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  • The Modern Olympics
  • The Modern Olympics By Moss and Martin
  • Baron Pierre de Coubertin View slide
  • Baron Pierre de Coubertin• Baron Pierre de Coubertin is born on january the 1st 1964 in France.• He is important to the modern Olympics, because brought back the Olympics to the modern world in the year of 1894. Renaming it the modern Olympics View slide
  • Wenlock Mandeville
  • Wenlock Mandeville
  • MascotsWenlock Mandeville
  • Mascots• Wenlock and Mandeville are the official mascots for the 2012 Summer Olympics.• the mascots are made, according to the novel, by Grandpa George.• In the TV adds the mascots complete all the events in the Olympics. Wenlock Mandeville
  • Olympic Flag
  • Olympic Flag• The 5 Olympic rings promote the 5 competing continents.• The Olympic Flag was introduced in 1914, when the International Olympic Committee held its 20th anniversary in Paris, France.• The rings, from left to right, are blue, yellow, black, green, and red. The colors were chosen because at least one of them appeared on the flag of every country in the world.• The Olympic flag was first flown during the 1920 Olympic Games.
  • • 1896 - Athens, Greece1900 - Paris, France,1904 - St. Louis, United States, 1908 - London, United Kingdom, 1912 - Stockholm, Sweden, 1916 - Scheduled for Berlin, Germany, 1920 - Antwerp, Belgium, 1924 - Paris, France, 1928 - Amsterdam, Netherlands, 1932 - Los Angeles, United States, 1936 - Berlin, Germany, 1940 - Scheduled for Tokyo, Japan, 1944 - Scheduled for London, United Kingdom* 1948 - London, United Kingdom, 1952 - Helsinki, Finland, 1956 - Melbourne, Australia, 1960 - Rome, Italy, 1964 - Tokyo, Japan, 1968 - Mexico City, Mexico, 1972 - Munich, West Germany (now Germany), 1976 - Montreal, Canada, 1980 - Moscow, U.S.S.R. (now Russia), 1984 - Los Angeles, United States, 1988 - Seoul, South Korea, 1992 - Barcelona, Spain, 1996 - Atlanta, United States, 2000 - Sydney, Australia, 2004 - Athens, Greece, 2008 - Beijing, China, 2012 - London, United Kingdom, 2016 - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  • • 1896 - Athens, Greece1900 - Paris, France,1904 - St. Louis, United States, 1908 - London, United Kingdom, 1912 - Stockholm, Sweden, 1916 - Scheduled for Berlin, Germany, 1920 - Antwerp, Belgium, 1924 - Paris, France, 1928 - Amsterdam, Netherlands, 1932 - Los Angeles, United States, 1936 - Berlin, Germany, 1940 - Scheduled for Tokyo, Japan, 1944 - Scheduled for London, United Kingdom* 1948 - London, United Kingdom, 1952 - Helsinki, Finland, 1956 - Melbourne, Australia, 1960 - Rome, Italy, 1964 - Tokyo, Japan, 1968 - Mexico City, Mexico, 1972 - Munich, West Germany (now Germany), 1976 - Montreal, Canada, 1980 - Moscow, U.S.S.R. (now Russia), 1984 - Los Angeles, United States, 1988 - Seoul, South Korea, 1992 - Barcelona, Spain, 1996 - Atlanta, United States, 2000 - Sydney, Australia, 2004 - Athens, Greece, 2008 - Beijing, China, 2012 - London, United Kingdom, 2016 - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  • Host Cities• 1896 - Athens, Greece1900 - Paris, France,1904 - St. Louis, United States, 1908 - London, United Kingdom, 1912 - Stockholm, Sweden, 1916 - Scheduled for Berlin, Germany, 1920 - Antwerp, Belgium, 1924 - Paris, France, 1928 - Amsterdam, Netherlands, 1932 - Los Angeles, United States, 1936 - Berlin, Germany, 1940 - Scheduled for Tokyo, Japan, 1944 - Scheduled for London, United Kingdom* 1948 - London, United Kingdom, 1952 - Helsinki, Finland, 1956 - Melbourne, Australia, 1960 - Rome, Italy, 1964 - Tokyo, Japan, 1968 - Mexico City, Mexico, 1972 - Munich, West Germany (now Germany), 1976 - Montreal, Canada, 1980 - Moscow, U.S.S.R. (now Russia), 1984 - Los Angeles, United States, 1988 - Seoul, South Korea, 1992 - Barcelona, Spain, 1996 - Atlanta, United States, 2000 - Sydney, Australia, 2004 - Athens, Greece, 2008 - Beijing, China, 2012 - London, United Kingdom, 2016 - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  • Ceremonies
  • Ceremonies• There are three different ceremonies opening, closing and medal ceremonies.