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History of the Olympic GamesПрезентацию подготовили:Бахтеева Анжелика ,10 классМБОУ «Айшинская СОШ Зеленодольского муниципального района Республики Татарстан»,Учитель Кузнецова М.А.
The Olympic Games have a very long history. They began in ancient Greece.
style.rotation The Olympic GamesOlympics - the largest international multi-sport competition held every four years. The tradition that existed in ancient Greece, was revived in the late XIX century, French philanthropist Pierre de Coubertin.
Summer OlympicsOlympic Games, also known as the Summer Olympics were held every four years since 1896, except for the years that came to world war.
Olympic Winter GamesIn 1924 were established Olympic Winter Games, which were originally held in the same year as the summer. However, since 1994, during the Winter Olympic Games in two years, is shifted with respect to the time of the summer games.
Ancient Olympic GamesOlympic Games of ancient Greece were the religious and sports festival, held in Olympia. For information about the origin of games lost, but preserved several legends describing the event. The first documented celebration refers to 776 BC. Oe. They were established by Hercules, although it is known that the games were held in the past.
The revival of the Olympic GamesCoubertin thought a lot over the idea of hosting international events to promote the sport. Noticing the growing public interest in the ancient Olympic Games, caused loud archaeological discoveries at Olympia, De Coubertin drafted revival of the Olympic games and made 25 November 1892 at the Sorbonne, the world famous University of Paris, on "Revival of Olympism."
A HISTORIC DECISIONJune 23, 1894 Coubertin's efforts were unsuccessful. At the congress at the Sorbonne, was made a historic decision: "Because there is no doubt the benefits provided by the revival of the Olympic Games, both in terms of sports, as well as international, but will be revived on the basis of those games that meet the demands of modern life"
Demetrius Vikelas was elected president of the Olympic Committee.It also established the International Olympic Committee (IOC), in which De Coubertin became the general secretary. It was decided to hold games every four years. After discussion, the Congress supported the other Coubertin Demetrius Vikelasa to hold the first modern Olympic Games in Athens, as a sign of the continuity of the Games of antiquity. Demetrius Vikelas was elected president of the Olympic Committee.
style.rotation The first modern GamesThe first modern Games were a great success. Despite the fact that participation in the Games was only 241 athletes (14 countries), the Games have become the biggest sporting event ever passed from the time of ancient Greece. Greek officials were so pleased to have put forward a proposal for "eternal" hold Olympic Games to their birthplace in Greece. But the IOC has introduced a rotation between the different states, so that every four years changed the venue of the Games
style.rotation THE OLYMPIC FLAG
Russia joined the Olympic movement in 1952.In 1980 Moscow hosted the 22-nd Olympic games.
style.rotation The 2008 Summer Olympic Games was a major international multi-sport event that took place in Beijing, China in August 2008.
A total of 10,500 athletes competed in 302 events in 28 sports. Russian sportsmen won 72 medals: 23 gold, 21 silver, 28 bronze and took the 3rd rank after China and the USA.
style.rotation The 2010 Winter Olympics, officially known as the 21st Winter Olympics, were held in February 12-28, 2010, in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
ppt_wr The 2014 Winter Olympics, officially known as the XXII Olympic Winter Games, is an international winter multiple sports event that will be celebrated in February 2014. This will be the first time that the Russian Federation will host the Winter Olympics
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