Because Greece invented and held the first Olympic Games over a couple of centuries;the modern Olympics started in the 1800s and Greece has been given the honour of leading the nations march. Because the first Olympic Games held in 776 BC were held in Greece. These games are commonly called the 'ancient Olympics'. Because of that Greece is honored by being the first country to enter the stadium during opening and closing ceremonies.
No, they didn't.
yes they were
The athletes from Greece in honor of where the Olympics began.
According to Olympic tradition, the athletes from Greece are the first to enter the stadium and the athletes from the host country are the last to enter the stadium.
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).
No they are first to enter the stadium.
Greece is always the first to enter. The country that is hosting the Olympics is the last to enter
Because Greece is where the ancient Olympics were held,
Greece enters first, honouring the origins of the Olympics. They are followed by every competing nation in alphabetical order. The team of the host nation enters last.
married ladies weren't allowed to enter the stadium
i have tickets for an event starting at 2:30. Does anyone know what time can you enter ?
No Greece is the first one to enter because they discovered Olympia so they go first then it's in alphabetical order.
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In the opening ceremony, the athletes from the host country enter last. In the closing ceremony, the athletes enter en masse and there is no structure as to what country's athletes enter last.
During the Opening Ceremonies of the olympics; the athletes from Greece enter first, in honor of the original Olympics held in Greece. Then the other athletes follow by nation in alphabetical order (except for the Beijing 2008 Games where it was based on the number of characters in the country's name). The host country's athletes always come last. After the games are announced as "officially open", this is followed by the raising of the Olympic Flag. The torch ceremony then begins. The running of the torch usually begins weeks before the Olympic ceremony, transporting the Olympic torch to each country that lies between Greece and the host country. The most exciting moment of the Olympic Opening Ceremony is when the torch enters the stadium and is lights the Olympic Flame. The Flame is always kept burning until the end of the Olympic Games. For more history of the Olympic Games : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Olympic_Games
In terms of the Parade of Nations, the ceremony during which all Olympic teams enter bearing the flag of their country, Greece is always the first to enter. Having founded the Olympic Games centuries ago, and pioneering the modern international Olympic Games, Greece is given the honour of first entry for all Summer and Winter Olympic Games Parade of Nations ceremonies, including the most recent 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics. After this, teams file on in alphabetical order of the host country's language, and the host country itself enters last, but Greece is always the first to enter.
Countries will enter the Olympic Stadium following the alphabetical order in Mandarin (language of the host country), which is quite different from the one we use in most languages. One would expect Australia to be among the first countries to enter the Stadium but that is not going to happen since in Chinese, Australia is among the last letters of the alphabet, just close to Zambia, for example.
You enter at row 73
NO !! you need to have an olympic ticket
The athletes from China will be the last to enter during the opening ceremonies. Olympic protocol dictates that the host country's athletes enter last at the opening ceremony.