Olympic poster

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An Olympic poster is a design describing the aim of the edition of the Olympic Games. Each Olympic games has its own Olympic poster that is created and proposed by the Olympic Games Coordination Commission (OGCC) and/or the National Olympic Committee (NOC). It is the responsibility of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to approve Olympic poster for the Olympic games. The Olympic poster may be used, like the Olympic emblems in promotional materials, by sponsors of the Olympics. All posters are the property of the IOC.

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