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A fantastic opportunity for young designers to be part of the Olympic Movement.



13.11.2013

NANJING 2014 MEDAL DESIGN COMPETITION DEADLINE IN 3 WEEKS: ENTRIES FROM OVER 30 COUNTRIES

Three weeks to go until the deadline for submissions (30 November 2013). Entries received from over 30 countries so far. “Fantastic opportunity for young designers,” said IOC President Bach.
Designers from all over the world still have three weeks (until 30 November 2013) to submit their projects for the Nanjing 2014 Medal Design Competition, an open contest launched in September by the International Olympic Committee(IOC), whose President has urged not to miss.

People from all over the world
 seem to have listened to him, entering this international race to design the medal for the second edition of the Summer Youth Olympic Games, which will be held next year in Nanjing, China.
The deadline approaching, entries have flooded in from over 30 countries, from Bangladesh to Belarus). The youngest candidate was just 13 years old, while the oldest 55.
“This competition offers a fantastic opportunity for young designers to be part of the Olympic Movement,” said IOC President Thomas Bach, who will oversee his first Youth Olympic Games. “I have been very impressed with the high quality and level of creativity shown in the designs received so far.”

Everybody can take part in the Nanjing 2014 Medal Design Competition just by submitting their ideas via the website(medaldesigncompetition.com) until 30 November 2013.
An IOC judging panel featuring - other than sports names - Thomas Heatherwick (an English designer who had realized the iconic Olympic cauldron at London 2012) will select a winning design and two runners-up on 11 December 2013 in Lausanne, Switzerland. The IOC will publicly announce the results in late December 2013.

The victorious design will be on the front of all the medals which will be awarded during the Youth Olympics (16-28 August 2014) in Nanjing, where a 6-event Shooting program will take place.
Plus, the winner will win a trip to Nanjing 2014 (tickets to the Opening Ceremony and a special edition collection of medals included).

Design submissions are open until 30 November on the competition website.

Posted by Thom Erik Syrdahl
Source - ISSF - http://www.issf-sports.org
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