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The Third Youth Olympic Games held in Buenos Aires, where more than 4,000 athletes participated from 206 countries Georgia came out with a total of 6 medals (1 gold, 4 silver, 1 bronze) and 44th place, taking into account the qualifying score of the medals. Today, the Olympic Committee met with the young athletes together with the First Deputy Minister of Education, Science, Culture and Sport - Mikheil Giorgadze and Shalva Gogoladze.
The closing ceremony of the Games was held in the Olympic Village. The traditional parade of the participating states was preceded by the official part of the ceremony: athletes, coaches, referees, officials of the international sports federations, volunteers, heads of the National Olympic delegations were addressed by the International Olympic Committee President - Thomas Bach, and the governor of Buenos Aires.
Thomas Bach gave a great appreciation to the work of the organizers of the Olympics and noted that it was an innovative game that united young athletes from around the world and gave them unforgettable days of emotions.
The next games, the 2022 Youth Olympic Games will be held in Dakar, the capital of Senegal.
According to the 2018 Steering Committee of Buenos Aires, more than a million people attended the youth multiparty event.
According to the organizers, the number of viewers who have visited the sporting facilities and the opening ceremony is accounted fr in this data. According to the statistics, more than 200,000 people attended the opening of the games.
1. Gold - Giorgi Chkhikvadze, Greco-Roman style of wrestling
2. Silver - Giorgi Tokhadze, Greco-Roman style of wrestling
3. Silver - Giorgi Gegelashvili, freestyle wrestling
4. Silver - Ilia Sulamanidze, Judo
5. Silver - Archil Malakmadze, Weightlifting,
6. Bronze - Nino Khutsidze, bullets shooting