Samsung Celebrates Olympic Day With Samsung Health Olympic Day Step Challenge

on June 8, 2023
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In celebration of Olympic Day 2023 on June 23, Samsung is introducing its new Samsung Health Olympic Day Step Challenge on the Samsung Health app, encouraging users all around the world to log steps, stay active and enjoy the significant health benefits of daily movement.


Available in 18 countries,1 the Samsung Health Olympic Day Step Challenge will appear in a banner on the app on June 8 in anticipation of the event. The challenge will then begin on June 10 and end on Olympic Day itself, June 23. By simply tapping on the banner, Samsung Health users can join the challenge in seconds.


With an overall target of 100,000 steps, users will be encouraged by a congratulations message that pops up with each 20,000-step milestone achieved, while the “Together” tab in the app lets users access the “Challenge Map” and check their overall step count and ranking. Participants who manage to complete the whole challenge will be rewarded with a unique “Olympic Day Badge,” which will be displayed in the “My Page” section of the Samsung Health app.


The Samsung Health Olympic Day Step Challenge is part of the International Olympic Committee’s Let’s Move initiative, aiming to inspire and enable the world to move more every day. With every milestone congratulations message, Samsung Health Olympic Day Step Challenge participants will also be invited to join Let’s Move on Olympic Day. Find out how to join the movement at


With 64 million active users, Samsung Health will continue to organize large-scale events, celebrate global movements and make holistic health engaging and accessible for all.




1 Available in Australia, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Switzerland, the U.K., the U.S. and the UAE.

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