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Note that Turin is the English name for the event's host city and 'Torino' is its Italian name.

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1998–2001 2001–2006 2001–2004 2004–2006
1998–2001 2001–2006 2001–2004 2004–2006

Bidding & Interim

1998–2001

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Olympics

2001–2006

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Designer:  Antonio Benincasa
Nicole Husmann
Typography:  Unknown
Launched:  2001

In 2001, the emblem logo was introduced. The logo was modeled after the Mole Antonelliana which is one of the largest structures in Italy and the world. The logo was designed by Antonio Benincasa and Nicole Husmann.

Mascots

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Name:  Neve
Gliz
Species:  Snow (Neve)
Ice (Gliz)
Designer:  Pedro Albuquerque

The mascots for the Games were revealed on 28 September 2004. Their names are Neve and Gliz. Neve represents snow while Gliz represents ice. They also were popular with Italian children and adults before the Games. Both mascots were designed by Pedro Albuquerque.

Paralympics

2001–2004

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2004–2006

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Mascot

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Name:  Aster
Species:  Snowflake
Designer:  Pedro Albuquerque

The mascot was named Aster and was introduced on 10 March 2005. Aster is a snowflake that represents the spirit of exalting the participants athletic results rather than their disabilities.

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