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Travel The Olympic Parade of Nations Follows the Japanese Alphabet - Here's When Teams Arrive

03:46  24 july  2021
03:46  24 july  2021 Source:   popsugar.com

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The Tokyo Olympics are officially underway! While the opening ceremony has already taken place - Japan is 13 hours ahead of the East Coast of the United States - the festivities will be aired again in primetime this evening, starting at 7:30 p.m. ET on NBC. Those just tuning in will be treated to a Parade of Nations consisting of 205 teams, as they promenade through Tokyo's Olympic Stadium behind their country's flag.

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This year's Parade of Nations follows the traditional procession order, with Greece leading the pack and most of the other countries arriving in alphabetical order, according to the host nation's language. The only exceptions are the Refugee Olympic Team, who were bumped to the second slot for the Tokyo Olympics, and the future and current hosts of the Summer Olympics - the United States, France, and Japan - who arrive last.

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So, when can you expect to cheer on your team? Here's a complete list of the 205 teams participating in this year's Parade of Nations, in the order they appear.

Greece

Refugee Olympic Team

Iceland

Ireland

Azerbaijan

Afghanistan

American Samoa

Virgin Islands

United Arab Emirates

Algeria

Argentina

Aruba

Albania

Armenia

Angola

Antigua and Barbuda

Andorra

Yemen

Great Britain

British Virgin Islands

Israel

Italy

Iraq

Iran

India

Indonesia

Uganda

Ukraine

Uzbekistan

Uruguay

Ecuador

Egypt

Estonia

Eswatini

Ethiopia

Eritrea

El Salvador

Australia

Austria

Oman

Netherlands

Ghana

Cape Verde

Guyana

Kazakhstan

Qatar

Canada

Gabon

Cameroon

The Gambia

Cambodia

North Macedonia

Guinea

Guinea-Bissau

Cyprus

Cuba

Kiribati

Kyrgyzstan

Guatemala

Guam

Kuwait

Cook Islands

Grenada

Croatia

Cayman Islands

Kenya

Ivory Coast

Costa Rica

Kosovo

Comoros

Colombia

Republic of the Congo

Democratic Republic of the Congo

Saudi Arabia

Samoa

São Tomé and Príncipe

Zambia

San Marino

Sierra Leone

Djibouti

Jamaica

Georgia

Syria

Singapore

Zimbabwe

Switzerland

Sweden

Sudan

Spain

Suriname

Sri Lanka

Slovakia

Slovenia

Seychelles

Equatorial Guinea

Senegal

Serbia

Saint Kitts and Nevis

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

Saint Lucia

Somalia

Solomon Islands

Thailand

South Korea

Chinese Taipei

Tajikistan

Tanzania

Czech Republic

Chad

Central African Republic

China

Tunisia

Chile

Tuvalu

Denmark

Germany

Togo

Dominica

Dominican Republic

Trinidad and Tobago

Turkmenistan

Turkey

Tonga

Nigeria

Nauru

Namibia

Nicaragua

Niger

New Zealand

Nepal

Norway

Bahrain

Haiti

Pakistan

Panama

Vanuatu

Bahamas

Papua New Guinea

Bermuda

Palau

Paraguay

Barbados

Palestine

Hungary

Bangladesh

East Timor

Bhutan

Fiji

Philippines

Finland

Puerto Rico

Brazil

Bulgaria

Burkina Faso

Brunei

Burundi

Vietnam

Benin

Venezuela

Belarus

Belize

Peru

Belgium

Poland

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Botswana

Bolivia

Portugal

Hong Kong

Honduras

Marshall Islands

Madagascar

Malawi

Mali

Malta

Malaysia

Federated States of Micronesia

South Africa

South Sudan

Myanmar

Mexico

Mauritius

Mauritania

Mozambique

Monaco

Maldives

Moldova

Morocco

Mongolia

Montenegro

Jordan

Laos

Latvia

Lithuania

Libya

Liechtenstein

Liberia

Romania

Luxembourg

Rwanda

Lesotho

Lebanon

United States

France

Japan

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