcoming Olympic Paris 2024 Games. A cloud of uncertainty hovers over the water-based events, particularly those set to take place in the iconic Seine River. Recent events have underscored the challenges that organizers and athletes may face as they prepare for this prestigious sporting spectacle.

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In a disheartening turn of events, water pollution in the Seine River has reached alarming levels. Leading to the cancellation of two swimming events over the weekend. This setback arose just as two other events managed to successfully unfold on Thursday and Friday. As the global spotlight shifts toward the Paris Olympics, concerns are mounting. There seems to be no backup plan in place for the swimming events scheduled to transpire in the river.

Triathlete Kristian Blummenfelt shared his apprehensions as he voiced his worries about the quality of the river water. I always dive with [an] open mouth. It's not going to be funny if I wake up tomorrow morning with whatever. He candidly expressed before bravely taking the plunge into the Seine River on Wednesday, August 16. This sentiment encapsulates the anxieties many athletes may share as they navigate the uncharted waters of the river.

To acclimate themselves to the unique challenges posed by the river currents, athletes embarked on water-testing endeavours on Wednesday. These tests preceded four days of intense triathlon test events, crucial precursors to the Paris 2024 Olympics.

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The organizers can't escape the harsh reality of the situation: the recent trial runs have yielded mixed results. While the men's and women's triathlons proceeded as intended on Thursday and Friday. The swimming stages faced unfortunate cancellations for the weekend's para-triathlon and mixed relay races. This disappointing turn of events was necessitated by the detection of alarmingly. High levels of E. coli bacteria in the river water.

Water quality tests conducted in the hours leading up to Saturday's events unveiled significant discrepancies. As noted by the organizing committee in an official statement. The Paris Olympics organizing committee, in conjunction with the governing body. World Triathlon, had no choice but to acknowledge. That the water quality fell short of the essential standards required for safe competition.

The predicament is eerily reminiscent of a situation that unfolded just weeks prior. The 2023 World Aquatics Open Water Swimming World Cup faced a similar fate. When the rampant pollution levels in the Seine forced the cancellation of its races. Despite the

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