Frederick Ingram was named the winner of the Bermuda Olympic Association (BOA) competition to design a new logo.
Ingram's "Longtail Circle" logo, a longtail drawn in the national team's colours of deep blue and Bermuda pink, encircling the "Team Bermuda" text and five Olympic rings, received the most votes after five shortlisted designs were put to the public.
The winning design was put on display at a special reception at the Bermuda National Gallery.
It has also been submitted to the International Olympic Committee (IOC), which reviewed it and altered it slightly to fit with IOC brand standards.
It will be now be used as a commercial logo to complement the official National Olympic Committee emblem, appearing on BOA sponsorship materials and athletes’ non-competition and non-ceremonial kit at major international sports festivals.
Ingram received a BMD$1,000 (£770/$1,000/€915) travel voucher as a prize.
A total of 82 designs were received from 39 designers.
"We were very pleased with the response from designers and the public to our competition," BOA vice-president Brenda Dale said.
"We received a large number of high quality designs, and our contest generated a good deal of interest in the community, with many people taking the time to visit the National Gallery or vote online.
"We are more than pleased with the winning design.
"It is beautifully drawn, and the beloved Bermuda longtail featured in the emblem metaphorically represents our athletes soaring to new heights.
"We will be proud to feature the new commercial emblem on our sponsorship materials, fan wear and merchandise, and on our team’s non-competition kit at the upcoming Games."