The Olympics motto is Citius, Altius, Fortius which in Latin means Faster, Higher, Stronger. This motto was given by Pierre de Coubertin, the Founder of the International Olympic Committee way back in 1894. It was introuced in the Paris Olympics of 1924. The motto summarises the objective of the Olympics- certainly of the track and field events. In recent days we saw two feats which epitomise the Olympics motto.