Blizzard is bringing back the celebration of the Olympics in The burning Crusade this year, just like they originally did back in 2008.
Beginning on Friday the 23rd of July at midnight in all regions, players will be eligible to earn the Competitor's Tabard and Gold Medallion, which has only been obtainable back in 2008 for two weeks.
This event will go live alongside the delayed Midsummer Fire Festivale for The Burning Crusade.
Spirit of Competition 2021: How To Unlock The Competitor's Tabard In The Burning Crusade Classic
To unlock the Competitor's Tabard, players must participate in a Battleground, stay for the whole game, and no matter if they win or lose, players will be awarded the Tabard.
To then earn the Gold Medallion, players must equip the Tabard and re-enter Battlegrounds.
Each time a player wins a game, they have a chance to receive the Gold Medallion pet, which will be sent to their mailbox.
As the event has only been in the game for two weeks in the history of World of Warcraft and happened nearly 13 years ago, there is not a lot of information on drop rates, or if you indeed need to have the tabard equipped at all.
This event lines up with the last few days of the same-faction Battleground test Blizzard is holding this week, meaning Horde players should use this advantage to earn the Medallion before queues return to an hour.