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Olympic Games 2020 - Set

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  • 23.07.2021
  • Aidan Cassar
  • offset
  • Sheet;204mm x 99mm , Stamp; 35mm x 35mm
  • €0.59,€1.35,€2.80
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About Olympic Games 2020

The Olympic Games is a major event held every four years, when athletes from all over the world compete against each other in different sports. The Games are intended to contribute to building a peaceful and better world by educating youth through sport practiced without discrimination of any kind while fostering mutual understanding within a spirit of friendship, solidarity and fair play.The Olympics date to more than 2,000 years ago, with the earliest records from the 8th century B.C. to the 4th century A.D. The Games were resumed in the late 19th century by a young Frenchman named Pierre de Coubertin. The first event of the modern Olympics took place in 1896 in Athens. It featured 280 male participants from 13 nations, competing in 43 events and sports, including track and field, gymnastics, swimming, wrestling, cycling, tennis, weightlifting, shooting, and fencing. In 1994, the Summer and Winter Olympic Games started being held separately, alternating every two years in the four-year period.Malta participated for the very first time in the 1928 Summer Olympics, when a waterpolo team took the challenge in competing abroad with other nationalities.Nowadays, the Olympics are a globalised event with over 200 nations competing. This year the Summer Olympics will be held in Tokyo, after being postponed due to the Coronavirus outbreak. Events will begin on Friday 23rd July ending on Sunday 8th August 2021, attracting over 11,000 male and female participants who will compete in 33 different sports across 339 events with millions of viewers expecting to watch the games.

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