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1 Presentation on,,History of the Olympic Games " By Virabyan Grigoriy,Gudkov Vladimir 8 «v» Form School №19 Pyatigorsk Teacher-Polezhaeva Julia Vladimirovna

2 The history of the Olympic Games in Ancient Greece History of the ancient Olympic Games extraordinarily rich. Olympics appeared in IX. BC. e. At that time, the Greek states pillaged each other in endless wars. Ifit, king of Elis, came to Delphi to ask the oracle how he, the ruler of a small country, to save his people from war and looting. Delphic oracle - his predictions and advice were considered absolutely true - Ifit replied: - I need you to established games, pleasing gods? Ifit immediately went to see the king of neighboring Sparta, Lycurgus powerful. Obviously, Ifit was a good diplomat, as Lycurgus decided (and all other rulers agreed with him), that henceforth Elis - a neutral state. Immediately Ifit to prove peaceful aspirations and thank the gods, established athletic games: they were to be held in Olympia every four years. Hence the name of - Olympic. Walked 884 BC. e.? First participated in the Games, athletes from the two cities Elis - Alice and Pisy. The first in the annals of the Games went 776 BC. e. - The year of the first obschegrecheskih Games. Only thanks to the ancient Greek tradition - carving the names olimpionikov on marble columns placed along the banks of the Alpheus, extant and name of the first winner - Koreba, cook from Elis.

3 The Olympic Games were held in honor of the Greek god Hercules. Game continued when Hellas fell into subjection to Rome (in the middle of the 2 century BC), resulting in a violation of one of the fundamental principles of the Olympic, allowed to participate in the Olympics only Greek citizens, and among the winners were even some Roman emperors (including Nero, "won" the race in a chariot drawn by ten horses). Impact on the Olympics and began in the 4th century BC general decline of Greek culture: they gradually lost its old meaning and essence, changing from a sporting event and a significant public event in a purely entertaining event, which was attended mostly A professional athletes in 394 BC The Olympic Games were prohibited - as "a relic of paganism" - Roman Emperor Theodosius I, forcibly engrafted Christianity. Theodosius I

4 Revival of the Olympic Games Olympic Games - the largest international multi-sport event, held every four years. Tradition, which existed in ancient Greece, was revived at the end of XIX century French philanthropist Pierre de Coubertin. Olympic Games, also known as the Summer Olympic Games, held every four years since 1896, except for the years who came to the world wars. In 1924 established Olympic Winter Games, which were originally held in the same year as the summer. However, since 1994, the time of the Winter Olympics shifted by two years on the time of the Summer Games.

5 Pierre de Coubertin Revived the Olympic Games, Pierre de Fredy, Baron de Coubertin (French Pierre de Frédy, baron de Coubertin) (January 1, 1863, Paris - September 2, 1937, Geneva) - French sports and social activist, historian, educator, writer, Baron. Initiators of the modern Olympic Games (held since 1896). President of the International Olympic Committee (IOC, , ). Born in Paris into an aristocratic family, the third child of Charles Louis de Fredy and Agatha-Gabriel de Mirville. Visiting a number of colleges and universities in the UK and America, decided to diversify their education. Coubertin attached great importance to sports as an important part of the lives of young people, one of the conditions for the harmonious development of the individual. In particular, Coubertin keen rugby and served as referee for the final match of the first French championship between "Racing Metro" and "Stade Francais."

