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The Olympic fire was lit in Amsterdam in 1928. The Olympic torch relay was held in Berlin in 1936. Since then it has always been a vastly important part of the Olympics and symbol of the Olympic spirit. The fire of the Olympics represents holiness, sports and the pursuit for world peace which are all reflected in the Olympic spirit.

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The earliest recorded Olympic Games were held at Olympia in ancient Greece in 776 B.C. This tradition took place every four years for one thousand years. The modern Olympic Movement started in 1894 when French educator, Pierre de Coubertin, brought together a group of sports and philosophy leaders from around the world for the International Athletic Congress. The group, which later became the International Olympic Committee (IOC), unanimously decided to revive the ancient Games. In 1896, the first modern Olympic Games were held in Athens, Greece, their country of origin. The first Winter Sport included in the Olympic Games was Figure Skating in 1908. Later, Ice Hockey was added in 1920. The First Olympic Winter Games were staged in Chamonix, France, in 1924. 294 athletes from 16 nations took part in 14 events. For the next 68 years, the Winter Games were held the same year as the Summer Games. A new tradition was begun in 1994 with the Winter Games held in Lillehammer. Even though the Winter Olympics are still held every four years, they now alternate in a two-year cycle with the Summer Games. At the 2002 Olympics in Salt Lake City, more than 2,000 athletes from more than 70 nations competed in 78 different events. Half of these events have been added to the Olympic programme since 1984.

Cultural activities play a very important role in the Olympics, and the two can at no time be separated. Combining sports and culture not only explores new territory for cultural development, but also makes the Olympic Games a more cultural and more attractive sports event. Only through the involvement of culture does the Olympic Games become a great event that people around the world await with great expectations.

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Olympic Archery first appeared as a sport in the 1900 Olympics Games in Paris and was held at the Games of 1904, 1908 and 1920. However, international rules had not yet been developed and each host country used its own format. As a result, archery events in these early Olympic Games varied widely. Because of the lack of uniform international rules archery was then dropped from the Olympic Games. The Federation Internationale de Tir a lArc (FITA), the international governing body of the sport, was founded in 1931 and implemented standardized rules for competition. It allowed the first World Championship to be held that same year. After countries adopted the new rules, archery returned to the 1972 Games in Munich. Initially, only individual competition took place - the team competition was added in 1988.

There are four archery events held at the Olympics for Olympic Archery: Mens Individual, Womens Individual, Mens Team and Womens Team. Archers used to shoot a double FITA round of 288 total arrows, with the championship decided by the highest total score. In an effort to make the sport more exciting, the format was changed to head-to-head elimination for the top 64 competitors beginning with the 1992 Olympics.

It may not have to be said, but the sport of Olympic Archery demands accuracy. The 10-ring target face for 90 meters is just 4.8 inches in diameter. Imagine standing on the goal line of a football field and hitting an apple under the opposite goalpost! The entire target at 90 meters compares in size to the head of a thumbtack held at arms length.




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