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The XXII winter
Transcript of The XXII winter
made by students of the lyceum #33
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Kinds of sport which were included in the XXII Olympics
Short track speed skating is a form of competitive ice speed skating.
Short track speed skating first appeared at the 1988 Calgary Winter Olympics, as demonstration sport, and it was not until the 1992 games in Albertville, that it became an official part of the Winter Olympics.
made by Alena Maskaeva
The Olympic villages in Sochi
The main Olympic Village, became the center where participants of the Olympic Games in 2014 lived. The project envisaged the construction of 62 buildings of different height (3 to 6), which housed 1,715 apartments with a different configuration and the number of rooms by more than 3,000 people. Apartments are designed with different sizes of terraces and duplex, with panoramic views of both the sea and the well-landscaped park and the mountains.
made by Vasiliev Klim,9-v class
Stadiums of the Olympics
Fisht Olympic stadium is an open-air stadium. Located in Sochi Olympic Park, and named after Mount Fisht, the 40 000- person capacity stadium was built primarily for the 2014 Winter Olympics and Paralympics, serving as the Olympic stadium, the venue for their Opening and Closing ceremonies.
made by Alena Maskaeva
The mascots of the Olympics
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The Olympic flame
The Olympic flame to Sochi followed a 65 000 km. route. The longest in the history of the Games. During the journey, the torch relay reached to the North Pole, went to the top of the Europe's highest mountain, plunged into the world's deepest lake and was even taken into space by Russian cosmonauts. Many celebrities and outstanding sportsmen were torchbearers, including the oldest one who was 101 years old.
The symbols of the XXII Winter Olympic Games
Some interesting facts about the torchbearers
and the Olympic flame
The incident which are happened during Olimpic Flame Relay
The motto of
the XXII Olympic Games
The Russian Olympic Winners
During the XXII Olympic Games Russian team won 33 medals, 13 from them are GOLD ones.
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The word "Hot" symbolizes the location of the Games , the southern resort of Sochi.
The word "Cool" references the fact that it is a Winter Games, as well as alluding to traditional of Russia as a country with a cold climate in the rest of the world.
The last word "Yours" symbolizes personal involvement and shows that while the Games is a large national project , everybody can share in the victories at the Games and the sense of pride.
Made by Krivtsova Iya 9"G".
On the last day of the Games, Legkov led a Russian medal sweep in the men's 50-kilometer race to give the host nation its first cross-country gold at the Sochi Games.
Biathlon debuted at the 1960 Winter Olympics in Squaw Valley with the men's 20 km individual event.Prior to the biathlon debut at the 1960 Winter Olympics, there was a military patrol event that was held at four Winter Olympic Games. Medals were awarded for military patrol in 1924, but it was a demonstration event for the other three Games.
made by Pechnikova Alexandra
Name: The Hare, the Polar Bear and the Leopard.
Description: There are three mascots in a nod to the three places on the Olympic
Creator: Silviya Petrova (Hare), Oleg Seredechniy (Polar Bear) and Vadim Pak
Did you know? The mascots for the Olympic Games were selected after a contest that
was first held across the whole of Russia, then internationally. Some
24,048 drawings were received in total. Ten proposals were chosen by a
jury of experts for the second phase of the contest. Professional
designers then worked on them to reveal their final shape. The final
decision was taken in a vote by the Russian public as part of a TV
programme entitled “Talismaniya Sochi 2014 - The Final” on 26
In 2012 Russia introduced is a new 25-ruble coin, and the Sochi 2014
mascots had the honour to be featured on it. Lelary Liliya 9g
Evgeny can be named as one of the symbols of these Olympic games. Plushenko is the only male figure skater in the modern history of the sport to have won four Olympic medals competing in four Olympics. He is considered to be an innovator in figure skating, because many difficult elements were made by him for the first time. Almost all male figure skaters ( including the winner - Hanyu Yuzuru), who took part in Games, call Plushenko their favorite sportsman. Unfortunately, he couldn't continue his perfomance in individual competitions, because of his backache, and only some days later he found out, that one of his screws was broken, so we can say the decision not to continue competitions was a fortune.
