The Aberdeen Youth Games logo is based on the tartan track that athletes compete on. The shape of the logo creates a seamless shape forming the AYG letters. Inspiration for the logo came from researching the Commonwealth Games, the Olympic Games and various sports brands.
ABOUT ABERDEEN YOUTH GAMES
The Aberdeen Youth Games will see around 1,500 pupils take part in a number of projects culminating in a final event which will be held at Aberdeen Sports Village on Friday, 16 May, 2014. The six-month project, which is being run by Robert Gordon University (RGU)’sSport and Exercise Science team and Sport Aberdeen, was launched at Kaimhill Primary School in Garthdee, on Friday, November 15. As part of the initiative, more than 30 second year BSc (Hons) Applied Sports and Exercise students from RGU will receive training in squash, badminton and athletics coaching, and deliver these sports to P4 to P7 pupils across the city as part of their work placements in the New Year.
Olympic Gold medalist Katherine Grainger and businessman Sir Ian Wood have become the official ambasadors for Aberdeen Youth Games. Additionally Aberdeen Youth Games event has won a gold game changer award.