It's Bonfire Night and we wanted to join in the celebrations by looking back at firework displays from past Olympic Games. After much deliberation we have narrowed it down to just eight memorable Olympic firework displays.
The 1936 Winter Games is the earliest recording of fireworks being used in a Olympic Opening or Closing Ceremony. With the display being held at the top of the ski jump we can only imagine how spectatular it was.
The Opening Ceremony for the 1984 Summer Olympic Games is well known for Bill Suitor's rocket-powered entrance into the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, but their fireworks were just as memorable in our eyes.
For the Opening Ceremony the stadium turf was replaced with a giant ice rink, with performers wearing ice skates instead of normal shoes. However, the ice skating skills of the performers didn't distract from the mighty firework display.
Just look at those firework shapes. How could Nagano not be included in our list?
A fantastic firework display, which was followed by the London 2012 handover featuring none other David Beckham, Boris Johnson and a double decker bus. Who could want more at a Closing Ceremony?
The Olympics Games at the start of the millennium certainly made its mark, with 2.4 billion people tuning in to watch the Closing Ceremony worldwide.
Sochi 2014 saw Team GB equal its greatest Winter Olympics medal haul and the Games certainly started off with a bang!
We might be slightly biased, but London 2012 has topped our list. It's the most spectacular fireworks display at an Olympics Games so far. We wonder what Rio 2016 can bring...
If you know of any Olympic firework displays that should have made our list, put your suggestions in the comments below or tweet us @teamgb.