OPENING CEREMONY DESIGN CONTEST
Rules & Prizes (HEREAFTER THE 'RULES')
Help design Liberia's Opening Ceremony costume or vote on what you think Liberia should wear at the Tokyo 2020 Parade of Nations!
Welcome to the Liberia Opening Ceremony Outfit Design Contest! Go Team Liberia, The Bridge Affect and the Liberia National Olympic Committee (LNOC) are searching for the outfit Liberia will wear at the Tokyo 2020 Opening Ceremony.
To be eligible for the contest you must be Liberian or of Liberian descent and can reside anywhere in the world. Contest participants should upload one drawing or picture of a completed design. Follow the directions on the UPLOAD PHOTO page and be original. ALL DESIGNS WILL BE UPLOADED TO SITE ON OCT 24. Once you submit your design, click on your profile in the upper right corner of the website and generate a password so you can keep up with your submission. Follow these easy steps to create a password for your contest account:
- Go to your "profile dashboard" by clicking on your username or the profile icon in the very top right corner of the screen.
- Select the "Edit My Profile" option.
- Scroll down to "Account Management" and click "Generate Password." Then you can replace the randomly generated password with a secure one that's easy to remember or write done the random one somewhere safe.
You will receive a welcome email with further instructions. Please add CONTACT@GOTEAMLIBERIA.COM to your email contacts and check your spam folder, if you do not receive it.
Voters can like their favorite designs once a day. Public voting begins 24 October and will end 7 November. Please read complete rules and guidelines before entering contest. There will be TWO ROUNDS — a public voting phase will determine the top five designers and a panel of select judges will determine the final winner. The winner will be revealed at the Opening Ceremony. Best wishes and may the best design win! Until then follow the Liberia Olympic Team and Liberia's other elite athletes on GoTeamLiberia.com and on our social media pages.