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Games of the XVII Olympiad
Host city w:Rome, Italy
Events 150 in 17 sports
Opening ceremony August 25
Closing ceremony September 11
Stadium w:Stadio Olimpico
Rome was the host for the XVI summer olympic games. This was the
Olympic logo 1960
Rome Logo
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second time Italy hosted the Olympics but the first time they had hosted the summer olympics. The first being the 1956 Winter Olympic Games in Cortina d'Ampezzo. Italy would later host the 2006 Winter Olympic Games in Torino

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Rome had a rather strange logo for their Olympics. It depicts a female roman wolf, nursing the two young two brothers Remus and Romulus, who were said to have founded the city of Rome. Underneath them is '1960' spelled out in roman numerals.

Historic MomentsEdit

  • British West Indies, Republic of China, Ethiopia, Ghana, Iraq, Morocco, and Singapore make their olympic debuts.
  • The Rome Olympics were the first games shown on television.

MedalsEdit

  1. Soviet Union (Russia , Ukraine and more) 43 Gold, 29 Silver and 31 Bronze. 103 Total
  2. United States 34 Gold, 21 Silver and 16 Bronze. 71 Total
  3. Unified Germany 12 Gold, 19 Silver and 11 Bronze. 42 Total
  4. Italy 13 Gold, 10 Silver and 13 Bronze. 36 Total
  5. Australia 8 Gold, 8 Silver and 6 Bronze. 22 Total
  6. Hungary 6 Gold, 8 Silver and 7 Bronze. 21 Total
  7. Poland 4 Gold, 6 Silver and 11 Bronze. 21 Total
  8. Great Britain 2 Gold, 6 Silver and 12 Bronze. 20 Total.
  9. Japan 4 Gold, 7 Silver and 7 Bronze. 18 Total
  10. Romania 3 Gold, 1 Silver and 6 Bronze. 10 Total
  11. Turkey 7 Gold and 2 Silver. 9 Total
  12. Czechoslovakia( Czech Republic and Slovakia ) 3 Gold, 2 Silver and 3 Bronze. 8 Total
  13. Bulgaria 1 Gold, 3 Silver and 3 Bronze. 7 Total
  14. Denmark 2 Gold, 3 Silver and 1 Bronze. 6 Total
  15. Sweden 1 Gold, 2 Silver and 3 Bronze. 6 Total
  16. Switzerland 3 Silver and 3 Bronze. 6 Total
  17. Finland 1 Gold, 1 Silver and 3 Bronze. 5 Total
  18. France 2 Silver and 3 Bronze. 5 Total
  19. Belgium 2 Silver and 2 Bronze. 4 Total
  20. Iran 1 Silver and 3 Bronze. 4 Total
  21. New Zealand 2 Gold and 1 Bronze. 3 Total
  22. Netherlands 1 Silver and 2 Bronze. 3 Total
  23. South Africa 1 Silver and 2 Bronze. 3 Total
  24. Austria 1 Gold and 1 Silver. 2 Total.
  25. Yugoslavia 1 Gold and 1 Silver. 2 Total.
  26. Pakistan 1 Gold and 1 Bronze. 2 Total.
  27. Argentina 1 Silver and 1 Bronze. 2 Total
  28. United Arab Republic (Egypt) 1 Silver and 1 Bronze. 2 Total
  29. Brazil 2 Bronze. 2 Total.
  30. British West Indies 2 Bronze. 2 Total
  31. Ethiopia 1 Gold. 1 Total.
  32. Greece 1 Gold. 1 Total.
  33. Norway 1 Gold. 1 Total.
  34. Canada 1 Silver. 1 Total
  35. Ghana 1 Silver. 1 Total
  36. India 1 Silver. 1 Total
  37. Morocco 1 Silver. 1 Total
  38. Portugal 1 Silver. 1 Total
  39. Republic of China (Taiwan) 1 Silver. 1 Total
  40. Singapore 1 Silver. 1 Total
  41. Iraq 1 Bronze. 1 Total
  42. Mexico 1 Bronze. 1 Total
  43. Spain 1 Bronze. 1 Total
  44. Venezuela 1 Bronze. 1 Total

Image GalleryEdit

See AlsoEdit

  • Logos - A collection of logos featuring this event.
  • Mascots - The official mascots of this Olympics'.
  • Torch - Information about this Olympics' torch.


Preceded by
Squaw Valley 1960
Olympics
1960
Succeeded by
Innsbruck 1964
Preceded by
Melbourne 1956
Summer Olympics
1960
Succeeded by
Tokyo 1964
Olympic Games
Summer Olympic Games
Athens 1896Paris 1900St. Louis 1904Athens 1906London 1908Stockholm 1912Berlin 1916Antwerp 1920Paris 1924Amsterdam 1928Los Angeles 1932Berlin 1936London 1948 • • Helsinki 1952Melbourne 1956Rome 1960Tokyo 1964Mexico City 1968Munich 1972Montreal 1976Moscow 1980Los Angeles 1984Seoul 1988Barcelona 1992Atlanta 1996Sydney 2000Athens 2004Beijing 2008London 2012Rio de Janeiro 2016
Winter Olympic Games
Chamonix 1924St. Moritz 1928Lake Placid 1932Garmisch-Partenkirchen 1936St. Moritz 1948Oslo 1952Cortina 1956Squaw Valley 1960Innsbruck 1964Grenoble 1968Sapporo 1972Innsbruck 1976Lake Placid 1980Sarajevo 1984Calgary 1988Albertville 1992Lillehammer 1994Nagano 1998Salt Lake City 2002Torino 2006Vancouver 2010Sochi 2014Pyeongchang 2018
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