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  • Innsbruck 1964 | Winter Games

    Innsbruck 1964

    29 Jan - 09 Feb | 1091 | 36 | 34
  • Document

    Innsbruck 1964

    Published late, in 1967, the official report of the 1964 Innsbruck Games was produced only in German under the title “Offizieller Bericht der IX. Olympischen Winterspiele Innsbruck 1964”. It consists of one 350-page volume.
  • Winner’s medal Innsbruck 1964

    Winner’s medal Innsbruck 1964

    Several elements can be seen on the reverse of the medal. In the centre, the Olympic rings appear above the coat of arms of the city of Innsbruck. The circumference bears the inscription “IX Olympische Winterspiele” ©IOC
    Tuesday, January 5, 2010 8:16 AM | Photo
  • Innsbruck 1976 | Winter Games

    Innsbruck 1976

    04 Feb - 15 Feb | 1123 | 37 | 37
  • Innsbruck 2012 | Winter Games

    Innsbruck 2012

    13 Jan - 22 Jan | 1022 | 69 | 63
  • Tokyo 1964 | Summer Games

    Tokyo 1964

    10 Oct - 24 Oct | 5151 | 93 | 163
  • Lighting of the flame in Olympia (Innsbruck 1964 OG)

    Lighting of the flame in Olympia (Innsbruck 1964 OG)

    After having lit the torch from the sacred fire, the actress playing the High Priestess of Olympia passes on the flame to the first torchbearer ©Keystone
    Sunday, January 10, 2010 10:59 AM | Photo
  • Innsbruck Legacy 1964 - 1976 - 2012 | Video

    Innsbruck Legacy 1964 - 1976 - 2012

    “The world normally has to wait four years between Winter Games, but just two years after Vancouver, the Winter Youth Olympic Games was inaugurated in a city that was already steeped in Olympic tradition.The Youth Olympic Games has brought a new legacy to Innsbruck, helping to position it as a young and dynamic city while reinvigorating its Olympic history.”
  • News | Tokyo 1964

    Tokyo 1964 welcomes the world to the Olympic Stadium

    Under a magnificent blue autumn sky, the Opening Ceremony of the Games of the XVIII Olympiad was filled with exciting moments, in particular when Japanese athlete Yoshinori Sakai, born on 6 August 1945 and nicknamed “Hiroshima Baby”, lit the Olympic cauldron in a symbolic gesture of peace and hope. At the end of the Ceremony, Japanese jet planes formed the Olympic rings in the sky.   
    10 Oct 2019 | Olympic News, Tokyo 1964, Tokyo 2020
  • Document

    Innsbruck 1976

    Entitled “Final report”, the official report of the XII Olympic Winter Games, Innsbruck 1976, was the first one published in a trilingual version – French, English and German.
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