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Opening Ceremony Montreal 1976

Stéphane Préfontaine and Sandra Henderson in front of the lit cauldron

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Nadia Comaneci (ROM)

Nadia Comaneci performing on the beam

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Winner's medal Montreal 1976

The reverse of this medal features a representation of the laurel crown awarded to Olympic champions of the Games in Antiquity, together with the logo of the Montreal Games. This logo, designed by Canadian graphic artist Georges Huel, is composed of the five Olympic rings topped by a podium with rounded edges. This podium can also be seen as a stylised representation of the letter “M” for Montreal ©IOC
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Winner's medal Montreal 1976

The obverse of the winner’s medal produced for the Olympic Games in Montreal features a design by Tuscan artist Giuseppe Cassioli. The motif, a Victory holding a laurel crown seated in front of a representation of the Colosseum in Rome, has appeared on the obverse of all the winners’ medals awarded at Summer Games since 1928, with the exception of Barcelona 1992, Athens 2004 and Beijing 2008 ©IOC
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Montreal 1976-Nadia Comaneci (ROM) and an other romanian athlete in the Olympic Village
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Montreal 1976-Gymnastics-The japanese team (JPN) 1e.
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