Games. Both the French capital and the North American city will be hosting the Olympic Games and Paralympics for the third time in their history.
Horse riding. Barcelona once again becomes the world capital for equestrianism from 28 September to 1 October, with the 106th International Show Jumping Competition.
Triathlon. This year's edition has opted for a white shirt, and the women's garment will bear the hashtag #mujerestriatletas, from the campaign fostering women's participation.
Ajuts. The Barcelona Institute of Sports is promoting extra-curricular school sport with 6 million euros in grants for children from families who need it most.
Fitness Festival 2017. Thousands of people gathered in Av. Maria Cristina to take part in the biggest fitness class in the world.
Events. European Week of Sport aims to increase the percentage of people getting regular exercise throughout the year and promote sport all around Europe.
TICB. Different indoor football teams for people with intellectual functional diversity meet this weekend to enjoy sport and two days together.
Triathlon. A year on and Barcelona’s beach area, with the La Mar Bella Municipal Sports Centre as its nerve centre, will be the city’s chosen venue once again for one the year's big sports events.
La Mercè festivities. The city's co-patron saint festivities are making sure to include sports in this year's activities programme. A wide range of events have been planned to get participants sweating.
Events. A round table is being held at the Museu Olímpic i de l'Esport on 21 September, to discuss the importance that the Paralympic Games had on both sports and social levels.