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olympic convention Olympic Message This message shows up on the scoreboard at each Olympic Recreations. It is credited to Nobleman Pierre de Coubertin. In any case, de Coubertin cited from a sermon lectured by the Minister of Focal Pennsylvania, in St Paul's House of prayer, London in 1908. Olympic Rings and Banner
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olympic convention Olympic Message This message shows up on the scoreboard at each Olympic Games. It is credited to Baron Pierre de Coubertin. In any case, de Coubertin cited from a sermon lectured by the Bishop of Central Pennsylvania, in St Paul’s Cathedral, London in 1908. Olympic Rings & Flag The Olympic image is five rings interconnected with three on the top and two on the base. Every ring is an alternate shading; blue, dark, red, yellow and green. No less than one of the six hues, including the white foundation, of the banner shows up in the banners\' majority of the contending countries. Pierre de Coubertin outlined this insignia in 1913. The five rings speak to the five mainlands included in the Olympic Games; Europe, Asia, Oceania, Africa and the Americas. The rings are the image which show up on the white Olympic banner. The banner initially showed up in 1914 in Paris. It flew over an Olympic stadium without precedent for 1920 at the Antwerp Games. Imitations fly over every single Olympic venue amid an Olympic Games

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olympic convention Olympic Motto “ Citius, Altius, Fortius ” is the maxim of the Olympic Games. It implies “ swifter, higher, more grounded ” and was made by Father Didon, a companion of Pierre de Coubertin. Olympic Flame The Olympic fire is lit by the sun\'s beams in Olympia, Greece and conveyed in a light, by a progression of runners, to the Opening Ceremony of the Games. At times there is have to transport the fire via air, this is finished by keeping the fire in what might as well be called a Davey light. The fire is smothered at the Closing Ceremony. The main light transfer was held in 1936 and for the Olympic Winter Games in 1964. The fire symbolizes the attempt for flawlessness, the battle for triumph, peace and fellowship. Olympic Medals must be no less than 60mm in distance across and 3mm in thickness. The main & second place decorations must be made of silver, of a fineness of no less than 925/1000. The 1 st place award must be plated containing no less than 9g of unadulterated gold.

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olympic convention Olympic Oath At the Opening Ceremony an agent of the considerable number of contenders must rehash the accompanying pledge: A comparative promise is tackled sake of all refs, authorities and judges. “ for the sake of all contenders, I guarantee that we will participate in these Olympic Games, regarding and keeping the principles which administer them, in the genuine soul of sportsmanship, for the radiance of game and honor of our groups. ” Olympic Hymn The Olympic psalm was composed by the Greek arranger, Spirou Samara and the words were included by Greek artist Cositis Palamas in 1896. The song was embraced by the International Olympic Committee in 1958 and is played at all authority Olympic services. click speaker to play psalm

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the British Olympic Association Vision “ To set up the British Olympic Association as the chief National Olympic Committee inside of the Olympic Movement .” Mission “ To expand the capability of Team GB competitors at future Olympic and Olympic Winter Games whilst adding to the Olympic Movement in the UK .” Key Objectives  To give world class administrations to all who sway on athletic execution at the Olympic and Olympic Winter Games.  To rouse youngsters to grasp the goals and estimations of Olympic game.  To mirror the levels of fabulousness connected with the Olympic Games in all parts of our work.  To enhance our position and impact as pioneers of first class sport.

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the British Olympic Association Objective Contributors To give world class administrations to all who sway on athletic execution at the Olympic Games  Provide authority and world class administrations in the Olympic environment  Deliver significant and centered complimentary administrations over the whole Olympiad  Prioritize administration procurement construct upon effect in light of execution  Engage in standard dialog with clients to address their issues To move youngsters to grasp the beliefs and estimations of Olympic game  Fund and build up the work of the Olympic Foundation  Utilize Youth Olympics as arrangement for future Olympic and Olympic Winter Games  Develop and ensure the Olympic Movement in the UK

