The countdown is on to the 2024 Paris Olympics and, in time-honoured tradition, we get to see what Australia’s athletes will be wearing for the Games’ opening ceremony on July 26.

Sportscraft, which has designed the opening ceremony uniforms for the 10th time, showed off the new formal attire at a special event at Clovelly Surf Life Saving Club on April 17 – 100 days out from the Olympics.

The look is sporty-chic, with teal linen blazers, beige chino shorts, and white cotton T-shirts and tank tops with green and gold trims. Sportscraft’s signature pleated skirts, with a green and gold ombre design, is inspired by a Parisian sunset, says the brand.

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Each athlete’s blazer features the Australian Olympians’ oath sewn into the lining, and in a nod to sporting heroes of previous summer Olympics, it features every single previous gold medallist’s name (all 301 of them).

There’s also artwork by Indigenous boxer-turned-artist Paul Fleming and Torres Strait Island artist David Bosun on the pocket squares and in a scarf. And Volley, in its fourth Olympic partnership, has made custom shoes for the athletes.

The uniform was modelled by nine athletes all hoping to represent Australia in Paris, including Matildas player Michelle Heyman, breakdancer Jeff Dunne and sprinter Torrie Lewis.