When did the modern Olympics start When did the modern Olympics start
The year of the first modern day Olympics was 1896. The event was held in Athens, Greece.
Beijing 2008 summer Olympics started august 8 when they lit the torch on the opening ceremony. The next summer Olympics will be London 2012.
In terms of the modern-day Olympics, the IOC (International Olympic Committee) was started in 1894, and the first Olympics games under the IOC was in Athens, Greece, in 1896.
The Modern Olympics began in 1896 and have lasted to present day.
the first modern day Olympics were held in Greece in 1896
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The ancient Olympics influence the modern day Olympics because they are still in our lives. We wouldn't have all the sports we have today if it wasn't for the ancient times.
During the first modern Olympic games that was held in the year 1896 in Athens, Greece. It was a hot day that day and that is when the first lemonade stand existed as well.
The first modern day Olympics were held in Greece in 1896.
The Olympic Games that have been played since 1896 are called the 'modern Olympics'. The Olympics started in 776 BC in Greece. If you hear the term 'Ancient Olympics', that means the Olympics that were played long, long ago.
The countries that compete in modern day Olympics are U.S.A, U.K, Australia, Jamaica, Venezuela, Trinidad, Barbados, St. Kitts & The Grenadines, etc
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