The IOC is an international non-governmental and non-profit organization, which constituted itself on 23 June 1894. They also have an unlimited duration in the form of an association. The organization recognized by the Swiss Federal Council according with an agreement signed on 1 November, 2000. Besides providing a platform for the athletes to battle or competition, the IOC has work out a mission.
“The mission of the IOC is to promote Olympism throughout the world and to lead the Olympic Movement.”
Besides this main purpose, the IOC has also positioning itself as some roles. Some of the ideas of its role are encourage and support the fair play of sports, oppose political or commercial abuse on athletes or sports, support the development of sports, initiatives blending sport with different culture and education et cetera.
The IOC has different powers on managing the Olympic Games, hence there are three organs exercising its power, they are the Session, the IOC Executive Board and the President respectively. They are each responsible for a different job, in order to make the Olympic smoothly.
The public most concerned about who is the next host city every four years. Actually, who have the power to make the decision? The IOC Executive Board will first determine the procedure, and then will pass to the Session and hold the election. In general, the election wil...
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... able to be the competitors of the Olympic Games, this is an internationally recognized action for them. If the IOC did not co-ordinate this event well, believe that the development of Olympic Games may not be as well as today.
Looking to the future, Rio 2016 Olympic Games will hold after two years, but some of the venues have not yet begun construction, infrastructure delays. One of the vice president of the IOC John Coates, feel dissatisfied about this, and also claimed this is "the worst" he has ever seen. Few days later, there are rumor that the Olympic Games will change to hold in London by Plan B. The IOC then denies this rumor.
Will Rio de Janeiro complete all the preparation work before the game hold? Is there really a plan B for the Olympic Games? We only have to wait and see, look forward for the next Olympic Games.
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