Ella and xanthe olympics

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  • Ella and xanthe olympics

    1. 1. The Modern Olympics
    2. 2. The Modern Olympics Ella & Xanthe
    3. 3. Ella & Xanthe
    4. 4. Baron Pierre de Coubertin is from Paris, France.He is responsible for bringing back the olympics in 1896 andhe is now considered the father of the olympic games.Whenhe first had the idea of the olympics no one thought it was agood idea. Still no women were allowed to compete after 40oyears. He was born on January the 1st 1863,then died whenhe was 74 on the 2nd of september.
    5. 5. Baron Pierre de CoubertinBaron Pierre de Coubertin is from Paris, France.He is responsible for bringing back the olympics in 1896 andhe is now considered the father of the olympic games.Whenhe first had the idea of the olympics no one thought it was agood idea. Still no women were allowed to compete after 40oyears. He was born on January the 1st 1863,then died whenhe was 74 on the 2nd of september.
    6. 6. Mascot
    7. 7. Mascot The mascots were createdand designed by iris, aLondon-based creativeagencyThey are called Wenlockand Mandeville.Everything on the mascotsresemble something inLondon like the light ontop of Wenlock’s head isinspired by the Londontaxi’s.
    8. 8. The colours on the olympicrings represent the 5 unioncontinents.The Olympic Flag wasintroduced in 1914, whenthe International OlympicCommittee held its 20thanniversary in Paris,France.There are five rings.They are blue, black,red,yellow and green.
    9. 9. The colours on the olympicrings represent the 5 unioncontinents.The Olympic Flag wasintroduced in 1914, whenthe International OlympicCommittee held its 20thanniversary in Paris,France.There are five rings.They are blue, black,red,yellow and green.
    10. 10. The colours on the olympicrings represent the 5 unioncontinents.The Olympic Flag wasintroduced in 1914, whenthe International OlympicCommittee held its 20thanniversary in Paris,France.There are five rings.They are blue, black,red,yellow and green.
    11. 11. The colours on the olympicrings represent the 5 unioncontinents.The Olympic Flag wasintroduced in 1914, whenthe International OlympicCommittee held its 20thanniversary in Paris,France.There are five rings.They are blue, black,red,yellow and green.
    12. 12. Olympic FlagThe colours on the olympicrings represent the 5 unioncontinents.The Olympic Flag wasintroduced in 1914, whenthe International OlympicCommittee held its 20thanniversary in Paris,France.There are five rings.They are blue, black,red,yellow and green.
    13. 13. The olympic oath is a promise made by a athlete, as arepresentative of each participating olympic competitors and byone judge, as a representative of each officiating olympic refereeor other official, at the opening ceremonies of each olympicgames.The athlete, from the team of the organizing country, holds acorner of the olympic flag while reciting the oath :In the name ofall the competitors I promise that we shall take part in theseOlympic Games, respecting and abiding by the rules whichgovern them, committing ourselves to a sport without doping andwithout drugs, in the true spirit of sportsmanship, for the glory ofsport and the honor of our teams.
    14. 14. The Olympic OathThe olympic oath is a promise made by a athlete, as arepresentative of each participating olympic competitors and byone judge, as a representative of each officiating olympic refereeor other official, at the opening ceremonies of each olympicgames.The athlete, from the team of the organizing country, holds acorner of the olympic flag while reciting the oath :In the name ofall the competitors I promise that we shall take part in theseOlympic Games, respecting and abiding by the rules whichgovern them, committing ourselves to a sport without doping andwithout drugs, in the true spirit of sportsmanship, for the glory ofsport and the honor of our teams.
    15. 15. The Olympic Flame signifies the values of Peace and Brotherhoodwhich is the basis of the Olympics.In 1936, the chairman of the organizing committee for the 1936Olympic Games, Carl Diem, suggested what is now the modernOlympic Torch relay.In Olympia (Greece) a flame was ignited by the sun and kept itburning until the closing of the Olympic games.
    16. 16. Touch Relay & FlameThe Olympic Flame signifies the values of Peace and Brotherhoodwhich is the basis of the Olympics.In 1936, the chairman of the organizing committee for the 1936Olympic Games, Carl Diem, suggested what is now the modernOlympic Torch relay.In Olympia (Greece) a flame was ignited by the sun and kept itburning until the closing of the Olympic games.

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