- 1 Winter Olympic 2018 Games Pyeongchang
- 1.1 Pyeongchang Goals Of 2018
- 1.2 Winter Olympics Games 2018 Pyeongchang
- 18.104.22.168.1 SOOHORANG
- 22.214.171.124.2 WHERE THE EARTH MEETS THE SKY
- 126.96.36.199.3 123RD IOC SESSION, 6 JULY 2011, DURBAN: ELECTION OF THE HOST CITY OF THE XXIII OLYMPIC WINTER GAMES
- 188.8.131.52.4 TICKETS FOR THE WINTER OLYMPIC GAMES PYEONGCHANG 2018 ARE NOW AVAILABLE TO OLYMPIC FANS WORLDWIDE THROUGH VARIOUS CHANNELS DEPENDING ON THEIR COUNTRY OF RESIDENCE.
- 1.3 Winter Olympics Games 2018 Pyeongchang
- 1.4 Winter Olympic Games 2018 Korea
- 1.5 New Year This Event winter Olympics Games 2018 -Pyeongchang Korea
- 1.6 Winter Olympic Games 2018 Pyeongchang
- 1.7 MIKAEL KINGSBURY (CANADA)
- 1.8 VIRTUE Y SCOTT MOIR (CANADA)
- 1.9 HARLES HAMELIN (CANADA)
Winter Olympic 2018 Games Pyeongchang
The 2018 winter Olympics ,officially known as the XXIII Olympic winter Games .
The 2018 winter Olympic are drawing near and this iteration of the international games will include new ways to watch and most likely new records .
Here everything you need to know about the upcoming 2018 winter Olympic Games including when and where the Olympic will take place.
Pyeongchang Goals Of 2018
We will reinforce cooperation so that we can promote the ICT and related convergence industries and tourism in Korea.
Winter Olympics Games 2018 Pyeongchang
for PyeongChang 2018
thletes to the power of winter sport.
Soohorang, the mascot of the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Winter Games took its motif from the white tiger.
WHERE THE EARTH MEETS THE SKY
The emblem’s design has its roots in Hangul, with the shapes that form the logo stemming from the first consonants of each syllable in the word “PyeongChang” when it is written in Hangul. The first character in the emblem also represents a gathering place where the three elements of Cheon-ji-in – heaven, earth, and human – are in harmony. The second character symbolises snow and ice, as well as the athletes’ stellar performances. PyeongChang 2018’s new emblem symbolises a grand gathering of people from all around the world in celebration of Olympic winter sports, which is taking place in the harmonious land of PyeongChang – “A square where the earth meets the sky, and where athletes excel in snow or on ice – that’s where everyone will celebrate the world’s biggest winter festival in 2018.”
They are the work of celebrated South Korean designer Lee Suk-woo, who incorporated Hangeul – the Korean alphabet and the foundation of Korean culture – into their design through a series of consonants symbolising the effort of athletes from around the world, who will come together as one to compete at PyeongChang 2018.
The ribbon from which the medal hangs is an equally important part of the design and has been created using gapsa, a traditional South Korean fabric. The light teal and light red ribbon from which the medals hang is also embroidered with Hangeul patterns and other designs.
Composition: Gold : a silver medal with a purity of 99.9% plated with 6 g of gold. Silver: a silver medal with a purity of 99.9%. Bronze: a copper medal (Cu90-Zn10).
Weight: Gold: 586 g. Silver: 580 g. Bronze: 493 g.
Diameter: 92.5 mm
Number of medals: 259
The five-angled shape in the middle of the uniform cap is meant to represent the spirit of sports, which connects races, nations, religions, genders, cultures, as well as the five continents, united by a common passion for the Games.
The city of PyeongChang will host the XXIII Olympic Winter Games. This followed 1 round of voting by the members of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) on 6 July 2011 at the 123rd IOC Session in Durban, South Africa.
Three cities were proposed by their National Olympic Committees to host the 2018 Games: Munich (GER), Annecy (FRA), and PyeongChang (KOR)*. At its meeting on 22 June 2010, the IOC Executive Board selected all three cities as Candidate Cities and they continued to the second phase of the bid process.
At the final vote in Durban, PyeongChang was elected with 63 votes to Munich’s 25 votes and Annecy’s 7 votes). This gave PyeongChang the majority that it needed to overcome the stiff competition put -up by Munich and Annecy.
123RD IOC SESSION, 6 JULY 2011, DURBAN: ELECTION OF THE HOST CITY OF THE XXIII OLYMPIC WINTER GAMES
* Listed in the order of drawing of lots
TICKETS FOR THE WINTER OLYMPIC GAMES PYEONGCHANG 2018 ARE NOW AVAILABLE TO OLYMPIC FANS WORLDWIDE THROUGH VARIOUS CHANNELS DEPENDING ON THEIR COUNTRY OF RESIDENCE.
To find out how you can apply for Olympic Games tickets, please visit the PyeongChang
Fans are reminded that only tickets purchased from or obtained through authorised sources are genuine, valid and will enable entry to venues. Detailed information on authorised ticket sources, in particular a list of Authorised Ticket Resellers (in the Republic of Korea and internationally) is available on the official PyeongChang 2018 ticketing website. Fans having purchased or obtained tickets from unofficial or unauthorised sources run the risk of a) having obtained fake tickets, b) having obtained invalidated tickets, c) having those tickets cancelled, d) being refused entry, and/or e) being asked to leave the venue, without receiving a refund or qualifying for an exchange of ticket. Neither the International Olympic Committee nor PyeongChang 2018 nor any National Olympic Committee may be held liable for any consequence (such as, without limitation, any loss or damage) related to a ticket purchased from or obtained through an unauthorised source.
Winter Olympics Games 2018 Pyeongchang
Winter Olympic Games 2018 Pyeongchang
MIKAEL KINGSBURY (CANADA)
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