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Experience the thrill of the Olympics with our "Popular Themes" collection of Jigsaw Puzzles. Immerse yourself in the world of international sports as you piece together stunning images of iconic Olympic moments. Each puzzle features high-quality, vibrant prints that bring the energy and excitement of the games right to your living room. With a variety of difficulty levels, these puzzles offer a fun and engaging activity for individuals or families. Gather around the table and connect with friends and family as you work together to complete a puzzle representing your favorite Olympic sport or athlete. Create lasting memories and celebrate the spirit of the Olympics with our "Popular Themes" collection of Jigsaw Puzzles.

The Olympics is a global sporting event that brings together athletes from various countries to compete in different sports

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Background imageOlympics Jigsaw Puzzle Collection: OLYMPIC GAMES, 1968. American runners Tommie Smith (center) and John Carlos (right)

OLYMPIC GAMES, 1968. American runners Tommie Smith (center) and John Carlos (right) showing the Black Power salute during the medal ceremonies at the Olympic Games in Mexico City

Background imageOlympics Jigsaw Puzzle Collection: Steve Prefontaine leads the Mens 5000m at the 1972 Munich Olympics

Steve Prefontaine leads the Mens 5000m at the 1972 Munich Olympics
Athletics - 1972 Munich Olympics - Mens 5000m Final USAs Steve Prefontaine (1005) leads with Great Britains Ian Stewart (309) behind in the Olympiastadion, Munich, West Germany

Background imageOlympics Jigsaw Puzzle Collection: The USAs Dave Wottle wins the 800m final at the 1972 Munich Olympics

The USAs Dave Wottle wins the 800m final at the 1972 Munich Olympics
Athletics - 1972 Munich Olympics - Mens 800m Final The USAs Dave Wottle wins the gold medal despite the despairing dive of the USSRs Yevhen Arzhanov

Background imageOlympics Jigsaw Puzzle Collection: Frank Shorter - 1972 Olympic Marathon Champion

Frank Shorter - 1972 Olympic Marathon Champion
Athletics - 1972 Munich Olympics - Marathon The USAs Frank Shorter runs into the Olympiastadion, Munich, West Germany, on the way to winning the gold medal

Background imageOlympics Jigsaw Puzzle Collection: 1972 Munich Olympics - Mens 5000m Final

1972 Munich Olympics - Mens 5000m Final
Athletics - 1972 Munich Olympics - Mens 5000m Final From right to left in the Olympiastadion, Munich, West Germany: Great Britains Ian McCafferty (#300) and Ian Stewart (#309)

Background imageOlympics Jigsaw Puzzle Collection: Olga Korbut in tears at the 1972 Munich Olympics

Olga Korbut in tears at the 1972 Munich Olympics
Gymnastics - 1972 Munich Olympics - Womens Individual All-Around Final An emotional Olga Korbut of the Sovviet Union after a disastrous uneven bars routine cost her a medal in the individual

Background imageOlympics Jigsaw Puzzle Collection: Olga Korbut - 1972 Munich Olympics - Womens Gymnastics

Olga Korbut - 1972 Munich Olympics - Womens Gymnastics
Gymnastics - 1972 Munich Olympics - Womens Uneven Bars The USSRs Olga Korbut on the way to winning the silver medal in the uneven bars in the Sports Hall, Olympic Park, Munich, West Germany

Background imageOlympics Jigsaw Puzzle Collection: 1972 Olympic Pentathlon Champion Mary Peters

1972 Olympic Pentathlon Champion Mary Peters
Athletics - 1972 Munich Olympics - Womens Pentathlon Medal Presentation Great Britains gold medal winner Mary Peters on the podium in the Olympiastadion, Munich, West Germany

Background imageOlympics Jigsaw Puzzle Collection: Donie Walsh - 1972 Munich Olympics - Mens Marathon

Donie Walsh - 1972 Munich Olympics - Mens Marathon
Athletics - 1972 Munich Olympics - Mens Marathon Irelands Donie Walsh after finishing the race 47th place in the Olympiastadion, Munich, West Germany

Background imageOlympics Jigsaw Puzzle Collection: David Hemery and Alan Pascoe in 1969

David Hemery and Alan Pascoe in 1969
Athletics - 1969 Inter-Counties Athletics Championships - Mens 400m Hurdles David Hemery (left) and Alan Pascoe in action at Crystal Palace