6 Athens of the 14 countries represented at the Games received medals. More than all the U.S. team has collected gold The largest number of medals was in Greece At the time of awarding the Games I Olympic champions were awarded their medals, made of silver for second place - the Medal of medi.Pervym Olympic champion athlete today was the American James Connolly. Jumping 13 meters 71 centimeters, he won the gold medal in the triple jump. Two hours after the victory of another American Connolly became a champion, and it threw the Greeks in complete despair. The fact is that in the discus throw Greeks considered the competition. Suddenly, American discus wins, but still has about the sport only. Distant concept. Where there is sad. This American was Robert Garrett, a student Pristanskaya University. Knowing that the Games is throwing the discus, Garrett decided to take part in it, but because in America the sport was unknown, it was to make inquiries, and someone told him that the Olympics will use the same drive, which used antique throwers. Acquainted with the technique of throwing, Garrett ordered a similar drive and calmly trained with him at home. Arriving in Athens, Garrett found that the current drive is much easier and more convenient in form. So much easier and more convenient that it's no big deal to beat the favorites.·10 of the 14 countries represented at the Games received medals. More than all the U.S. team has collected gold The largest number of medals was in Greece At the time of awarding the Games I Olympic champions were awarded their medals, made of silver for second place - the Medal of medi.Pervym Olympic champion athlete today was the American James Connolly. Jumping 13 meters 71 centimeters, he won the gold medal in the triple jump. Two hours after the victory of another American Connolly became a champion, and it threw the Greeks in complete despair. The fact is that in the discus throw Greeks considered the competition. Suddenly, American discus wins, but still has about the sport only. Distant concept. Where there is sad. This American was Robert Garrett, a student Pristanskaya University. Knowing that the Games is throwing the discus, Garrett decided to take part in it, but because in America the sport was unknown, it was to make inquiries, and someone told him that the Olympics will use the same drive, which used antique throwers. Acquainted with the technique of throwing, Garrett ordered a similar drive and calmly trained with him at home. Arriving in Athens, Garrett found that the current drive is much easier and more convenient in form. So much easier and more convenient that it's no big deal to beat the favorites.

7 Paris 1900 Olympic Games 1900 held in Paris, France from May 14 to October 28. The Games was timed to the World's Fair, which took place at that time in Paris. Games have become more widespread than in previous Games in Athens in came to more competitors and celebrated with a big competition. 997 athletes, including 22 women, who came to the Olympics for the first time, representing 24 countries. Athletes competed for 95 sets of medals in 20 sports. At the Games, according to the IOC, was attended by 24 countries: Australia, Argentina, Austria, Belgium, Bohemia, Great Britain, Hungary, Germany, Denmark, Greece, India, Ireland, Italy, Canada, Japan, Mexico, Netherlands, Norway, Romania, Russia, USA, France, Switzerland, Sweden. Due to the lack of funds for the organization of the IOC Olympic Games, was dedicated to the World's Fair in 1900, the organization of the competition took on the organizing committee. Athletics competition was scheduled for July 14 - Bastille Day. Fearing that distract the audience from the competition of national celebration, organizers moved the race on Sunday, July 15. The decision angered the part of the U.S. athletes, Protestant by religion, as in the Protestant tradition is reprehensible to devote Sunday secular entertainment. Several Olympians from the U.S. withdrew from the competition. Others, trampling religious principles, came to the stadium.

8 St. Louis 1904 III Olympic Games were held in the U.S. city of St. Louis. When the International Olympic Committee, the question arose to whom to entrust the organization III Olympiad, it was decided that since the athletes of the United States were particularly successful in the first two Games, it's time to take them at the Olympics. At first it was about the organization of the Games to Chicago - one of the largest industrial cities in the north of the United States. And suddenly, this authoritative Olympic candidate appeared unexpected rival - St. Louis. At the Olympics Games III was shown a number of outstanding results in athletics - was established sixteen Olympic records, two of which are higher than world prices. Record of outstanding American athlete Archie Hahn in the women's 200 meters lasted until Khan scored three victories in St. Louis - in the women's 60, 100 and 200 meters. Three race wins American athlete James Lightbody and 1500 meters and 2500 meters steeplechase. Ray Juri - "man-rubber," as he was called journalists - again won three gold medals in all kinds of jumping from their seats. Harry Hillman won the 400-meter run, the 200 and 400 meter hurdles. For the first time in the history of the sport for the U.S. team played Negro athlete George Pooja, who finished third in the 200 hurdles and 400 meters.

