Anglų skaidrės. Olymphic symbols. Olympics is an international sports competitions taking place every four years. Olympic rings - the main symbol of the Olympic Games. Olympic rings symbol in 1913. created by Baron Pierre de Coubertin. The five rings represent the five continents. The International Olympic. Motto. Faster - be faster, superior sports competitions. Slogan by 1894. proposed by Pierre de Coubertin. Olympic flame. One of the most prominent symbols of the Olympic Games. Olympic flame, lit in Olympia and brought to the place of the Games. The flame was first lit in Olympia in. Olympic torch relay. Inflammation Since the start of the Olympic Games. Carrying the flame From. Getting to the stadium The opening day of the Games. Thanks for your attention.
The International Olympic Committee points out that the Olympic rings symbolize the universality of the Games, and their linkage with the people of color, race or continent is a false interpretation, contrary to the meaning of the symbols. Despite the rings and their linkage with the colors of certain races or continents remains popular, below the main traditional interpretations:.
Faster - be faster, superior sports competitions. Above - be a higher morality. Enhanced - be stronger, stronger fight the hardships of life and abuses.
Slogan by 1894. proposed by Pierre de Coubertin. Slogan idea borrowed from Dominican priest Henri Didon. Since 1920. The slogan is an integral part of the Olympic Games emblem (the Olympic rings) part. Olympic Stadium slogan appeared in one school (France). Dominican priest, Father Henri Didon (1840-1900) m., In order to encourage students to excel, to emphasize the physical and spiritual harmony in importance. In 1891. 7 March. used the motto Citius. Altius. Fortius as the main idea in his speech opening the first school Arenele (near Paris) sports holiday.
One of the most prominent symbols of the Olympic Games.