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Well, never mind what the "real ground rules" are for bidding for the YOGs. If the IOC has any backbone in enforcing their own rules, then a clampdown would probably be needed here.

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Well, never mind what the "real ground rules" are for bidding for the YOGs. If the IOC has any backbone in enforcing their own rules, then a clampdown would probably be needed here.

Well, that's just it. They clamped down quick smart on Chicago daring to show a, gasp, torch!!!! And Prague using numbers in a graphic!!!!

Personally, I think this ban on logos for the YOGs is sillly. It's a deliberate move stop us holding "Best Logo" polls and arguments.

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Bangkok too, they're more like mini-emblems? They've had a workshop for the candidates so maybe this kind of thing is allowed? But really, whats the difference!

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Bangkok too, they're more like mini-emblems? They've had a workshop for the candidates so maybe this kind of thing is allowed? But really, whats the difference!

Candidate cities are not allowed to create new logos but they may adapt existing national logos for the bid. I'm not sure about Moscow and Bangkok, but Singapore adapted their national flower for their YOG bid so that is in line with the rules.

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