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Today, with so many athletes and venues, OCOGs may need to provide more than one village. The villages are located as close as possible to the main stadium and other venues and have separate accommodations for men and women.
Only competitors and officials may live in the village, and the number of team officials is limited. The Olympic Games celebrate an Olympiad, or period of four years. The first Olympiad of modern times was celebrated in , and subsequent Olympiads are numbered consecutively, even when no Games take place as was the case in , , and Olympic Winter Games have been held separately from the Games of the Olympiad Summer Games since and were initially held in the same year.
The Winter Games were held in and again in and thereafter every four years; the Summer Games maintained their original four-year cycle. The maximum number of entries permitted for individual events is three per country.
The number is fixed but can be varied by the IOC in consultation with the international federation concerned. In most team events only one team per country is allowed. In general, an NOC may enter only a citizen of the country concerned. The Games are contests between individuals and not between countries.
The Summer Olympic program includes the following sports: Women participate in all these sports, whereas men do not compete in synchronized swimming or rhythmic gymnastics. The Winter Olympic program includes sports played on snow or ice: Athletes of either gender may compete in all these sports. An Olympic program must include national exhibitions and demonstrations of fine arts architecture, literature, music, painting, sculpture, photography, and sports philately.
The particular events included in the different sports are a matter for agreement between the IOC and the international federations. In the IOC reviewed the summer sports program, and members voted to drop baseball and softball from the Games.
While sports such as rugby and karate were considered, none won the 75 percent favourable vote needed for inclusion. Baseball and softball were added back to the program for the Games, and karate , skateboarding , sport climbing, and surfing were also added. To be allowed to compete, an athlete must meet the eligibility requirements as defined by the international body of the particular sport and also by the rules of the IOC.
Professionals in ice hockey, tennis, soccer, and equestrian sports were permitted to compete in the Olympics, although their eligibility was subject to some restrictions. By the 21st century the presence of professional athletes at the Olympic Games was common. At the Rome Olympics, a Danish cyclist collapsed and died after his coach had given him amphetamines.
Formal drug tests seemed necessary and were instituted at the Winter Games in Grenoble , France. There only one athlete was disqualified for taking a banned substance—beer. As the fame and potential monetary gains for Olympic champions grew in the latter half of the 20th century, so too did the use of performance-enhancing drugs. Tests for anabolic steroids and other substances improved, but so did doping practices, with the design of new substances often a year or two ahead of the new tests.
When metre-sprint champion Ben Johnson of Canada tested positive for the drug stanozolol at the Summer Games in Seoul , South Korea , the world was shocked, and the Games themselves were tainted. There is now a long list of banned substances and a thorough testing process.
Blood and urine samples are collected from athletes before and after competition and sent to a lab for testing. Positive tests for banned substances lead to disqualification, and athletes may be banned from competition for periods ranging from a year to life. The form of the opening ceremony is laid down by the IOC in great detail, from the moment when the chief of state of the host country is received by the president of the IOC and the organizing committee at the entrance to the stadium to the end of the proceedings, when the last team files out.
When the head of state has reached the appointed place in the tribune and is greeted with the national anthem , the parade of competitors begins. The Greek team is always the first to enter the stadium, and, except for the host team, which is always last, the other countries follow in alphabetical order as determined by the language of the organizing country.
Each contingent , dressed in its official uniform, is preceded by a shield with the name of its country, while an athlete carries its national flag. The competitors march around the stadium and then form in groups in the centre facing the tribune. The president of the OCOG then delivers a brief speech of welcome, followed by another brief speech from the president of the IOC, who asks the chief of state to proclaim the Games open.
A fanfare of trumpets sound as the Olympic flag is slowly raised. The Olympic flame is then carried into the stadium by the last of a series of runners who have brought the torch on a very long journey from Olympia, Greece. The runner circles the track, mounts the steps, and lights the Olympic fire that burns night and day during the Games.
In individual Olympic events, the award for first place is a gold silver-gilt, with six grams of fine gold medal, for second place a silver medal, and for third place a bronze medal. Solid gold medals were last given in The obverse side of the medal awarded in at Athens was altered for the first time since to better reflect the Greek origins of both the ancient and modern Games, depicting the goddess Nike flying above a Greek stadium.
The reverse side, changed for each Olympiad, often displayed the official emblem of the particular Games. At the Athens Games, athletes received authentic olive-leaf crowns as well as medals. Diplomas are awarded for fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh, and eighth places. All competitors and officials receive a commemorative medal. Medals are presented during the Games at the various venues, usually soon after the conclusion of each event.
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