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Koreas Won't March Consecutively

A day after International Olympic Committee President Jacques Rogge announced that North and South Korea would march in the Opening Ceremonies consecutively--rather than together as in Athens in 2004 and Sydney in 2000--organizers announced another change.

Instead of marching immediately behind North Korea, South Korea will march four positions later, between Montenegro and Chile, Summer Games officials said about 2 hours before the Ceremonies.

Rogge expressed disappointment Thursday that the two nations would not march under one flag, calling it a setback for peace. No explanation was offered for the additional change Friday.

By Amy Shipley  |  August 8, 2008; 5:41 AM ET
Categories:  Opening Ceremonies  
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