the diffrence between modern and ancient olympics is that it was not as safe and many were killed in ancient olympics
- They were playing in naked but right now they are wearing Olympic clothes. - Right now it changed lots of designs. - In Ancient Olympic they didn't had torch relay, in modern Olympic they have torch relay. - In Ancient Olympic they didn't had a flag, but right now we have the six colorful ring flag.
people did older sports in the older Olympic games, where people could die. also it was not on TV.
why would I tell you guys can't u look it up lozers
to symbolize the link between the ancient and modern Olympic Games. The flame was lit in a ceremony at Olympia, Greece.
What year did the first ancient olympic games take place
about 5 or 9.
Modern Olympic Tracks are 400m, Ancient Tracks are 440 yards
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In about 1877The first modern Olympic games were held on April 6th, 1896 in Athens, Greece.
Men competed naked for pride and there toughness and braveness.
The Ancient Olympic Games were held every four years, a tradition that continues in the modern era.
Women are now allowed to compete and there is a Marathon and there is winter Olympics and many more sports and no going naked. Ancient Olympic and Modern Olympic has a lots of events.
In ancient Greece Olympia was the venue for the games which took their name after this city: The Olympic games. They were not in Athens. The modern Olympic Games are different.
The ancient Olympic Games began in the year 776 BC. The marathon was not an event of the ancient Olympic Games. This is a modern event that started in 1896.
The first Olympic Games of the modern era took place in 1896. They were held in Athens, Greece where they were held in ancient times.
Discus and javelin.
The pentathlon is a modern Olympics sport.
By both of the games they still have discus, javelin and wrestling. they also have wresteling.
The Olympic flame is a practice continued from the ancient Olympic Games. In Olympia (Greece), a flame was ignited by the sun and then kept burning until the closing of the Olympic Games. The flame first appeared in the modern Olympics at the 1928 Olympic Games in Amsterdam. The flame itself represents a number of things, including purity and the endeavor for perfection. In 1936, the chairman of the organizing committee for the 1936 Olympic Games, Carl Diem, suggested what is now the modern Olympic Torch relay. The Olympic flame is lit at the ancient site of Olympia by women wearing ancient-style robes and using a curved mirror and the sun. The Olympic Torch is then passed from runner to runner from the ancient site of Olympia to the Olympic stadium in the hosting city. The flame is then kept alight until the Games have concluded. The Olympic Torch relay represents a continuation from the ancient Olympic Games to the modern Olympics.