ZAGREB, 15th September 2013 - The Croatian Olympic Academy and Croatian School Sports Federation organized in the beginning of September the final selection of the best students’ presentations on the Olympics, which was this year’s theme on learning about international Olympism and the Olympic Movement. According to the agreement signed by these two prominent institutions in January 2013, this contest titled "School sports and the Olympic Movement”, is one of a series of projects of Olympic education in favor of ethical and moral standards in the raising of young generations.

ZAGREB, 15th September 2013 - The Croatian Olympic Academy and Croatian School Sports Federation organized in the beginning of September the final selection of the best students’ presentations on the Olympics, which was this year’s theme on learning about international Olympism and the Olympic Movement. According to the agreement signed by these two prominent institutions in January 2013, this contest titled “School sports and the Olympic Movement”, is one of a series of projects of Olympic education in favor of ethical and moral standards in the raising of young generations.
The base for learning about the Olympics was the book “What do you know about the Olympics?”, published by the Olympic Museum in Lausanne, which the Croatian Olympic Committee and the Croatian Olympic Academy have prepared in Croatian. Students, members of school sports associations, showed through numerous presentations, workshops or athletic performances a true understanding of the importance and reputation of the largest international sports event - the Olympic Games, and thereby gave their perception of the Games and their significance.
The most successful in the competition of primary and high schools were awarded the prizes and commemorative compensations.