The Olympic    GamesBy: Lucía García – Victoria Fernández – Melina Reula
The Olympics     OriginsIt is believed to have its starts    in 776 a. C. and its name   emerged from its place of      ce...
The first games as we know them today    · Started in 1896, in Athens, Greece      · There were only male athletes
• After 1928, women were also able to        participate in the Olympics
Summer disciplines
Winter disciplines
• This year, the Olympics   take place in London.
The Paralympic Games• They were created for atlethes with different             kinds of disabilities.
“Citivs, Altivs, Fortivs”·The Olympics motto shows that the games importance   relies on participating,     rather than wi...
JUDO(Smooth Way / Gentle Way)
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  1. 1. The Olympic GamesBy: Lucía García – Victoria Fernández – Melina Reula
  2. 2. The Olympics OriginsIt is believed to have its starts in 776 a. C. and its name emerged from its place of celebration: the greek village, Olimpia
  3. 3. The first games as we know them today · Started in 1896, in Athens, Greece · There were only male athletes
  4. 4. • After 1928, women were also able to participate in the Olympics
  5. 5. Summer disciplines
  6. 6. Winter disciplines
  7. 7. • This year, the Olympics take place in London.
  8. 8. The Paralympic Games• They were created for atlethes with different kinds of disabilities.
  9. 9. “Citivs, Altivs, Fortivs”·The Olympics motto shows that the games importance relies on participating, rather than winning.• This motto, together with the torch and the 5 rings, represent the Olympic spirit
  10. 10. JUDO(Smooth Way / Gentle Way)

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