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MARCH 21 - 30 / 1PM - 7:30PM THE GALLERY, ALLIANCE FRANÇAISE DE SINGAPOUR Get direction

From Tuesday to Friday: 1:00 PM – 7:30 PM, on Saturdays: 9:00 AM – 5:30 PM

On the occasion of the 2024 Olympic Games, the Alliance Française de Singapour is delighted to collaborate with the National Sport Museum to celebrate the little-known history of women in sport. Olympic Games and women have long had contradictory, and even hostile, destinies. Excluded de facto from the Olympics movement during its modern iteration at the end of the 19th century, it took decades for sportswomen to gradually acquire their rightful place in sport – in the Olympics movement in particular. From pioneering leaders such as Alice Milliat, who created the Women World Games in 1922, to great French and foreign athletes such as Christine Caron, Marie-José Pérec, Laure Manaudou, and more recently Clarisse Agbegnenou or Simone Biles, the exhibition shows the spectacular progress made in 130 years from the exclusion of women to the fight for parity.

Presented by 

Voilah Partner Logos Alliance Francaise Singapour

In partnership with 

Musee National Du Sport

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