Today 120 years ago, is the day of the first modern Olympic games. This event was held in Athena, Greece, with 9 different sports and 43 events in more than 10 days. As its name, Modern Olympic, it was not the first Olympic games ever. The very first Olympic games was held in around 776 BC in Olympia, Greece. However, this event was banned by Christian emperor, Theodosius I, in 393 or 394 A.D. because the content of paganism in the games. Then, far away in British, the idea of this games (sport matches) was adopted by a doctor in Wenlock city (130 miles from London), William Penny Brook. In 1850, he initiate the Wenlock Games to promote the moral, physical, and intellectual improvement of the inhabitants of the town and neighborhood of Wenlock. This goal could be reach by the encouragement of outdoor recreation and by the award of a prize. Wenlock Games is held annually and still continue until today. A Frenchman and historian, Baron de Coubertin visited this town in 1890 and feel inspired. Then, he founded the International Olympic Comittee (IOC) and worked to held the Modern Olympic Games every 4 years since 1890. Then, the Google doodle today is very unique to refresh our memory about this first modern Olympic games. This doodle is unusual, because it contain four different sports to enjoy. To see the different sport in this doodle, refresh your page and enjoy.