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2016 Rio Olympics
The 2016 Summer Olympic Games, officially known as the Games of the XXXI Olympiad, will take place in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, from 5 to 21 August 2016.

Olympic Games - Wikipedia


The Olympic Charter requires that an athlete be a national of the country for which they compete. Dual nationals may ...

Olympics: Lists and Rules of Olympic sports - findingDulcinea


Sports enthusiast or not, you're likely to feel something special in the air when the Olympic Games roll around. Whether you prefer to sit back on the couch and ...

Olympic Charter - Olympics


Rights over the Olympic Games and Olympic properties*. ...... Bye-law to Rule 45 (Programme of the Olympic Games), paragraph 1.4.1. – Rule 46 (Role of the ...



The rules of the games. The Elians managed to maintain the interest of all Greeks in the Olympic Games, thanks to a set of rules that regulated the organization, ...

1955 The OG - charter, rules and regulations, general ... - Olympics

stillmed.olympic.org/Documents/Olympic Charter/Olympic_Charter_through_time/1955-Olympic_Charter-The_OG-charter_rules_and_regulations_general_information.pdf

The Olympic Games celebrate an Olympiad or period of four successive .... Rules and the Regulations and Protocol of the Olympic Games are duly observed ...

Olympic Games - Ancient History Encyclopedia


The ancient Olympic Games were a sporting event held every four years at the ... and officials swore an oath to follow the established rules of the competitions ...

Olympic Rules for Acceptance - Topend Sports


Rules for acceptance as official Olympic Games sports.

Olympic Sport Inclusion Rules - Topend Sports


Description of the regulations for adding or dropping sports from the Olympic ... POLL: Which sport should be next included in the 2020 Olympic Games?

6 stupid Olympic rules that should be scrapped immediately | For ...


Aug 8, 2016 ... So without further adieu, here are six rules that'll be scrapped if and ... of medals athletes can win is literally one of the points of the Olympics.