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  1. [sorry in Advance if this Topic is Wrong Catagories] Hello Everyone My Name is Pongsatorn from Thailand. I'm Interest in Opening and Closing Ceremonies. In Thailand Thailand National Games and Thailand National Youth Games is a Yearly National Multi-Sports Event in Thailand. And Some People wait for Watch Opening Ceremony and Closing Ceremony.and me is a one of them. Today I Want to Present Video of Opening Ceremony of Thailand National Games and Youth Games Opening Ceremony to everyone in this Board. This is The Latest Thailand National Games and Youth Games Opening Ceremony 43RD Thailand National Games/Nakhon Ratchasima DECEMBER 2014/Opening Ceremony 31ST Thailand National Youth Games/Chanthaburi MARCH 2015/Opening Ceremony and the Previous Opening Ceremony I will gradually be presented in Future. and What do you think after Watch You can Comment Now. Thank You.
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  2. US stripped of London 2012 Olympic relay medals The entire United States 4x100m relay team have been stripped of their London 2012 Olympic silver medals as a consequence of Tyson Gay's drugs ban. Former 100m and 200m world champion Gay was suspended for a year after testing positive for a banned anabolic steroid. The 32-year-old returned his London 2012 medal when his suspension was announced in May 2014. Now the International Olympic Committee has told US Olympic bosses that the whole team must return their medals. The IOC wrote to the US Olympic Committee on Wednesday, telling them to collect the medals from Trell Kimmons, Justin Gatlin, Ryan Bailey, Jeffery Demps and Darvis Patton. "We will begin efforts to have the medals returned, and support all measures to protect clean athletes," said a US Olympic Committee statement. Kimmons and Bailey ran with Gay in the final, as did Gatlin, who has served two doping bans, including a four-year suspension between 2006-2010. Gay's results from 15 July 2012 - the date he first used a product containing a banned substance - were annulled. His one-year suspension was backdated to 23 June 2013, the date he tested positive at the US World Championship trials. The American team finished second in London's Olympic Stadium behind Jamaica, who were anchored by Usain Bolt on their way to a new world record. Gay and his team-mates set a new US record with their time of 37.04 seconds. If the medals are reallocated, Trinidad and Tobago - who finished third in 38.12 seconds - would be awarded silver. Fourth-placed France would take the bronze instead. BBC http://www.bbc.com/sport/0/athletics/32731015
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  3. European Games Park - Completed: http://www.baku2015.com
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  4. www.bbrasil.com We can choose severals language : french, spanish, italian, german, English....
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  5. A minor detail you may have noticed, that was confirmed recently, the Olympic rings on Cathy's costume were sewn on upside down, so they turned the fabric back to front. You can see the upside down rings through the fabric if you look carefully.
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  6. Today I present the Opening Ceremony of 39th Thailand National Games Opening Ceremony(Copy from my new topic http://www.gamesbids.com/forums/topic/24967-ceremonies-in-youtube/) 39th Thailand National Games/Chonburi December 2010 Parade of the Province(Hilight) Click-> Thailand National Games Flag Entry the Stadium,Thailand National Flag Raising Ceremony,Lighting the Cauldron and Last Show Click-> Only Lighting the Cauldron in HD Click->
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  7. ESPN/ESPN2 Broadcast Schedule July 10 8-11pm ESPN July 11 6-10 pm ESPN2 July 12 7-11pm ESPN2 July 13 630pm-midnight ESPN2 July 14 7pm-midnight ESPN2 July 15 7-9pm ESPN2 (ESPY's night) July 16 7pm-midnight ESPN2 July 17 7pm midnight ESPN2 July 18 7pm-midnight ESPN2 July 19 130-5pm ESPN2 7-10 pm ESPN2 July 20 7pm-midnight ESPN2 July 21 6-11pm ESPN2 July 22 6pm-midnight ESPN2 July 23 6pm-midnight ESPN2 July 24 6pm-midnight ESPN2 July 25 430-11pm ESPN2 July 26 1-530 pm ESPN
