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==1998-2002==
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{{ImageTOC
[[File:200px-2002_Winter_Olympics_logo_svg.png|center]]
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|Salt Lake City 2002 Olympic bid logo.svg|1995–1997
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|2002 Winter Olympics logo.svg|1997–2002
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|2002 Winter Paralympics logo.svg|1997–2002
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==Bidding & Interim==
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===1995–1997===
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[[File:Salt Lake City 2002 Olympic bid logo.svg|center|200px]]
   
{{Olympics}}
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==Olympics==
[[Category:2002]]
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===1997–2002===
[[Category:United States]]
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[[File:2002 Winter Olympics logo.svg|center|250px]]
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The emblem logo was introduced in 1997, it featured a snowflake with three separate sections.
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===Mascots===
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In 1999, the mascots were introduced. A long-haired hare, a bear and a coyote. Their names were revealed during a BYU Football game in Provo, Utah. The final names were chosen by Utah schoolchildren: Powder, Cooper and Coal.
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==Paralympics==
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===1997–2002===
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[[File:2002 Winter Paralympics logo.svg|center|200px]]<br>
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{{Chronology|[[Nagano 1998]]|[[Turin 2006]]|[[File:Olympics (Print).svg|40px|link=Olympics]]&emsp;WINTER&emsp;[[File:Paralympics 2019print.svg|40px|link=Paralympics]]}}
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{{Olympics & Paralympics|wbids=2002}}
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[[Category:Sports]]
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[[Category:Sports competitions]]
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[[Category:Sports competitions in the United States]]
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[[Category:Winter Olympics]]
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[[Category:Winter Paralympics]]
 
[[Category:Olympics]]
 
[[Category:Olympics]]
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[[Category:Paralympics]]
 
[[Category:Salt Lake City]]
 
[[Category:Salt Lake City]]
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[[Category:Utah]]
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[[Category:United States]]
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[[Category:2002]]
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[[Category:2000s]]

Latest revision as of 05:16, May 25, 2020

Contents

Salt Lake City 2002 Olympic bid logo 2002 Winter Olympics logo 2002 Winter Paralympics logo
1995–1997 1997–2002 1997–2002

Bidding & InterimEdit

1995–1997Edit

Salt Lake City 2002 Olympic bid logo

OlympicsEdit

1997–2002Edit

2002 Winter Olympics logo

The emblem logo was introduced in 1997, it featured a snowflake with three separate sections.

MascotsEdit

In 1999, the mascots were introduced. A long-haired hare, a bear and a coyote. Their names were revealed during a BYU Football game in Provo, Utah. The final names were chosen by Utah schoolchildren: Powder, Cooper and Coal.

ParalympicsEdit

1997–2002Edit

2002 Winter Paralympics logo

Nagano 1998
Olympics (Print) WINTER Paralympics 2019print
Turin 2006
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