9 London 1908 IV to organize the Olympic Games exposed their candidacy four cities - Berlin, London, Milan and Rome. But by the time the session of the International Olympic Committee, which was to decide on the capital of the Olympic Games in 1908, left three candidates: The Olympic Committee of Germany failed to win the support of his government and was forced to withdraw the nomination of Berlin. IOC secret ballot gave preference capital of Italy. Italians zealously set about preparing the Olympics, but suddenly a little more than a year before the Games have refused them. HORSES (Italian National Olympic Committee) reported to the IOC that it is not able to organize the Games in Rome because of the hidden opposition in Milan, Turin and other cities of the country. Despite the fact that Rome was the capital of every major city in Italy at the time claimed to be his exclusive and could not afford to Rome was separated from the total number of Italian cities. And the Olympics gave Rome the opportunity. It is better to give up the Olympics at all, decided to horses. The fact that this has become a difficult challenge for the modern Olympic movement, they are not concerned. And if not for the British, he immediately offered his services, perhaps in 1908, no games would be held. But the British have helped out, and the game was. The number of participants, the breadth of program results and the London Games have surpassed all previous ones. In the fight for 109 gold medals came in 2034 athletes (including 36 women) - more than three previous Olympics combined. The Games have sent their representatives from 22 countries. For the first time took part in the Olympic Games athletes, Iceland, New Zealand, Russia and Turkey. Finland, part of the Russian Empire at the Games is an independent team. New Zealand's Olympic athletes were on the same team with the Australians, and the team was called "Australasia". Britain was represented by 710 athletes - the largest Olympic team ever exposed to one country.

10 Stockholm 1912 The only time in the history of the Olympic Games were held in Stockholm competition shot put, discus and javelin and the left and right hand: shall deduct the amount of the two results. During and after the Games had many criticisms of the organizers of the V Olympiad, were accused of favoring their athletes. For example, in the midst of competition shooting heavy rain. Competitions continued under flood waters. But the Swedes quickly built a special shelter, which was not allowed under the athletes from other countries. As a result, in the 18 kinds of shooting exercises Swedes got 17 medals, including 7 gold, 6 silver and 4 bronze. In the struggle, the Swedish managers of specially assigned to a pair of top and equal opportunities for foreign athletes and when, after hours of fighting the winner was not detected, both loses. As a result, the strongest out of the race. Swedish as athletes, can easily cope with an obviously weaker opponent, got to the final. In this competition the participating countries: Australasia, Austria, Belgium, Bohemia, Great Britain, Hungary, Germany, Greece, Denmark, Egypt, Iceland, Italy, Japan, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Turkey, Portugal, Russia, Serbia, USA, Finland, Chile, France, Switzerland, Sweden, JUAS, Japan.

11 Antwerp 1920 VII Olympic Games in Antwerp. This time it involved fewer countries. Russia did not take part because of political reasons, Germany and the Allies did not participate because of the First World War. Budapest athletes did not participate. Competitions were held in sports like boxing, wrestling, cycling, water discipline, rowing, riding, athletics, sailing, tug of war, swimming, polo, rugby, modern pentathlon, shooting, archery, tennis, weight athletics, fencing, figure skating, ice hockey and field hockey. Hero of the Games was Finnish athlete Paavo Nurmi, who won the race at 10,000 meters and cross (personal and team championship) and won a silver medal in the 5000 meters. Two gold medals were won by Englishman Albert Hill: he won in the women's 800 and 1,500 meters. One of the heroes of the Stockholm Olympics Finnish distance runner Hannes Kolehmaynen in Antwerp was the only one in the marathon, which was the first. Won three gold medals, setting three world records, the American swimmer Etelda Bleibtreu - on the 100 and 300-meter freestyle relay and the 4 x 100 meters. Norwegian shooter Otto Olsen won four gold and two silver medals in the individual and team competitions in rifle shooting. Sailing competitions at the VII Olympiad ended with the triumph of Norwegian sailors - they won 7 gold medals. Italian fencer Nedo Nadi has achieved outstanding results, the one in the history of fencing: won 5 gold medals - in the individual competitions and saber fencers and team competitions in fencing, saber and epee. Slipped away from him just a personal victory in the tournament epee. Hawaiian Duke Kahanamoku, who plays for the U.S. team for the second time in a row won the title of Olympic champion in the 100-meter freestyle.

