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  • Modern olympics harry cr

    1. 1. The Modern Olympics.
    2. 2. The Modern Olympics.
    3. 3. The Modern Olympics. (2012)
    4. 4. The Modern Olympics. (2012)By H a rr y C raw fo rd
    5. 5. Baron Pierre de Coubertin
    6. 6. Baron Pierre de Coubertin
    7. 7. Baron Pierre de Coubertin Baron Pierre de Coubertin foundedthe International Olympic Committeein 1896, and is considered the fatherof the modern Olympic Games.
    8. 8. Baron Pierre de Coubertin Baron Pierre de Coubertin foundedthe International Olympic Committeein 1896, and is considered the fatherof the modern Olympic Games.He was born on the 1st of January,1863 in Paris, France and died on the2nd of September, 1937 (aged  74) inGeneva, Switzerland.
    9. 9. The Olympic Mascots
    10. 10. The Olympic Mascots
    11. 11. The Olympic MascotsThe 2012 Olympic mascots are Mandeville andWenlock.
    12. 12. The Olympic MascotsThe 2012 Olympic mascots are Mandeville andWenlock.They are one eye d robots that weresupposedly built with steel from MillenniumStadium (the stadium that the olympics arebeing held in), “That’s why we’re so shiny,reflecting the people, places and things wemeet along the way as we travel around theUK,” they say.
    13. 13. The Olympic MascotsThe 2012 Olympic mascots are Mandeville andWenlock.They are one eye d robots that weresupposedly built with steel from MillenniumStadium (the stadium that the olympics arebeing held in), “That’s why we’re so shiny,reflecting the people, places and things wemeet along the way as we travel around theUK,” they say.They were created by a graphic companycalled ‘iris’.
    14. 14. The Olympic MascotsThe 2012 Olympic mascots are Mandeville andWenlock.They are one eye d robots that weresupposedly built with steel from MillenniumStadium (the stadium that the olympics arebeing held in), “That’s why we’re so shiny,reflecting the people, places and things wemeet along the way as we travel around theUK,” they say.They were created by a graphic companycalled ‘iris’.These mascots are also used for theParalympics.
    15. 15. Ceremonies
    16. 16. Ceremonies
    17. 17. CeremoniesThe ceremonies that are used at anormal olympics are the openingceremony and the medals ceremony.
    18. 18. CeremoniesThe ceremonies that are used at anormal olympics are the openingceremony and the medals ceremony.At the opening Ceremony they lightthe olympic torch and do the lap, alsoall of the participating countriescome out, ending with the hostcountry.
    19. 19. CeremoniesThe ceremonies that are used at anormal olympics are the openingceremony and the medals ceremony.At the opening Ceremony they lightthe olympic torch and do the lap, alsoall of the participating countriescome out, ending with the hostcountry.At the medals ceremony they giveout the medals. Then the nationalanthem of the winning country forthat event is played as the flags forthe countries go up.
    20. 20. Torch Relay and Flame
    21. 21. Torch Relay and Flame
    22. 22. Torch Relay and FlameThe Olympic Flame signifies the values of Peace andBrotherhood which is the basis of the Olympics.The Olympicflame is one of the most important symbols of the OlympicGames.
    23. 23. Torch Relay and FlameThe Olympic Flame signifies the values of Peace andBrotherhood which is the basis of the Olympics.The Olympicflame is one of the most important symbols of the OlympicGames.The olympic torch is lit by the sun.
    24. 24. Torch Relay and FlameThe Olympic Flame signifies the values of Peace andBrotherhood which is the basis of the Olympics.The Olympicflame is one of the most important symbols of the OlympicGames.The olympic torch is lit by the sun.The torch relay is when everyone living in the host countrynominates someone else in the host country who is inspiringto them, the people nominated run the host country withthe torch in hand (these people are called the torchbearers), each person getting assigned part of the country.This year there will be 8000 torch bearers.
    25. 25. Olympic Flag
    26. 26. Olympic Flag
    27. 27. Olympic FlagThe five rings represent the five major places ofthe world: Africa, the Americas, Asia, Europe, andOceania. Every country’s flag in the worldincludes at least one of the five colors, which areblue, yellow, black, green, and red. Our flag hasRed and Blue.
    28. 28. Olympic FlagThe five rings represent the five major places ofthe world: Africa, the Americas, Asia, Europe, andOceania. Every country’s flag in the worldincludes at least one of the five colors, which areblue, yellow, black, green, and red. Our flag hasRed and Blue.The Olympic Flag was introduced in 1914, whenthe International Olympic Committee held its20th anniversary in Paris, France.
    29. 29. Olympic FlagThe five rings represent the five major places ofthe world: Africa, the Americas, Asia, Europe, andOceania. Every country’s flag in the worldincludes at least one of the five colors, which areblue, yellow, black, green, and red. Our flag hasRed and Blue.The Olympic Flag was introduced in 1914, whenthe International Olympic Committee held its20th anniversary in Paris, France.In the 2008 olympics which were held in bejing,There were five mascots, each one representingone of the rings.
    30. 30. The Olympic Oath
    31. 31. The Olympic Oath
    32. 32. The Olympic OathAn athlete from the host country and a judge have tomake an olympic oath, they do this at the openingceremony while holding onto the a corner of theolympic flag.
    33. 33. The Olympic OathAn athlete from the host country and a judge have tomake an olympic oath, they do this at the openingceremony while holding onto the a corner of theolympic flag.The athlete’s oath is: In the name of all thecompetitors I promise that we shall take part inthese Olympic Games, respecting and abiding by therules which govern them, committing ourselves to asport without doping and without drugs, in the truespirit of sportsmanship, for the glory of sport and thehonor of our teams.
    34. 34. The Olympic OathAn athlete from the host country and a judge have tomake an olympic oath, they do this at the openingceremony while holding onto the a corner of theolympic flag.The athlete’s oath is: In the name of all thecompetitors I promise that we shall take part inthese Olympic Games, respecting and abiding by therules which govern them, committing ourselves to asport without doping and without drugs, in the truespirit of sportsmanship, for the glory of sport and thehonor of our teams.The Judge’s one is: In the name of all the judges andofficials, I promise that we shall officiate in theseOlympic Games with complete impartiality, respectingand abiding by the rules which govern them in thetrue spirit of sportsmanship.

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