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    Olympic values with legendary Olympians Seb Coe & Ian Millar

    One is a double Olympic champion, has successfully bid for and delivered an edition of the Games and now serves as President of the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF), while the other is known as “Captain Canada” and competed at a world-record 10 Olympic Games. There are perhaps no two better qualified people to discuss the role Olympism plays in modern society than Sebastian Coe and Ian Millar. 
    20 May 2019 | Olympic News, Athletics, Equestrian
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    Olympic Winter Games Mascots from Grenoble 1968 to PyeongChang 2018

    Inspired by people, animals and even creatures of myth and legend, the mascots are an integral part of the Olympic celebrations. From Shuss, a little man on skis who accompanied the 1968 Winter Games in Grenoble, to Soohorang the white tiger of PyeongChang in 2018, discover these characters which are also part of the history of the Games.
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    Olympic Summer Games Mascots from Munich 1972 to Tokyo 2020

    Inspired by people, animals and even creatures of myth and legend, the mascots are an integral part of the Olympic celebrations. From Waldi, the dachshund who accompanied the 1972 Games in Munich, to the mascots that will represent the Games in Tokyo 2020, discover these characters which are also part of the history of the Games.
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    Olympic Winter Games Mascots from Grenoble 1968 to PyeongChang 2018

    Inspired by people, animals and even creatures of myth and legend, the mascots are an integral part of the Olympic celebrations. From Shuss, a little man on skis who accompanied the 1968 Winter Games in Grenoble, to Soohorang the white tiger of PyeongChang in 2018, discover these characters which are also part of the history of the Games.
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    Youth Olympic Games Mascots from Singapore 2010 to Buenos Aires 2018

    Inspired by people, animals and even creatures of myth and legend, the mascots are an integral part of the Olympic celebrations. The Youth Olympic Games (YOG) also have their own mascots, which, from the lion to the lynx, showcase imagination and artistic creativity, giving a personal and characteristic touch to each edition of the YOG.
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    Youth Olympic Games Mascots from Singapore 2010 to Lausanne 2020.

    Inspired by people, animals and even creatures of myth and legend, the mascots are an integral part of the Olympic celebrations. The Youth Olympic Games (YOG) also have their own mascots, which, from the lion to the lynx, showcase imagination and artistic creativity, giving a personal and characteristic touch to each edition of the YOG.
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