On the other hand the modern time olympic game is

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are married. On the other hand, the Modern time Olympic game is open to everyone willing to compete or attend at one’s own willingness ( MacAloon, 2013).
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COMPARISON IN OLYMPIC GAMES Conclusively, the Olympic game got invented by Heracles in Ancient Greek during the year 776 BC before being terminated by Emperor Theodore I during the Christian conquest in Greek. The games then came to a rebirth by Pierre de Coubertin and have since revolved with major changes in the belief and practice of the same. The modern time view of the game is that it is a form of exposure to train and compete favorably, which makes it more appealing and attractive all over the world.
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COMPARISON IN OLYMPIC GAMES References Finley, M. I., & Pleket, H. W. (2012). The Olympic Games: the first thousand years . Courier Corporation. MacAloon, J. J. (2013). This great symbol: Pierre de Coubertin and the origins of the modern Olympic Games . Routledge. The Games | The Real Story of the Ancient Olympic Games - Penn Museum. (2018). Retrieved from
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  • Spring '17
  • Dr.Agnes Meroka
  • Olympic Games, Ancient Olympic Games, Pierre de Coubertin, Olympia, Greece

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