How Olympics came to Vancouver•On July 2, 2003 the IOC (International Olympic Committee) was going toannounce where the 2010 Olympics were going to be. The final three ( Therewere 8 to start with) were Vancouver and Whistler (Canada), Pyeongchang(South Korea) or Prague (Czech Republic). It was given to Vancouver andWhistler, and people there started celebrating.
Where the Winter Olympics have beenWinter Olympics locations 1924 - Chamonix, France If you do not know how to 1928 - St. Moritz, Switzerland pronounce the names of the 1932 - Lake Placid, New York USA 1936 - Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany countries or cities watch the 1940 - Not held* video on slide 7. 1944 - Not held* 1948 - St. Moritz, Switzerland 1952 - Oslo, Norway 1956 - Cortina dAmpezzo, Italy 1960 - Squaw Valley, California USA Did you know? 1964 - Innsbruck, Austria 1968 - Grenoble, France 1972 - Sapporo, Japan The Olympics did not take place 1976 - Innsbruck, Austria in 1940 and 1944 because of 1980 - Lake Placid, N.Y. World War 2 1984 - Sarajevo, Yugoslavia 1988 - Calgary, Alberta, Canada 1992 - Albertville, France 1994 - Lillehammer, Norway 1998 - Nagano, Japan 2002 - Salt Lake City, Utah USA 2006 - Turin, Italy 2010 - Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada 2014 - Sochi, Russia
The Olympic Torch RelayThere is one very amazing thing that made this Olympics so great.That was how patriotic Canadians were. What made Canadians sopatriotic was how the Olympic torch went all across Canada. It madeall Canadians become a part of the Olympic games. The Torchmade an amazing journey over 1,000 communities across Canadastarting in Victoria and ending in Vancouver. This video is about the Torch going across Canada.
The lead up problems There were many problems before the games, some of the many problems were:• Almost 30,000 spectators got turned away from Cypress to view the sports up there because the standing room was unsafe because of too much water.• It was raining, not snowing at Cypress Mountain so they had to import snow from other mountains• Luger Nodar Kumaritashvili died after crashing at the Whistler bobsled track just before the opening ceremonies• During the opening ceremonies one of the four pillars in the Olympic cauldron failed to rise• This one isn’t really a problem for the Olympics but for Canadian fans, Canada had never won a gold medal at the Olympics in Canada.
Countries that competed in the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Games•1 Albania •21 Cyprus •42 Japan •63 Peru•2 Algeria •22 Czech Republic •43 Kazakhstan •64 Poland•3 Andorra •23 Denmark •44 North Korea •65 Portugal•4 Argentina •24 Estonia •45 South Korea •66 Romania•5 Armenia •25 Ethiopia •46 Kyrgyzstan •67 Russia•6 Australia •26 Finland •47 Latvia •68 San Marino•7 Austria •27 France •48 Lebanon •69 Senegal•8 Azerbaijan •28 Georgia •49 Liechtenstein •70 Serbia•9 Belarus •29 Germany •50 Lithuania •71 Slovakia•10 Belgium •30 Ghana •51 Macedonia •72 Slovenia•11 Bermuda •31 Great Britain •52 Mexico •73 South Africa•12 Bosnia and Herzegovina •32 Greece •53 Moldova •74 Spain•13 Brazil •33 Hong Kong •54 Monaco •75 Sweden•14 Bulgaria •34 Hungary •55 Mongolia •76 Switzerland•15 Canada •35 Iceland •56 Montenegro •77 Chinese Taipei•16 Cayman Islands •36 India •57 Morocco •78 Tajikistan•17 Chile •37 Iran •58 Nepal •79 Ukraine•18 China •38 Ireland •59 Netherlands •80 United States•19 Colombia •39 Israel •60 New Zealand •81 Uzbekistan•20 Croatia •40 Italy •61 Norway •82 Turkey •41 Jamaica •62 Pakistan
The Opening CeromoniesThe opening ceremonies in the Vancouver2010 games were amazing. Many peoplesaid the ceremonies would be one of theworst ceremonies ever, but I don’t agree
The Olympics weren’t starting out well for Canadians or athletes of Canada. Heavyrain continued on Cypress and was making the events miserable. In the first day noCanadian had got gold. Many fans thought the curse on Canadians Olympians athome will continue ( a Canadian Olympic competitor has never won a gold on homesoil). Jennifer Heal, didn’t even succeed to win gold in the Olympics and she wassaid to be Canada’s 2nd biggest chance to win gold beside the Canadian hockeyteam. But it all turned around for Canadian’s when something amazing happened thenext day of the Olympics.
