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Rede Globo has been the longtime broadcaster and rightsholder for the Olympic Games as well as the Olympic Winter Games in Brazil.

This page only shows primary logo variants.
For other related logos and images, see:

Munich 1972

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Montreal 1976

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Lake Placid 1980 (Winter)

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Moscow 1980

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Sarajevo 1984 (Winter)

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Los Angeles 1984

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Calgary 1988 (Winter)

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Seoul 1988

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Albertville 1992 (Winter)

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Barcelona 1992

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Lillehammer 1994 (Winter)

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Atlanta 1996

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Nagano 1998 (Winter)

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Sydney 2000

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Salt Lake 2002 (Winter)

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Athens 2004

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Torino 2006 (Winter)

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Beijing 2008

It was used a red monochromatic variant of the official event logo

2010; 2012

Due to Rede Record acquiring the exclusive free-to-air rights to 2010 Winter Olympics and the 2012 Summer Olympics. Both games were broadcasted on pay-tv through Globosat-owned sister network SporTV.

Sochi 2014 (Winter)

Version #2 (as Olimpíadas de Inverno) - Version #1 was the Sochi 2014 main logo

"Official Broadcasting" version

Rio 2016 (Host Network)

"Somos Todos Olímpicos" (We are all Olympic) logo/slogan

"Official Broadcasting" logo

PyeongChang 2018 (Winter)

The title logo was changed to "Olimpíada de Inverno"

"Official Broadcasting" version (First and only time the Globo's monochromatic logo was used in a main official broadcasting title card of an event)

Tokyo 2020

"Official Broadcasting" logo

Beijing 2022 (Winter)

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