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Go for the gold: Renaming the Olympic Games

The Summer Olympic games just ended but there were so many new beginnings this year. From adding new sports like skateboarding and karate to countries winning their first gold medals. We’d rate the games a 10.0. No points off if you missed it. The competitions were fierce and congratulations to all the athletes who competed this year!


A lot has changed since the first Olympic Games but oddly enough, not the name. The modern Olympics games take place in a different city every 2 years – alternating winter and summer sports – with top athletes competing from around the globe to win medals for their team. So with all that the modern Olympic Games are, we thought it would be fun to rename the Olympics.


Go for gold on this game PopNamers. What should we rename the Olympic Games?




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