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The Olympics by Anais
What is the Olympics? The Olympics are a sort of competition that has a lot of different sports in it. Most countries take part in it. The Olympics were invented in Ancient Greece. The Olympics were then held in 1896 and they were stopped during the second world war (it was brought back afterwards).
The Olympics Beijing They are held every 4 years. In the ones that have just been at Beijing, we came fourth with 47 medals - 19 of them were gold (we finished in the same place as we hoped to in 2012). China won with 100 medals and 57 of them being gold The U.S.A came second with 36 gold medals In Beijing??
OLYMPICS 2012 The Olympics start in London,2012 in less than 1382 days. An 80,000 seated stadium in London will hold the Olympics. An amazing swimmer Michael Phelps who is an American athlete, may be competing for England in 2012
Some of the Olympic designs
A boxers story Women weren’t allowed to compete in the Ancient Greek Olympics and were severely punished if they were even caught watching the Olympics. Here is a story from the ancient Greek Olympics: A girl named Kallipatira was the daughter of a famous boxer but one day she was caught watching the Olympics. She was nearly beaten but luckily, seeing as she was the daughter of a famous boxer they didn’t beat her up in case they got beaten up!
Ancient Greek Olympics Allegedly the Ancient Greek Olympics started in 750 B.C. when Homer was around but really they started way before that. They did many events for example: B B B Boxing, wrestling, racing, javelin and discus. The winners were presented with an olive wreath, palm branches and woollen ribbons. Discus: Athletes threw a heavy disk and tried to get it further than the other athletes. Javelin: Athletes threw a long wooden pole about the same length as fully grown man from a fixed point. The aim was to go as far as you could. Boxing was like normal boxing except that there was no classes like middle weight, heavy light weight and heavy weight
The End I hope you have learnt something about the Ancient Greek and modern Olympics. Thank you for watching.