The mascot of the 1980 Moscow Olympics was a bear named Misha.
Misha The Bear Cub
Misha the bear.
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The mascot of the 1980 Olympic games in Moscow was a bear cub called Misha. The bear was chosen as it was the national symbol of the Soviet Union. The Olympic Games have had a mascot since the 1968 Winter Olympics in Grenoble, France. Misha was the first major mascot in the Olympic Games. Misha was used extensively during the opening and closing ceremonies, had a TV animated cartoon and appeared on several merchandise products.
No, there wasn't a mascot in 1956, but there was an Olympic logo thingie that was the main substances.
The Olympic mascot is a marketing device to get more people interested in watching or attending the Olympics.
The Olympic mascot - Wendover.
no they dident
no. he is a official sidekick
The first official Olympic mascot was Waldi the dachshund in 1972 at the Munich Olympic Games. Though in Mexico and prior to this there were unofficial mascots as well.
Hodori was the mascot for the1988 Seoul Summer Olympics.
Waldi was in the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich, Germany and he was a Dashund. He took the place of the first Olympic mascot
The Moscow Olympic bear "Misha" was developed by the renowned illustrator of children's books Victor Chizikov.
The most recent Olympic mascot for the 2004 Athens Summer Olympics were Athena and Phevos. The most recent Olympic mascot for the 2006 Turin Winter Olympics were Neve, a female snowball, and Gliz, a male ice block.