Google Celebrates Summer Youth Olympic Games 2018 With Doodle

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Google Celebrates Summer Youth Olympic Games 2018 With Doodle

The Google Doodle On Saturday celebrates the opening ceremony of the 2018 Summer Youth Olympic Games to be held in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The event will witness more than 200 nations and imprints the beginning of the careers of young athletes between the ages of 15-18 years. The doodle sees an animated young bird contend in different sporting events, for example, weightlifting, and swimming. The Games, which will keep running from October 6 to 18, will also showcase a spectacular opening ceremony outside of the stadium which no one ever witnessed in the history of Olympics.

The Games will highlight new games

The Games will highlight new games like break-dancing, sports climbing, roller games, and karate, and numerous new events, for example, BMX freestyle, kiteboarding, and acrobatic gymnastics. The Youth Olympics will also set a point of reference for gender equality, without precedent for Olympic history, an equivalent number of male and female competitors among the 4,000 members contending in 32 sports altogether.Competitions are all set to conduct in four parks to make sure the enter city can enjoy the actions.

Organizers said that it's a free access

 

Organizers said that it’s a free access for all sporting events will be offered to these four parks and also extra activities which will create a festival atmosphere. More than 600,000 members have enrolled to get a Youth Olympic Pass, the electronic bracelet that stipends access to the occasions, and very nearly 80 percent of the number of inhabitants in Buenos Aires are anxious to go to the Games, as indicated by the reports. Gold, silver, and bronze awards are granted for a first, second, and third place this year planned by 18-year-old Farid Husen from Indonesia. Games in Argentina all over 13 sports with the event coming at an end on October 18 with the closing ceremony.

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