The Olympic Games originated in the
ancient Greece.
The first modern Olympic Games also took
place in Greece, Athens (1896...
1924 (Chamonix, France)
16 nations and 293 athletes
2014 (Sochi, Russia)
87 nations and 3 500 athletes
In 1821 the Olympic Games were
revived in Greece.
The modern Olympic Games took from the ancient
Games the following tradi...
The symbol of the Olympic Games was
designed by Baron Pierre de Coubertin
This design is symbolic.
The rings represent the...
Pierre de Coubertin is also the author of the Olympic motto:
"Faster, Higher, Stronger " (Citius! Altius! Fortius!)
He als...
• the Polar Bear, the Hare and the Leopard.
• the Snowflake and the Ray of Light.
Mascots
Unique design: patch-work quilt
25 000 volunteers
Ice Hockey
Figure Skating
Short Track
Speed Skating
Curling
Biathlon
Cross-country Skiing
Alpine Skiing
Rosa Khutor
Alpine Center
Freestyle
Snowboard
Bobsleigh
Sanki
Sliding Center
Skeleton Luge
Ski Jumping
RusSki Gorki
Jumping Center
Nordic Combined
The Olympic Winter Games
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презентация для 6го класса игры в сочи

  1. 1. The Olympic Games originated in the ancient Greece. The first modern Olympic Games also took place in Greece, Athens (1896).
  2. 2. 1924 (Chamonix, France) 16 nations and 293 athletes 2014 (Sochi, Russia) 87 nations and 3 500 athletes
  3. 3. In 1821 the Olympic Games were revived in Greece. The modern Olympic Games took from the ancient Games the following traditions: • The Games are held every 4 years. • The Olympic Oath given by athletes and judges. • The idea that the Olympic Games help to build up peace and cooperation in the world. • The Olympic flame and the torch relay. • Some sport disciplines and some competition rules.
  4. 4. The symbol of the Olympic Games was designed by Baron Pierre de Coubertin This design is symbolic. The rings represent the five inhabited continents of the world. The six colors are those that appear on all the national flags of the world.
  5. 5. Pierre de Coubertin is also the author of the Olympic motto: "Faster, Higher, Stronger " (Citius! Altius! Fortius!) He also said: "The most important thing is not to win but to take part!"
  6. 6. • the Polar Bear, the Hare and the Leopard. • the Snowflake and the Ray of Light. Mascots
  7. 7. Unique design: patch-work quilt
  8. 8. 25 000 volunteers
  9. 9. Ice Hockey
  10. 10. Figure Skating
  11. 11. Short Track
  12. 12. Speed Skating
  13. 13. Curling
  14. 14. Biathlon
  15. 15. Cross-country Skiing
  16. 16. Alpine Skiing Rosa Khutor Alpine Center
  17. 17. Freestyle
  18. 18. Snowboard
  19. 19. Bobsleigh Sanki Sliding Center Skeleton Luge
  20. 20. Ski Jumping RusSki Gorki Jumping Center Nordic Combined
  21. 21. The Olympic Winter Games
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