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  8. Retreading on NBC's Rio 2016 logo. Not really brand new but still recent, Tijana Pantelic, as it's been unvieled during Super Bowl weekend. As we can all figure out here, not only it's the colors of the Brazilian flag, the colors on the guitar pick-like logo also obviously represent sun (yellow), land (green), and water (blue): http://www.brandingmagazine.com/2015/05/12/nbc-rio-2016-logo-revealed/ Seven shoring up coverage in Olympic sports now back as "Australia's Olympic Network" starting next year (and with the Commonwealth Games), starting with the Australian TV rights to the next two world swimming championships. Thus ushering a revival in Australian interest in the sport which Aussies famously make legends out of: http://www.theaustralian.com.au/sport/swimming-back-in-vogue-as-seven-buys-tv-rights/story-e6frg7mf-1227351925792 Parent company Seven West Media Group becomes one of the Australian Olympic Committee's Official Partners up to Tokyo 2020. Not a shock at all, especially when the upcoming Olympics after Rio will be on more favorable time zones for Australian TV: http://www.insidethegames.biz/articles/1027212/seven-west-media-group-announced-as-latest-official-partner-of-australian-olympic-team http://corporate.olympics.com.au/news/seven-expands-olympic-partnership-to-support-australian-team Very much a lock that France Televisions' rugby man Mathieu Latort will definitely be there in Rio to call the Olympic rugby sevens: http://www.lequipe.fr/Medias/Actualites/Matthieu-lartot-j-aimerais-etre-aux-jo-2016/557130
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  9. Just came across Ingrid O'Neil's catalogue from her October 2014 auction. There are many bid books there..including one as early as Frankfurt 1936 ($750.); Tokyo 1940 (the most expensive at $1,750.) there are two LA bid books (1956 - $125 and for 1984 - $75.) http://cdn.insidethegames.biz/iW4tbVnDeAaUGSJcYbBVI.pdf They're on page 27. BID BOOKS OF THE OLYMPIC GAMES 181. Frankfurt/M. 1936 Bid Book. 48pp., illustrated in b&w, plus 5 color plates, 32x24cm (12.8”x9.5”) oblong, in German. The bid book was presented at the 1930 Berlin IOC Congress. Stiff paper covers browned, corner creases, stain on cover, contents EF. Very rare 1936 Summer Games bid book. ($750) 182. Tokyo 1940 Bid Book in English. Tokyo-Sports Center of the Orient. Tokyo Municipal Office, 1934. 15pp. text, 44 pages of photos intertwined with explanations, 27.5x20cm (10.8”x7.9”) oblong, upper edges gilt. Invitation to IOC by Tokyo Mayor to hold the 1940 XIIth Olympic Games in Tokyo. Large color fold-out maps of the Olympic Field (modeled after Berlin’s Reichsportfeld) and of the railway, subway, motorbus, tramway lines in summer and winter sports, venues, etc. Tokyo was awarded the 1940 Games at the Berlin IOC Session in July 1936. Stiff paper covered with silk, scuffed, VF, contents EF. Very rare. ($1,750) 183. Los Angeles 1956 Bid Book. Text in English. 14 unnumbered stiff pages plus copies of 4 letters to the IOC, illustrated in color. Glassine cover, spiral-bound. EF. ($125) 184. Garmisch-Partenkirchen Winter 1960 Bid Book. Plans and illustrations pertaining to the candidature of the community of Garmisch-Partenkirchen for the VIIIth Olympic Winter Games in 1960. Boards, 45.5x41cm (17.9”x16.2”), 29 pages with tipped-in actual large b&w photos, captions in French, English and German. Large fold-out map and brochure in back pocket. In large protective box. EF. ($250) 185. St. Moritz Candidate for the Olympic Winter Games 1960. 24 stiff pages, illustrated throughout, 20.9x25.7cm (8.2”x10.1”), in French and English. With printed letter in front by Swiss IOC member A. Mayer. Large fold-out map tipped-in in back. Stiff covers, ltly. soiled, contents EF. ($125) etc.
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