12 Paris 1924 VIII Olympic Games were held in France in Paris. As in the previous Olympic Games Russia and Germany are not allowed. Finnish runner Paavo Nurmi, like four years ago, was considered the best athlete the Games, he won the VIII Olympiad 5 gold medals. His compatriot Ville Ritola, who lived and trained in the United States and specifically was called home before the Olympics, won the race by meters, 3,000-meter steeplechase, in addition, he received a gold medal for winning the team competition in women's 3,000 meters and a silver - in the women's 5,000 meters. Five medals, including three gold, won the French fencer Roger Ducret. He won the individual tournament fencers in the team - and epee fencers tournaments. Two silver medals he received in the individual competition in saber fencing and shpagah.V intense struggle took place in the pool, "turret" competition swimmers. Brilliantly acted American Johnny Weissmuller, who won the two main ranges and 400 meter freestyle.

13 Two bronze medals in shooting at "running deer" was Alfred Swan. Only at the Olympics in 1912, 1920 and 1924, he won three gold, three silver and three bronze medals. His father, Oscar was also awarded medals (three gold, one silver and two bronze) in three Olympic Games , 1912 and So great Swedish hands, the father and son, won six gold, four silver and five bronze medals. This is the only case in the history of the modern Olympic Games. In ancient times, only aware of one such family success. Spartan Gippostenes in years. BC. e. six times winning in Olympic wrestling, and in the same sport, his son Hetoymekles five times winner received an olive branch. Football tournament gathered 22 teams. For the first time at the Olympics were overseas players - Uruguayans. Beginners in brilliant style with an impressive score of crushed - 7:0 - strong team of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes. All the experts agreed unanimously that this team was not just a winner, and really the best technically and tactically team tournament. In water polo, France violated the hegemony of the English, winning the last three Olympics. True, his French victory must Hungarians who drove a team of British preliminary competition

14 Helsinki 1952 XV Summer Olympic Games were held from July 19 to August 3, 1952 in Helsinki, Finland. For the right to become the capital of the Olympics struggled Amsterdam, Athens, Lausanne, and five U.S. cities: Chicago, Detroit, Los Angeles, Minneapolis and Philadelphia. Helsinki was chosen as the capital of the Olympic Games in 1952 at the 40th IOC Session June 21, In 1940 in Helsinki had to go the Olympics, but they were canceled because of World War II. Participated in the Games 4,955 athletes (519 women and 4436 men) from 69 countries of the world. Compete for 149 sets of medals in 17 sports. First attended the national teams of the USSR and Germany. Olympic flame lit Paavo Nurmi and Hannes Kolehmaynen. Games opened Finnish President Juho Kusti Paasikivi. Closed them, IOC President Siegfried Edström.XV Summer Olympic Games were held from July 19 to August 3, 1952 in Helsinki, Finland. For the right to become the capital of the Olympics struggled Amsterdam, Athens, Lausanne, and five U.S. cities: Chicago, Detroit, Los Angeles, Minneapolis and Philadelphia. Helsinki was chosen as the capital of the Olympic Games in 1952 at the 40th IOC Session June 21, In 1940 in Helsinki had to go the Olympics, but they were canceled because of World War II. Participated in the Games 4,955 athletes (519 women and 4436 men) from 69 countries of the world. Compete for 149 sets of medals in 17 sports. First attended the national teams of the USSR and Germany. Olympic flame lit Paavo Nurmi and Hannes Kolehmaynen. Games opened Finnish President Juho Kusti Paasikivi. Closed them, IOC President Siegfried Edström.

15 Melbourne 1956 During the competition in gymnastics in one hour 11 times raised the Soviet flag and sounded the Soviet anthem. Soviet athletes took 11 gold, 6 silver and 5 bronze medals, becoming the undisputed world champion.During the competition in gymnastics in one hour 11 times raised the Soviet flag and sounded the Soviet anthem. Soviet athletes took 11 gold, 6 silver and 5 bronze medals, becoming the undisputed world champion. Equestrian sport had to be in Stockholm, not because of the force at the Melbourne Australian Quarantine hard to import animals.Equestrian sport had to be in Stockholm, not because of the force at the Melbourne Australian Quarantine hard to import animals. At the Congress of the International Federation of Swimming (FINA) in the International Technical Committees were first introduced by the representatives of the Soviet Union: swimming - V. Kitaev, water polo - AY Kistiakowsky and Diving - S. EfimovAt the Congress of the International Federation of Swimming (FINA) in the International Technical Committees were first introduced by the representatives of the Soviet Union: swimming - V. Kitaev, water polo - AY Kistiakowsky and Diving - S. Efimov

