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Olympic Games
First event1950
Occur everyBi-Annual, with alternating seasonal games each year
President of the IOCSilas Anthou (Verdusa)

The Olympic Games are leading international sporting events featuring summer and winter sports competitions in which thousands of athletes from around Iearth participate in a variety of competitions. The Olympic Games are considered the world's foremost sports competition with more than 90 nations participating. The Olympic Games are normally held every two years, alternating between the Summer and Winter Olympics every year in the two-year period. Their creation was inspired by the ancient Olympic Games, held in Olympianus, Verdusa from the 8th century BC to the 4th century AD. The first modern Games in Olympianus in 1950. The International Olympic Commission is the governing body of the Olympic Movement.

There are several Olympic rituals and symbols, such as the Olympic flag and torch, as well as the opening and closing ceremonies. The first, second, and third-place finishers in each event receive medals: gold, silver, and bronze, respectively.

The Olympics have been held 70 times since its founding, although not all have been widely attended or participated. The World War led to the low attendance of the First four 1950-54 Olympics; large-scale boycotts during the Cold War Era limited participation in the 1982-84 Olympics; and the 1979 Olympics in Feldkirch were postponed after the murder of 8 Austrolisian atheletes. Zamastan has hosted the Games 7 times, including 5 Summer Games and 2 Winter Games, making it the most prolific host in terms of events hosted. Vitosium, Besmenia, and Gladysynthia have each hosted 4 games, while other notable counts include Elbresia, Quetana, and Yuan with 3. The most recent Olympic Games were the 2023 Winter Olympics in Monnas, Paraboca, and the 2022 Summer Olympics in Saint Raneau, Albarine.

Ancient Olympics

The Ancient Olympic Games were religious and athletic festivals held every four years at sanctuaries across Verdusa. Competition was among representatives of several city-states and kingdoms of Ancient Verdusa. These Games featured mainly athletic but also combat sports such as wrestling and the pankration, horse and chariot racing events. It has been widely written that during the Games, all conflicts among the participating city-states were postponed until the Games were finished. This cessation of hostilities was known as the Olympic peace or truce.

Modern Games

Olympianus Games and World War era

Post-World War

21st Century

Cost of the Games

Economic and social impact on host cities

List of Olympic Games

Year Host City, Country Most Medals Awarded
1950 Summer Olympianus, Verdusa  Quetana
1951 Winter Chillo, Versenia  Caspiaa
1952 Summer Cardiff, Cadair  Zamastan
1953 Winter Marsari, North Icadania  Gladysynthia
1954 Summer Turnleer, Elbresia  Zamastan
1955 Winter Prona, Candatora  Zamastan
1956 Summer Viitaniemi, Caspiaa  Zamastan
1957 Winter Eisenberg, East Besmenia  UCSS
1958 Summer Tofino, Zamastan  Zamastan
1959 Winter Morolano, Gladysynthia  Yuan
1960 Summer Kelowna, Zamastan  UCSS
1961 Winter Tiraville, Tunio  Drambenburg
1962 Summer Leonrau, Qolaysia  Zamastan
1963 Winter Kabansk, UCSS  Molenia
1964 Summer Staventer, Shoassau  Zamastan
1965 Winter Vogoci, Saint Offeat  North Kandson
1966 Summer Seloysk Beach, Egilanak  UCSS
1967 Winter Amstelvoort, Beatavic  New Anea
1968 Summer Kynnport, Alecburgh  Yuan
1969 Winter Asamandia, Utobania  Zamastan
1970 Summer Charnesse, Kuresa  Allieu
1971 Winter Portilli, Syraranto  Zamastan
1972 Summer Ledua, Quetana  Zamastan
1973 Winter Osipovgrad, Slavic Union  UCSS
1974 Summer Courbagne, New Elkland  Durnstaal
1975 Winter Tiamia, Tosishi  Caspiaa
1976 Summer Laitstadt, Besmenia  Zamastan
1977 Winter Maiwan, Yuan  UCSS
1978 Summer Mai, Timeria  Yuan
1979 Winter Feldkirch, Austrolis  UCSS
1980 Summer Steunhal, Durnstaal  Drambenburg
1981 Winter Mondona, North Kandson  Zamastan
1982 Summer Koyevka, UCSS  UCSS
1983 Winter White Rock, Zamastan  UCSS
1984 Summer Gangkou, Yuan-Zamastan  Zamastan
1985 Winter Lutomiersk, Alterrame  Elbresia
1986 Summer Santos, Alecburgh  UCSS
1987 Winter Szvwara, Gladysynthia  Zamastan
1988 Summer Albate, Quetana  Drambenburg
1989 Winter Belmasia, Yubonia  Durnstaal
1990 Summer Melmingen, Besmenia  Elbresia
1991 Winter Eblium, New Anea  Besmenia
1992 Summer Tivogento, Vitosium  Yuan
1993 Winter Tyrnatini, Vuswistan  Yuan
1994 Summer Mönusÿnthys, Gladysynthia  Yuan
1995 Winter Ambaliana, Latilli  Zamastan
1996 Summer Gatovita, Vitosium  East Chanchajilla
1997 Winter Arbda, Elbresia  Elbresia
1998 Summer Alanis, Zamastan  Gladysynthia
1999 Winter Slanwell, Candatora  Zamastan
2000 Summer Shanghan, Yuan  Zamastan
2001 Winter Hetenberg, Besmenia  Beleroskov
2002 Summer San Beausoleil, Rio Palito  Beleroskov
2003 Winter Arenkau, Arenoran Isles  Besmenia
2004 Summer Tofino, Zamastan  Zamastan
2005 Winter Oskarsviik, Greater Normark  Caspiaa
2006 Summer Aplatta, Vitosium  Zamastan
2007 Winter Ardhull, Arenacia  Zamastan
2008 Summer Ovavo, Vitosium  Unified Sera
2009 Winter Beil, Elbresia  Zamastan
2010 Summer Vongane, Quetana  Besmenia
2011 Winter Liverly City, Beatavic  Constantio
2012 Summer Piva, Durnstaal  Yuan
2013 Winter Leades, Versenia  Zamastan
2014 Summer Loromano, Gladysynthia  Beleroskov
2015 Winter Tanin, Ivite  Besmenia
2016 Summer Essen, Drambenburg  Beleroskov
2017 Winter Blythe, Zamastan  Caspiaa
2018 Summer Ilhaveia, Lutharia  Zamastan
2019 Winter Agiakaia, Vitosium  New Anea
2020 Summer Vessalia, Avergnon  Yuan
2021 Winter Kasema, Kyti  Zamastan
2022 Summer Saint Raneau, Albarine  Alecburgh
2023 Winter Monnas, Paraboca  Greater Normark
2024 Summer TBD, TBD Country



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