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Top 8 World Biggest Sports Events (part 1)

Olympics

The Olympic Games are one of the largest international sporting events including summer and winter competitions, and every year thousands of different athletes from around the world register to participate in the competition. The logo of the tournament consists of 5 circles with 5 different colors representing 5 continents: the yellow of Asia, blue of Europe, black of Africa, blue of Oceania, red of America. Moreover, the image of 5 interlocking circles shows the spirit of equality as well as solidarity between people all around the world.

There are more than 200 countries joining the Olympics, which makes it become the world’s biggest sports event. The Summer Olympics and the Winter Olympics will be held every two years (on even years). There are 33 sports with competitions from over 13000 athletes. Gold, silver and bronze medals are the awards for winners. During the past 50 years, the Olympics have the three most costly events: the Summer Summer Olympics. 1976, held in Montreal, Canada, the 1992 Summer Olympics held in Barcelona, ​​Spain and the 2012 Summer Olympics held in London, England.

Through a survey by an international broadcasting company, about 19.2 to 35.8 million viewers from the first days of the Olympics were held. The Olympics have had a worldwide influence, from which host countries have the opportunity to promote their countries more widely.

FIFA World Cup

The second biggest sporting event is the World Cup, a national team competition organized by the FIFA world football federation. World Cup is taken place every 4 years since 1930. It was not held in 1942 and in 1946 due to World War II. The current competition rules allow 32 teams to compete in the final round, and qualifiers are held over the previous 3 years to determine the participating teams in the final round. The World Cup is a sporting event that attracts the attention of many people around the world, including men and women.