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Young Ambassadors workshops PM Lighting the Torch of Tomorrow Intro Welcome Back “Question of Sport” Noel Thatcher Athens 2004 Quick fire true or false game Stand on Your Chair - TRUE Sit Down - FALSE Stand up - NOT SURE Daley Thompson Los Angeles 1984 The Ancient Games

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Young Ambassadorsworkshops PM

Lighting the Torch of Tomorrow


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Intro

  • Welcome Back

  • “Question of Sport”

Noel Thatcher Athens 2004


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Quick fire true or false game

  • Stand on Your Chair - TRUE

  • Sit Down - FALSE

  • Stand up - NOT SURE

Daley Thompson

Los Angeles 1984


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The Ancient Games

  • The Ancient games were held every 4 years in Olympia. This time span is now known as an Olympiad

  • The Ancient Olympic Games were a Pagan festival

  • Competing in the Ancient Games was very risky for athletes travelling to the Olympic festival as the different states in Greece were often at war with each other at these times, however the best soldiers would risk it to take part in the Games.


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Modern Games

  • Modern Games were started in 1894 by Pierre de Coubertin

  • A Greek athlete won the inaugural Marathon race, the most popular event at the first Modern Olympics.

  • There are 35 Olympic and 26 Paralympic Sports

  • The Los Angeles Games in 1984 were the first commercial games

  • Greece traditionally lead out the Athlete’s Parade at the Opening Ceremony but in Athens 2004 they took the host’s position as the last team to enter the stadium.

  • In modern times medals have always been presented to athletes.


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Paralympic Games

  • The first wheelchair games took place at Stoke Mandeville running ‘Parallel’ to the 1948 London Games

  • The Paralympic Flame is lit from the Olympic Flame.

  • The Paralympics is the fourth largest sporting event in the world behind the Olympics, World Cup and Commonwealth Games.

Oscar Pistorius Athens


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London 2012 facts

  • London will be the first city to hold the Modern Olympic Games three times.

  • 70,000 volunteers with experience in helping out, are needed for the 2012 Games.

  • Team GB is aiming to come 4th in the Olympic Medal Table and to Top the Paralympic Medal Table in 2012.

  • Olympic Park will be preserved as a legacy for the future.


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Winter Olympics

  • The first Winter Olympics took place in 1924 in Chamonix, France

  • Vancouver has just won the right to stage the Olympic Winter Games of 2014.

  • TeamGB won a Silver medal at the last Olympic Winter Games in Turin.


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Young Ambassadors

2012 Games

Role of 900YoungAmbassadors

Sport Legacy:

Increasing participation & promoting healthy lifestyles

Education

Legacy:

Promoting learning

through the Olympic

and Paralympic

Ideals

YAs have 3

Challenges to undertake

throughout the year


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Respect

Friendship

Excellence

Olympic and Paralympic Ideals


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Bring the Olympic Values to Life

Played today with the very kind permission of the British Olympic Foundation


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Promoting the ideals for 2012

  • Choose an ideal for your table

  • Think of something to do in your partnership to promote this ideal

  • Each table call out their idea



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Making the Logo Your Own

  • In your tables design a logo for Young Ambassadors

  • Room vote on best logo for your group

  • Room then vote on best logo for the whole conference


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Your IMPACT plan

  • What are you and your partner going to do when you get back to school to deliver the ideals and messages today has been around?

  • Timeline: now until - June 2008

  • Resources you will need

  • Help you will need

  • People you will need to influence to move blockages

  • Target audience

  • Key milestones


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Summary

Can you answer these questions?

  • What is my role as a YA?

  • What do I personally bring to the role?

  • How can I best get the message across?

  • What does my impact plan look like?

  • What is the YA Logo?


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What is your deepest fear ?

“Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us. We ask ourselves, Who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, fabulous? Actually, who are you not to be? Your playing small does not serve the world. There is nothing enlightened about shrinking so that other people won't feel insecure around you.We are all meant to shine, as children do. It's not just in some of us; it's in everyone. And as we let our own light shine, we unconsciously give other people permission to do the same. As we are liberated from our own fear, our presence automatically liberates others.”

Nelson Mandela


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“It’s not what you do when it all goes well, it’s what you do when it goes wrong that matters – perseverance.”