It has 8,000 holes in the Olympic torch 2012
there are 250 holes in the torch
There are 8,000 holes on the Olympic torch. This is beacause there are 8,000 torch bearers. (They're the people who run with the torch.) Hope this helps and GO TEAM GB! WOO!
the Olympic torch is made from Aluminium Alloy with 8000 HOLES to represent the 8000 torch bearers.
Each hole represents the 8000 torch carriers.
pure gold and 800 holes
The Olympic torch, which was made from aluminium alloy, was gold in colour (but contained no real gold). It contained 8,000 circular holes, to represent the 8,000 torch runners around the world (the holes also helped feed oxygen to the flames to keep them alive).
.Because each hole represents each person running with the torch.
It depends on the games, each Olympic games has a different design for the torch. this year it is a triangle. it has 8000 holes 2 represent the ppeople who r carrying it
It was made out of pure gold and it has 800, holes.
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why is there an Olympic torch?#
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The final Olympic torch bearer will use the torch to light the cauldron at the Olympic venue.
where does the Olympic torch begin its journey?
we light the olympic torch becouse
A regular person cannot purchase an Olympic torch. You can buy an Olympic torch replica on Amazon or Ebay. If you participate in the Olympics, you will be offered a chance to purchase an Olympic torch,
people use the olympic torch to celebrate the olympic games
because each hole represents person running with the torch.beat that answer...
today the olympic torch is in uxbridge
The reason for the lighting of the Olympic Torch is to continue a Greek tradition. In ancient times, the torch was lit at the opening of every Olympic Games.