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Complete, Learn & Share
The Youth Olympic Games aim to bring together and celebrate the world’s best young athletes, aged between 15-18 years old to compete across Olympic sports in both a Winter and Summer edition. Beyond competition, the athletes learn hoe to become ambassadors of their sports and champions in life, and share their cultures and experiences.

Featuring videos, quizzes, stories and more, this one-stop shop of resources and tools is organised around the five themes of the Youth Olympic Games. The Compete, Learn & Share programme is designed to help you become the best you can be on and off the field of play. Check it out here!

Here are some of the sweet snapshots from the Compete, Learn & Share programme!

Eat To Compete
A healthy body and a healthy mind are essential for performing at your best, so, as an athlete, it’s important to be aware not only of what you do with your body, but also the energy you fuel it with. It’s no secret that what you put into your body has a huge impact on your performance, and they more you understand about how you fuel your body, the more efficient you can be. Read more here.

YOG Ambassador Lindsey Vonn

Watch YOG Ambassador Lindsey Vonn cool up a storm in the kitchen

Media Training
Do you dread going through the mixed zone after a competition as much as the competition itself? Perhaps you haven’t had any interaction with the media and you find the that a little frightening.

Facing the media is not easy. It can be intimidating to have a camera in front of you but learning how to speak to the media and the pitfalls to avoid, is an important skill for an athlete to develop. Read more here:

Great Tips here

Young reporter Alan Harris gives some great tips here

Healthy Body
As an athlete, your body is your number one asset so it is important that you take are of it. This means being mindful of what you put into your body but also how you use it. Discover real-life stories form athletes who have come back from injury, gather training tips from the best, and warm up and cool down with Olympians. Read more here.

Tiana Penitani tells

Australian rugby player Tiana Penitani tells us how she recovered from an injury

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