For first time in Olympic and Paralympic history, popular characters are available in classic Lego brick form
Olympic mascot Vinicius and his Paralympic buddy Tom are rocking a brand-new look. For the first time in history, there's a Lego version of the official mascots of the Games. Vinicius and Tom, named after two icons of Brazilian music (Vinicius de Moraes and Tom Jobim), have become popular figures across the country in the run-up to the Rio 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games. In their Lego incarnations, they consist of 197 pieces in total and are suitable for children aged seven and up.
Kids, collectors and other Lego enthusiasts can find Tom and Vinicius in all their Lego finery in official Rio 2016 shops in Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo airports. Find out all about the Rio 2016 mascots The Rio 2016 mascots also have their own cartoon series, check it out on our YouTube channel. 'Carioca Sisters' to join Rio 2016 mascots in new series on Cartoon Network