The Olympic Games have a long and interesting history. Competitions of athletes took place in Greece. They were only for men. It was twenty eight centuries ago, in 776 B.C. The most important competitions in Olympia were named the Olympic Games.
Greek discus thrower statue, a symbol of the Olympic Games
Baron Pierre de Coubertin is a founder of the Olympic Games
The modern Olympic Games program includes 28 summer and 7 winter sports. Summer Olympic Sports:Winter Olympic sports: RowingTrack and field BadmintonTable tennis BasketballSailing BoxRugby SightModern Pentathlon Cycle racingShooting Water sportsArchery VolleyballTennis HandballTriathlon GolfTaekwondo Boating and canoeing Weightlifting GymnasticsFencing JudoFootball Equestrian sportField hockey Biathlon Bobsleigh Curling Skating sports Skiing Toboggan Hockey
The 22 nd Summer Olympic Games were held in Moscow in Many athletes, guests and journalists came to Moscow and it was the first time that the Olympic Games were held in our country. Our Russian sportsmen won 80 gold, 69 silver and 46 bronze medals during these Games.
The 22 nd Olympic Game were a festival of health,peace and friendship.
Pride of Sport in Uzlovaya. Do you know that Paul Sokolov and Igor Gvozdev were torch – bearers in Olympiad – 80. They are from our native town. They took part in torch – light procession in July, Before they became members of the legendary torch – bearers team they had trained a lot. Being children they went in for track – and – field athletics, demonstrated good results, took part in different All – Russian – competitions. They worked as teachers of Physical Education. Nowadays they are pensioners.
Our country woman is a prize – winner of Games in Athens (2004) The name of Olga Slusareva is well known in the whole world. It was the first time in the history of the Soviet-Russian cycle racing she had won the bronze Olympic medal. O. Slusareva remembers that her victory was won at a high price. We wish her good luck in sport and new records!
2010 Winter Olympics - an international sporting event, held from 12 to 28 February 2010 in the Canadian city of Vancouver. Mascots of the Games were: Miga - a sea bear. Kuatchi - Bigfoot, originating from Canadian forests and dreams of becoming a hockey player. Sumi - "spirit of the beast." It is connected with many members of the Canadian Pacific coast fauna. It became the mascot of the Paralympic Games. A medal ceremony during the 2010 Winter Paralympics. Biathletes from left to right: Andrey Tokarev (guide) and Nikolay Polukhin of Russia (silver), Volodymyr Ivanov (guide) and Vitaliy Lukvanenko of Ukraine (gold), and Vasili Shaptsiabol and his guide Mikalai Shablouski of Belarus (bronze).
Summer Youth Olympic Games the first Olympic Games for athletes at age from 14 to 18 years. Held in Singapore from 14 to 26 August On January 21 the International Olympic Committee announced the names of two cities-candidates to hold the Youth Olympic Games 2010: Moscow and Singapore. The capital of the first Summer Youth Olympic Games in 2010 was announced on February 21, 2008 by the IOC President Jacques Rogge at the Olympic Museum in Lausanne, Switzerland. Mascots Leo \ Fire «Lyo» (male image) Water (Merlion) \ «Merly» (female image) Logo:
Know ours! A young football player from Uzlovaya took part in the first World Youth Olympiad (Moscow). Yugine Fyodorov has played football for 3 years. He is the best football player in his team Impuls. His trainer A.Olenik is proud of the talented sportsman. Yugine had trained a lot before he went to Youth Games. He says that Moscow contests made deep impression on him. On this slide you can see an article from local newspaper Znamya about unique visiting world competitions. Yugine Fyodorov was the only sportsman from Uzlovaya in Tula delegation. He wishes he would take part in the next Olympic Games.
Medal Table of the Summer Youth Olympic Games 2010 The total number of medals Total Country GoldSilverBronze 1 China Russia South Korea
Rating athletes from Tula region in Summer Youth Olympic Games 2010 : Gnidenko Catherine, cycling - track Ksenia Semenova, gymnastics Mukhina Sophia, scuba diving Zhurkin Nicholas, cycling – track Afanasyeva Xenia, gymnastics Alexander Shalaev, sport aircraft modeling Pluzhnikova Lydia, cycling – track Dubchenko Alexander, cycling – track Shamray Alexander, kickboxing Volkova Maria, trap shooting
Rating coaches from Tula region in Summer Youth Olympic Games 2010 : Vladimir Eremin, cycling – track Marina Nazarova, gymnastics Vladimir Sobolev, cycling – track Yakovlev, Evgeny, sport aircraft modeling Dudchenko Paul, scuba diving Viktor Drozdov, cycling – track Anton Kondratyev, the style of karate Dudchenko Natalia, scuba diving Androsyuk Sergei, kickboxing Yuri Kuznetsov, kickboxing
Rating athletes fromTula region in Summer Youth Olympic Games 2010 among people with disabilities: Dmitriy Kornilov, blind sports (athletics) Spirina Catherine, sportswoman with damage to IDA (swimming) Svetlana Kuznetsova, sportswoman with damage to IDA (armsport) Varfolomeeva Elena, sportswoman with damage to IDA (swimming) Alexander Golubev, sportsman, the blind (Goalball) Sergei Lukanin, blind sports (Goalball) Dmitri Kuznetsov, blind sports (Goalball) Ganina Antonina, blind sports (powerlifting) Alex Pisarenko, blind sports (Goalball) Panfilov Sofia, deaf sports (table tennis)
Logo of the candidate city of Sochi as the host of the Winter Olympic Games October 28, 2005 the International Olympic Committee (IOC) has officially approved the use of "Stars of Sochi" as the logo of the city - host of the Winter Olympic Games in Sochi Olympic emblem is a star of white and blue lines on a background of blue sky and mountain tops. The entire logo is designed in the colors of Russian flag. Blue - the color of sea and sky, white - snow, red - the color of victory. The five Olympic rings colors are symbolic for Sochi too: blue sky with most of the year shining yellow sun, next - the Black Sea, the city with ever- green trees and ski-route in Krasnaya Polyana. The emblem of the Olympic Winter Games in 2014
From to the popular vote declared the main mascots of Sochi The winners of the popular vote: 1. Snow Leopard - 28% of the vote; 2. Polar Bear - 18% of the vote; 3. Bunny - 16% of the vote. Paralympic Games: Ray and Snowflake.
Tula Region and Sochi Olympiad – 2014 The Olympic flame will come toTula region. It is assumed that the torch with the Olympic flame will run through Tula and Novomoskovsk. The relay will start in October 2013 and finish on February 7, the opening day of the Games in Sochi. The length of the route is more than 40 thousand km. The Olympic flame will be carried through all the subjects of the Russian Federation, will visit 2014 settlements. 85% of the population will see it.
Paralympic Winter Games in 2014 (officially - XI Paralympic Winter Games) will be held in Sochi (Russia) from 7 to 16 March, Paralympic Games mascots are Ray and Snowflake. The Paralympic Games will be held on the same arena that will be used for the Olympic Winter Games in Paralympic Games - the international sports competitions for the disabled. Traditionally held after the main Olympics. During the Second World War, in 1944 neurosurgeon, Professor Ludwig Guttmann founded the Medical Center for treatment of spinal cord injury in Stoke Mandeville Hospital (UK). Later, he became the founder of the international stock- Mandevilskih games, involving people with injuries of the musculoskeletal system. These games have become a prototype for Paralympics. The first Paralympic Summer Games were held in 1960 in Rome. The first Paralympic Winter Games were held in 1976 in the Swedish Ornskoldsvike.
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