Background imageOlympics Jigsaw Puzzle Collection: Mary Peters - 1972 Olympic Pentathlon Champion

Mary Peters - 1972 Olympic Pentathlon Champion
Athletics - 1972 Munich Olympics - Womens Pentathlon Medal Presentation Great Britains gold medal winner Mary Peters on the podium in the Olympiastadion, Munich, West Germany

Background imageOlympics Jigsaw Puzzle Collection: Brian Jacks

Brian Jacks
World Champion for the arm dips, Brian Jacks gives a demonstration. Jacks was a British judoka who won Britains first medal at a world championship, taking a bronze in Salt Lake City in 1967

Background imageOlympics Jigsaw Puzzle Collection: Ralph Evans - 1972 Munich Olympics

Ralph Evans - 1972 Munich Olympics
Boxing - 1972 Olympic Mens Light-Flyweight Quarter-Finals - Ralph Evans vs. Chanyalew Haile Great Britains Ralph Evans (right) takes on Ethiopias Chanyalew Haile

Background imageOlympics Jigsaw Puzzle Collection: 1972 Munich Olympics - Mens 50km Walk

1972 Munich Olympics - Mens 50km Walk
Athletics - Munich Olympics 1972 - Mens 50km Walk Howard Timms of Great Britain in the Olympiastadion, Munich, West Germany. Timms finished 25th

Background imageOlympics Jigsaw Puzzle Collection: 1972 Munich Olympics - Mens 100m

1972 Munich Olympics - Mens 100m
Athletics - 1972 Munich Olympics - Mens 100m Round One Heat Six The USAs Reynaud Rey Robinson on the way to winning his heat in the Olympiastadion, Munich, West Germany

Background imageOlympics Jigsaw Puzzle Collection: 1972 Munich Olympics - Mens 100m

1972 Munich Olympics - Mens 100m
Athletics - 1972 Munich Olympics - Mens 100m Round One Heat Eleven The USAs Eddie Hart (with his number upside down) on the way to winning his heat in the Olympiastadion, Munich, West Germany

Background imageOlympics Jigsaw Puzzle Collection: 1972 Munich Olympics - Mens 100m

1972 Munich Olympics - Mens 100m
Athletics - 1972 Munich Olympics - Mens 100m Round One Heat Eleven The USAs Eddie Hart (with his number upside down) on the way to winning his heat in the Olympiastadion, Munich, West Germany

Background imageOlympics Jigsaw Puzzle Collection: OLYMPICS: WRESTLING, 1972. Dan Gable of the USA wrestling Kikuo Wada of Japan during the Summer

OLYMPICS: WRESTLING, 1972. Dan Gable of the USA wrestling Kikuo Wada of Japan during the Summer Olympics in Munich, Germany. Photograph, 1972

Background imageOlympics Jigsaw Puzzle Collection: Ricoh Arena Stadium - Wasps Rugby Union

Ricoh Arena Stadium - Wasps Rugby Union
The Ricoh Arena in Coventry, England, is a complex which includes a 32, 609-seater stadium, used by Wasps rugby union club, a 6, 000 square metres (65, 000 sq ft) exhibition hall

Background imageOlympics Jigsaw Puzzle Collection: Second floodlit match at Highbury Stadium

Second floodlit match at Highbury Stadium
Arsenal v Glasgow Rangers 17th October 1951. (The First floodlight match at Highbury was Arsenal v Hapoel Tel Aviv on 19th September 1951). Credit: Arsenal Football Club

Background imageOlympics Jigsaw Puzzle Collection: EyeUbiquitous_20107899

EyeUbiquitous_20107899
England, London, Stratford, Olympic games closing ceremony

Background imageOlympics Jigsaw Puzzle Collection: Olympic 400m race finish 1924, Eric Liddell

Olympic 400m race finish 1924, Eric Liddell
End of the 400 metres final at the 1924 Paris Olympics, showing Scot, Eric Liddell, crossing the finish line first. Liddell was made famous in the film, Chariots of Fire. Date: 1924

Background imageOlympics Jigsaw Puzzle Collection: Sebastian Coe leads Steve Cram and Steve Ovett in the 1500m Final at the 1984 Summer Olympics in LA

