Olympic Games

The Olympic Games officially consist of the Games of the Olympiad and the Olympic Winter Games, a celebration that would be held in different countries, take place every four years and bring together athletes from around the world to take part in sports competitions.

The Games of the Olympiad are sometimes more commonly referred to as the Olympic Summer Games or the Summer Games. They are comprised of those sports that are defined as Olympic and that may be included in the programme for the Games of the Olympiad. The editions are numbered consecutively from the first Games of the Olympiad that were held in Athens in 1896, and their numbering is not affected by any instances of non-celebration. The term Olympiad refers to a period of four consecutive years and is used only in conjunction with the Summer Games.

Games of the Olympiad((Summer Games)  

1896 ATHENS

II 1900 PARIS

III 1904 ST. LOUIS

IV 1908 LONDON

1912 STOCKHOLM

VI 1916 Not Celebrated

VII 1920 ANTWERP

VIII 1924 PARIS

IX 1928 AMSTERDAM

1932 LOS ANGELES

XI 1936 BERLIN

XII 1940 Not Celebrated

XIII 1944 Not Celebrated

 

XXV 1992 BARCELONA

XXVI 1996 ATLANTA

XXVII 2000 SYDNEY

XXVIII 2004 ATHENS

XXIX 2008 BEIJING

XXX 2012 LONDON

XXXI 2016 RIO DE JANEIRO

XXXII 2020 TOKYO 

XIV 1948 LONDON

XV 1952 HELSINKI

XVI 1956 MELBOURNE

STOCKHOLM

XVII 1960 ROME

XVIII 1964 TOKYO

XIX 1968 MEXICO

XX 1972 MUNICH

XXI 1976 MONTREAL

XXII 1980 MOSCOW

XXIII 1984 LOS ANGELES

XXIV 1988 SEOUL