Rome: What you’re missing out on as the Olympics open on Sunday: Olympic torch relay, sailing and the Great Ocean Road.
Olympic torch races and the sailing event.
The Great Ocean Route.
The sailing event, with its long lines, is expected to be one of the most popular.
Olympic Torch relay, which starts on Aug. 2, will be the main event on the opening day.
And the Great East India Company’s Great East Sea Route sailing competition, with boats from India and Sri Lanka, is the highlight.
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The race will start in front of a screen that will show the names of the ships competing and the race will continue until there is only one ship left, or until it’s broken up by other boats.
The boat that’s left after that will take the torch to the start line.
A new torch relay is scheduled to start on Aug 3.
The first race will be on Sept. 3, followed by the sailing race on Sept 8 and then the Great West Sea Route sail competition on Sept 11.
As usual, the sailing and torch races are expected to draw the largest crowds, with the Great Pacific Way sailing competition expected to attract some 5 million spectators.
The world’s largest sailing race, the Great Western Sea Route race, is also expected to sell out.
The most popular Olympic torch race is the Great North Sea Route (GWRS), which starts in Copenhagen, Denmark, and ends in the Norwegian capital, Oslo.
The race includes ships from Finland, the United Kingdom and Norway.
On the opening days, the race features a boat from the United States, a boat owned by the U.S. Navy, a yacht owned by an American company and a Japanese sailing ship.
On Aug. 3 and 4, there will be three races: the Great Sea Route and the East Asia Company’s sailing race in Copenhagen.
The races are scheduled to be streamed online and on the website of the International Olympic Committee.
The final two races will be held on Sept 7 and 8, with sailing and boat racing being streamed on Sept 14 and 15.
The U.K. will host the sailing events.
The second-biggest sailing race is held on Aug 6, in Singapore, with a boat for the U