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Recognised as a decorative pebble since ancient times, the Rain Flower Pebble has been praised by the Chinese as a “national treasure bestowed from heaven”.The selection of the Rain Flower Pebble as the Nanjing 2014 mascot illustrates to the world, the unique charms of Nanjing as a modern, green city that embraces nature and sustainable development.The sports programme is based on that of the Olympic Games, with 28 sports featured on the summer programme and seven on the winter programme.In addition, the programme also includes exciting new disciplines and formats, such as 3-on-3 basketball, ice hockey skills challenge and mixed gender and mixed National Olympic Committee (NOC) events.

In the name of the Nanjing 2014 Mascot, “Lele” literally means happiness in Mandarin and also refers to the sound of stones banging.

And finally I called it The Track of Winners.” The judging panel comprised of world-renowned designer, Thomas Heatherwick, the man behind the iconic Olympic cauldron at the London 2012 Olympic Games; Youth Olympic Games 400m hurdles gold medalist Aurelie Chaboudez (FRA); Olympic short-track speed skating champion Yang Yang (CHN); Youth Olympic Games Ambassador Yelena Isinbaeva (RUS); Olympic fencer and IOC Athletes’ Commission Chair Claudia Bokel (GER); and IOC Olympic Games Executive Director Gilbert Felli. The medal for Nanjing 2014 is designed by Matej Čička, a 23-year-old young sports fan from Slovakia.

The winning entry, “Track of Winners”, was chosen from a pool of over 300 entries from over 50 countries by a prestigious IOC jury who described it as “modern, fresh and dynamic” when they were brought together from around the globe to pick the winner. Nanjinglele was inspired by the Rain Flower Pebble which can be found naturally in all shapes and sizes, reflecting the beauty of nature and bringing us closer to nature.

The Youth Olympic Games are an elite sporting event for young people from all over the world.

An event distinct from other youth sports events, as they also integrate a unique Culture and Education Programme (CEP), based around five main themes: Olympism, Social Responsibility, Skills Development, Expression and Well-being and Healthy Lifestyles.

The 3rd Summer Youth Olympic Games will be held in Buenos Aires in Argentina in 2018.