Thanks to all the designers who submitted designs.  The submission period has now ended and five designs have been shortlisted for public voting.  Voting will take place from 8 February to 21 February 2020, with our winner to be announced on 10 March 2020.


The Bermuda Olympic Association (BOA) is holding a design competition for a new "Team Bermuda" commercial logo that will be featured on athletes' non-competition wear, and in sponsorship materials. 

It will complement the national emblem, which will continue to be used on athletes' and officials' Opening/Closing Ceremony attire and competition kits.  A short list of contenders will be selected from submitted designs by a committee of the BOA.  Shortlisted designs will be put to a public vote.

The winning designer will receive: (1) Bragging rights; (2) Right to use the Term Bermuda logo under license in a portfolio and for promotion of his/her design services; (3) $1,000 travel voucher.


Logo designs must include:

  • Olympic Rings in five colours
  • Design to feature national team colours--navy blue and pink
  • "Team Bermuda" text

All other design elements are the choice of the designer, but should be representative of Bermuda

Submission format:

  • Vector artwork file (eps) of logo sized to 6" x 6" and set to CMYK colour profile
  • PDF of logo design
  • PDF mock up of logo design on a t-shirt or polo
  • A brief explanation of the design and how it represents Bermuda and our elite athletes.  (Sketches or roughs of the evolution of the design concept are welcome)
  • Biography of designer
  • Proof of designer's Bermudian status

Shortlisted designs will be announced on Thursday, 30 January 2020.

A public voting period to select the winning design will be held from 8 February through 21 February 2020.

The winning design will be announced on Tuesday, 10 March 2020.


Established in 1936, the Bermuda Olympic Association (BOA) is a registered charity and the sole local representative of the International Olympic Association, the Pan American Sports Organization, and the Commonwealth Games Federation, and oversees all matters pertaining to Bermuda and these international sporting festivals.  The BOA liaises with the local National Sport Governing Bodies to help identify Elite Athletes and to assist with and support their development so as to maximise their participation in the major Festivals. Find out more at


  • Competition open to professional graphic designers and graphic design students with Bermudian status
  • Designers will not be compensated for design submissions
  • Each designer may submit more than one design
  • Designs received after the submission deadline will not be considered
  • By submitting a design for consideration, the designer acknowledges and declares that he/she is the rightful owner and the person who created all elements of the logo, with the exception of the Olympic Rings, which are the property of the property of the International Olympic Committee and used under licence in Bermuda by the Bermuda Olympic Association.  The designer also certifies that said elements of the logo design do not infringe upon the rights of any third party and do not violate any copyright.
  • Designs submitted are the property of the Bermuda Olympic Association
  • The Bermuda Olympic Association will shortlist three to five designs for consideration by the public.  Shortlisted designs will be available for public viewing both online and at the Bermuda National Gallery in Hamilton
  • The design which receives the largest number of votes, subject to the absolute discretion of the Bermuda Olympic Association, will be declared the winner.  The Bermuda Olympic Association reserves the right where, in its absolute discretion, it considers that it is not appropriate in all the circumstances for that design to be used, to substitute that design with another
  • The design named as the winner disclaims any trademarks and without limitation all other rights related to the design, except as may otherwise be agreed by the Bermuda Olympic Association
  • The Bermuda Olympic Association reserves the right to amend the winning design