Here are the official ambassadors for this Paris World Games edition
Bernard Lama (since 2017)
After Christian Karembeu in 2015 and Gaëtane Thiney in 2016, the Paris World Games welcome again this year a prestigious sponsorship in the person of Bernard Lama. The former French goalkeeper was notably world champion in 1998 and Europe champion in 2000 with the national team.
He was the emblematic goalkeeper of the PSG in the 1990s, and is now responsible for promoting and developing sport in French Guyana, where he spent his childhood.
Bernard Lama, beyond being an exemplary professional, represents the values of universality, sportiness and diversity of the Paris World Games.
Evan Fournier (official ambassador in 2017)
Young and talented shooting guard of the French team, Evan Fournier took part in the 2014 world championships as well as in the 2015 EuroBasket where the national team collected the bronze medal each time.
After making his club debut in the French championship, he moved to the NBA for the Denver Nuggets, then joined the Orlando Magic in the 2014/2015 season where he is a regular holder.
Evan Fournier is totally in line with the values of universality, sportiness and diversity of Paris World Games.
Dimitri Szarzewski (official ambassador in 2018)
Dimitri is a French rugby union footballer, currently playing for Racing Metro 92 in the Top 14. His usual position is at hooker, and he has also represented France.
Dimitri captained France on various occasions and has won silver-medal in the World Cup 2011 (he also played in the World Cup in 2007 and 2015). He also won 3 times 6 nations tournament (including a great slam in 2010). He also won twice the French League (in 2007 with Stade Français and in 2016 as captain of Racing 92).
Dimitri is totally in line with the values of universality, sportiness and diversity of Paris World Games.