The other 13After that Canadian athletes startedwinning many gold medals. In totalCanadian athletes won 14 gold medalssetting a record for the most gold medalswon in the Olympic games. In the nextslides I will show you the many goldmedals Canadians have won.
The Second and Third Canadian Gold MedalsName: Maelle Ricker Name: Christine NesbittBirthdate: December 02, 1978, Birthdate: May 17, 1985, Melbourne,West Vancouver, BC Australia (lived in London, Canada)Weight: 139 lbs (63 kg) Weight: 161 lbs (73 kg)Height: 5’6” (1.69 m) Height: 5’7” (1.71 m)Age: 32 years Age: 25 yearsGender: Female Gender: Female World Ranking: 15World Ranking: 5th Sport: Long Track Speed SkatingSport: Snowboard Cross
The Fourth GoldName: Jon MontgomeryBirthdate: May 06, 1979, Russell, ManitobaWeight: 165 lbs (75 kg)Height: 5’8” (1.75 m)Age: 31 yearsGender: MaleSport: SkeletonWorld ranking: 8th
The Fifth MedalName:Tessa Virtue Name: Scott MoirBirthdate: May 17, 1989, London Birthdate: September 02, 1987, London,Ontario OntarioWeight: 110 lbs (50 kg) Weight: 165 lbs (75 kg)Height: 5’3” (1.62 m) Height: 5’6” (1.68 m)Age: 21 years Age: 23 yearsGender: Female Gender: MaleSport: Pairs Ice Dance Sport: Pairs Ice DanceWorld ranking: 4th (this is shared with World ranking: 4th (this is shared with hisher partner) partner) Tip: This medal was won by two people.
The 7th GoldName: Kaillie Humphries Name: Heather MoyseBirthdate: September 04, 1985, Birthdate: July 23, 1978 Summerside,Calgary, Alberta Prince Edward IslandWeight: 170 lbs (77 kg) Weight: 159 lbs (72 kg)Height: 5’6” (1.7 m) Height: 5’10” (1.78 m)Age: 25 years Age: 32 yearsGender: Female Gender: FemaleSport: Bobsled Sport: BobsledWorld Ranking: 3 World Ranking: Unranked
The 8th Gold Defensemen Goaltenders Tessa BonhommeTeam Name: Canadian Female Hockey Charline Labonté Becky KellarTeam Kim St-Pierre Carla MacLeodWorld Ranking: 1st Shannon Szabados Meaghan Mikkelson Colleen Sostorics Catherine Ward The Canadian Forwards female hockey Meghan Agosta team roster Gillian Apps Jennifer Botterill Jayna Hefford Haley Irwin Rebecca Johnston Gina Kingsbury Caroline Ouellette Cherie Piper Marie-Philip Poulin Sarah Vaillouncourt Hayley Wickenheiser
The 9th and 10th gold medalName: Charles Hamelin Athletes: Oliver Jean, Francouis-Birthdate: April 14, 1984, Louis Tremblay GuillaumeLevis Quebec Bastille, Francois HamelinWeight: 157 lbs (71 kg) World Ranking: UnrankedHeight: 5’8” (1.75 m) Sport: Mens Short Track TeamAge: 26 years PursuitGender: MaleSport: Speed SkatingWorld Ranking: 1st
The 11th and 12th GoldAthletes: Denny Morrison, Lucas Names: Jasey Jay AndersonMakowsky, Mathieu Giroux Birthdate: April 13, 1975, Val-Morin, QuebecWorld Ranking: Unknown Weight: 176 lbs (80 kg)Sport: Long Track Speed, Mens Team Height: 5’10” (1.78 m)Pursuit Age: 35 years Gender: Male Sport: Mens Parallel Giant Slalom World Ranking: Unknown
