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Olympic Week was once again in fullswing between 17 and 20 October at theOlympic Museum in Lausanne,Switzerland. The theme of this 31st editionwas "Hope" -echoing the temporaryexhibition at the Museum entitled "Hope:when sport can change the world".Budding sportsmen and women, agedbetween nine and 15, had fun trying outnearly 40 sports and a dozen culturalactivities. From athletics to fencing, frombiathlon to photojournalism by way of a Hope Factory, there were many ways to discover the world of the OlympicGames and sporting values.It was also a must for the youngLondon bloggers who made a specialjourney to cover the event for their London 2012 Olympic Games pages. They were accompanied byrepresentatives of the London 2012Organising Committee (LOCOG). A high point of the week was theappearance of a special guest, SamirAzzimani, who competed in Alpine skiingat the 2010 Winter Games in Vancouver,becoming the first Moroccan ever to doso. He was present to share hisexperiences as both a ski instructor andspeaker, with the aim of encouragingeveryone to "feed their dreams". Heargued that if he could fulfil hisaspirations, everyone could. with a bit of perseverance and lots of hard work.Above Over 40 sports and culturalactivities were on offer during Olympic Week24OLYMPIC REVIEWOLYMPIC VALUES?CHILD'SPLAY