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"The Million Deeds Challenge is designed to resemble a virtual torch relay through the 205 NOCs" Goh Kee NguanCEO, SYOGOCthat continent will be invited to participate in a torchpass ceremony at the City Celebration, to signify theunity of young people and to inspire everyone toembrace, embody and express the Olympic values. To take part in the torch pass ceremony,participants had to show how they live the Olympicvalues by sharing their deeds of excellence, friendshipand respect on the Million Deeds Challenge website(www.milliondeeds.sg). "The Million Deeds Challenge is designed toresemble a virtual torch relay and every deed sharedwill see the virtual Youth Olympic Flame journeythrough the 205 NOCs," said Goh Kee Nguan, ChiefExecutive of SYOGOC. "It symbolises that we are all connected throughthe Olympic Movement and are a part of Singapore2010."After journeying through the five cities, the YouthOlympic Flame will reach Singapore, where it will travel through five community districts in a six-daytorch relay with a Community Celebration at the end of each day. About 2,400 torchbearers will run in Singapore,covering approximately 100m each. The six-day torchrelay will be run from 7 to 8 August 2010, with abreak on 9 August 2010 (Singapore's National Day),and continuing on 10 to 13 August 2010. The finaltorchbearer will carry the Youth Olympic Flame to theOpening Ceremony on 14 August 2010 and light thecauldron to mark the start of the Games. ?startfinish23 July4 August31 July24 July25 July7 AugustYOUTH OLYMPIC FLAMEOLYMPIC REVIEW55

Having hosted the Olympic Winter Games in 1964 and 1976, Innsbruck will once again welcome the world's best athletes as the host city of the inaugural Winter Youth Olympic Games in 2012, writes Florian KoglerSpirit of YouthINNSBRUCK 201256OLYMPIC REVIEW