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the British Olympic Association Objective Contributors continued… To reflect levels of fabulousness connected with the Olympic Games in all parts of our work  Develop an organization ethos of greatness  Recruit, create and hold proficient and roused staff  Address deficiencies and not acknowledge average quality To enhance our position and impact as pioneers of first class sport  Provide clear initiative at Olympic Games and on all issues which affect on execution  Deliver quality administration procurement over the Olympiad  Recruit and hold quality staff and chose authorities  Maintain an inventive, proactive and adaptable way to deal with administration procurement  Work in a joint effort with those working on both a UK and Home Country level  Increase political impact in the UK  Increase impact in global game

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the British Olympic Association History The British Olympic Association (BOA) was shaped at a meeting at the House of Commons on 24 May 1905. Ruler Desborough was the first Chairman. The Association included delegates of the accompanying games: fencing, life-sparing, cycling, skating, paddling, sports, rugby, football and bows and arrows. These games had administering bodies or clubs at the time. Ever-Present Great Britain is one of just 5 nations which has never neglected to be spoken to at the Olympic Games subsequent to 1896: Australia, France, Greece and Switzerland being the others. Of these, just France, Great Britain and Switzerland have additionally been available at all Olympic Winter Games. The BOA has helped with facilitating 2 Olympic Games in 1908 & 1948, and will likewise help with the Games\' facilitating in 2012. Group GB The group that the BOA sends to the Olympic Games is the Great Britain and Northern Ireland Olympic Team - known as Team GB. As being what is indicated the BOA speaks to Great Britain (England, Wales & Scotland), Northern Ireland, crown subordinate regions (counting the Isle of Man) and certain British abroad regions. The BOA is perceived by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) as a National Olympic Committee (NOC). The Olympic Charter expresses that just free states perceived by the global group can be perceived by the IOC as NOCs. In that capacity, any competitor coming to the important choice principles from Great Britain, Northern Ireland, the Channel Islands, the Isle of Man and any British abroad free region which in no time doesn’t have its own particular NOC would be qualified to contend as individuals from Team GB.

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the International Olympic Committee The preeminent power of the Olympic Movement is the International Olympic Committee . On the other hand, inside of the Movement there are three principle components:  The International Olympic Committee (IOC)  The International Sports Federations (IFs); and  The National Olympic Committees (NOCs). Their individual obligations are set out in the Olympic Charter which is distributed consistently. The part of the IOC is: “to empower and support the advancement of morals in game and in addition instruction of youth through game and to devote its endeavors to guaranteeing that, in game, the soul of reasonable play wins and viciousness is banned; to energize and support the association, improvement and coordination of game and games rivalries; to guarantee the general festival of the Olympic Games; to collaborate with the capable open or private associations and commanding voices in the try to place sport at the administration of mankind and in this way to advance peace; to make a move keeping in mind the end goal to fortify the solidarity and to ensure the freedom of the Olympic Movement; to act against any type of separation influencing the Olympic Movement to support and backing the advancement of ladies in game at all levels and in all structures with a perspective to actualizing the guideline of uniformity of men and ladies; to lead the battle against doping in game; to empower and bolster measures securing the strength of competitors; to restrict any political or business misuse of game and competitors; to empower and support the endeavors of games associations and open powers to accommodate the social and expert eventual fate of competitors; to energize and support the improvement of game for all; to energize and bolster a capable sympathy toward natural issues, to advance economical advancement in game and to oblige that the Olympic Games are held in like manner; to advance a positive legacy from the Olympic Games to the host urban areas and host nations; to empower and bolster activities mixing game with society and training; to empower and support the exercises of the International Olympic Academy and different establishments which devote themselves to Olympic education.” International Olympic Committee, ‘Role of the IOC’ in Olympic Charter

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the International Olympic Committee Structure The new individuals are chosen by the current IOC individuals. They must be nationals of the nation in which they have their home and the nation must have a National Olympic Committee perceived by the IOC. Besides, they must talk either English or French - the official dialects of the IOC. The President is chosen by the individuals by mystery vote for a beginning 8 year term. He/she may be re-chosen for a progressive four-year term. The IOC’s issues are overseen by the Executive Board by controlling the organization and authoritative str

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