Sedes olímpicas by Alvaro L


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Álvaro López Buces
1º Bachillerato EFL
I.E. “V. Cañada Blanch”
London 2010-2011

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Sedes olímpicas by Alvaro L

  1. 1. OLYMPIC HEADQUARTERS by Álvaro López Buces 1º Bachillerato EFL I.E. V. Cañada BlanchLondon 2010-2011<br />1<br />Álvaro López Buces<br />
  2. 2. OLYMPIC HEADQUARTERS HISTORY<br />The first Olympic Games of the Modern era were held in Athens, in April 1896. Athletes from 13 different countries participated in 42 tests and 9 sports. The Olympics II(1900) took place in Paris (France).<br />Every 4 years there e one summer Olympic headquarters except during World War I and World War II.<br />Álvaro López Buces<br />2<br />
  3. 3. OLYPIC HEADQUARTERS BETWEEN 1896-1948<br />Athens 1896<br />Paris 1900<br />Saint-Louis 1904<br />London 1908<br />Stockholm 1912<br />Antwerp 1920<br />Paris 1924<br />Amsterdam 1928<br />Los Angeles 1932<br />Berlin 1936<br />London 1948<br />Álvaro López Buces<br />3<br />
  4. 4. 1952-1988<br />Helsinki 1952<br />Melbourne/ Stockholm 1956<br />Rome 1960<br />Tokyo 1964<br />México 1968<br />Munich 1972<br />Montreal 1976<br />Moscow 1980<br />Los Angeles 1984<br />Seoul 1988<br />Álvaro López Buces<br />4<br />
  5. 5. Barcelona 92<br />Opening day:25/7/92 Closing day:9/8/92<br />First Olympic headquarters in Spain<br />Medals table: 1) USA(1O8),<br />2) Germany(82),<br />3) China(54)... <br />6) Spain (22)<br />169 different countries with 9.364 athletes<br />Álvaro López Buces<br />5<br />
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  7. 7. ATLANTA 1966<br />Opening day:19/7/96 Closure day:04/8/10<br />197 different countries with 10.320 athletes<br />The Atlanta Olympic games suffered a terrorist attack: on July 27th 1996 a bomb situated in the outsides of the Olympic Stadium exploded, causing the death of 2 people and hundreds of injured. The American Government condemned the attack, and the lack of security in the outskirts was criticized. <br />Medals table: 1) EEUU(101),<br /> 2) Russia(63),<br />3)Germany(65)<br />… Spain (19)<br />Álvaro López Buces<br />7<br />
  8. 8. Atlanta photos<br />Álvaro López Buces<br />8<br />
  9. 9. SYDNEY 2000<br />Opening date:15/9/2000 Closing day:1/10/2000<br />Sydney won the right to host the Games on 24 September 1993, after being selected over Beijing, Berlin, Istanbul and Manchester in four rounds of voting.<br />The Sydney Games cost $AUD 6.6 billion.<br />Medals table: 1)USA(94),<br />2)Russia(89),<br />3)China (58).<br />Álvaro López Buces<br />9<br />
  10. 10. Sydneyphoto collection<br />Álvaro López Buces<br />10<br />
  11. 11. ATHENS 2004<br />Opening date:13/8/04 Closing date:29/8/04<br />3.9 Billion people had access to the television coverage.<br />Michael Phelps won six gold medals.<br />1) USA(101),<br />2) Russia(92),<br />3)China(63)<br />Álvaro López Buces<br />11<br />
  12. 12. ATHENS<br />Álvaro López Buces<br />12<br />
  13. 13. BEIJING 2008<br />The third time that the Summer Olympic Games were held in Asia.<br />There were 43 new world records and 132 new Olympic records set at the 2008 Summer Olympics.<br />4.7 billion viewers worldwide tuned in to some of the television coverage.<br />The 2008 Summer Olympics Closing Ceremony concluded the Beijing Games on August 24th, 2008<br />Álvaro López Buces<br />13<br />
  14. 14. Good moments<br />Álvaro López Buces<br />14<br /><br />
  15. 15. FUTURE OLYMPIC HEADQUARTERS<br />London 2012<br />Rio de Janeiro 2016<br />MADRID 2020?<br />Álvaro López Buces<br />15<br />
  16. 16. Sources<br /><br /><br />Google images<br />Álvaro López Buces<br />16<br />
  17. 17. THE END<br />Álvaro López Buces<br />17<br />