From the ZipZap France web page. http://www.ambafrance.org.uk/zipzap/anglais/chap4/francophonie.htm "It [French] is also the official language of the Olympic Games in honour of Pierre de Coubertin, the creator of the modern Olympics." The IOC has two offical languages English and French (Rule 27 - IOC Charter). Both languages are used to introduce competitors and all IOC documents are in both English and French. However, at IOC meetings, simultaneous translation is also provided into German, Spanish, Russian and Arabic. In the event of any discrepancy between the French and English in the Olympic Charter or any other IOC document, the French text prevails.
Basketball Arena, North Greenwich Arena, Riverbank Arena, Water Polo Arena, Wembley Arena.
Water Polo Arena
Yes, Wembley Arena
the Olympics started because of two guys racing then they made an arena to watch people do that
The purpose of the Olympics is to unite the world in a friendly arena. Rather then a war, athletes fight for the pride of their country in sports.
The Beijing National Stadium. (Bird Nest)
In the Hunger Games, a cannon is sounded in the arena when a tribute dies and at the end of each day the anthem plays and a hologram of the tributes that died on that day is projected onto the arena.
The main arena was at White City Stadium in London.
Peaks Ice Arena, Utah for the 2006 Olympics.
arena - or patinoire
Yes, he gave a speech announcing his intentions to perform again at London's O2 Arena in March 2009.
It's official name is the national stadium but it is known as the birds nest
General Motors Place.
The fist country to enter the arena will always be Greece because this is where the Olympics originated, the last one is the hosting country.
The Acer Arena, formerly known as the Sydney Super Dome, is mostly for concert events. The arena is located in Sydney, Australia. It was built is 1999, mainly for the summer Olympics in 2000. It is ranked one of the top 10 arenas in the world.
It was used as the opening/closing ceremonies as well as for athletics. Although it wasn't called that in 2000.
15,000 people during the 2012 Olympics, but only 5,000 people post games.
It is mostly used for music concerts. It will also be used for some of the events at the London Olympics in 2012.