Was there a Summer Olympics in 2004?
Athens 2004 Olympic Games, athletic festival held in Athens that took place August 13–29, 2004. The Athens Games were the 25th occurrence of the modern Olympic Games. The 2004 Olympic Games returned home to Greece, birthplace of the ancient Games and site of the inaugural modern Olympics.
Who won Olympics 2004?
Russia finished third, (second in total medals), and also won the most bronze medals (38)….2004 Summer Olympics medal table.
|2004 Summer Olympics medals|
|Most gold medals||United States (36)|
|Most total medals||United States (101)|
Where was the 2004 Summer Olympics held?
Athens2004 Summer Olympics / Location
Did Australia host the Summer Olympics?
Australia has hosted the Summer Olympic games twice: in 1956 in Melbourne and in 2000 in Sydney.
Where did the 2004 Summer Olympics take place?
The 2004 Summer Olympics (Greek: Θερινοί Ολυμπιακοί Αγώνες 2004, Therinoí Olympiakoí Agónes 2004), officially the Games of the XXVIII Olympiad (Greek: Αγώνες της 28ης Ολυμπιάδας, Agónes tis 28is Olympiádas) and also known as Athens 2004 (Greek: Αθήνα 2004), were an international multi-sport event held from 13 to 29 August 2004 in Athens, Greece.
How many athletes did the United States compete in the 2004 Olympics?
The United States competed at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, Greece. 533 competitors, 279 men and 254 women, took part in 254 events in 31 sports. * – Indicates the athlete competed in preliminaries but not the final
Where did the Olympic flame burn in 2004?
The Olympic flame burns in the Athens Olympic Stadium cauldron, during the opening ceremonies of the 2004 Summer Olympics. The 2004 Summer Olympics, officially known as the Games of the XXVIII Olympiad, were a summer multi-sport event held in Athens, the capital city of Greece, from 13 to 29 August 2004.
What happened at the 2004 Olympics in Athens Greece?
The Mayor of Athens, Dora Bakoyianni, passed the Olympic Flag to the Mayor of Beijing, Wang Qishan. After a short cultural performance by Chinese actors, dancers, and musicians directed by eminent Chinese director Zhang Yimou, Rogge declared the 2004 Olympic Games closed.