To celebrate the One Year to Go milestone to the rescheduled Olympic and Paralympic Games Tokyo Olympic, seven will broadcast two landmark Olympic 2020 Games specials that revisit all the magic moments of the Greatest Games Ever, Sydney 2000. The Opening Ceremony in Sydney was the show that stopped a nation, with more than 10 million metropolitan viewers tuning in on Seven.

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On Wednesday, July 29 just days after the one-year countdown to the Games – Australians can rediscover all the unforgettable moments and, for the first time, hear the inside secrets behind the night’s spectacular successes and near-disasters.

This once-in-a-lifetime special event, The Opening Ceremony of the Olympic 2020 Games Sydney 2000 Uncovered, features newly filmed interviews with the people who made that landmark night so special, including Headline acts Vanessa Amorosi, James Morrison, Human Nature, Adam Garcia, Djakapurra Munyarryun and Nikki Webster, whose spectacular performance at just 13 years of age wowed the world.

Stunning performances from John Farnham, Olivia Newton-John, Tina Arena and Julie Anthony Australian Olympic Flagbearer Andrew Gaze and the hometown hero who stole the whole show, Catherine Freeman

AND, just as importantly, the impressionable youngsters whose Olympic dream was born on that inspirational night: Tokyo Olympic medal contenders Cate Campbell, Bronte Campbell, Jess Fox, Mack Horton, Emma McKeon, and Ellia Green. Then on Wednesday, August 5, Seven will take fans back to the extraordinary two weeks of competition that followed in Sydney with a two-hour special on the Olympic Games Sydney 2000 Moments that Moved Us.

Hosted by Sunrise’s Mark Beretta, Seven’s Olympic Games experts led by Bruce McAvaney, Johanna Griggs, Mark Beretta, Dennis Cometti, Pat Welsh, Lord Sebastian Coe, Tamsyn Manou and Raelene Boyle have revisited the Games of the XXVII Olympiad and caught up with some of the athletes whose deeds captivated the nation.

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Silver medalists and fan favorites Tatiana Grigorieva and Ji Wallace International track and field Superstars Maurice Greene, Ato Boldon, and Michael Johnson. And who could forget the laughs Roy and HG delivered each night in Sydney with their unique take on the day’s events on The Dream?

You’ll hear stories that have never been told, see teammates reunited, and laugh and cry at moments that have become part of our national sporting fabric. And our Sydney heroes have some advice for those heading to Tokyo on how to make their dreams come true. The only place to watch Tokyo Olympic is the Home of the Olympics on Seven. The Games of the XXXII Olympiad are scheduled to run from July 23 to August 8 next year.

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