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It means Fastest, Highest, Strongest. This had to do witth Olympics because each player wanted to be these things.

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What does the word Olympic mean

What country first proposed the winter olympic games as separate from the traditional olympic games

How did the athletes prepare for the ancient olympic games

What other events were included in the ancient olympic games after the first ancient olympic games

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Q: What has the latin phrase citius altius and fortius have to do with the Olympics?
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Where does the phrase Citius Altius Fortius come from?

It's the original Latin Olympic motto.


Who wrote the special Olympics motto?

Pierre de Coubertin wrote the Olympics motto~citius, altius, fortius~swifter, higher stronger, borrowing the phrase from his friend in 1921. if you're talking bout the Paralympics, it's 'spirit in motion' but i think Athens made it up. hope this helps :)


What is the English translation of the Latin phrase Altius ibunt qui ad summa nituntur?

"They will go higher who aim at the highest things."


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