Viktor Ahn is a Russian short track speed skating athlete of South Korean descent. One of the most accomplished short track speed skaters of all time, Ahn won three gold medals and a bronze medal in 2006 Winter Olympics held in Turin, Italy, becoming the most successful athlete there. He has also won three gold medals and one bronze medal in the 2014 Winter Olympics held in Sochi, Russia. He is also a five-time Overall World Champion for 2003–2007.
by Mary Okhlopkova 11 "A"
The Olympic Torch Relay "Sochi 2014" is the most ambitious in the history of the Olympic Winter Games: it is 1.5 times as long as the Earth's equator, the Olympic flame "Sochi 2014" could make a trip from Moscow to London 26 times, or from Moscow to Vancouver - 8 times.
The Relay "Sochi 2014" involved a variety of alternative types of transport: russian troyka, deer and a dog sled, camel, hot air balloon, carriage, Sly-jet, amphibian boat, kayak, bark, icebreaker, bicycle, motorcycle, jet ski, wakeboard, ATV, bicycle skis, snowmobile, all-terrain vehicle, off-road vehicle, and even the combine harvester.
Made by Moseev Evgeny
During the railway stage the relay "Sochi 2014" overcame the distance of 32,381 km, of which directly by train - 17 400 km. About 32 million sleepers were on the path of the fire and the number of torchbearers exceeded 14 000.
The 123-day Olympic Torch Relay "Sochi 2014" during 24 hours overcame in average 534 kilometers of the route. The longest non-stop stage of the relay was from Norilsk to Yakutsk. There the fire overcame 2055 km in the plane.
Made by Rodin Nikita
by Klimina Vera 11A
October 6: The torch burned when the Shavarsh Karapetyan went out from the "Spasskaya Tower" gate.
October 18: The torch flashed and lit the hand of torchbearer.
November 27: The torch burned torchbearer. Sleeve of the jacket flashed oh the final stage.
December 13: A fuel leaked on the Anatoly's Gerashchenko clothes and burned.
December 15: Vadim Gorbenko died i cause of heart attack.
December 25: When Eugene I. Sazanov took a torch, Torch has light up like a firework.
Il'ya Sokhan 9 "g"
Adelina Dmitriyevna Sotnikova is a Russian figure skater. She is the 2014 Olympic champion, a two-time European silver medalist (2013–2014), a five-time medalist on the Grand Prix series, and a four-time Russian national champion (2009, 2011–2012, 2014). On the junior level, she is the 2011 World Junior champion, 2010 JGP Final champion, and 2012 Youth Olympics silver medalist. She is the first Russian to win the Olympic gold medal in ladies' singles figure skating.
by Bagno Elena
Curling is a sport in which players slide stones on a sheet of ice towards a target area which is segmented into four concentric rings.Curling was invented in medieval Scotland, with the first written reference to a contest using stones on ice coming from the records of Paisley Abbey, Renfrewshire, in February 1541.Curling has been an official sport in the Winter Olympic Games since the 1998 Winter Olympics. It currently includes men's and women's tournaments. A mixed doubles Olympic tournament was considered but rejected for the 2010 Winter Olympic Games.
In February 2002, the International Olympic Committee retroactively decided that the curling competition from the 1924 Winter Olympics (originally called Semaine des Sports d'Hiver, or International Winter Sports Week) would be considered official Olympic events and no longer be considered demonstration events. Thus, the first Olympic medals in curling, which at the time was played outside, were awarded for the 1924 Winter Games, with the gold medal won by Great Britain and Ireland, two silver medals by Sweden, and the bronze by France. A demonstration tournament was also held during the 1932 Winter Olympic Games between four teams from Canada and four teams from the United States, with Canada winning 12 games to 4.
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