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    Kim Jangmi’s journey to London 2012 via Singapore 2010


    A gold medallist in the 10m air pistol at the 2010 Youth Olympic Games in Singapore at the age of 17, the Republic of Korea’s Kim Jang-Mi kicked on in the best possible style by winning the 25m title ...

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    YOG athlete Jessica Fox returns to the Youth Olympic Games…as a Young Ambassador!


    The daughter of two giants of the world of canoe slalom, Myriam Jerusalmi (FRA) and Richard Fox (GBR), Jessica Fox began her Olympic journey with a win in the K-1 class at the Singapore Youth Olympic ...

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    Nanjing 2014 Young Ambassadors in Action


    If you listen carefully you can probably hear a distant beat as the Young Ambassadors rock the YOG around the world! With just one month to go until the Nanjing 2014 Youth Olympic Games, the 104 inspi...

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    Sam Oldham, a British gymnastics hero


    A gold medallist in the horizontal bar at the 2010 Youth Olympic Games, gymnast Sam Oldham was part of the Great Britain squad that landed a historic team all-around bronze two years later at London 2...

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    Rocking the YOG – global acts to perform at Nanjing 2014


    In true YOG style, Worldwide Olympic Partners have cranked up the music level a notch or two with their music star guest-list for this summer’s Youth Olympic Games (YOG), which take place in Nanjing n...

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    The only way is up! Sport climbing comes to Nanjing 2014


    As part of the exciting new Nanjing 2014 Sports Lab initiative, this summer YOG fans, athletes and spectators will all have the chance to experience the dizzying heights of sport climbing at the Youth...

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    Jade Jones - from Singapore 2010 to London 2012


    After winning the first gold medal for Team GB at the 2010 Youth Olympic Games, two years later Jade Jones was crowned her country’s first ever Olympic taekwondo champion at London 2012. Setting the s...

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    Diary of a Young Reporter, By Kimiya Shokoohi


    Ahead of Nanjing 2014, a Young Reporter graduate (Singapore 2010) talks about her experience and what happened next. You don't quite get it at first. The immensity of the opportunity. This is a big-t...

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    Breakfast with Chad le Champ!


    It is said that breakfast is the most important meal of the day! Check out what fuels Olympic Champion Chad le Clos to get him through his long days of training and competition. In this exclusive cl...

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    IOC provides hope and opportunity to youth in South Sudan


    In keeping with the International Olympic Committee (IOC)’s continued support of the athletes and fledgling sports movement of South Sudan, the IOC Executive Board today agreed to provide an additiona...