Olympics Ceremonies (Handover ceremony, Opening and Closing ceremonies)
The Olympics usually unlock with a creative manifestation that highlights the civilization and happenings of the host country. This ceremonial will comprise the raising of the host nation flag and the playing of its national anthem.
The opening ceremony is open with the "Parade of Nations". After which the president of host kingdoms’ organizing board will give a speech - trailed by the head of the IOC. After that the Olympic flag is passed into the sports ground horizontally on exhibit.
Then, lastly, as enthusiasm builds, the Olympic Torch formulate it's mode into the stadium transient among a numeral of generally well-known sportspersons. Whoever is at last selected to beam the chief torch- an outstanding honor - is typically a well-guarded undisclosed but is constantly a celebrity with a distinguishing sporty career.
After that, chief of the host city will handover the Olympic flag to the head of the IOC who will sequentially hand it over it to the mayor of the next host country.
The Olympic Flame is afterward gradually snuffed out and as the Olympic Flag is coming down the Olympic anthem is play. And in the similar way as it was conceded in - the flag will depart the stadium.
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