Rome 1960 has drifted well back into the un-remembered games of history
Now, as some may have realised, I'm fairly young.
There are also some older people on this forum.
So where is the cut-off point for a 'Distant Games' - Olympics which have faded into distant history.
1952 - Helsinki, Finland
1956 - Melbourne, Australia
1960 - Rome, Italy
1964 - Tokyo, Japan
1968 - Mexico City, Mexico
1972 - Munich, West Germany
1976 - Montreal, Canada
1980 - Moscow, U.S.S.R
1984 - Los Angeles, United States
1988 - Seoul, South Korea
1992 - Barcelona, Spain
1996 - Atlanta, United States
2000 - Sydney, Australia
2004 - Athens, Greece
2008 - Beijing, China
2012 - London, United Kingdom
Does the cut-off point vary between people's ages or do we all agree there is a set number of years in which Olympic Games are still recognised as fairly modern/recent.
For myself, it is Moscow which have the 'long forgotten fee' to them.
So copy and paste the latest list below (or above if you're first) and add your name below the Olympics which you consider to be in forgotten history.