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Olympians Dara Torres, author of Age is Just a Number, and Gabrielle Douglas, author of Grace, Gold & Glory: My Leap of Faith, have both visited the Library. Don't miss the videos of their visits in the playlist below, which also features great moments in Olympic games and ceremonies.
Find your favorite Olympic athletes! This includes, biographies, magazine and news articles, and relevant websites.
Search for articles relating to the Olympics from over 60 reference e-books on biographies, fitness, history, medicine, social science and the world.
The Olympics have had a great impact on pop culture. Explore the Olympic Games through our Pop Culture database.
This colorful database gives complete and comprehensive information on all aspects of the Olympic Games.
Library Online Resources
Type in keyword "Olympics" to learn more about the Olympic games and your favorite olympic athletes.
From Ancient Greece to the modern day Olympics, discover more about the history and legend of the Olympic Games with these great books.
Many athletes train their entire lives for the chance to win gold. Read their life stories.
Learn about the Olympic games with fun facts, information, and timelines from BBC. See how much you know by testing your knowledge of the first Olympics with quizzes and games.
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Keep up with the latest details about the Olympic Games.
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Sochi 2014 Information
The Sochi 2014 Organizing Committee sponsors this free, official mobile application to provide you with the most up to date information with an interactive map and 3D models of the Olympic venues in Sochi, Russia.
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The Sochi 2014 Organizing Committee is selling tickets beginning Monday, February 11, 2013 at 12 p.m. ET via CoSport, the authorized ticket agent for the XXII Olympic Winter Games and XI Paralympic Winter Games in the city of Sochi, Russia.
View documentaries about Olympic Games history, the opening ceremonies for the Beijing Games in 2008, and highlights of famous Olympic events.
Our collection includes a wide range of print sources about all historical aspects of the Olympic Games.
Evocative and iconic images from past and present decades of the Olympic Games.
Find Olympic Games record facts at your fingertips in our print collection.
Get a head start with the official website for the 2014 Winter Olympic Games to be held in Sochi, Russia. Read interesting news, see photos and videos, volunteer, plan your trip, and more.
Find news and updates about each individual U.S. Olympic sports team. Look up U.S. athlete profiles and keep up to date with blogs and message boards at the official Team USA website.
This special exhibit was created by the Perseus Digital Library Group. Compare ancient and modern Olympic sports, learn about the history of the games, and read about the lives of famous ancient Olympic athletes.
The official website of the Olympic Movement. Find details about the games scheduled for 2014 and 2016; relive golden moments viewing videos; or review lists of medalists since 1896 and understand historic Olympic records as they are explained.
The Paralympic Games showcase disabled athletes. The games first began in Rome in 1960 and always follow shortly after the Summer or Winter Olympic Games.
This year's Special Olympics World Winter Games were held in PyeongChang, South Korea (January 29 to February 6, 2013.) Learn about the history of these inspiring athletic competitions; sign up for Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube updates. Check the Special Olympics website for more information regarding Special Olympics. Be sure to visit the website for the 2015 World Winter Games to be held in Los Angeles, California.