All wars were paused during the olympic games in ancient Greece.
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during 200 bc in ancient greece
because of king Zeus
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Gymnasium originates from the Greek root "gymno," which means naked. The Greeks used to exercise completely naked, such as during the ancient Olympic competitions, and eventually this term came to be used to describe the place where exercise occurred.
The Summer Olympics are held during the summer and have summer sports and competitions. The Winter Olympics are held during the winter and have winter sports and competitions. Both Olympic competitions are held every four years, but Winter Olympics are held two years after the most recent Summer Olympics.
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Its from the city-state Olympia that was in ancient Greece. During the Olympics all wars stopped, to honour this religious celebration which was dedicated to the Olympian God Zeus - father of all Gods who lived on Mt. Olympus, Pieria, Greece.
It is a practice continued from ancient games and represents purity and endeaver for perfection
The ancient Olympics was a religious observance using athletic competitions. Any freeborn Greek male could participate. It was held every 4 years during the summer in Olympia, Greece. The ancient Olympics had competitions in running, fighting (boxing and wrestling), chariot racing and a pentathlon (wresting, running, long jump, javelin throw, and discus throw). The modern Olympics is a cultural and political event staged as athletic competitions and is held every 4 years in summer and in winter at a different location each time. Competitions are held in the participating countries throughout the four years before an Olympics to determine who will be the members of each country's Olympic team and only those can compete in the Olympics. The modern Olympics involves many more sports than the ancient games, including team sports that were unknown to the ancient Greeks.
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.
boxing and discus were two of the nine events that took place during the ancient Greece Olympics.
In Olympic swimming pools there must always be 10 lanes. Although only 8 of these are used it still must have a lane rope between each lane, so there are 9 lane ropes used.
In the Olympic Village.
43 world records and 132 Olympic records were broken during the 2008 Summer Olympic Games in Beijing.
At US gymnastics competitions, Jordyn Wieber was Gabby's biggest competitor. During the All-Around competition at the 2012 London Olympic Games, Viktoria Komova of Russia was Gabby's biggest competitor.
393AD, When Theodius I abolished the games. However, some accounts claim that it ended in 395AD, during the earthquakes that destroyed Olympia.
Many people belive cheesecake was invented in ancient Greece. cheesecake was served to the athletes during the first Olympic game in 776 BC.
No. The Modern Era of the revival of the Olympic Games did not begin until 1896. That was the first Olympiad since the days of ancient Greece. The Winter Olympics were first held in 1924.
Why were there no Olympic games during WWI and WWII?
They are usually crowd and exciting during the Olympic games.