Berlin 1936Two secondary relays carried the flame from Olympic Stadium in Berlin to the off-site aquatic venues: Grunau (for the rowing course), and Kiel (yachting). The cauldron in Kiel sat in an old Hanseatic galley in the bay. Kiel would also be the yachting site of the 1972 Munich Olympics.]],
yes the winter Olympics do have torches it is awesomely awesome!!!!! O.o
1936 from Greece to Berlin, Germany.
a torch relay is when you are at the Olympics and the put a torch on fire its so cool!!
the torch relay is when people run a relay all the way from Olympia to the host country of the Olympics game holding the torch in their hands.
The Olympic Torch Relay starts in the Greek city of Olympia.
The first modern day Olympic torch was used in the 1928 Summer Olympics in Amsterdam. The torch relay from Greece to the site of the Olympics was introduced in the 1936 Berlin Olympics by Carl Diem.
It all depends on what that country want to do.
At the 1952 Oslo Olympics, Eigil Nansen lit the first-ever Winter Olympics cauldron.