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History of the olympic games 2
History of the olympic games 2
History of the olympic games 2
History of the olympic games 2
History of the olympic games 2
History of the olympic games 2
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  1. Olympic Games’ History
  2. Introduction• The Olympics are a major international event, with summersports and winter, when thousands of athletes participate invarious competitions.
  3. Ancient Olympics• Originally, the ancient Olympic Games were held in Olympia,Greece, the eighth century BC to fifth century AD.• Only men could participate.
  4. The Sports of Ancient Olympics• The sports held in the Olympic Games of classical times,were the: boxing, the pentathlon, dart, long jump, race,wrestling, rowing, equestrian races and running messengersand trumpeters.
  5. The Modern Olympics• Fifteen centuries after their extinction, the Games wererestored thanks to the efforts of the French educator Pierrede Fredi, Baron de Coubertin.• Two years after the Baron de Coubertin launched his idea ata conference in Paris and set up the IOC, held in 1896, thefirst Games of the modern era, with the participation of 285athletes from 13 countries.
  6. Sports of the Modern Olympics• Some of the famous Olympics sports are:• Athletics;• Kayaking;• Football;• Gymnastics;• Volleyball;• Pentathlon;• Swimming;• ...
  7. Symbols• The Olympic flag with five interlocking rings on a whitebackground, was designed in 1914 by Baron de Coubertin, thecolor of each ring representing a continent: blue, Europe;yellow, Asian, black, African, green, Australia; and redAmerica.• Another tradition of the Olympic Games is to carry theOlympic flame, in rotation to the location of the Games.The flame is extinguished only in the closing ceremony of theGames.
  8. Biblioraphyhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Olympic_Games;Google Images;http://olimpiadas.com.sapo.pt/home.htm;http://www.quadrodemedalhas.com/olimpiadas/historia dos-jogos-olimpicos.htm;http://www.superdicas.com.br/milenio/olimpico.asp.

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