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Why they celebrate the Olympics 2012 in London?

They bid to find out where to host the Olympics!


What did the ancient Greeks celebrate?

Olympics


Why do we celebrate the Olympics?

it was an ancient greek tradition


What special events do Greece celebrate?

The Olympics


Why did Greece think of the Olympics?

To celebrate their god Zues


What happens after the medals have been presented in the Olympics?

they celebrate


Did they have mascots in the Ancient Olympics?

yes they did to celebrate ZEUS!


Why do you celebrate the Olympics?

stop asking me i dont know


What ancient games did the Greeks create that we still celebrate today?

Olympics


Why is the Olympics played only every 4 years?

because there are 4 gods in Greece they use to celebrate that is how Olympics was made they use to celebrate the gods on separate years but now they celebrate the gods together so Olympics is every 4 years The summer Olympics are held every 4 years, same with the winter, but they alternate, so that the summer Olympics is in 2000 and the winter Olympics is in 2002. Then that means the next summer Olympics is in 2004 and the next winter is in 2006.


Why did ancient Greece celebrate Olympics?

IT WAS A WAY TO HONER THEIR GODS


Why did they have mascots in the ancient Olympics?

To celebrate the exsistence of their ruler, ZEUS!


What are the meaning of each color in Olympics rings?

To celebrate the flags that are in the olympic


Why do you have marathon races in the Olympics?

To celebrate the running of a slave to the city Marathon.


Why did the first Olympics take place?

The very first Olympics were played by the Greeks to show of their strength(they also did this naked imagine watching a 100m sprint naked ewww...)to celebrate sports


How often do the olympic games celebrate?

Every two yrs. But for example after the first two yrs the summer olympics take place but the next two yrs the winter olympics take place


Which ancient Greek god were the ancient Olympics to celebrate?

well.... they originally started to honor zeus, king of the gods.


Why are there opening and closing Ceremonies in the Olympics?

There are Ceremonies so that people knos when it starts and when it finishes. And people celebrate on Ceremonies days.


Why is the Olympics important to people?

The olympic games are important to people because it brings all the countries together to celebrate this special gift of movement we have.


The winning country in the Olympics is it determined by most gold or is it by most total medals?

There is no "winning country" in the Olympics. The games celebrate human achievement not national achievement. That being said, the US has won the most medals overall in all of the Olympics, Canada may well have won the most Gold Medals in a Winter Olympics and the US may well have won the most medals of any type in any of the Winter Olympics. I don't know which country has won the most Golds and most medals overall in the Summer Olympics.


How did the statue of Zeus become a wonder?

This is the statue of the god in whose honor the Ancient Olympic games were held. It was located on the land that gave its very name to the Olympics. At the time of the games, wars stopped, and athletes came from Asia Minor, Syria, Egypt, and Sicily to celebrate the Olympics and to worship their king of gods: Zeus.


How does the Olympics influeneces us today and how?

=it influence us 2day because 1we 1celebrate it ever 4 years so we no its special very specail because if we celebrate it every year it wont be that specail=


What christian celebrate and when they celebrate?

All of them celebrate when they celebrate.


Why did they make Mario and Sonic at the Olympic games?

Why do gaming companies need reasons to make games, I guess they wanted to make a spin off series with both companies' mascots to celebrate the olympics.


Was Tae Kwon Do in the 1984 Olympics?

No, taekwondo was in the 1988 Olympics, 1992 Olympics, 2000 Olympics, 2004 Olympics, 2008 Olympics and it is scheduled to appear in the 2012 Olympics and the 2016 Olympics.