Olympic Emblem

Each Olympic Games has its own Olympic emblem, which is a design integrating the Olympic rings with one or more distinctive elements. They are created and proposed by the Organising Committee of the Olympic Games (OCOG) or the National Olympic Committee (NOC) of the host country. It is the responsibility of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to approve Olympic emblems for the Olympic games. The Olympic emblems are used in promotional materials, by sponsors of the Olympics, on the uniforms of every Olympic competitor. All emblems are the property of the IOC.

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Summer Olympic Coins - 1980 Moscow Olympics - Series Two – Citius
... Date of Issue Finish Mintage Issue Price 5 Roubles Running, the Olympic emblem and the legend, in Cyrillic script, meaning “The XXII Olympiad Moscow 1980” and the year 1978 ... Ermakov The USSR’s emblem, the Red Star surrounding the globe, 15 turns of ribbon representing the 15 republics of the Union, the legend, in Cyrillic script, meaning “U.S.S.R ... UNC 226,653 Proof $20 US, Unc $15 US 5 Roubles Swimming, the Olympic emblem and the legend, meaning “The XXII Olympiad Moscow 1980” and the year 1978 ...
Summer Olympic Coins - 1980 Moscow Olympics - Series Three – Altius
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2002 Winter Olympics - 2002 Olympic Symbols - Olympic Emblem
... The 2002 Olympic emblem is a snowflake, which consisted of three separate sections ... The yellow top section symbolizes the Olympic Flame, and represents the athletes' courage ...

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