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    Nanjing 2014

    The official report of the 2nd Youth Olympic Games is composed of one volume, published in English and available in electronic form only. The Nanjing Youth Olympic Games Organising Committee (NYOCOG) has also published a Chinese version, available in print only.
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    Innsbruck 2012

    Entitled “Be part of it!” the official report of the Innsbruck 2012 Winter Youth Olympic Games was published in French and English.
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    The Olympic Winter Games

    Key facts and figures from every edition of the Olympic Winter Games, from Chamonix 1924 to Sochi 2014.
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    The Olympic Winter Games

    Key facts and figures from every edition of the Olympic Winter Games, from Chamonix 1924 to Sochi 2014.
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    Roles and Responsibilities during the Olympic Games

    The International Olympic Committee (IOC), the National Olympic Committees (NOCs), the International Federations (IFs) and the Organising Committees for the Olympic Games (OCOGs) are the Olympic Movement bodies which contribute to the success of the Games. This document explains the responsibilities of each of them.
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    The Modern Olympic Games

    This document gives a simple and didactic explanation about how one of the greatest contemporary sports events has developed. It shows the similarities and differences between the modern and ancient Olympic Games, using the example of the sports programme, which has expanded over time.
  • Document

    The Modern Olympic Games

    This document gives a simple and didactic explanation about how one of the greatest contemporary sports events has developed. It shows the similarities and differences between the modern and ancient Olympic Games, using the example of the sports programme, which has expanded over time.
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    The Olympic Games of Antiquity

    From the athletes who made their names at the ancient Games to the sports practised at the time, this document retraces the origins of the Olympic Games, between history and mythology.
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    The Olympic Games of Antiquity

    From the athletes who made their names at the ancient Games to the sports practised at the time, this document retraces the origins of the Olympic Games, between history and mythology.
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