Frequent question: Who are the Olympic mascots?

Who are the Tokyo 2020 mascots?

Meet Miraitowa and Someity, the mascots of the Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games, respectively. Miraitowa is based on the Japanese words “mirai” which means future and “towa” which means eternity.

What is the Olympic motto and mascot?

As the official motto of the Olympic Games, Coubertin adopted “Citius, altius, fortius,” Latin for “Faster, higher, stronger,” a phrase apparently coined by his friend Henri Didon, a friar, teacher, and athletics enthusiast.

What is the purpose of mascot in Olympics?

About the mascots

Olympic mascots have been a key part of the Games since 1968. They’re tasked with giving concrete form to the Olympic spirit, spreading the values highlighted at each edition of the Games; promoting the history and culture of the host city; and giving the event a festive atmosphere.

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