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Rio Olympics 2016 Closing Ceremony Got Delayed Because Of THIS Reason
Olympics always come like a blustery storm, engaging the world, giving the winners and leaving people with motivation.
The Rio Olympics officially came to an end on Sunday night with the closing ceremony. Brazil bid a farewell to the 2016 Olympics passing it on to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
I am sure you all must have remained updated during the Olympics, but now it's time to upgrade ourselves with its closure.
Simone Biles was tasked with carrying the U.S. flag during the ceremony. It seemed like everyone wanted to take a selfie with her.
Mary Carillo called it a "Simone Selfie Central" and that a "conga line of people" were waiting just to take selfies with the American gymnast.
Rain drenched performers and hundreds of athletes as they entered the party.
The city handed over the Olympic flag to Tokyo for the 2020 Summer Games
The Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe appeared in the stadium dressed as popular video game character Mario.
Figures were dressed as multicolored macaws.
Former South African Woman Sunette Viljoen, who has played one Test and 17 ODIs, created history by bagging a silver medal in the women's javelin final of the Rio Olympics.
She is the first woman cricketer who won a medal in the history of Olympics.
Well, this is not new for you to know that golf and rugby were the novel additions this year.
"These Olympic Games are leaving a unique legacy for generations to come. History will talk about a Rio de Janeiro before and a much better Rio de Janeiro after the Olympic Games." said Bach.
A mini coverage of the closing ceremony by one of the reporters of New York Times.
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