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1976 Summer Olympics

See also: 1976 Summer Paralympics[?]
The Games of the XXI Olympiad were held in 1976 in Montreal, Canada. In the bid to organise the Olympics, Montreal defeated Moscow and Los Angeles, which would organise the 1980 and 1984 Olympics.

Games of the XXI Olympiad
Nations participating92
Athletes participating6,028 (4,781 men, 1,247 women)
Events198 in 21 sports
Opening ceremoniesJuly 17, 1976
Closing ceremoniesAugust 1, 1976
Officially opened byElizabeth II of the United Kingdom
Athlete's OathPierre St.-Jean[?]
Judge's Oath:Maurice Fauget[?]
Olympic TorchStéphane Préfontaine[?] and Sandra Henderson[?]

Table of contents

Highlights

  
Velodrome (foreground) and Olympic Stadium, Montreal
== Medals Awarded ==

See the medal winners, ordered by sport:

Medal Count

PosCountryGoldSilverBronzeTotal

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