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    What is the Olympic motto?

    The original Olympic motto is made up of three Latin words : Citius - Altius - Fortius. These words mean Faster - Higher - Stronger.  On the 20th of

    What is the Olympic motto?

    What is the Olympic motto?

    The original Olympic motto is made up of three Latin words : Citius - Altius - Fortius. These words mean Faster - Higher - Stronger.

    On the 20th of July 2021, the Session of the International Olympic Committee approved a change in the Olympic motto that recognises the unifying power of sport and the importance of solidarity. The change adds the word “together” after an en dash to “Faster, Higher, Stronger”. The new Olympic motto now reads in Latin “Citius, Altius, Fortius - Communiter” and “Faster, Higher, Stronger - Together” in English.

    The original motto was first expressed by the Dominican priest Henri Didon in the opening ceremony of a school sports event in 1881. Pierre de Coubertin, who was present that day, adopted them as the Olympic motto in 1894 with the launch of the Olympic Movement. It expresses the aspirations of the Olympic Movement not only in its athletic and technical sense but also from a moral and educational perspective.

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    KBC 2022| Which word was added to ‘faster, Higher, Stronger, the official Olympic motto in English?

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    Ques: Which word was added to ‘faster, Higher, Stronger, the official Olympic motto in English?

    A. Winner B. Together C. Survivor D. Competitor

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    Faster, Higher, Stronger And Now 'Together': IOC Adds Fourth Olympic Motto

    Faster, Higher, Stronger And Now 'Together': IOC Adds Fourth Olympic Motto

    Faster, Higher, Stronger And Now 'Together': IOC Adds Fourth Olympic Motto

    The proposal to include the word together was made by IOC President Thomas Bach, which was endorsed by the body's Executive Board (EB) in April

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    Updated: 20 Jul 2021 4:20 pm

    The Olympic motto was amended to "faster, higher, stronger - together" during the International Olympic Committee's session in Tokyo on Tuesday as the world waited for the pandemic-hit Games to begin on July 23. (More Sports News)

    The word "together" after a hyphen has been added to the earlier motto, which was made up of three Latin words -- Citius, Altius, Fortius, translating to "Faster Higher Stronger" in English.

    The proposal to include the word together was made by IOC President Thomas Bach, which was endorsed by the body's Executive Board (EB) in April.

    Bach had suggested the motto should become "faster, higher, stronger - together" in response to the COVID-19 crisis.

    The motto now reads 'Citius, Altius, Fortius – Communis' in Latin.

    The IOC members unanimously approved an amendment of the Olympic Charter.

    During the session, Bach stressed the importance of solidarity within the Olympic Movement and beyond.

    "Solidarity is at the heart of everything we do. Solidarity fuels our mission to make the world a better place through sport. Because we can only go faster, we can only aim higher, we can only become stronger, if we stand together – in solidarity."

    "Strengthening solidarity in this way also helps us to accomplish our 3,000-year-old mission to contribute to peace through sport. Without solidarity, there is no peace."

    The Olympic motto was adopted with the launch of the Olympic Movement in 1894 at the urging of founder Pierre de Coubertin, who wanted a slogan that expressed excellence in sport.

    It was also supported by the International Pierre de Coubertin Committee.

    Bach was determined to ensure the Olympics takes place this year despite the uncertainty around the COVID-19 pandemic.

    "When you look at this situation in hindsight today, it may appear like it was smooth sailing. This is far from the truth. Over the past 15 months, we had to take daily decisions on very uncertain grounds.

    "We had doubts every day. We deliberated and discussed. There were sleepless nights. Like everyone else in the world, we did not know, I did not know, what the future would hold."

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