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  • News | YOG

    Gangwon 2024's vision: Korea's youth together for a peaceful and better future

    During the first meeting held between the International Olympic Committee (IOC)'s Coordination Commission and Gangwon 2024, the Korean hosts of the 4th Winter Youth Olympic Games (YOG) today announced their powerful vision, which will provide the foundation for all their activities for the years to come: "Gangwon 2024 – youth celebrating peaceful coexistence and unity through sport to create a better future together."
    31 Mar 2021 | Olympic News, YOG, Press Release, IOC News
  • News | Olympic News

    Rachel May: “Combating inequality by creating a safe and empowering environment”

    In the latest article in our series on gender equality, we speak to IOC Young Leader Rachel May about her ambitious project to enable more of her fellow Scots to make the most of the country’s outstanding landscapes and improve physical and mental health.
    09 Mar 2021 | Olympic News, IOC News, Sponsors, Panasonic, Women in Sport
  • News | YOG

    Snowboarder Langland looking for “redemption” in Beijing

    US snowboarder Hailey Langland tells olympic.org how she has learnt from her previous Olympic experiences in Lillehammer and PyeongChang, and how those are driving her on her journey to Beijing 2022.
    03 Mar 2021 | Olympic News, YOG, Beijing 2022, Snowboard, United States of America
  • News | YOG

    Winter YOG Gangwon 2024 sport and event programme promises high-level competition for more athletes

    The Executive Board (EB) of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) today approved the event programme and athlete quotas for the Winter Youth Olympic Games (YOG) Gangwon 2024, which will offer more young elite athletes than ever access to the Winter YOG environment, ensure a high-performance pathway for the participants, and achieve full gender equality.
    24 Feb 2021 | Olympic News, YOG, IOC News
  • News | Beijing 2022

    Confident Voetter and Italian team-mates out to break Germany’s luge dominance

    Since its introduction at Sochi 2014, the mixed team relay luge has become one of the Olympic Winter Games’ most spectator friendly sliding sports. Andrea Voetter’s raw power has helped her become a key part of a young Italian group gunning for gold at Beijing 2022 – and aiming to end Germany’s dominance of the sport.
    23 Feb 2021 | Olympic News, Luge, Italy, Beijing 2022
  • News | YOG

    Five Years On: The legacies of Lillehammer 2016

    Five years ago, the Winter Youth Olympic Games (YOG) Lillehammer 2016 thrilled thousands of fans and helped launch the careers of many young athletes. Here, olympic.org looks at the lasting and widespread impact of the event…
    22 Feb 2021 | Olympic News, YOG, Lillehammer 2016
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