The 1912 Olympic Games in Stockholm marked the fifth edition of the modern Olympics. Stockholm became the first city outside of Western Europe to host the games. The event showcased the continued growth and internationalization of the Olympic movement. The 1912 Olympics featured various sports, including athletics, gymnastics, swimming, rowing, wrestling, and more. It introduced several notable developments, such as the use of electronic timing devices and a dedicated Olympic Stadium. The games were known for their excellent organization, attention to detail, and sportsmanship. It attracted athletes from various countries and set new standards for fair play and camaraderie in the Olympic spirit.