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Watch non-stop replays of the Opening and Closing Ceremonies from past Olympic Games!
The Olympic Channel has launched a new “Olympic Ceremonies Channel” that gives fans around the world a chance to relive the Olympic Games through the pageantry, excitement, and iconic moments of past Opening and Closing Ceremonies highlighted by the parade of nations, flame lightings and artistic programs on the.
Highlights include Paralympic archer Antonio Rebello lighting the Barcelona 1992 cauldron with the shot of an arrow, the Queen’s skydiving entrance at the London 2012 Games alongside Agent 007, or the two torchbearers from North and South Korea carrying the torch as one while climbing a massive staircase together. And moments like 2008’s dazzling Opening Ceremony from Beijing highlighted by 2008 drummers in stunning unison to Muhammad Ali’s demonstration of strength over Parkinson’s disease to light the Olympic cauldron at Atlanta 1996 add to the sense of celebration and unity.
In addition to the “Olympic Ceremonies Channel”, fans are invited to visit the Olympic Channel’s interactive Olympic Games history page for a playful journey through infographics of the history of the Summer and Winter Olympic Games detailing the facts and figures about countries, participation, mascots, and medals.
The IOC’s Olympic Channel is an over-the-top (OTT) global media destination where fans can experience the power of sport and the excitement of the Olympic Games all year round. Through inspirational stories, athlete interviews, breaking news, live events, original programming, and exclusive behind-the-scenes content, the Olympic Channel provides fans with a dedicated media platform to follow the stories behind the athletes anytime, anywhere. The Olympic Channel is available worldwide at olympicchannel.com and its apps for mobile and connected TV devices.
The “Olympic Ceremonies Channel” on the Olympic Channel currently features Opening and Closing Ceremonies from the Summer and Winter Games held during the past 30 years including:
- Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018
- Olympic and Paralympic Games Rio 2016
- Olympic Winter Games Sochi 2014
- Olympic Game London 2012
- Olympic Winter Games Vancouver 2010
- Olympic Games Beijing 2008
- Olympic Winter Games Torino 2006
- Olympic Games Athens 2004
- Olympic Winter Games Salt Lake City 2002
- Olympic Games Sydney 2000
- Olympic Winter Games Nagano 1998
- Olympic Games Atlanta 1996
- Olympic Winter Games Lillehammer 1994
- Olympic Games Barcelona 1992
- Olympic Winter Games Albertville 1992
- Olympic Games Seoul 1988
- Olympic Winter Games Calgary 1988
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