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  • International Olympic Committee

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    Every four years, there will be an international sports event held. Under this topic, we are not talking about the FIFA World Cup, which hold in the next month, but the Olympics Games. Most of the Olympics Games can hold successfully, the credit of an international organization is indispensable. This international organization is International Olympic Committee (IOC). The IOC is an international non-governmental and non-profit organization, which constituted itself on 23 June 1894. They also have

  • Why The Ioc ( International Olympic Committee )

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    possible is to work in the world of laws. Several ways are available such as international law, where people work to keep peace between nations and states with several sets of rules and where human rights are a number one priority. The whole world attempts to agree to these conditions, but even if peace is not always possible between some nations, a special and specific event usually puts aside every worry. The Olympic Games. For around three weeks, it is possible to believe that the world is united

  • Sports is Warfare by Peaceful means

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    agreement between two or more parties. Using the Olympic Games as an example I will argue that it does have aspect of warfare. However Olympics doesn’t promote camaraderie which inhibits hostility because of factors such as the politics of choosing an Olympic host, cultural and economic exchange creating greater disparities and the role powerful nations play on worldview while reinforcing colonial ideologies. Politics has been inseparable from the modern Olympic Games since the decision in 1894 to revive

  • ee

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    After hicks incident a rumor spread that other olympics athletes were using performances enhancer. in 1967 the I.O.C (International Olympic Committee) Establishes Medical Commission to Fight Doping. the I.O.C stated “the International Olympic Committee establishes the Medical Commission to fight against doping in sports. The Commission is given three guiding principles: protection of the health of athletes, respect for medical and sport ethics, and equality for all competing athletes (ProCon.org

  • Overview of the Olympics

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    Overview of the Olympics The Olympic Games are an international sports competition. In the Olympics, athletes play in many types of games. Some athletes compete in the Summer Olympics. Some compete in the Summer Olympics. The Olympic Games are very old and have a very interesting history. The first Olympic Games were held in Greece in ancient times. They probably began in the sixth century B.C. The contests are held every four years in the summer. The first games lasted for only one day. There

  • The Nazi Olympics: The History Of The Nazi Olympics

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    The Nazi Olympics When The International Olympic Committee was deciding where the 1936 Olympic Games should be, no one expected that having the games in Berlin, Germany would bring such a fuss. The Nazi party rose to power two years prior to the olympic games. When the Olympic Committee released that the location of the olympics would be in Berlin, Germany, people weren’t too happy about it. Nazism was known for their racism and harsh ways (“Berlin” ). When the games were announced, countries debated

  • The 1936 Olympics: The History Of The 1936 Olympics

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    When The International Olympic Committee was deciding where the 1936 Olympic Games should be, no one expected that having the games in Berlin, Germany would bring such a fuss. The Nazi party rose to power two years prior to the olympic games. When the Olympic Committee released that the location of the olympics would be in Berlin, Germany, people weren’t too happy about it. Nazism was known for their racism and harsh ways (“Berlin” ). When the games were announced, countries debated whether or not

  • Importance Of Special Event Planning

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    today’s society is the Olympic Games. The Olympic Games have grown dramatically over the last 15-20 years, and this growth has forced executives in the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to reevaluate the methodology used to stage these games. No matter where the games are being hosted, the city is going to receive an influx in tourism and attention that will place the city under a tremendous amount of scrutiny and stress. Organizers from the International Olympic Committee have been pushing for

  • The Politic Games

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    that brought together people throughout the Greek world, millions of people have attended the Olympic Games and over four billion people throughout the world watch the Olympics on television. At the last Commonwealth Games in New Delhi, more than six thousand athletes from seventy-one different countries competed. An endless amount of spectators and participants are involved, regardless of the international event. These multi-sport competitions are becoming less of a platform to demonstrate athleticism

  • The Attractiveness of Companies to the Olympic Games

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    The Attractiveness of Companies to the Olympic Games Every four years there is a summer and similarly a winter Olympics, they are incredibly popular and effect a great number of peoples lives during the few weeks of the year that they run, for example in the Sydney 2000 Olympic games images of the games reached 3.7 billion viewers in a record 220 countries. In this essay I will examine the Olympic games and answer questions like why it is that they are so popular and why it is that companies

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