Olympic Games


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Synonyms for Olympic Games

the modern revival of the ancient games held once every 4 years in a selected country

the ancient Panhellenic celebration at Olympia in honor of Zeus

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We have secured a promise from President Trump to do his utmost to make the PyeongChang Olympic Games safe, and more strongly, we have been given an assurance that the U.
IOC President Thomas Bach also announced Los Angeles would be the host city of the 2028 Olympic Games.
The signing also confirms that beIN Sports will become the exclusive official broadcaster of the Olympic Games across its territories in the Middle East and North Africa (Mena) and the broadcast destination to watch all the best sporting moments of the Olympic games.
In total, 265 selected doping samples from the Olympic Games London 2012 were reanalyzed, all based on intelligence-gathering that began in August 2015.
The Olympic Games are, in dimension, exposure and international participation, one of the biggest events in the world today.
In the exhibition area, Volkswagen will also set up a 78-metre long screen wall with 9 movable display panels to showcase the competition of the Olympic Games at that particular time.
A national Olympic Games was held at Crystal Palace in 1866 that was attended by the famous cricketer WG Grace, who came first in the hurdles event.
This will be the crown jewel of the Olympics, as it was twice before," said Barry Sanders, chairman of the Southern California Committee for the Olympic Games.
The environment for terrorism changed dramatically throughout the world after Greece was awarded the 2004 Summer Olympic Games in 1997.
These include the 2012 Olympic Games (London, England); the 2010 Commonwealth Games, (Hamilton, Canada); 2008 Olympic Games (Toronto); 2007 ICC Cricket World Cup (Bermuda); 1999 World Athletics Track and Field Championships, (Edmonton, Alberta); and the 1998 Olympic Winter Games (Salt Lake City).
One of the smallest countries ever to host the world's largest sporting event, Greece will face many challenges when the Olympic Games return home this summer.
Olympism is what the Olympic Games are all about: tolerance, unity, respect, fair play, friendship and peace.
The project is to continue until the Olympic games begin, encompassing some 1,400 schools, university campuses, and other locations in more than 110 counties, including 75 places in the United States.
EDITOR'S NOTE: In part three of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games series, we look at how communication, training and a strong recognition programme for staff contributed to the overall success of the largest press centre in Olympic Games history.
Not masked terrorists, bound hostages, and carnage--the tragedy of the 1972 Summer Olympic Games in Munich, Germany.
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