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You have reached the ATLANTA 1996 official web site. Here we hope to inspire true passion in those striving to continue the legacy of the Atlanta 1996 Centennial Olympic Games.

Since 2002, over 2,000 athletes from 53 nations have competed and trained with ATLANTA 1996.

ATLANTA 1996 is a Member of the World Union of Olympic Cities (WUOC) and represents the City of Atlanta at the WUOC.

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Olympian Recipient of FICS-ATLANTA 1996 Olympian Scholarship Program
Olympian Recipient of FICS-ATLANTA 1996 Olympian Scholarship Program

Competing at PyeongChang 2018 OlympicGames

PyeongChang, South Korea (February 19, 2018)
Seun ADIGUN, a recipient of the FICS-ATLANTA 1996 Olympian Scholarship Program (OSP) and a London 2012 Track & Field Olympian, qualified last year to compete for Nigeria at the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Games (February 9-25, 2018). Tomorrow in the Women's Bobsleigh Heat 1, Seun and Akuoma OMEOGA will make history as the first bobsleigh athletes from any African nation to compete at a winter Games.
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Milestones

Alston & Bird, LLP
Alston & Bird, LLP

Hosting ATLANTA 1996 and Atlanta 1996 Centennial Foundation, and Serving as General Counsel of both Organizations for the past 5 years

Atlanta, USA (September 1, 2014)

The Trustees and Board Members of both ATLANTA 1996, Inc. and the Atlanta 1996 Centennial Foundation, Inc. thank Alston & Bird, LLP . . .
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World Union of Olympic Cities (WUOC)
World Union of Olympic Cities (WUOC)

4th Lausanne Summit - Rio de Janeiro 2011

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (November 8 - 13, 2011)

The ATLANTA DITC delegation attended and represented HE Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed and the City of Atlanta at the 4th World Union of Olympic Cities (WUOC) Lausanne Summit and WUOC Annual General Assembly held (November 10-11, 2011) in Rio de Janeiro, the host city of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
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