Sebastian Coe leads Steve Cram and Steve Ovett in the 1500m Final at the 1984 Summer Olympics in LA
Athletics - 1984 Los Angeles Olympics - 1500m Final The three Great Britain athletes (left to right) Steve Ovett, Steve Cram

Background imageOlympics Jigsaw Puzzle Collection: 1988 Seoul Olympics: Mens 100m Final

1988 Seoul Olympics: Mens 100m Final
Athletics - 1988 Seoul Olympics - Mens 100m Final Canadas Ben Johnson (#6) raises his hand as he easily wins the race from the chasing pack

Background imageOlympics Jigsaw Puzzle Collection: Nadia Comaneci at the 1976 Montreal Olympics

Nadia Comaneci at the 1976 Montreal Olympics
Gymnastics - 1976 Montreal Olympics - Womens Balance Beam Romanias Nadia Comaneci on the way to winning gold in the balance beam in the Montreal Forum, Quebec, Canada

Background imageOlympics Jigsaw Puzzle Collection: Franz Klammer at the 1976 Innsbruck Winter Olympics

Franz Klammer at the 1976 Innsbruck Winter Olympics
Skiing - 1976 Innsbruck Winter Olympics - Mens Downhill Gold Medal winner Franz Klammer of Austria at Patscherkofel, Igls

Background imageOlympics Jigsaw Puzzle Collection: Coe, Cram and Ovett race for Great Britain in the 1980 Olympic 1500m Final

Coe, Cram and Ovett race for Great Britain in the 1980 Olympic 1500m Final
Athletics - 1980 Moscow Olympics - Mens 1500 metres Final Jurgen Straub (338) of East Germany leads from Great Britains Steve Ovett (279), Sebastian Coe (254), and Steve Cram

Background imageOlympics Jigsaw Puzzle Collection: Daley Thompson wins the decathlon 100m at the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics

Daley Thompson wins the decathlon 100m at the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics
Athletics - 1984 Los Angeles Olympics - Mens Decathlon Day 1 Great Britains Daley Thompson in the 100m event in the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, California, USA. He won in 10.44s

Background imageOlympics Jigsaw Puzzle Collection: Graeme Souness lifts the 1984 European Cup

Graeme Souness lifts the 1984 European Cup
Liverpool captain Graeme Souness lifts the European Cup trophy. Liverpool 1 Roma 1 (liv. won 4-2 on penalties a.e.t.) 1982 European Cup Final, Olympic Stadium

Background imageOlympics Jigsaw Puzzle Collection: Harold Abrahams wins 100m - 1924 Olympics

Harold Abrahams wins 100m - 1924 Olympics
Harold Maurice Abrahams, CBE, ) - a British athlete of Jewish origin. He was champion in the 100 metres sprint at the 1924 Olympics in Paris (July 7th)

Background imageOlympics Jigsaw Puzzle Collection: Seb Coe & Steve Ovett at the 1984 Olympics

Seb Coe & Steve Ovett at the 1984 Olympics
Sebastien Coe (left) and Steve Ovett - both Great Britain. Ovett would finish 8th and last, suffering from respiratory problems, while Coe took the silver

Background imageOlympics Jigsaw Puzzle Collection: Lasse Viren completes the 5000m / 10000m double at the 1972 Munich Olympics

Lasse Viren completes the 5000m / 10000m double at the 1972 Munich Olympics
Athletics - 1972 Munich Olympics - Mens 5000m Final Finlands Lasse Viren celebrates winning the gold medal in a new Olympic Record of 13:26.42

Background imageOlympics Jigsaw Puzzle Collection: RMS Olympic

RMS Olympic, 1911 Date: 1911

Background imageOlympics Jigsaw Puzzle Collection: Seb Coe and Steve Cram on the home straight in the 1984 1500m Olympic final

Seb Coe and Steve Cram on the home straight in the 1984 1500m Olympic final
Athletics - 1984 Los Angeles Olympics - 1500m Final Sebastian Coe (#359) and Steve Cram, running for Great Britain, enter the final straight in the Memorial Coliseum, California

Background imageOlympics Jigsaw Puzzle Collection: Olga Korbut at the 1976 Montreal Olympics

Olga Korbut at the 1976 Montreal Olympics
Gymnastics - 1976 Montreal Olympics - Womens Balance Beam USSRs Olga Korbut (USSR) on the way to winning the silver medal in the balance beam

