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Olympic Mascot - Copper the Coyote - Victoria & .

The animal Olympic mascots each represented one of these attributes. Powder the snowshoe hare (Faster), Copper the coyote (Higher) and Coal the American black bear (Stronger). Physical description. Biscuit coloured coyote in plush "fur" with white tail and ear .

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Mascots are Coal, Powder, Copper - Deseret News

The names Powder, Coal and Copper won out over the triads of Sky, Cliff and Shadow, and Arrow, Bolt and Rocky. More than 35,000 votes were cast. The name-the-mascots competition was sponsored by AT&T, Delta Air Lines and Coca-Cola, which gave away prizes ranging from commemorative Olympic pins and telephone cars to round-trip airfares and soft drinks.

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Powder, Copper and Coal were what the Olympic mascots are all about; they are three animals indigenous to Utah and in Native American folklore, and were named based on the skiing and mining heritage of Utah. If it were not for the fact that Powder strongly resembles a world famous character from Nintendo (hint: starting with Pi- and ending in ...

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"Powder, Coal and Copper" were the mascots for the 2002 Winter Games in Salt Lake City, Utah. The three animals are major characters in Native American legends and each wore a .

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Aug 04, 2016 · Powder, Coal and Copper - Salt Lake City, 2002 Getty Images Origin: Named after Utah's natural resources, its snow and its land, the mascots' names were decided by a national vote.

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Lele (mascot) - Wikipedia

Lele, also known as Nanjing Lele, is the official mascot of the Nanjing 2014 Summer Youth Olympics.Lele is based on Yuhua stones, which come in the colors of red, pink, yellow, white and green. It is short and robust with bulging eyes, always wearing a smile. After a competition, the stone was chosen to represent the games. The word 'lele' represents the sound of stones colliding together ...

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Powder, Copper and Coal. ... Salt Lake City 2002 mascots. Request was made by RGR98 <3 Hope you all like it .w. Image size. 2000x1700px 668.8 KB. See More by Doodzie. Featured in collections. Animals by KenTheNekomata. Some GR8 Shit R8 Here by PepperoniPizzaDogs. Uncategorized by .

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Powder, Copper and Coal are the official mascots of the 2002 Winter Olympics, which were held in Salt Lake City during February 2002.. Design history. The design process for the mascots began in September 1997, and after prototypes were created, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) approved the mascots in December 1998. The Salt Lake Organizing Committee (SLOC) worked with .

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2002 Salt Lake City Olympics Plush Mascots Powder Copper And Coal. $38.24. Free shipping. Make Offer - 2002 Salt Lake City Olympics Plush Mascots Powder Copper And Coal. Olympics 2012 Golden Wenlock 9" Plush Gold London Mascot. $12.99 +$4.95 shipping.

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Powder, Copper and Coal are the official mascots of the 2002 Winter Olympics, officially the XIX Olympic Winter Games, were a winter -sport event that was celebrated in February 2002 in and around Salt Lake City, Utah, United States.

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Powder, Copper and Coal are the official mascots of the 2002 Winter Olympics, which were held in Salt Lake City during February 2002.

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Seven Peaks 2002 Winter Olympics mascots part .

18.08.2010 · Copper Powder and Coal are at it again at Seven Peaks and downtown Salt lake! Team 7 FTW!

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mascots were chosen to represent Utah for the 2002 Games? COPPER(light brown with green gloves)• Coyote • When the world turned dark and froze, the coyote climbed the highest mountaintop and stole the flame from the fire people. He brought warmth back to the earth. POWDER (white with blue gloves)• Snowshoe Hare • At one time,

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Powder, Copper and Coal are the official mascots of the 2002 Winter Olympics, officially the XIX Olympic Winter Games, were a winter -sport event that was celebrated in February 2002 in and around Salt Lake City, Utah, United States.

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Dec 14, 2012 · Powder, Copper & Coal Salt Lake City Winter 2002 • The mascots are indigenous animals of Utah, and are named after natural resources which have long been important to Utah's economy, survival ...

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FIGURINE, COAL, COPPER, AND POWDER .

Image shows a piece of memorabilia from the 2002 Olympic Winter Games. This figurine depicts the three official 2002 Winter Games mascots, Copper (coyote), Coal (bear), and Powder (rabbit), sitting in .

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Powder, Copper and Coal - Mascots of the 2002 .

Powder, Copper and Coal are the official mascots of the 2002 Winter Olympics, officially the XIX Olympic Winter Games, were a winter -sport event that was celebrated in February 2002 in and around Salt Lake City, Utah, United States.

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Powder, Copper, and Coal. The official mascots of the 2002 Winter Olympics and Paralympics in Salt Lake City, United States were Powder, Copper, and Coal. The designing of the mascots started in September 1997 and the International Olympic Committee gave the approval to the mascots in December 1998.

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Seven Peaks 2002 Winter Olympics mascots part 6 - YouTube

Aug 18, 2010 · Copper Powder and Coal are at it again at Seven Peaks and downtown Salt lake! Team 7 FTW!

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