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A one-stop shop for learning all about the YOG’s Culture and Education Programme

17 Jun 2013
YOG, Singapore 2010, Innsbruck 2012, Olympic News
Want to experience or re-live the first-ever Winter Youth Olympic Games (YOG) in Innsbruck last year or the first Summer Youth Olympic Games in Singapore in 2010?

Want to learn about the YOG’s Culture and Education Programme (CEP)? Want to know what makes up the YOG DNA? Then check out our latest playlist, which will show you all you need to know about the YOG and the CEP.

Through a compilation of short, fun and informative videos, we take you behind the scenes of the Games to show you what the YOG spirit is all about, and how young athletes, organisers, volunteers, spectators, athlete role models and YOG Ambassadors, such as Lindsey Vonn and Yuna Kim, experience the YOG.

Bringing young people together to make new friends, have fun both on and off the field of play and experience new cultures, the CEP takes YOG athletes and other young participants beyond sport and enables them to learn more about preventing sporting injuries, living by the Olympic values, balancing sport and education or eating like a champion. It seeks to turn every participant into ambassadors of Olympism.

YOG participants also get the opportunity to meet athlete role models who in turn seek to share their own dreams, experiences and challenges with these young people.

To discover the YOG DNA, learn and have fun with the CEP, and re-live Innsbruck 2012 and Singapore 2010, check out the playlist!


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