Background imageOlympics Jigsaw Puzzle Collection: Daley Thompson - 1988 Seoul Olympics

Daley Thompson - 1988 Seoul Olympics
Athletics - 1988 Seoul Olympics - Mens Decathlon Day 1 Great Britains Daley Thompson in the blocks for the 400m in the Seoul Olympic Stadium, South Korea

Background imageOlympics Jigsaw Puzzle Collection: RMS Olympic BL24990_002

RMS Olympic BL24990_002
RMS OLYMPIC, White Star Line. First class companion, A deck. Interior view of the stairway to first class entrance on boat deck

Background imageOlympics Jigsaw Puzzle Collection: Berlin Olympic Games - Jesse Owens in the Long Jump

Berlin Olympic Games - Jesse Owens in the Long Jump
Berlin Olympic Games - Jesse Owens (1913-1980) in the Long Jump, producing his gold medal-winning leap of 26 ft 5 in (one of four golds he won at this games). Date: 1936

Background imageOlympics Jigsaw Puzzle Collection: The RMS Olympic - White Star Line

The RMS Olympic - White Star Line - sister ship of the ill-fated RMS Titanic. Many postcards have the incorrect ship depicted as the two were very similar

Background imageOlympics Jigsaw Puzzle Collection: Seb Coe and Steve Cram enter the home straight in the 1500m final at the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics

Seb Coe and Steve Cram enter the home straight in the 1500m final at the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics
Athletics - 1984 Los Angeles Olympics - 1500m Final Sebastian Coe (#359) and Steve Cram, running for Great Britain, enter the final straight in the Memorial Coliseum, California

Background imageOlympics Jigsaw Puzzle Collection: 1948 Olympics in London

1948 Olympics in London
Olympics Games 1948, London Wembley Stadium 29/07/1948. Opening Ceremony Lighting the Flame. Credit: Colorsport / the Barrett Collection

Background imageOlympics Jigsaw Puzzle Collection: The 1924 Summer Olympics in Paris, 1924. Creator: Orsi (1889-1947)

The 1924 Summer Olympics in Paris, 1924. Creator: Orsi (1889-1947)
The 1924 Summer Olympics in Paris, 1924. Private Collection

Background imageOlympics Jigsaw Puzzle Collection: RMS Olympic EPW041070

RMS Olympic EPW041070
The RMS Olympic in White Star dock 44, Southampton. Photographed in April 1933 by Aerofilms Ltd

Background imageOlympics Jigsaw Puzzle Collection: The Soviet Unions Aleksandr Karelin on the way to winning his first gold medal at the 1988 Seoul

The Soviet Unions Aleksandr Karelin on the way to winning his first gold medal at the 1988 Seoul Olympics
Wrestling - 1988 Seoul Olympics - Mens Super-Heavyweight (130kg) Greco-Roman Final The Soviet Unions Aleksandr Karelin (red) on the way to defeating Bulgarias Rangel Gerovski (blue)

Background imageOlympics Jigsaw Puzzle Collection: Great Britains Coxless four rowers on the way to gold at the Sydney Olympics

Great Britains Coxless four rowers on the way to gold at the Sydney Olympics
Great Britains Coxless 4 Rowing team (l-r Matthew Pinsent, Tim Foster, Steve Redgrave and James Cracknell) cruise to victory in their semi-final

Background imageOlympics Jigsaw Puzzle Collection: Trevor Francis heads the winning goal into the roof of the net, 1979 European Cup Final

Trevor Francis heads the winning goal into the roof of the net, 1979 European Cup Final
Football Trevor Francis heads the winning goal for Nottingham Forest. Nottingham Forest 1 Malmo 0 1979 European Cup Final, Olympic Stadium, Munich. 30/05/1979 Credit: Colorsport / Andrew Cowie

Background imageOlympics Jigsaw Puzzle Collection: Oceanic House, the White Star Line shipping company BL21285

Oceanic House, the White Star Line shipping company BL21285
OCEANIC HOUSE, Cockspur Street, London. The London office of the White Star Line shipping company decorated for George V coronation (22nd June 1911)

Background imageOlympics Jigsaw Puzzle Collection: OLYMPICS / 1948 / 10, 000 MET

OLYMPICS / 1948 / 10, 000 MET
Emil Zatopek (Czech) sets the 10, 000 metre record



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Olympics Jigsaw Puzzle Collection

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