French and English are the two recognized Olympic languages and it is tradition that the announcements are made in French first, and then English
french is spoken at the modern olympics because the person that started them was french.
The Olympic charter of the International Olympics Committee (IOC) specify that French and English are the official languages so both are used.
Because it is a French man who invented the modern Olympic Games. The baron Pierre de Coubertin.
The official languages of the Olympic Games are English and French. Every proclamation, such as the announcements during the opening parade, are spoken in three languages: English, French, and the language of the host country. However, if the Olympics are held in an English-speaking or French-speaking country, such as the United States or France, then the proclamations are only spoken in English and French.
French and English. French because the games were founded by a Frenchman and is widely spoken around the world because of French colonisation and English for similar reasons-widely spoken or at least understood around the world.
French is not spoken in Cuba.
French is spoken in Canada.
French is most widely spoken in France
French is spoken on all continents except Australia.
A notice is a warning made in advance of an event to allow preparations to be made. An announcement is a formal statement about a pending event or situation.
Quebec is the largest prvince in Canada where French is spoken and Montreal is the 2nd largest city after Paris where French is spoken.