The Olympic Flame was first lit during the opening ceremony of the IX Olympic Games at Amsterdam, in 1928. There was a lot lof people there.
the torch was first lit in Greece
1302 the first torch was lit >:D
The Olympic torch was first lit in Olympia with a mirror focusing the beam of the sun onto the torch.
It was lit first in Olympia, Greece.
For the modern Olympic games, the first Olympic torch was lit in 1936 in Berlin, Germany. Those was the first Summer Olympic games in history.
in olympia, in greece that is where the olympic torch is lit
the olympic torch was lit in greece
the olympic torch was lit by the suns heat by going to it by aircraft rocket
Wayne Gretzki lit the torch in Vancouver
Wayne Gretzy Lit The Olympic Torch IN Vancouver
Wayne Gretsky lit the Olympic torch.
Amsterdam, summer Olympics, 1928
No, there is not a summer and a winter olympic torch. There is only one torch. At the first olympic games ever held, the torch was lit, and it will never go out, so it just gets passed on to all of the olympic games that are held.
The Olympic Flame was first lit during the opening ceremony of the IX Olympic Games at Amsterdam, Netherlands in 1928. There was a lot lof people there.
hittelers olimpics just befor ww2
at the location of the current olympic games and at the beginning
Until the Olympic Games end.
The reason for the lighting of the Olympic Torch is to continue a Greek tradition. In ancient times, the torch was lit at the opening of every Olympic Games.
it has a gas pipe in it
Because the origin of the Olympic Games is Greece. The first Olympic Games were held in Olympia, Greece at 776 B.C. The ritual of the Olympic Flame is the same as then.
The flame of the Olympic torch always travels from Greece, where it is lit, to the host country.
Using mirrors to focus the sun's rays the torch is first lit at an ancient Greek temple and then carried by relays of runners to the location of the games. The first relay was in 1936. Planes are used to cross oceans.
It is extinguished at the closing ceremony of each Olympic Games. The torch is initially lit, by the Sun's rays that are concentrated by a mirror, at a ceremony in Olympia, Greece several months in advance of an Olympics. The relay then takes the torch to the site of the Olympics where the cauldron is lit with it.
They time the running of the torch from Greece to the Olympic venues so that the torch is carried into the main stadium at the end of the opening ceremonies and the big flame in the stadium is lit by the torch.
it didnt get lit up in 1992 because it had now place to put the flam