Greece is always the first country in the Olympic Opening Ceremony, because the Olympics originated from Greece.
Olympic protocol states the first athletes that enter the stadium during the opening ceremony are those from Greece in recognition of Greece being the home of the Olympics (where the Ancient Olympics first began).
No they are first to enter the stadium.
yes they were
Because Greece is where the ancient Olympics were held,
Greece because it is the birthplace of the olympics
Greece where the olympics started
The first opening ceremony for the Modern Olympics were held in Athens, Greece on April 6, 1896.
Greece, in honor of where the Olympics began.
Greece always leads the ceremony, the host country is always last. Since the Olympics began in Greece they are given the honor of being the first to walk during the opening ceremonies.
Greece enters the stadium during opening ceremonies first in respect to the Olympics beginning there and the host country enters last.
Because Greece was the country that created the olympics, about 3,000 years ago. And the Hosting always goes last.
The 1928 Summer Games were the first in which the opening ceremony saw Greece enter the stadium first and the host country, The Netherlands, enter last. This became tradition that is continued today.
No Greece is the first one to enter because they discovered Olympia so they go first then it's in alphabetical order.
Greece leads the march past at every Olympic games. Greece is given the privilege as she is the nation where modern Olympics was held for the first time.
After being lit in a ceremony in Greece, the Olympic torch is carried through relay, to the country that is hosting the Olympics for the year. It is passed from runner to runner, until the final runner is revealed at the opening ceremony.
the opening ceremony is still a grand start to the olympics that was started in ancient greece
Traditionally, Greece is the first country to appear first during the opening ceremonies. This is to honor that country as the founders of the Olympic games.