|This article is official! This means that it is a part of the published Rainbow Magic series.|
|Magical Item(s) / Animal(s)||Swimming cap, bike bell, trainers|
|Symbol(s)||Gold lightning bolts|
|Special Thanks||Narinder Dhami|
|Publish date|| 1 March 2012|
1 May 2012
4 February 2016 (Early Reader)
|Rainbow Magic order|
Olympia the Games Fairy is the 21st fairy in the Holiday Special Fairies series.
When naughty Jack Frost steals the three magical objects belonging to Olympia the Games Fairy, sporting events in both the human and the fairy worlds start going haywire! Kirsty and Rachel must retrieve Olympia's precious items to save both the Melford Triathlon and the Fairyland Games.
Olympia has long blonde hair in a ponytail with a side braid. She wears a lilac running outfit with a gold pattern on the legs, a tan yellow tracksuit jacket gold stud earrings and gold and pink trainers in UK. She also has pointy and pink tinted wings.
In the US version, she wears a red running outfit with a blue pattern on the legs, a blue tracksuit top, red stud earrings and blue and white trainers. Her wings are pointy and pink tinted.
Symbol: Gold lightning bolts.
- The Sparkling Swimming Cap: makes sure swimming events are safe and fun.
- The Musical Bicycle Bell: ensures cycling races run smoothly.
- The Tireless Trainers: makes sure that running events are enjoyable and successful.
Job: To look after all Games and Triathlons in the human world and Fairyland.
Jack Frost's Poem
I want to cycle and swim and run,
And I have to win or it's simply no fun.
But I don't want to train and have aching feet,
I'd much rather steal and lie and cheat!
Olympia's magic can give me a hand,
So, goblins, off to Fairyland!
We'll steal her magical objects away,
Then lots of medals will come my way!
The sparkling swimming cap makes you swim fast,
In the tireless trainers I'll never come last.
I'll win with the musical bicycle bell,
I'm going for gold, as you can tell!
- This Rainbow Magic Special was specially designed for the London 2012 Games.
- Her book has been converted into a Early Reader book.
Olympia's name comes from the Ancient Greek plain, Olympia. Olympia was the site where the first Olympic games were held, hence the name Olympic.