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www.reference.com/article/olympic-paint-retailer-efd72df422926459

By visiting the Olympic website, users can quickly and easily find an Olympic dealer nearby. Simply click "Explore Products" and "Find a Store" to search.

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Because most Olympic paints are water based, they are easier to remove from clothing than oil-based paints. However, it is not always possible to remove all Olympic paint stains from clothes.

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The modern summer and winter Olympic Games stretch across 16 or 17 consecutive days of competition. The summer games generally feature more countries competing in more events, because countries with a lack of cold weather often do not participate in the winter games.

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The first Olympics were the ancient Grecian games held in 776 BCE, which means Before Common Era. The games were stopped in 393 CE, which means Common Era, and didn't start again until 1896.

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The first modern Olympic Games occurred in the year of 1896. These games took place in Athens, Greece. There were athletes from 14 different nations in attendance.

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Olympic athlete diets may vary based on factors such as individual preference, sport, gender and nationality, but in general, these elite athletes tend to eat much more than the average person. For example, American swimmer Michael Phelps reportedly ate as many as 12,000 calories a day while competi

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The Olympic games are held as a way of promoting good relations and tolerance among different races, cultures, nationalities and religions across the globe. The opening ceremony of the games is considered a spectacle by many since it features various displays of cultural activities and music meant t

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An Olympic-size swimming pool is 50 meters long. The width is 25 meters. The depth is at least 2 meters, but 3 meters is recommended. An Olympic pool is divided into 10 lanes for the Olympics and eight lanes for the World Swimming Championships.

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The colors of the five interlocked rings of the Olympic flag, and the flag's white background, were selected because they incorporated the colors of all the national flags that existed when the flag was created. The flag's colors are blue, dark yellow, black, green and red.

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Skating, ice hockey, curling, skiing, biathlon, luge and bobsleigh are the seven competitive sports in the Winter Olympic Games as of 2014. Skating, skiing and bobsleigh are each divided into several disciplines, and inside each sport or discipline, there are multiple events.