16 Rome 1960 XVII Summer Olympics were held in Rome (Italy) from 25 August to 11 September It was the first summer Olympics for Italy, the very first Winter Olympics held in Italy four years earlier in Cortina d'Ampezzo. Rome was elected as the capital XVII Olympic Games June 15, 1955 at the 50th IOC Session in Paris. Rome was the main competitor of Lausanne, Switzerland - the final round of voting to Rome was preferred with a score of In the overall medal standings in 1960, the Soviet Union took priority. Especially was the undisputed advantage of Russian gymnasts who won a team competition, and five individual exercises won 14 medals, behind rivals only one. Against the background of such a success 5 gold, 3 silver and 3 bronze medals in men's gymnastics team has not seemed too impressive. Second highest number of medals expected got the United States. But the third-ranked host the Olympics, that is certainly an achievement for Italian athletes.

17 Tokyo 1964 XVIII Summer Olympic Games in Tokyo, capital of Japan, from 10 to 24 October The Olympic Games in 1964 were the first Olympic games held in Asia, while in 1940 in Tokyo, were to be held XII Summer Olympics, initially transferred to Helsinki because of Japan's invasion of China, and then completely canceled. To host the Olympics in 1964 claimed four cities in Japan, the USA, Austria, Belgium. The top two teams this - the USA and the USSR. USA won the most gold medals silver and 28 bronze. USSR won 30 gold, 31 silver and 35 bronze

18 Mexico City 1968 XIX Summer Olympic Games in Mexico City. While this is the only Olympic Games held in Latin America. However, on 2 October 2009 it was announced that Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, will host the summer Olympic Games in Mexico City was chosen as the capital of the XIX Olympic Games October 18, 1963 at the 60th IOC Session in Baden-Baden. In 5531 the capital of Mexico arrived athlete from 112 countries, which was a record of the first Games. First Olympic Games were held in Latin America. For the first time the Olympic Games were shown on television around the world: the Olympic competitions on TV at the same time could watch over half a billion people on all continents of the world. The winner of the contest was the USA, the second place went to the USSR, and Japan third.XIX Summer Olympic Games in Mexico City. While this is the only Olympic Games held in Latin America. However, on 2 October 2009 it was announced that Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, will host the summer Olympic Games in Mexico City was chosen as the capital of the XIX Olympic Games October 18, 1963 at the 60th IOC Session in Baden-Baden. In 5531 the capital of Mexico arrived athlete from 112 countries, which was a record of the first Games. First Olympic Games were held in Latin America. For the first time the Olympic Games were shown on television around the world: the Olympic competitions on TV at the same time could watch over half a billion people on all continents of the world. The winner of the contest was the USA, the second place went to the USSR, and Japan third.

19 Munich 1972 XX Olympic Games international competition in the cycle of the Summer Olympic Games were held in Munich C26 August to 10 September Before the start of the Olympic Games in Munich were landscaping, large investments. It first built underground, almost completely remodeled city center, the number of rooms in hotels increased from 16 to 150 thousand, was virtually re-created a system of access roads. September 5, 1972 was the largest tragedy in the history of the Olympic sports. Terrorists in 4 hours 30 minutes entered the pavilion № 31 Olympic Village, the hostage-taking of several members of the Israeli delegation, and in response to the belated and ill- considered actions Bavarian police opened fire and killed 11 hostages. For the first time at the Olympics spilled blood shocked the world. Olympic competitions were held at a high level. During the Games, it was established 94 Olympic and 46 world records. First place went to the Soviet Union, the United States second, and a third of the GDR.

20 Montreal 1976 XXI Summer Olympics were held in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Montreal won the right to host the Olympics for the 69th session of the IOC in 1970, beating rivals Moscow and Los Angeles, who carried out the next game. This is the only summer Olympic Games held in Canada. Canada did not win any gold medals at these Games (5 silver and 6 bronze). It was the first and only time the tournament hosts have not received major awards. First place went to the Soviet Union, beating all by a wide margin. Second place went to the German Democratic Republic, and the third in the United States.

