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Who is Yoshinori Sakai, the last torchbearer of the Tokyo 1964 Olympic Games flame?
What was new about the Olympic Torch Relay organised for the Innsbruck 1964 Games?
Why do we call the 1968 Mexico City Olympic Games Torch Relay the NEW WORLD RELAY?
Who is Alain Calmat, the last torchbearer of the flame that lit the cauldron of the Grenoble 1968 Olympic Games?
Why were there five torchbearers carrying the Olympic flame at the Opening Ceremony of the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich?
Why was it highly symbolic that the Olympic flame went through the island of Okinawa for the relay of the Sapporo 1972 Games?
At which Summer Olympic Games was the cauldron lit for the first time by two people at the same time?
Why were two cauldrons lit at the end of the Relay of the Innsbruck 1976 Olympic Games?
For which edition of the Summer Olympic Games, which was boycotted by 67 countries, was this torch designed?
Why did the Olympic Torch Relay preceding the 1980 Winter Games in Lake Placid (USA) have only 52 torchbearers for a distance of 1,600 km in the USA?
Which legendary stadium in Los Angeles is represented on the upper part of the torch produced for the 1984 Olympic Games?
For which edition of the Olympic Winter Games was this torch designed?
How old was Sohn Kee-chung when he entered the Seoul Olympic Stadium carrying the Olympic torch at the Opening Ceremony of the 1988 Summer Games?
Which building in Calgary was the inspiration for the design of the torch for the 1988 Olympic Games?
What original method was used to light the cauldron at the Opening Ceremony of the Barcelona 1992 Olympic Games?
Which world-renowned French designer created the torch for the 1992 Olympic Games in Albertville?
What original method was used to bring the torch into the Olympic arena in Lillehammer at the Opening Ceremony of the 1994 Olympic Winter Games?
Which sporting legend was tasked with lighting the cauldron at the end of the Torch Relay of the Atlanta 1996 Olympic Games?
What does the hexagonal (six-sided) shape of the torch for the 1998 Olympic Games in Nagano represent?
What do the three parts of the torch, designed for the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games represent?
What technical innovation was proposed for the torch of the Salt Lake City 2002 Olympic Games?
For which Summer Olympic Games was this torch, which was designed to resemble an olive leaf, created?
What major invention of Chinese civilisation is recalled in the shape of the torch for the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games?
Why was the design of the Vancouver Olympic Games torch based on curves and fluid lines?
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