The first Olympic mascot ever


WORLD'S FIRST OLYMPIC MASCOT
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What was the world's first Olympic mascot?

With the history of mascots been long and colorful, it's amazing that the first Olympic mascot did not appear until 1968.

For the 1968 Olympics in Grenoble, Schuss, a cartoon character on skis became the Olympics' first unofficial mascot.

The Olympics did not adopt an official mascot until the 1972 games in Munich. Waldi, a colorful striped dachshund became the first official mascot of the Olympic Games.

Schuss Waldi



The first Olympic mascot ever

The first Olympic mascot ever

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