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Google commemorated fourth day of Winter Olympics with animated cartoon animals based doodle
On the fourth day of the 2018 Winter Olympics, internet search engine and technology giant Google has put up a dynamic doodle with an elephant, a cat, a penguin, a tortoise, etc. racing on boards down the slope of snow. Tortoise has been shown winning the event.

Google is going to put up a series of 17 commemorative animated doodles marking the event. The series are going to be animal cartoons based with their participation in the events of the Winter Olympics.

For the games are being held in Pyeongchang in South Korea, the opening ceremony took place at on February 9, and the games will officially close on February 25.

From India, Shiva Keshavan and Jagdish Singh are participating in the games. Unfortunately, right from the country's debut at the 1964 Games, no Indian player has been able to get a Winter Games medal.

"The games feature 102 events in fifteen sports disciplines, including the addition of big air snowboarding, mass start speed skating, mixed doubles curling, and mixed team alpine skiing to the Winter Olympic programme. A total of 2,952 athletes from 92 National Olympic Committees are slated to compete, including the debut of Ecuador, Eritrea, Kosovo, Malaysia, Nigeria and Singapore," informed Wikipedia before the start of the games.

The main Olympic events are being held in Pyeongchang, however, the ice events have been scheduled in the neighbouring city of Gangneung located in Jeongseon county.

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