21 Moscow 1980 Summer Olympics 1980 (official name - Games of the XXII Olympiad) were held in Moscow, the capital of the USSR, from July 19 to August 3, It was the first in the history of the Olympic Games in Eastern Europe, and the first Games held in a socialist country. Part of the 1980 Olympics competitions held in other cities of the Soviet Union,namely: sailing regatta started in Tallinn, pre- game and quarter-football tournament held in Kiev, Leningrad and Minsk, and competition shooting took place at the shooting range, "Dynamo" in the Moscow suburb of Mytishchi. Summer Olympics 1980 (official name - Games of the XXII Olympiad) were held in Moscow, the capital of the USSR, from July 19 to August 3, It was the first in the history of the Olympic Games in Eastern Europe, and the first Games held in a socialist country. Part of the 1980 Olympics competitions held in other cities of the Soviet Union, namely: sailing regatta started in Tallinn, pre- game and quarter-football tournament held in Kiev, Leningrad and Minsk, and competition shooting took place at the shooting range, "Dynamo" in the Moscow suburb of Mytishchi.

22 Games are known for more than 50 countries boycotted the Olympics due to the launch in 1979 of the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan. Some athletes from countries boycotted the Games, yet came to Moscow and were under the Olympic flag. This boycott was a major cause of retaliatory boycott by the Soviet Union and some of its allies on the next Summer Olympic Games in Los Angeles in The decision about which city the Olympics-1980 International Olympic Committee adopted at the 75th session of October 23, 1974 in Vienna. Just attended the Moscow Olympics athletes from 81 countries and the number of participants lost to Moscow-1980 immediately preceding five years Olympics. Fewer participants (67) in the last Summer Games was in 1956 in Melbourne. The winner was the host the Olympics. USSR left all by a wide margin. Second place went to the GDR. Third place in Bulgaria.Games are known for more than 50 countries boycotted the Olympics due to the launch in 1979 of the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan. Some athletes from countries boycotted the Games, yet came to Moscow and were under the Olympic flag. This boycott was a major cause of retaliatory boycott by the Soviet Union and some of its allies on the next Summer Olympic Games in Los Angeles in The decision about which city the Olympics-1980 International Olympic Committee adopted at the 75th session of October 23, 1974 in Vienna. Just attended the Moscow Olympics athletes from 81 countries and the number of participants lost to Moscow-1980 immediately preceding five years Olympics. Fewer participants (67) in the last Summer Games was in 1956 in Melbourne. The winner was the host the Olympics. USSR left all by a wide margin. Second place went to the GDR. Third place in Bulgaria.

23 Los Angeles 1984 Summer Olympic Games 1984 (born 1984 Summer Olympics), the official name - XXIII Olympic Games held in Los Angeles, California, USA, from 28 July to 12 August Los Angeles took second Olympic Games after "Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum" is the only stadium where the opening ceremony took place two Olympic Games (in other cases where a city hosted the Olympics again, use other stadiums).Summer Olympic Games 1984 (born 1984 Summer Olympics), the official name - XXIII Olympic Games held in Los Angeles, California, USA, from 28 July to 12 August Los Angeles took second Olympic Games after "Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum" is the only stadium where the opening ceremony took place two Olympic Games (in other cases where a city hosted the Olympics again, use other stadiums).

