It is expected that about 800 types of pins will be developed for the 31st Rio Summer Olympics. Totally 3 million units will be produced in relation to the first edition of the Olympic and Paralympic Games to be staged in South America. Many of them are already on sale.
The first metal pins were created for the Paris 1900 Olympic Games and were used exclusively by judges. In 1988 the International Olympic Committee officially recognized pins as one of the Olympic Games symbols.
Great Britain’s Thomas Daley (570, 50) became the winner
From August 5 to 21 within 17 days 10.500 athletes from 205 countries will compete for the collection of 306 medals
The Armenian wrestlers conquered three qualifications
The Eastern Europe RADO Board meeting is attended by Georgia’s, Macedonia’s, Moldova’s Armenia’s, Montenegro’s and Albania’s anti-doping agencies’ representatives.
Summed up the passing year in a conversation with journalists
The judo coaching seminar was held in Yerevan from December 11 to 18