1. The Olympic motto is "Higher, Faster, Stronger."
2. The most important thing in the Olympic Games is not to win but to participate.
3. Taking drugs before the Games is considered cheating and against sportsmanship.
4. The Olympic oath encourages athletes, coaches, and officials to observe the rules and to follow the spirit of sportsmanship.
5. Mutual understanding, friendship, unity and fair play.
6. The Olympic Games help promote a better and more peaceful world.
7. The most important thing in the Games is not the triumph but the struggle; not to have conquered but to have fought well.
8. By undergoing the stress and strain of tough competition, the athletes grow in strength, endurance and discipline.
9. The athletes must learn to respect and to cooperate with people from many nations during the Games.
10. After the hard training of a life time, every athlete deserves a medal in the Games, no matter whether he won or not.
11. Team-work is essential to a football match.
12. My victory owes to my coach's patient instructions and the support from my family and friends.
13. The lighting and extinguishing of the Olympic Flame symbolizes the opening and closing of the Olympics.
14. The purpose of passing the Olympic torch by way of relay was to spread the Olympic spirit and make the seeds of peace and friendship root, grow, bloom and bear fruits in more countries.
15. Baron de Coubertin drafted the athlete's vows himself.
16. The five rings represent the close unity and friendly meeting at the Olympics between athletes from five continents.
17. The most important thing is to participate.
18. The Games have many of the qualities that the ancient Greeks were trying to encourage, all those centuries ago.