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O·lym·pics

 (ō-lĭm′pĭks)
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Noun1.Olympics - the modern revival of the ancient games held once every 4 years in a selected countryOlympics - the modern revival of the ancient games held once every 4 years in a selected country
athletic competition, athletic contest, athletics - a contest between athletes
Winter Olympic Games, Winter Olympics - an Olympics for winter sports
Translations
olympiáda
Jeux olympiques
olimpia
オリンピック

Olympics

npl the Olympicsle Olimpiadi fpl
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When he arrives at the hippodrome, he will be crowned with the poetic wreath, in anticipation of his victory at the approaching Olympics.
LOS ANGELES, July 10, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Special Olympics Flame of Hope will officially arrive in Los Angeles today after having traveled 46 days and over 20,500 miles as part of the first-ever Special Olympics Unified Relay Across America Presented by Bank of America.
And London Olympics saw lots of world records being broken in various events.
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Summary: Rabat - Princess Lalla Amina, chairwoman of Morocco's Special Olympics and member of the Special Olympics International Advisory Council, will take part in the international advisory Council of Special Olympics, due in Los Angeles on November 14.
A grinning Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, business leaders and former Olympians Janet Evans and Peter Vidmar led Olympics officials on a tour of UCLA, where athletes would stay if Los Angeles is chosen to host the games.
Gregg has been a marathon runner in the Christian Olympics for several decades and is the founder of Sound Doctrine Christian Ministries.
A year ago, New York City's ten-year bid for the Olympics ended.
2, 1936, the first day of competition in that year's Summer Olympics, a record 110,000 spectators packed the Olympic stadium in Berlin.
In late March, I found myself among a busload of foreign journalists in Athens looking for something interesting to write about the upcoming Olympics.
Bringing the Olympics to Greece has not been without controversy.