· A Catholic priest, Father Henri Didon, is credited with the motto, citius, altius, fortius. It shouldn’t surprise us, for he was influenced by the writing of Saint Paul which encourages us to compete well, fight the good fight, finish the race, and keep the faith to the end so that we can cross the finish line and merit a crown of victory.
· Citius, Altius, Fortius is an Olympic motto that mean faster, higher, stronger. There is hidden meaning of why and how to train. We should strive for getting stronger, faster and jump higher to get better. There is no fourth Latin word lenis. That’s the word for .
citius, altius, fortius. faster, higher, stronger (motto of the modern Olympic Games) acer et ad palmæ per se cursurus honores, si tamen horteris fortius ibit equus. the spirited horse, which will of itself strive to win the race, will run still more swiftly if encouraged (Ovid) bos lassus fortius figit pedem.
Study the picture of the sculpture “Citius, Altius, Fortius” that is located in the grounds of The Olympic Museum, Lausanne, Switzerland. This is clearly an abstract depiction of the Olympic motto. You are tasked with designing and building a sculpture or model of the Olympic motto that will be used in.
· Citius, Altius, Fortius – Communis is new Olympic motto. Tokyo: The Olympic motto was amended to “faster, higher, stronger – together” during the International Olympic Committee’s session here on Tuesday as the world waited for the pandemic-hit Tokyo Games to begin on July The word “together” after a hyphen has been added to.
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