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Olympic Games

5 August Rio 2016 opening ceremony


The Olympic Games are finally here with the opening ceremony at the Maracanã on Friday (5 August) kicking off a three-week extravaganza of sport.
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On Friday (5 August), the last day of the relay, the torch will visit the most celebrated landmarks of central and southern Rio, including Sugarloaf Mountain and Christ the Redeemer, before making its final journey to the Maracanã for the opening ceremony of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.

The Olympic Games is here and Brazilian-themed party in honour of the opening ceremony on Friday (5 August) which begins .The Rio 2016 curtain-raiser is all about the hosts. And no Brazilian party is complete without the right mix of food, drink and music.

To mark the occasion, Twitter has released 207 brand new team emojis so that fans across the globe can share their passion and follow their favourite teams.

Local sports stars, international Olympians, samba dancers, refugees and even a Nobel Peace Prize winner were among the torchbearers.

On Thursday night, it was the turn of beautiful Brazilian supermodel Adriana Lima to light a special Olympic cauldron in the heart of the Olympic Boulevard. Overpowered by the emotion of the event and by the support of the crowds, Lima was in tears as the historic night drew to a close.

On Friday, the greatest supermodel of them all, Gisele Bündchen, will be playing a prominent role in the Rio 2016 opening ceremony in the Maracanã, the climax to an extraordinary 95-day torch relay that has showcased the very best of Brazil to the watching world.


 

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