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SINGAPORE 2010And as much as the SYOGOC is keen to help allathletes they hope the legacy of the first YOG cancompete with the country's obsession with EnglishPremier League football and Formula One andinspire a generation of local athletes."The Ministry of Education has come up with aneducation programme, which has been introducedto the primary schools so that by the time they leave secondary school each child will have learnthow to play four Olympic sports - this wouldn'thappen if we didn't have the Games," Lee says.And how excited and proud areSingaporeans about hosting this inauguralspectacular event? Mansoor sums it up best: "I am really, really proud that Singapore will behosting the first ever Youth Olympic Games. It is thefirst time that a sporting event of such a magnitudeis taking place here and I'm really excited to be a part of this historic event." ?OLYMPIC REVIEW39Raft building

SINGAPORE 201040OLYMPIC REVIEWYoung AmbassadorsSingapore 2010 Youth Olympic Games Organising CommitteeChairman and IOC Vice-PresidentSer Miang Ngexplainswhat he thinks the Games will bring to the OlympicMovement and the host country