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  • Is it possible to use the content (texts, images or films) on www.olympic.org?
    • No part of the site may be copied, republished, stored in a data search and retrieval system, reproduced or transmitted, in any form or by any means, without the prior written authorisation of the International Olympic Committee (IOC).

      You should therefore make any request as detailed as possible, and in all cases include the following information:

      • Who is making the request:
        Family name, given name, full address, telephone and/or fax number and email address.
        Institution, organisation, commercial company, museum or private individual.
      • Precise details of the content (texts, images or films)
      • The intended use to be made of the content:
        Private use (no distribution), school work, group event, exhibition or production/broadcast.

      Image or video requests should be sent to images@olympic.org. Text content requests should be sent to webdesk@olympic.org.

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  • What are the International Olympic Committee (IOC)’s rules on exchanging links?
    • For outgoing links:
      The IOC’s policy on outgoing links (from www.olympic.org to an external website) is to allow only associations, clubs and other organisations belonging to the Olympic Movement (National Olympic Committees [NOCs], Organising Committees for the Olympic Games [OCOGs], International Federations [IFs], commercial partners and IOC-recognised organisations) to have a link on www.olympic.org.

      Incoming links:
      Links to www.olympic.org are generally accepted. However, they must be in text form only, and use of the Olympic rings is strictly forbidden to anyone not entitled to use them. In addition, wherever possible, links should be to the home page of the website.
      In no cases may a link be used for commercial purposes.

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