Since London was named as the 2012 Olympics host, we've all been getting pretty excited about the build-up.
But how much do you know about the first everYouth Olympics in Singapore this summer?
This cut-out-and-keep Newsround guide should help!
- It's the first ever Youth Olympics (before there was the the World Youth Games)
- It's going to be held every four years, with a staggered Summer and Winter Games, just like the adult Olympics
- It's for athletes aged 14 to 18
- The summer version will be 12 days long, and the winter one will be up to nine days
There have been youth versions of the Olympics before, like the European Youth Olympics and the Australian Youth Olympics Festival But this is the first international Youth Olympics The official theme is: "Learning to know, learning to be, learning to do, and learning to live together." There are about 170 countries participating this summer in Singapore, and each one will send at least four athletes The sports involved will be pretty similar to the adult Olympics, but some disciplines like slalom canoeing, synchronised swimming and road cycling won't feature The athletes will be joined in Singapore by 1,450 officials, 1,500 media representatives, 20,000 local and international volunteers, and more than 370,000 spectators
The Youth Olympics torch