OPENING CEREMONY: Liberia during the 2016 Parade of Nations

The Parade of Nations is the most highly anticipated portion of the Opening Ceremony.  Typically, nations display outfits of their respective cultures.  For Rio 2016, many nations decided to go the casual route in simple pieces of blazers and slacks/shorts sets; similar to Liberia’s outfit choice in its first appearance at the 1956 Olympics in Melbourne.

The traditional full garb of Liberia made its appearance at the 1988 Olympics in Seoul and has remained true to this style even now in Rio.

Opening Ceremony Liberia

Coach Cooper and Matadi

Emmanuel Matadi and Mariam Kromah will compete on Saturday, August 13.  Until then, make sure to subscribe to the blog and follow us on social media: @libolympicblog

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