The 2024 Paralympics in Paris won’t open in stadium


              FILE- Visitors walk towards planted fields on the Champs Elysees near the "Place de la Concorde" (Concorde's square) monument in Paris, Sunday, May 23, 2010. Some 4,400 of the world's best athletes, parading down France's most famous boulevard with their prosthetic limbs, mobility chairs and stories of adversities overcome, to a grand celebration of their prowess and sports on the Paris square where the French revolutionaries of 1789 chopped off heads. (AP Photo/Jacques Brinon, File)
            
              FILE- The empty Champs Elysees avenue, with the Obelisque on Concorde square in background, is pictured, Thursday, Nov. 11, 2021 in Paris. Some 4,400 of the world's best athletes, parading down France's most famous boulevard with their prosthetic limbs, mobility chairs and stories of adversities overcome, to a grand celebration of their prowess and sports on the Paris square where the French revolutionaries of 1789 chopped off heads. (AP Photo/Francois Mori, File)
            
              FILE- Empty Champs Elysees avenue as the 7 p.m curfew starts in Paris, France, on Saturday, March 20, 2021. Some 4,400 of the world's best athletes, parading down France's most famous boulevard with their prosthetic limbs, mobility chairs and stories of adversities overcome, to a grand celebration of their prowess and sports on the Paris square where the French revolutionaries of 1789 chopped off heads. (AP Photo/Rafael Yaghobzadeh, File)