1976 Summer Olympics national flag bearers

1976 Summer Olympics national flag bearers

During the Parade of Nations section of the 1972 Summer Olympics opening ceremony, . 1912 · 1920 · 1924 · 1928 · 1932 · 1936 · 1948 · 1952 · 1956 · 1960 · 1964 · 1976 · 1980 · 1984 · 1988 · 1992 · 1996 · 2000 · 2004 ·.
During the Parade of Nations portion of the 1984 Summer Olympics opening ceremony, Alejandro Abascal in the Flying Dutchman; middle-distance runner and 1976 Olympic champion John Walker; dressage rider Christine Stückelberger.
Team USA swimming medalist and national flag bearer USA Gary Hall leads team during Parade of Opening Ceremonies, 1976 Summer Olympics 1 picture.

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Already have an account? Jit Bahadur Khatri Chhetri. Please enter your email below, and we'll resend the instructions for email verification. Thirteen countries, namely Afghanistan , Angola , Bulgaria , Cuba , Czechoslovakia , Ethiopia , German Democratic Republic , Hungary , Laos , Mongolia , Democratic People's Republic of Korea , Poland , and Vietnam , joined the Soviet Union on a boycott of these Games, in retaliation for the U. The Parade of Nations was organized in French, the main language of Quebec province of Canada.