Question: Who designed the Sydney Olympic logo?

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What does the Sydney Olympic logo mean?

It represents a partnership between Australia’s ancient past and vibrant present. … The three colours of the emblem symbolise the sea in Sydney Harbour (blue), the sun of Australia (yellow) and its earth (red). The addition of the “Sydney 2000” lettering and the Olympic rings completes the Millennium Man the emblem.

What shapes and images are used in the Sydney Olympic logo and why?

Sydney uses 3 colors to form an image of a running athlete relaying the Olympic torch. Blue carve out the form of Sydney Opera House; red and yellow shape the running image. Each color of the logo has symbolic meanings: blue refers to the blue harbor; yellow represents sun and beach; red means the native culture.

How much did the 2000 Sydney Olympics cost?

The 2000 Sydney Olympics cost roughly $6.5 billion, not including infrastructure developments.

Who won 2004 Olympics?

Russia finished third, (second in total medals), and also won the most bronze medals (38).

2004 Summer Olympics medal table.

2004 Summer Olympics medals
Location Athens, Greece
Highlights
Most gold medals United States (36)
Most total medals United States (101)
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