Last modified: 2017-06-28 by andrew weeks
Keywords: olympics | ukraine |
Links: FOTW homepage | search | disclaimer and copyright | write us | mirrors
Now NOC uses new design of the emblem and flag. (Photo at the NPC official site). Victor Lomantsov, 12 Apr 2017
The National Olympic Committee of Ukraine was founded on 22 December 1990, 8 months before the Ukraine became independent from the Soviet Union. It was first recognised by the IOC in 1993. [These years are different from our NOC lists. Does anyone know the trustworthiness of their source, whatever it was?] In between, at Barcelona 1992, Ukraine participated as part of the Unified Team.
The emblem of the Ukraine NOC consists of the Tryzub shield, with above it in blue the Olympic Symbol and around all other sides an arc of text in black. I expect the texts reads "National Olympic Committee Ukraine", in Ukrainian, written in Cyrillic characters, but I would appreciate if someone else would take a look at these.
The National Olympic Committee of Ukraine has a website, where we can read that it unites 40 sports
Peter Hans van den Muijzenberg, 16 Apr 2012
Correctly - "National Olympic Committee of Ukraine".
Last word is a genitive case "UKRAINY" (not nominative case UKRAINA)
Viktor Lomantsov, 16 Apr 2012
The NOCU has now informed me that the pantone colours of their flag are: