Modern Olympics
Modern Olympics    By Finn And Gareth
Modern Olympics    By Finn And Gareth
Modern Olympics    By Finn And Gareth
Modern Olympics    By Finn And Gareth
Modern Olympics    By Finn And Gareth
Baron Pierre de  Coubertin
“The important thingBaron Pierre de                  in life is not the                  triumph but the                  ...
“The important thingBaron Pierre de                  in life is not the                  triumph but the                  ...
“The important thing        Baron Pierre de                                                     in life is not the        ...
The Olympic Flag
The Olympic flag ... has a white                   background, with five interlaced                   rings in the centre: b...
The Olympic flag ... has a white                                            background, with five interlaced                ...
The Olympic Oath
The Olympic OathThe Olympic oath was introduced in 1906 by the IOC toensure fair play and good sportsmanship. The Olympico...
The Olympic OathThe Olympic oath was introduced in 1906 by the IOC toensure fair play and good sportsmanship. The Olympico...
The Olympic OathThe Olympic oath was introduced in 1906 by the IOC toensure fair play and good sportsmanship. The Olympico...
Olympic Mascots
Olympic MascotsAn Olympic mascot is a symbol that varies depending onthe host city for the games. The mascot is designed t...
Olympic MascotsAn Olympic mascot is a symbol that varies depending onthe host city for the games. The mascot is designed t...
Creed and Motto
Creed and MottoThe Olympic motto shows the spirit of the olympic games- to always aim higher. It shows that we must a$ try...
Creed and MottoThe Olympic motto shows the spirit of the olympic games- to always aim higher. It shows that we must a$ try...
Creed and MottoThe Olympic motto shows the spirit of the olympic games- to always aim higher. It shows that we must a$ try...
Finn and Gareth Modern Olympic Keynote
Finn and Gareth Modern Olympic Keynote
Finn and Gareth Modern Olympic Keynote
Finn and Gareth Modern Olympic Keynote
Finn and Gareth Modern Olympic Keynote
Finn and Gareth Modern Olympic Keynote
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    1. 1. Modern Olympics
    2. 2. Modern Olympics By Finn And Gareth
    3. 3. Modern Olympics By Finn And Gareth
    4. 4. Modern Olympics By Finn And Gareth
    5. 5. Modern Olympics By Finn And Gareth
    6. 6. Modern Olympics By Finn And Gareth
    7. 7. Baron Pierre de Coubertin
    8. 8. “The important thingBaron Pierre de in life is not the triumph but the struggle, the essential thing is not to have conquered Coubertin but to have fought well.” - Pierre DE Coubertin
    9. 9. “The important thingBaron Pierre de in life is not the triumph but the struggle, the essential thing is not to have conquered Coubertin but to have fought well.” - Pierre DE Coubertin
    10. 10. “The important thing Baron Pierre de in life is not the triumph but the struggle, the essential thing is not to have conquered Coubertin but to have fought well.” - Pierre DE CoubertinBaron Pierre de Coubertin is !om France. He was born inParis on the 1st of January 1863. He was the fourth child ofBaron Charles Louis Fredy. He is famous for founding themodern Olympic movement, or the IOC. The IOC, orInternational Olympic Committee, was made up of 15 nationsat first, and then gradua$y grew to include more. Pierreinvited his !iends to a conference in Paris, along with manysportsman to make the games possible. Unfortunately, hetragica$y died of a stroke on the 2nd of september, 1937 aged 74.
    11. 11. The Olympic Flag
    12. 12. The Olympic flag ... has a white background, with five interlaced rings in the centre: blue, yellow,The Olympic Flag black, green and red ... This design is symbolic ; it represents the five inhabited cotinents of the world, united by Olympism, while the six colors are those that appear on all the national flags of the world at the present time. -Pierre de coubertin
    13. 13. The Olympic flag ... has a white background, with five interlaced rings in the centre: blue, yellow,The Olympic Flag black, green and red ... This design is symbolic ; it represents the five inhabited cotinents of the world, united by Olympism, while the six colors are those that appear on all the national flags of the world at the present time. -Pierre de coubertin The Olympic flag is the modern symbol of the Olympic Games. It was introduced in 1914. The flag has a plain white background with five coloured rings decorating it. The olympic rings are one of the most iconic and widely recognised symbols of our time. These rings’ colours match a colour on every participating nations flag. There are five rings to represent the five inhabited continents and the rings interlock to indicate international unity.
    14. 14. The Olympic Oath
    15. 15. The Olympic OathThe Olympic oath was introduced in 1906 by the IOC toensure fair play and good sportsmanship. The Olympicoath is recited when holding a corner of the Olympic flag.The first Olympic oath was recited by Victor Boin.The Olympic oath has changed a lot since this oath wasrecited. The current oath is:
    16. 16. The Olympic OathThe Olympic oath was introduced in 1906 by the IOC toensure fair play and good sportsmanship. The Olympicoath is recited when holding a corner of the Olympic flag.The first Olympic oath was recited by Victor Boin. ‘We swear. We will take part in the Olympic Games in a spirit of chivalry, for the honour of our country and for the glory of sport.’The Olympic oath has changed a lot since this oath wasrecited. The current oath is:
    17. 17. The Olympic OathThe Olympic oath was introduced in 1906 by the IOC toensure fair play and good sportsmanship. The Olympicoath is recited when holding a corner of the Olympic flag.The first Olympic oath was recited by Victor Boin. ‘We swear. We will take part in the Olympic Games in a spirit of chivalry, for the honour of our country and for the glory of sport.’The Olympic oath has changed a lot since this oath wasrecited. The current oath is: ‘In the name of all the competitors I promise that we shall take part in these Olympic Games, respecting and abiding by the rules which govern them, committing ourselves to a sport without doping and without drugs, in the true spirit of sportsmanship, for the glory of sport and the honor of our teams.’
    18. 18. Olympic Mascots
    19. 19. Olympic MascotsAn Olympic mascot is a symbol that varies depending onthe host city for the games. The mascot is designed toembody important parts of the host city’s culture and thespirit of the games.
    20. 20. Olympic MascotsAn Olympic mascot is a symbol that varies depending onthe host city for the games. The mascot is designed toembody important parts of the host city’s culture and thespirit of the games.
    21. 21. Creed and Motto
    22. 22. Creed and MottoThe Olympic motto shows the spirit of the olympic games- to always aim higher. It shows that we must a$ try ourhardest at everything we do. It was introduced in 1894by Pierre de Coubertin. The Olympic motto can be seenbelow -The olympic Creed is very much similar. It was Createdby Pierre de Coubertin aer he heard a bishop saysomething similar.
    23. 23. Creed and MottoThe Olympic motto shows the spirit of the olympic games- to always aim higher. It shows that we must a$ try ourhardest at everything we do. It was introduced in 1894by Pierre de Coubertin. The Olympic motto can be seenbelow - Citius, Altius, Fortius - Faster, Higher, StrongerThe olympic Creed is very much similar. It was Createdby Pierre de Coubertin aer he heard a bishop saysomething similar.
    24. 24. Creed and MottoThe Olympic motto shows the spirit of the olympic games- to always aim higher. It shows that we must a$ try ourhardest at everything we do. It was introduced in 1894by Pierre de Coubertin. The Olympic motto can be seenbelow - Citius, Altius, Fortius - Faster, Higher, StrongerThe olympic Creed is very much similar. It was Createdby Pierre de Coubertin aer he heard a bishop saysomething similar. "The most important thing in the Olympic Games is not to win but to take part, just as the most important thing in life is not the triumph, but the struggle. The essential thing is not to have conquered, but to have fought well."
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