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Singapore
2010

DateAugust 14 - August 26
CountrySingapore
Athletes3524
Teams204
Events201
Singapore 2010
Thank you, Singapore!
Highlights01:35
Summary of the Games | 2010 YOG Singapore
33:15
The Best of the 2010 YOG Singapore
Highlights03:09
The best moments from Singapore 2010
Highlights34:00
Closing Ceremony | 2010 YOG Singapore
Replay01:16:15

About the Games

Singapore 2010 was the first-everYouth Olympic Games. The brainchild of then-IOC President Jacques Rogge, the YOG aims to inspire and engage a young generation that is increasingly spending less time on sports and more time on the internet and watching television. The Summer Youth Olympic Games Singapore 2010 showcased Singapore to the world while celebrating diversity, friendship, hope and the Olympic ideals.

Singapore 2010’s tagline, “blazing the trail,” represented the new opportunities the Youth Olympic Games presented to young athletes as well as the model the inaugural host created for future editions of the YOG. In this edition, 3,524 athletes participated in 201 events in 26 sports with new format such as 3x3 basketball. An incubator of innovation, the YOG Singapore 2010 featured a vast educational program for athletes with more than 50 activities in Olympic Values, sustainability, wellness and healthy living. This first edition saw an impressive 20,000 volunteers fully dedicated to hosting the world.

Singapore
2010

Featured Athletes

All Athletes
Gold
Silver
Bronze
  • AustraliaAustralia
    1G
    3S
    2B
  • People's Republic of ChinaPeople's Republic of China
    6G
    -
    -
  • South AfricaSouth Africa
    1G
    3S
    1B
  • People's Republic of ChinaPeople's Republic of China
    5G
    -
    1B
  • Replays from
    Singapore 2010

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    Triathlon Men | YOG Singapore 2010
    00:59
    Triathlon
    Singapore
    2010

    Discover the Games

    The Medals

    Beginning as an olive wreath, medal designs have evolved over the years.

    Medals

    Medals

    The Mascot

    An original image, it must give concrete form to the Olympic spirit.

    Mascot

    Mascot