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1997–1999

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1999–2004

Olympics

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Designer:  Wolff Olins
Red Design
Typography:  Andale Sans Regular
Launched:  14 October 1999

The emblem logo was unveiled on 14 October 1999. The logo is based on an olive wreath, a prize for the winner at the ancient Olympics. The logo was designed by Wolff Olins and Red Design.

Mascots

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Name:  Athena (orange)
Phevos (blue)
Species:  Children terracota daidalas
Designer:  Spyros Gogos

The mascots were revealed to the public on 4 April 2002. The mascots' names were taken from two Olympian Gods: Athena goddess of wisdom and patron to the city of Athens, and Phevos, the Olympian god of light and music, known as Apollo. These two mascots became part of everyday Greek life, and were popular with Greek children and adults, both mascots were designed by Spyros Gogos.

Paralympics

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Mascot

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Name:  Proteas
Species:  Seahorse
Designer:  Spyros Gogos

The Paralympic mascot was named Proteas, which was also created by Spyros Gogos and was introduced on 18 September 2003. representing the nature of the competitions and the athletes’ constant goal of achieving excellency.

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