24 Due to the U.S. boycott of previous Olympic Games 1980 held in Moscow Games were boycotted by the Soviet Union and most of the socialist countries (except China, Romania and Yugoslavia, in this case from Romania officially advocated the delegation of the National Olympic Committee), pursue alternative competition - "Druzhba-84". The official reason was the failure of the organizers of the boycott of the Olympic Games to provide security guarantees to the athletes of the Soviet Union and other Warsaw Pact countries.Due to the U.S. boycott of previous Olympic Games 1980 held in Moscow Games were boycotted by the Soviet Union and most of the socialist countries (except China, Romania and Yugoslavia, in this case from Romania officially advocated the delegation of the National Olympic Committee), pursue alternative competition - "Druzhba-84". The official reason was the failure of the organizers of the boycott of the Olympic Games to provide security guarantees to the athletes of the Soviet Union and other Warsaw Pact countries. In the absence of the Soviet and East German athletes convincing overall victory scored the Americans, who won three gold medals for more than a team of the USSR in 1980 in Moscow (the total number of Americans lost record winning Soviet team 21 medals). American record for the most gold awards is the highest achievement in the history of the Olympic GamesIn the absence of the Soviet and East German athletes convincing overall victory scored the Americans, who won three gold medals for more than a team of the USSR in 1980 in Moscow (the total number of Americans lost record winning Soviet team 21 medals). American record for the most gold awards is the highest achievement in the history of the Olympic Games

25 Number of volunteers Journalists ( Writing, TV and radio).Number of volunteers Journalists ( Writing, TV and radio). Mascot of the Olympic Games in Los Angeles was a bald eagle Sam. Bald eagle is a symbol of the United States. Sam is also the name of a different symbol for the U.S. - Uncle Sam, whose eagle "borrowed" the cylinder, painted in the colors of the American flag.Mascot of the Olympic Games in Los Angeles was a bald eagle Sam. Bald eagle is a symbol of the United States. Sam is also the name of a different symbol for the U.S. - Uncle Sam, whose eagle "borrowed" the cylinder, painted in the colors of the American flag.

26 Seoul 1988 Summer Olympics 1988 (XXIV Olympic Games officially) held in Seoul from September 17 to October 2. South Korea became the second Asian country after Japan, who took Olympic Games. Recent stories in the games for teams of the USSR and the GDR during the 1970s and 1980s, dominated the world sports. After the end of the Summer Olympic Games in Seoul from 15 to 24 October last summer Paralympic Games 1988.

27 Barcelona 1992 XXV Summer Olympic Games (born 1992 Summer Olympics, fr. Jeux Olympiques d'été de 1992, App. Juegos Olímpicos de Barcelona 1992, cat. Jocs Olímpics d'estiu 1992) held in Barcelona from 25 July to 9 August Been played 257 sets of medals. Participated in the Games 9356 participants (6652 men and 2704 women), representing 169 teams.XXV Summer Olympic Games (born 1992 Summer Olympics, fr. Jeux Olympiques d'été de 1992, App. Juegos Olímpicos de Barcelona 1992, cat. Jocs Olímpics d'estiu 1992) held in Barcelona from 25 July to 9 August Been played 257 sets of medals. Participated in the Games 9356 participants (6652 men and 2704 women), representing 169 teams.

28 Atlanta 1996 XXVI Summer Olympic Games in Atlanta, Georgia, USA, from 19 July to 4 August Has been played 271 sets of medals in 26 sports. It was the first Olympics for Team Russia. Since the Games were held in the Centennial Olympic Games I, many viewed Athens as a favorite choice of voting capital. However, the Games were suddenly given to Atlanta.XXVI Summer Olympic Games in Atlanta, Georgia, USA, from 19 July to 4 August Has been played 271 sets of medals in 26 sports. It was the first Olympics for Team Russia. Since the Games were held in the Centennial Olympic Games I, many viewed Athens as a favorite choice of voting capital. However, the Games were suddenly given to Atlanta.

29 The Games been severely criticized by officials, athletes and journalists. Especially, there were problems with the organization of traffic, incompetence volunteers, failures in information systems. Criticized excessive kommertsializovannost Games. Serious accident was an explosion in the Olympic Park, which took place on July 27 and at the time of obscuring Olympic event. The blast killed one person, another died of a heart attack, more than a hundred people were slightly injured. At the closing ceremony of the Games, IOC President JA Samaranch, the only time during his presidency did not say traditional phrase "These games have been the best in history."The Games been severely criticized by officials, athletes and journalists. Especially, there were problems with the organization of traffic, incompetence volunteers, failures in information systems. Criticized excessive kommertsializovannost Games. Serious accident was an explosion in the Olympic Park, which took place on July 27 and at the time of obscuring Olympic event. The blast killed one person, another died of a heart attack, more than a hundred people were slightly injured. At the closing ceremony of the Games, IOC President JA Samaranch, the only time during his presidency did not say traditional phrase "These games have been the best in history."

