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Top 8 largest sports events in the world (to be continued)

Olympics
Introduction: The Olympic Games are one of the largest international sporting events, including competitions in both summer and winter. Annually thousands of different athletes around the world register to participate in the competition. The tournament’s logo consists of 5 circles with 5 different colors representing 5 continents: yellow of Asia, blue of Europe, black of Africa, blue of Oceania, red of America, 5 interlocking circles symbolize the spirit of equality, solidarity between countries and continents.

Olympic is the top 1 competition in the world with the participation of more than 200 countries. The Summer Olympics and the Winter Olympics will be held every two years (on even years). More than 13,000 athletes compete in 33 different sports and nearly 400 competitions. Gold, silver and bronze medals will be awarded to the first, second and third place winners respectively. During the past 50 years, the Olympics have had 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 great influence on the world, in which the host countries have more opportunities to promote their countries more widely.
Prizes: In each competition category, prizes will be awarded to the first, second and third place with the corresponding medals: gold, silver and bronze.

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Sport stadium

TOP SECRETS WHICH YOU MIGHT BARELY KNOW ABOUT SPORTS STADIUMS ALL AROUND THE WORLD (PART 02)

  1. The food stall is not very clean
    All stadiums have their own food and drink stalls with the viewing to serving all of the spectators coming to watch sports. However, an investigation made by ESPN sports TV channel recently showed that these food stalls here are not clean at all.
    They showed different footages of the staff working and cooking in here with their hands being not washed, dirty machines, cockroaches climbing on the soda machines … All seem to be common to be seen in any food stalls of stadiums. Although there have been no cases of any diseases spreading in these stadiums, according to ESPN’s survey of 107 stadiums in North America, there are 28% of these stadiums having been violated at least once the food safety and hygiene regulation.

4. The heavy impact these stadiums have made on the environment:
Forbes Magazine pointed out that major sporting events taking place around the world – especially the Olympics – often made a huge negative impact on the environment.

These major events often leave the environment with tons of waste, consume an enormous source of electricity and water. In addition, carbon emissions is another serious problem for our planet.
This is clearly one of the tough issues which the government needs to solve in the near future.

5. Some do not comply with fire safety regulations:

In addition to the fact that many stadiums feature special construction designs that make them difficult to comply with the fire safety regulations, even some old stadiums often do not have some necessary equipment.
Although today, many stadiums have started to pay more attention to this issue, there are still some exceptional cases.