The 13th medalAthletes: Marc Kennedy, Kevin Martin, BenHebert, John Morris, Adam EnrightSport: Men’s curingWorld Ranking: 1st
Goalies The big Martin Brodeur, 37 (New Jersey Devils) Roberto Luongo, 30 (Vancouver Canucks) Marc-Andre Fleury, 25 (Pittsburgh Penguins)Sport: Ice Hockey DefenseWorld Ranking: 2nd Scott Niedermayer, 36 (Anaheim Ducks) Chris Pronger, 35 (Philadelphia Flyers) These are the Shea Weber, 24 (Nashville Predators) Drew Doughty, 20 (Los Angeles Kings) Canadian Hockey Duncan Keith 26 (Chicago Blackhawks) team stating rosters Dan Boyle, 33 (San Jose Sharks) Brent Seabrook, 24 (Chicago Blackhawks) Forwards Sidney Crosby, 21 (Pittsburgh Penguins) Rick Nash, 25 (Columbus Blue Jackets) Jarome Iginla, 32 (Calgary Flames) Mike Richards, 25 (Philadelphia Flyers) Joe Thornton, 30 (San Jose Sharks) Patrick Marleau, 30 (San Jose Sharks) Ryan Getzlaf, 24 (Anaheim Ducks) Brenden Morrow, 31 (Dallas Stars) Corey Perry, 24 (Anaheim Ducks) Dany Heatley, 29 (San Jose Sharks) Eric Staal, 25 (Carolina Hurricanes) Patrice Bergeron, 25 (Boston Bruins) Jonathan Toews, 21 (Chicago Blackhawks)
Other Canadian MedalsAthlete(s) Medal SportJennifer Heil Silver Womens MogulsKristina Groves Bronze Female Speed Skating 3000 MMike Robertson Silver Mens Snowboard CrossMarianne St-Gelais Silver Female Short track speed skating 500 MKristina Groves Silver Speed Skating Women’s 1500 mClara Hughes Bronze Women’s 5000 M Speed SkatingHelen Upperton Silver Women’s BobsledKalyna Roberge, Jessica Gregg, Silver Women’s Speed Skating RelayMarianne St-Gelais, Tania VicentCori Bartel, Carolyn Darbyshire, Silver Women CurlingSusan OConnor, CherylBernard,Kristie MooreFrancois-Louis Tremblay Bronze Men’s Short Track Speed Skating 500MDavid Bissett, Lascelles Brown, Bronze Men’s Four Man BobsleighChris Le Bihan, Lyndon Rush
Joannie RochetteDuring the Olympics Joannie Rochette did something verybrave. Two days before the Figure Skating competition hermother died in Vancouver General Hospital from a heartattack. But Joannie Rochette didn’t take it like most peoplewould. She was sad, but instead of sitting around being sadshe competed in the Figure Skating Competition.
The medal countPlace Country Gold Silver Bronze Total(overallmedals)1 United States 9 15 13 372 Germany 10 13 7 303 Canada 14 7 5 264 Norway 9 8 6 235 Austria 4 6 6 166 Russia 3 5 7 157 South Korea 6 6 2 148 China 6 6 2 149 Sweden 5 2 4 1110 France 2 3 6 11
History of Paralympics The paralympics were founded by LudwigGuttmann. The first Paralympics were in Rome in 1960 andhad about 400 Athletes from 23 countriesFirst winter Paralympics were in Örnsköldsvik,SwedenThe paralympics were Originally was for injuredwar veteransThe paralympics are now one of the mostcompeted in event.
