Kevin Mayer, Decathlon world record holder, will be participating in the Paris meeting on Saturday, June 18.
Montpellier's Dromois resident will compete in the 110m hurdles. The length and weight are part of a triathlon that brings together French experts in combined events.
Kevin Mayer had previously participated in the Paris meeting on the blue track at the Charlety stadium. It was in 2019. It was in 2019. It is still the benchmark performance.
"This appointment is very dear to my heart. This competition has worked for me since the beginning. The support from the spectators helps me transcend myself and pushes me to be my best. I will be able take valuable landmarks there one month before the world champions in Eugene," says the decathlon from La Roche-de-Glun.
Kevin Mayer will not be the only "regional" competitor in this triathlon. Makenson Gletty, however, will be his opponent. The Haut-Savoyard, who is also based in Montpellier has a record 7,978 points in this decathlon.