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  1. The 1976 Summer Olympics (French: Jeux olympiques d'été de 1976), officially known as the Games of the XXI Olympiad (French: Jeux de la XXIe Olympiade) and commonly known as Montreal 1976 (French: Montréal 1976), were an international multi-sport event held from July 17 to August 1, 1976, in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

    • 198 in 21 sports (27 disciplines)
    • Long Life to the Montréal Games, (French): Longue vie aux Jeux de Montréal
  2. Los Juegos Olímpicos de Montreal 1976, oficialmente conocidos como los Juegos de la XXI Olimpiada, se celebraron en Montreal, Canadá entre el 17 de julio y el 1 de agosto de 1976. Participaron 6084 atletas (4824 hombres y 1260 mujeres) de 92 países, compitiendo en 21 deportes y 198 especialidades. 1

    • 92 países, 6084 atletas
  3. 17 de jul. de 1976 · With its 53,500 inhabitants, Bermuda became the most sparsely-populated country to win a medal at the Summer Games, thanks to Clarence Hill who won the bronze medal in boxing in the heavyweight category. Ceremonies. 17 July 1976, Montreal. Flags of the nations during the Olympic oath. Official Opening of the Games by: Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

  4. 27 de nov. de 2011 · On 12 May 1970 in Amsterdam, the IOC announced that Montréal would host the Games of the XXIst Olympiad, to be held from 17 July to 1 August 1976. The Games would be the first Olympics hosted by a Canadian city. Facilities

  5. Games of the XXI Olympiad. Playing host to the Olympic Games for the first time, Canada won more medals than at the previous two Olympic Games combined. Without a gold medal on the table, however, one of biggest highlights and lasting images of the Games was Greg Joy winning high jump silver in the rain on the penultimate day.

    • Montreal 1976: Games of the XXI Olympiad1
    • Montreal 1976: Games of the XXI Olympiad2
    • Montreal 1976: Games of the XXI Olympiad3
    • Montreal 1976: Games of the XXI Olympiad4
    • Montreal 1976: Games of the XXI Olympiad5
  6. Official Films. This is an unusual documentary in that it resists the temptation to exalt the winners. In the gymnastic competition, for example, neither Olga Korbut nor Nelli Kim look their best, and the brilliant young talent, Nadia Comăneci, is hardly glorified. Finland's Lase Virén won gold in both the 5,000 and 10,000 metres, as he had ...