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Hugues Duboscq ...
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Courtney Kupets ...
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Anna Pavlova ...
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Jacques Rogge ...
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Juan Antonio Samaranch ...
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Constantinos Stephanopoulos ...
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Ian Thorpe ...
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The games of the 28th summer olympiad returned to the birthplace of the Olympics - Athens, Greece. The games ran from August 13 to 29th 2004. Athens hosted 11,099 athletes, the largest number ever and also the most women athletes (40 %). Representatives from 202 countries took part, more than any other sports event and all but 5 countries sent women atheletes. The Olympic flame traveled for the first time to all continents. The shot put event was held in Olympia - the site of the ancient Olympic games. The Marathon was run from Marathonas to the Panathinaiko stadium (venue of the first modern Olympic Games in 1896). In essence the runners were running the route run by Phidippides after the battle of Marathon in whose honor the Marathon race was created. A record 4 billion viewers watched the games. Sailing Olympic winner Nikos Kaklamanakis, lit the Olympic torch which pivoted downwards, bringing symbolically together earth and sky and then slowly lifted upwards above the Athens ... Written by Sujit R. Varma

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The stadium used for the Opening Ceremony, the athletics and the closing ceremony could accommodate up to 80,000 people. See more »

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