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  1. The 2004 Summer Olympics (Greek: Θερινοί Ολυμπιακοί Αγώνες 2004, romanized: Therinoí Olympiakoí Agónes 2004), officially the Games of the XXVIII Olympiad (Αγώνες της 28ης Ολυμπιάδας, Agónes tis 28is Olympiádas) and also known as Athens 2004 (Αθήνα 2004), were an international ...

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    A record 201 National Olympic Committees (NOCs) participated in the Olympic Games. The overall tally for events on the programme was 301 (one more than at the Sydney Games in 2000).

    Popularity in the Games also soared, as 3.9 billion people had access to the television coverage compared to 3.6 billion for Sydney. This global audience enjoyed coverage of never-before-seen sports such as women's wrestling, which was included in the programme for the first time.

    Swimmer Michael Phelps won six gold medals and set a single-Games record with eight total medals. Leontien Ziljaard-van Moorsel became the first female cyclist to earn four career gold medals, reaching a total of six Olympic medals, while canoeist Birgit Fischer became the first athlete in any sport to win two medals in each of five Olympic Games.

  2. Official report of the Summer Olympic Games Athens 2004. Le volume 3 contient 2 Cd-roms et 1 DVD, en anglais et grec : Official report of the XXVIII Olympiad : results [Cd-rom] ; XII Paralympic Games official results book CD ; Behind the scenes of the Athens 2004 opening and closing ceremonies [DVD].

  3. 29 mag 2024 · Athens 2004 Olympic Games, athletic festival held in Athens that took place August 13–29, 2004. The Athens Games were the 25th occurrence of the modern Olympic Games. The 2004 Olympic Games returned to Greece, birthplace of the ancient Games and site of the inaugural modern Olympics.

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  4. The Greeks and Athenians were bitter that they had not been awarded the right to host the 100th anniversary of the Modern Olympics, but regrouped to bid successfully for the 2004 Olympic Games, narrowly defeating the favorite, Roma.

  5. Games of the XXVIII Olympiad. Athens (GRE) August 13-29, 2004.

  6. The Games of the XXVIII Olympiad returned to the birthplace of the Olympics - Athens, Greece. The Games ran from August 13-29, 2004. Athens hosted 11,099 athletes, the largest number ever and also the most women athletes (40%).