When did Hungary enter the Olympic movement?
What countries are in the winter Olympic 2010?
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Which countries will be participating in the 2012 Olympic Games?
Asked in Olympics, London 2012 Olympics
Which Countries will be competing in the 2012 Olympic games?
What countries are in the 2010 winter Olympics?
What countries are competing in the 2010 Winter Olympic games in Vancouver?
How many countries were in the 2010 winter Olympics?
What countries are competing in the 2010 winter Olympics?
How many countries participate in winter Olympics 2010?
How many countries are competing in the 2010 Winter Olympics?
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What are the names of the new participating countries for the London 2012 Olympics?
Who are and how many countries are competing in the 2010 winter Olympics in Vancouver?
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What words need to be capitalized in the sentence The website is called olympic movement?
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What is the aim of the olympic games movement?
Asked in Health, Science, Microbiology
What controls the movement of materials that enter and exit the cell?
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Who won the first gold medal in the first olympic swimming event?
the first olympic gold medal in swimming was won by Alfred Hajos of Hungary in 1:22:20 for the 100m freestyle. the first olympic gold medal in swimming was won by Alfred Hajos of Hungary in 1:22:20 for the 100m freestyle. the first olympic gold medal in swimming was won by Alfred Hajos of Hungary in 1:22:20 for the 100m freestyle.
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Who controls the Olympics?
A number of organizations are involved in the organization of the Olympic Games. Collectively, they are known as the Olympic Movement. The Olympic Charter outlines the rules and guidelines by which these organizations operate. At the head of the Olympic Movement is the International Olympic Commitee, or IOC. It is currently headed by Jacques Rogge. The IOC makes the important decisions, such as which city hosts the Olympics.
Why do they have winter Olympics?
The Olympic Movement is all about implementing Olympism as a philosophy of life. Olympism uses sports to encourage balanced development of individuals as a vital step in building a peaceful society that attributes high place to human dignity. The Olympic Movement highlighted the bigger picture of sports in human beings lives. In the Olympic Movement, sports became an educative tool and vehicle and not an end in itself. The Olympic Movement grew from the beliefs of ancient Greeks of a balanced development of mankind. In the Olympic Movement hence sports came to be blended with culture and education. & & & & & to help people to be on there buts and not be bored and lonely lidol bastards (: