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  • Mexico 1968 | Summer Games

    Mexico 1968

    12 Oct - 27 Oct | 5516 | 112 | 172
  • Document

    Mexico 1968

    Entitled “Mexico 68”, the official report published in 1969 set a new record at more than 2,300 pages. It consisted of four main volumes (The land; The Organization; The Games; The Cultural Olympiad) plus a set of various memorabilia: medals, tickets and postcards. This “fifth volume” is not widely known. The official report was published in four languages, in the form of two bilingual editions, French and English, and Spanish and German.
  • Grenoble 1968 | Winter Games

    Grenoble 1968

    06 Feb - 18 Feb | 1158 | 37 | 35
  • News | Los Angeles 1984

    Lacoste unveils Los Angeles 1984 Olympic Heritage collection

    Lacoste has launched its Olympic Heritage clothing and accessories line celebrating the Olympic Games Los Angeles 1984, the third in a collection that forms part of a licensing agreement with the International Olympic Committee. 
    08 May 2019 | Olympic News, Los Angeles 1984
  • News | Munich 1972

    Snapped: Mark Spitz on his remarkable seven-in-seven at Munich 1972

    Tall, dark, goggle-less and, most crucially of all, moustached, Mark Spitz is one of the most instantly recognisable Olympic athletes of all time. At the Munich 1972 Games the swimmer won seven gold medals in a scarcely believable seven world-record times. According to the man himself, his legendary performances were not wholly unexpected, goggles are over-rated, and the moustache was key. 
    07 Feb 2019 | Olympic News, Swimming, Munich 1972, SPITZ, Mark
  • Document

    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.
  • Document

    Sports Pictograms of the Olympic Winter Games from Grenoble 1968 to PyeongChang

    Essential for guiding visitors and used in many communication formats, the sports pictograms receive considerable attention also owing to their aesthetic qualities. For each edition of the Winter Games since Grenoble 1968, this document presents the sports pictograms through visuals and information on the graphic designers and the creative concept.
  • Document

    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.
  • Document

    Sports Pictograms of the Olympic Winter Games from Grenoble 1968 to PyeongChang

    Essential for guiding visitors and used in many communication formats, the sports pictograms receive considerable attention also owing to their aesthetic qualities. For each edition of the Winter Games since Grenoble 1968, this document presents the sports pictograms through visuals and information on the graphic designers and the creative concept.
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