Vancouver 2010 Paralympic torch relay Was a 10 day event in the provinces ofBC and OntarioIt had a 24 hour relay around Vancouverbefore being lit at BC PlaceThe Torch relay was one of the mostinspirational moments of the VancouverOlympic and paralympic games
Quick Recap Brian Mckeever won the first gold in the winterOlympics on home soil for Canada in cross countryskiingLauren Woolstencroft would win 5 of the 10 gold medalsfor CanadaCanada would finish 3rd in the medal standings behindGermany and Russia with 10 Golds, 5 Silvers and 4Bronze medals
Bibliography video’sCanada hockey winning http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dt-0zvpcOz414 golds http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LG1bQ9gUglERound up http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=97omrSXe0ZcBye bye vancouver http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vX_dndXEGHI&feature=relatedMaelle Ricker gold medalhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qcK3b01rNpk&playnext=1&list=PLB3FD71DD18689485Christine Nesbitt http://www.isu.org/vsite/vnavsite/page/directory/0,10853,4844-128612-129920-nav-list,00.htmlJon Montgomery gold medal http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZtq8VYR-7M&feature=autoplay&list=PLD6D7CF7E3DD109D3&index=16&playnext=4Tessa Virtue & Scott Moir: Gold Medal Moment - Ice Dancehttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fvhidA5GekM&feature=autoplay&list=PLD6D7CF7E3DD109D3&index=19&playnext=7Ashleigh McIvor: Gold Medal Moment - Ladies Ski Crosshttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yXW7BXtFix4&feature=autoplay&list=PLD6D7CF7E3DD109D3&index=20&playnext=8Women Double Bobsleigh http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JvRdKDFaWDs&feature=channelWomen’s hockey Gold http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zwIBSv4Re18&feature=relatedCharles Hamelin Gold http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uD27S1Ec9mIMen long track team pursuithttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PSOVwBPGGOU&playnext=1&list=PL4DBBCF74FB8E4965 Short Track Mens team Pursuit http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H3JAQPFwd-sJasey Jay Anderson gold medal momenthttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LB79JDyYYa8&feature=channel
Bibliography writingNegatives about Vancouver http://sports.ca.msn.com/olympics/article.aspx?cp-documentid=23468669List of countrieshttp://wiki.answers.com/Q/Which_countries_are_participating_in_the_2010_olympics andhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2010_Winter_Olympics#Concerns_and_controversiesCanadian gold medal counthttp://ca.sports.yahoo.com/olympics/vancouver/can/Maelle+Ricker/1032990Snowboard cross world rankingshttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FIS_Snowboarding_World_Championships_2011_%E2%80%93_Women%27s_snowboard_crossJon Montgomery http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jon_MontgomeryCurling world rankings http://www.worldcurling.org/rankings-men-and-womenDouble figure skating world records http://www.isuresults.com/ws/ws/wsdance.htmJon Montgomery world rankinghttp://www.fibt.com/index.php?id=177&rankname=5&event=FR&season=2010%20%2F%202011&getresult=1Negatives about Vancouver http://sports.ca.msn.com/olympics/article.aspx?cp-documentid=23468669Tessa Virtue info http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tessa_VirtueAshleigh McIvor Info http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ashleigh_McIvorMens Team Canada roster http://proicehockey.about.com/od/olympichockey/a/2010-canada-roster.htm
Writing bibliographyAshleigh Mcivor http://www.skicanadamag.com/Features/2010/WIN10/SkiCross.htmlHeather Moyse info http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heather_MoyseKaillie Humphries info http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kaillie_HumphriesWomen bobsled team http://www.fibt.com/index.php?id=177&L=0&rankname=3Canadian womens hockey team roster http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canada_women%27s_national_ice_hockey_teamMedal count http://www.cbc.ca/olympics/content/medals/index.htmlCharles Hamelin info http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_HamelinShort Track rankings http://www.sportresult.com/federations/ISU/ShortTrack/Rankings.aspx?rep=7158 Paralympic Recap http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2010_Winter_ParalympicsJoannie Rochette info http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joannie_Rochette
Images BibliographySnow man at http://www.clipartguide.com/_pages/0511-0811-0316-4958.htmlIpc logo at http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:IPC_logo_%282004%29.svgVancouver picture at http://www.llworldtour.com/2010/02/15/cool-vancouver/nhttp://www.llworldtour.com/2010/02/15/cool-vancouver/Canada Flaghttp://www.doreebonner.co.uk/pages/internationalmovers.php?content_id=93Paralympic Logo http://www.bukisa.com/topics/great-britain-at-the-paralympics
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