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OLYMPIC REVIEW29

athletes will also participate in a unique Culture andEducation Programme (CEP) during the Games, whichwill employ a variety of fun and interactive initiatives toraise their awareness of the Olympic values as well as different cultures and topics such as sustainability,the arts and digital media.As in Singapore, IOC President Rogge expects theyoung participants from around the world to revel inthe unique atmosphere of the YOG and take awaymemories that will last forever: "Only some of theathletes won medals, but all of them won new friends.Many of the athletes met and were inspired byOlympic champions, but each of them learned what ittakes to be a champion, both on and off the field ofplay. All of them are richer for having come into30OLYMPIC REVIEW