The host country's team marches in last during the Opening Ceremony's Athletes' Parade.
The host nation always marches out last at the Olympics opening ceremony.
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).
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.
The country that is hosting the Olympics' team always marches last. Greece always marches first because they held the original games.
The country that is hosting the Olympics is always the one that marches last.
The Host Country.
The country that is hosting the Olympics will be the last country that marches in the Olympic ceremonies.
The team from the country hosting the games marches in last.
All teams go in the opening ceremony. Greece goes first, he host country goes last, and the rest is in alphebetical order by the host country's national language.