|The Sydney 2000 Pictograms:
be 28 sports and 19 associated
disciplines at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games.
The 34 sporting
pictograms represent 24 of
these sports and ten of the disciplines.
pictograms have been specially designed
for the Sydney Olympic Games to be used as a directional aid to
athletes and officials during the days of competition in 2000. This is
why some disciplines - rather than their controlling sport - have
pictograms if they are being contested at different times or at
For ease of
understanding, the 28 sports are:
baseball, basketball, boxing, canoe/kayak, cycling equestrian, fencing,
football, gymnastics, handball, hockey, judo, modern pentathlon,
sailing shooting, softball, table tennis, taekwondo, tennis, triathlon,
volleyball, weightlifting, wrestling.
these sports have disciplines, which
are separate competitions contested under the jurisdiction of a
sport. The seven sports and their disciplines are:
four disciplines - diving, swimming,
synchronized swimming and water polo.
two disciplines - slalom and
three disciplines: road, track and
three disciplines - dressage,
jumping and three-day event.
three disciplines - artistic,
rhythmic and trampolining.
two disciplines - volleyball and
beach volleyball (nb: volleyball discipline is played indoors. The
and the discipline share the same name).
two disciplines - freestyle and
Travis Cranley, Sports Publications