30 Sydney 2000 XXVII Summer Olympic Games were held in Sydney from 15 September to 1 October Been played 300 sets of medals in 28 sports (38 including subspecies). For the second time in the history of Olympic Games were held in Australia. In 1956, the Olympic Games were held in Melbourne. For the first time in the Olympic program include triathlon, taekwondo and trampolining. The first set of medals at the Olympics was played shooting, in the women's air rifle shooting. Gold won the American Nancy Johnson. Russian flag at the opening ceremony for the first time carried a representative playing sports - handball goalkeeper Andrei Lavrov. In the history of the Soviet representatives Olympism team sports also awarded this honor. Handball players did not disappoint - the Russian team won the gold, thanks in part to a phenomenal game Lavrov in the final against Sweden.

31 Athens 2004 XXVIII Summer Olympic Games (official name - Games of the XXVIII Olympiad in 2004) took place in Athens, Greece, from 13 to 29 August. The competition was attended by 10,625 athletes from 201 countries. Total has been played 301 sets of medals in 28 sports. Olympics visited 3,875,479 people. November 13, 2004 Greece has estimated the cost of the Olympics, which amounted to billion euros ($ 11.2 billion) in costs were not included the construction of those buildings that were built not for gaming, but included security costs, which amounted to 1.08 billion euros ($ 1.35 billion). Broadcaster NBC Universal paid the IOC $ 793 million for the acquisition of TV broadcasting rights in the United States. On all TV channels network NBC Universal (NBC, CNBC, MSNBC, Bravo, USA Network & Telemundo) game broadcast 24 hours a day, seven days a week.XXVIII Summer Olympic Games (official name - Games of the XXVIII Olympiad in 2004) took place in Athens, Greece, from 13 to 29 August. The competition was attended by 10,625 athletes from 201 countries. Total has been played 301 sets of medals in 28 sports. Olympics visited 3,875,479 people. November 13, 2004 Greece has estimated the cost of the Olympics, which amounted to billion euros ($ 11.2 billion) in costs were not included the construction of those buildings that were built not for gaming, but included security costs, which amounted to 1.08 billion euros ($ 1.35 billion). Broadcaster NBC Universal paid the IOC $ 793 million for the acquisition of TV broadcasting rights in the United States. On all TV channels network NBC Universal (NBC, CNBC, MSNBC, Bravo, USA Network & Telemundo) game broadcast 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

32 Beijing Summer Olympics (born 2008 Summer Olympics, fr. Jeux Olympiques d'été de 2008, whale 年 夏季 奥林匹克运动会, official name - Games of the XXIX Olympiad) were held in Beijing, capital of China, from 8 to 24 August Some events were held in Hong Kong, Tianjin, Qingdao, Qinhuangdao, Shanghai and Shenyang. Talisman games - Kids luck.2008 Summer Olympics (born 2008 Summer Olympics, fr. Jeux Olympiques d'été de 2008, whale 年 夏季 奥林匹克运动会, official name - Games of the XXIX Olympiad) were held in Beijing, capital of China, from 8 to 24 August Some events were held in Hong Kong, Tianjin, Qingdao, Qinhuangdao, Shanghai and Shenyang. Talisman games - Kids luck.

33 London 2012 Summer Olympic Games in 2012 (born 2012 Summer Olympics, fr. Jeux Olympiques d'été de 2012, officially called the XXX Olympic Games) - thirtieth Olympic Games, held in London, stolitseVelikobritanii, from 27 July to 12 August London became the first city to the Games for the third time (before they went there in 1908 and 1948). Games mascots - Wenlock and Mandeville.Summer Olympic Games in 2012 (born 2012 Summer Olympics, fr. Jeux Olympiques d'été de 2012, officially called the XXX Olympic Games) - thirtieth Olympic Games, held in London, stolitseVelikobritanii, from 27 July to 12 August London became the first city to the Games for the third time (before they went there in 1908 and 1948). Games mascots - Wenlock and Mandeville.

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