The Olympic Torch is estimated to be around 5 pounds.
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,
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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
people use the olympic torch to celebrate the olympic games
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.
It has 8,000 holes in the Olympic torch 2012
The olympic torch traveled by boats.
The Olympic torch relay was invented in 1936.
the reason for the Olympic torch is that represents the olympics
No, there is not a summer and a winter olympic torch. There is only one torch. At the first olympic games ever held, the torch was lit, and it will never go out, so it just gets passed on to all of the olympic games that are held.
Olympic torch-bearers, nominated by sponsors of the Olympic games, carry the Olympic flame from its source, in Athens, to the main stadium, using a series of gas-filled Olympic torches, much like a relay race. Each torch-bearer is given their own Olympic torch (which they keep) which is lit by the Olympic flame carried by the previous torch-bearer. To preserve the flame's continuity, the Olympic flame is carried in special safety-lamps while travelling by air or sea. Once at the main stadium, during the opening ceremony, the final torch-bearer lights the Olympic beacon which remains lit throughout the games. The Olympic flame is therefore the flame itself, while the Olympic torches are the receptacles that carried the flame from Athens to the main stadium.
There was no Olympic Torch ceremony until 1936, and no torch at the Ancient Olympics.
They use a drill to make holes in the Olympic Torch.
this year the Olympic torch will be led through Dundee
"the Olympic torch" is "la torche olympique" (fem.)