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image by Rob Raeside,
12 October 2020
based on image by Sylvain "Sly" Houde, 16 July 2008
The 1988 Calgary Winter Olympics' emblem is a stylized, pentagon-shaped,
snowflake and/or maple leaf, made up of five large and five small letters of
"C" to symbolize the country of Canada and the city of Calgary, above the
Sylvain "Sly" Houde, 16 July 2008
According to a photo I have the rings are in their five colors, instead all red. Two registered marks
are also part of the flag (one below the emblem, left part; other below the
rings, right part; both in red).
Jaume Ollé, 14 December 2008
image located by Esteban Rivera, 3 November 2017
Here is the same logo but in full color:
In the Official Report of the Games, one can see the coloured logo, from the original report (pages 242-249).
"Share the flame" logo, cropped image from the Official Report of the 1988 Calgary Winter Olympics, officially titled "XV Olympic Winter Games: Official Report", page 240, ISBN 9780921060260, published by "XV Olympic Winter Games Organizing Committee" and "Calgary Olympic Development Association" (currently known as "Canadian Winter Sport Institute, also known as WinSport Canada", source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canadian_Winter_Sport_Institute). Notice that the "Marks and Symbols (are property of), Canadian Olympic Association (currently known as "Canadian Olympic Committee" 1979, 1983, 1986, 1987".
Esteban Rivera, 3 November 2017