Sydney - December 12, 2006
- See tomorrow’s Olympians today at the fourth Australian Youth Olympic Festival (AYOF) and go in the draw to win a Lenovo laptop. Spectators simply download the Festival Passport from
, fill in the details and drop it in one of the collection boxes found at each venue of the AYOF. Up for grabs are five Lenovo N100 notebook computers – a stylish widescreen notebook that offers worry-free computing and solid performance, perfect for work and play! “The Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) is thrilled that Lenovo, an international partner of the Olympic Movement, is supporting the AYOF and the development of young athletes,” said AOC Secretary General Craig Phillips. One winner will be selected each day from Thursday 18 January – Sunday 21 January 2007 with a second chance draw for all entries the following Thursday. Entries close at 7pm daily and are subject to the Terms and Conditions as listed on
. As a worldwide Olympic Games sponsor, Lenovo is proud to support the Olympic movement on a local level. The fourth Australian Youth Olympic Festival is an opportunity to discover future Olympic champions and encourage the Olympic ideals of fair play and honesty,” said Alan Munro, CEO and general manager for Lenovo Australia and New Zealand. The Festival Passport contains the complete sport schedule and can be used to plan a day at the AYOF. “It’s a great way to prepare your schedule, seeing tomorrow’s Olympians today in a first class sporting competition,” said Phillips. Athletes competing at the AYOF have trained long and hard to be selected to represent their nation. The AOC extends a warm welcome to sport fans and holiday makers to head out to the Olympic venues in Sydney this summer and support our young athletes. The AYOF is an initiative of the AOC, first introduced in 2001 as a legacy of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games. The event has been held every two years since with the AOC investing over $10 million in the development of young athletes.
for more information and to download your Festival Passport.
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