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Commonwealth Youth Games Manual

Read more...Commonwealth Youth Games Team Leader's Manual has been posted on our website.

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Eleven cities seek Inaugural Summer Youth Olympic Games

In July of this year the International Olympic Committee, the IOC, officially agreed to the introduction of a Summer Youth Olympic Games for athletes between the ages of 14 - 18 years. Once the decision was announced several NOCs realised that this was an opportunity they really did not want to miss and immediately gathered their forces to prepare Bids to host the Inaugural edition of the Games in 2010.

According to an IOC announcement, the candidates for the 2010 Games are ( in alphabetical order): Algiers 2010 (Algeria), Athens 2010 (Greece), Bangkok 2010 (Thailand), Belgrade 2010 (Republic of Serbia), Debrecen 2010 (Hungary), Guatemala City 2010 (Guatemala), Kuala Lumpur 2010 (Malaysia), Moscow 2010 (Russian Federation), Poznan 2010 (Poland), Singapore 2010 (Singapore) and Turin 2010 (Italy). The 11 Youth Olympic Games Candidate Cities now have until October 26 th to prepare and submit their Candidature Files by replying to the IOC questionnaire. An analysis of their Files by a panel of Olympic Movement experts will allow a short list of Youth Olympic Games Candidate Cities to be drawn up for further evaluations by an IOC Evaluation Commission.

The various International Federations (IF) are already exploring precisely how these Youth Olympics will impact their respective sports. Many will have to make adjustments to their own international calendars while others will have to simply bite the bullet and develop innovative strategies to maintain their positions in the international sporting community in their own right.

New Olympic Brand Campaign

Read more...Today the International Olympic Committee (IOC) officially launches its new Olympic brand campaign. This launch takes place on

The theme of the campaign is "The Best of Us"

This theme will replace the former one used for the 2004 Olympics in Athens, "Celebrate Humanity". It is a simple, powerful idea that crosses cultures and geographies.  The messaging inspires youth by communicating the Olympic values while motivating them to participate in sport by proving sport can bring out your best.

The objectives of this new brand campaign are to enhance and to render more relevant to the contemporary period the Olympic messages. The intention is also to focus on increasing brand awareness and the appeal of the Games especially amongst the youth of the world.


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NOC represented at Sports and Environment Seminar


Mr Benedict Charles (2nd from left) attending the Sports and Environment Seminar in Costa Rica, on behalf of the National Olympic Academy.

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Wright, Poyer and Bentick off on NOC Programmes


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