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How you can take part in the My Games show

A young Olympics fan
We're looking for fans of all ages from anywhere in the world
The 2008 Olympics are underway, and the BBC is looking for fans from all around the world.

Do you have a webcam? If so, you could appear live on BBC World News during the Games.

We want to hear about the impact of the Olympics in your country.

Which athletes will you be watching, and why? What events particularly interest you?

Are you travelling to Beijing? How will you celebrate when someone from your country wins gold?

Don't worry if you don't have a webcam, we'd still like to hear from you - you can send us photos and videos from wherever you are in the world.

About the show

My Games is being broadcast live on BBC World News throughout the Olympics.

We are on air at 12:45 GMT on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays. Each show features panels of people from all around the globe talking live on TV using webcams.

We discuss a wide range of issues - not just the Olympics events, but the impact of the national performances around the world.

We are really interested in finding out about the passion that people have for the Olympics. We are hoping to hear all their stories and find out what people around the world are doing for the games and how they are celebrating in each country.


If you would like to take part, please fill in the form below telling us what country you're from and how we can contact you.

You can also send your pictures and video of anything related to the Olympics to:

mygames@bbc.co.uk or text them to +44 7725 100 100. If you have a large file you can upload here.Click here to see terms and conditions

At no time should you endanger yourself or others, take any unnecessary risks or infringe any laws.

Name:
Email address:
Town and Country:
Phone number (optional):
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