Winter Olympics

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Winter Olympics

  1. 1. 2014 Sochi, Russia February 6-23rd
  2. 2. Olympic Rings The five rings represent the five continents in which the athletes traveled from to attend the games. (The America’s are considered one and Antarctica does not have a ring.) The colors of the Olympic Rings are usually seen on a white flag. These six colors represent at least one color seen in all of the country’s national flags. The rings are interlocked to show unity, as all athletes from around the world are coming together to compete.
  3. 3. Medals • Only the top three places receive medals • First place earns Gold, second place earns Silver, third place earns Bronze.
  4. 4. Skiing Events • Alpine, Downhill, Freestyle, Biathlon, Ski Jump, Moguls, Aerial, Slalom, Alpine, Nordic, Ski Cross http://www.tubechop.com/watch/1922551
  5. 5. Sledding Events • Bobsled (single and team), Luge (on back), Skeleton (on stomach) http://www.tubechop.com/watch/1922536
  6. 6. Hockey
  7. 7. Curling http://www.tubechop.com/watch/1922506 http://www.tubechop.com/watch/1922526
  8. 8. Snowboarding
  9. 9. Skating Ice Skating (single, partners), Ice Dancing (single, partners, Speed Skating (single, team)
  10. 10. Winter Olympic Events http://www.tubechop.com/watch/1922617 http://www.nbcolympics.com/ Kentucky Athlete: Dallas Robinson in Bobsled
  11. 11. • Skiing, Curling, Sledding videos from WatchMoJo Channel on youtube, chopped using tubechop • Winter Olympics Video from cobyjones via youtube, chopped using tubechop • All images from ClipArt

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