Sochi 2014 Winter Olympic Torch Relay

Thursday, November 14, 2013

Follow the Olympic Torch as it goes on its traditional journey from Olympia Greece through the host country, Russia. The relay will take 123 days, and the length of its distance will be more than 56 thousand kilometers. The Olympic torch will be carried by a record number of torchbearers. 14 thousand people will gain the opportunity to run with the lit torch across the cities of our great country. More than 30 thousand volunteers will be active at the relay.

Hot links:

Follow and read more about the evolution of the Olympic Torch - http://bit.ly/19kzVRc.

10 Amazing Places the Olympics Torch has travelled in History - http://bit.ly/192Wx4N.

(PHOTO: Sochi 2014 Olympic Torch Relay)

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