Singapore 2010 

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The vision of the Youth Olympic Games (YOG) is to inspire young people around the world to participate in sport and adopt and live by the Olympic values. It was during its Session in Guatemala City in July 2007 that the IOC decided to create a new sporting event to educate, engage and influence young athletes inspiring them to play an active role in their communities.

At the Singapore Summer Youth Olympic Games, Jumping was the sole equestrian discipline represented with both Team and Individual events – the horses were provided by the organising committee. For the Team event, six teams represented each continent – Africa, Asia, Australasia, Europe, North America and South America.

Key Figures
1stYouth Olympic Games in Singapore (Summer) in 2010 and Innsbruck (Winter) in 2012
2Programmes of equal importance: Sports Competitions and Culture and Education (CEP)
3Age groups in principle: 15/16, 16/17, 17/18
4"Universality Places" guaranteed for each NOC in Singapore in 2010
5%Mixed-gender and/or mixed-NOC teams events in Singapore
7Sports for the Winter edition
10 & 12Days’ duration (respectively) for Winter and Summer editions
14August 2010, Opening Ceremony of the inaugural YOG in Singapore
26Sports for the Summer edition
205NOCs invited to participate in Singapore
1000Athletes for the Winter edition
3600Athletes for the Summer edition
References
YOG 2010 Qualification System (updated 18 June 2010)
Qualified NOCs-1st Youth Olympic Games (updated 6 July 2010)
YOG-Competition Format Rules - Updated 28 July 2010
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