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Jul 9, 2022

[Answer] Which Olympic Games had the largest attendance?

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...1. Beijing, China 2. Atlanta, United States 3. London, United Kingdom 4. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Atlanta, United States - The excitement of the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta, Georgia — dubbed the “Centennial Olympics” to celebrate 100 years of the modern Olympics — drew spectators in staggering numbers. According to Guinness World Records, 8.3 million tickets were sold, which is still the largest attendance at an Olympic Games in history. Every day of the two-week event was attended by upwards of a half million fans. Since the 1996 Atlanta games, the last five summer Olympics have drawn respectable crowds as well, but none beat the Peach State. According to Statista, 6.2 million million tickets were sold for 2016’s Rio de Janeiro games, 8.2 million for 2012’s London games, 6.5 million for 2008’s Beijing games, 3.6 million for 2004’s Athens games, and 6.7 million tickets for 2000’s Sydney games. :

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