Zaras and olivias modern olympics

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  • Zaras and olivias modern olympics

    1. 1. The modern olympics.
    2. 2. The modern olympics. by Zara and Olivia
    3. 3. baron pierre de coubertin.Baron Pierre de Coubertin was from Paris France, born 1st January 1863, death2nd September 1937 ( age 74).Baron Pierre de Coubertin was the founder of the International OlympicCommittee and is considered the father of the modern Olympic games. The gameswas stopped for 4 centuries, Baron Pierre de Coubertin was the man who startedthe olympics again.Baron Pierre de Coubertin was quite fond of sport himself.
    4. 4. The Olympic FlagThe symbol of the Olympic Games is composed of five interlocking rings,coloured blue,yellow, black, green, and red on a white field. This was originallydesigned in 1912 by Baron Pierre de Coubertin, the founder of the modernOlympic Games.The first Olympic flag was presented to the IOC (International,Olympic, Committee) at the 1920 summer Olympics.The Olympic flag or other symbols were introduced in 1912, designed by BaronPierre de Coubertin.The Olympic symbols are icons of each part of the role of the flags and symbolsused by the International Olympic Committee to promote the Olympic Games.
    5. 5. Torch relay and flameThe Olympic torch relay is the ceremonial relaying of the Olympic Flame fromOlympia, Greece, to the site of an Olympic Games.it was first preformed at the1936 Berlin Games, and has taken place prior to every Games since.The torch then travels around the world to the place of the Olympics.
    6. 6. Mascot
    7. 7. MascotOlympic mascots are a character, usually an animal native to the area oroccasionally human figures, who represents the cultural heritage of the placewhere the Olympic and Paralympic Games are taking place.Since the 1968 Winter Olympics in Grenoble, France the Olympic Games have hada mascot. The first major mascot in the Olympics was Misha in the 1980 SummerOlympics in Moscow.
    8. 8. MascotOlympic mascots are a character, usually an animal native to the area oroccasionally human figures, who represents the cultural heritage of the placewhere the Olympic and Paralympic Games are taking place.Since the 1968 Winter Olympics in Grenoble, France the Olympic Games have hada mascot. The first major mascot in the Olympics was Misha in the 1980 SummerOlympics in Moscow.

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