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Olympic Sport Governance Chapter 13

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Identification International Olympic Committee (IOC) International Federations (IF) National Olympic Committees (NOC) United States Olympic Committee (USOC) Ted Stevens Olympic and Amateur Sports Act National Governing Bodies (NGB) USA Basketball, USA Track and Field ect. Section 13

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History of the Olympic Games Ancient Olympics 1 st Olympics 776 BC Wars were halted for challenges Only Greek men took an interest Modern Olympics Baron Pierre de Coubertin (Father) 1896, 1 st advanced diversions in Athens, Greece Today, Summer & Winter Olympic Games 2010-Youth Olympics (ages 14 to 18) Chapter 13

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The Olympic Games (OG) Most critical donning rivalry on the planet Scheduled at regular intervals for summer and winter occasions Olympic gold awards frequently mean acknowledgment, monetary achievement, country building, and legitimization of political belief systems. “Faster, Higher, Stronger” proverb Media event with 2.5 billion TV viewers Cultural celebration International political stage Chapter 13

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Governance Three Main Levels: 1. Universal Olympic Committee (IOC) 2. National Olympic Committee (NOC) 3. Sorting out Committee for Olympic Games (OCOG) Chapter 13

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International Olympic Committee (IOC) June 23, 1894 Founded to administer Olympic association & strategy Headquarters in Lausanne, Switzerland Non-benefit association Independent of any legislature or nationality Members chose from overall donning group Chapter 13

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IOC Facts : Non-Profit Organization Ownership of Rights to Olympic Games Hosting Country Guaranteed Some $$$ “Sport w/o Money Today is Impossible” Future Olympics…get $$$ from Hosting Rights Fees Chapter 13

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IOC Organizational structure (3 segments): 1. The Session General meeting of IOC individuals Adopt/alter approach 2. The Executive Board Management/general bearing of IOC between gatherings Specific obligations The Office of President chose from individuals from the session Official representative of IOC Initial eight-year term (re-decision one 4-yr term) Chapter 13

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IOC Executive Board Chapter 13

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IOC Mission Encourage sport improvement, coordination, and cooperation Ensure that the amusements are held consistently Promote peace, sport morals, reasonable play, and sympathy toward the earth Fight separation, viciousness, doping, and other wellbeing jeopardizing practices Oppose political or business misuse of competitors and game Serve Olympic development Organize & oversee arrangement for arranging of OG’s Further cause & comprehension of OG’S Concerned with what is best for the Olympics Not what is best for home nation Support the International Olympic Academy and the investigation of the Olympics Chapter 13

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International Federations (IF) The International Federations represent their game at a worldwide level They guarantee the advancement and improvement of game and the competitors\' advancement who hone it, at all levels During the Olympic Games, the International Federations are in charge of the useful association of the games occasions on the project All the specialized parts of a game are their responsibiâ­lity: the principles, hardware, venues, judging, and so on. Global Federations like the (IAAF), for instance, additionally lead all through rivalry medication testing Chapter 13

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National Olympic Committee (NOC) Controls operations & strategy for specific nation Selects agents to speak to country Selects city w/in country as Olympic host site United states Olympic board (USOC) Founded 1894 Selected Chicago as host site for 2016 summer Olympics Chapter 13

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United State Olympic Committee (USOC) Mission : Govern, oversee, advance, & contacts w/in & outside U.S. For exercises of: Olympics Paralympics Pan American diversions “Premier sports organization” in U.S. Financials : Non-benefit affiliation (spending plan $491M) Does not get central government sponsorships Olympic promoting & deals rights/corporate organizations U.S. Olympic establishment Chapter 13

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USOC Olympic game associations (39) Pan American sport associations (6) Affiliated game associations (4) Community-based multi-sport associations (20) Education-based multi-sport associations (4) Armed powers (4) Chapter 13

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USOC Organizational Structure : 500 staff & volunteers Board of Directors Ultimate power & obligation Business, arrangement improvement, USOC races & exercises Active competitors 20% of BOD make-up Officers Responsible for business operations President (chose volunteer) CEO (paid worker) Chapter 13

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USOC Executive Committee Develop particular strategies for BOD to consider Oversees business operations Selects & assesses CEO Other Committees Deals w/zones of significance & concern Governance Special team Ethics Chapter 13

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USOC Chapter 13

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Organizing Committees for Olympic Games (OCOG) Formed after a city gets the offer to have the OG Developed to oversee one occasion at once Mission : Reflects standards of Olympic development Host the best Be the best Show the world the best Olympic Games ever Financials : Olympic Games = Big business Objective: have a money overflow ($$$ left over) Corporate sponsorship Government stipends Television rights Licensing stock Ticket deals Chapter 13

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OCOG Membership: Paid proficient staff & volunteers Organizational structure: Board of chiefs Governs & oversee occasion arranging President Act for the benefit of load up between gatherings Committees Manage particular business operations Chapter 13

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National Sport Governing Bodies (NGB) Each NGB is in charge of supporting and endorsing rivalries open to every single qualified competitor in its nation. NGB’s set the qualifying guidelines, national strategies and qualification necessities for support in their particular games. NGB’s are in charge of the readiness, advancement, and determination of the Olympic groups in their individual games. USA Track and Field (USATF) is the NGB in charge of the administration and course of the United States Track and Field Championships Chapter 13

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Function of the Main Governing Bodies IOC Ethics Development of rivalries “Celebration of the Olympic Games” Cooperation with related associations Promotion of ladies in game Health Elimination of doping Securing a future for game Olympic training Positive legacy USOC “To bolster United States Olympic and Paralympic competitors in accomplishing maintained aggressive perfection and protect the Olympic standards, and in this manner motivate all Americans.” (USOC Bylaws. 2006) Chapter 13

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Authority IOC Localized administration and power of the Games Copyrights Trademarks Host city choice USOC National Championships Recommending competitors for Olympic groups Funds for universal rivalry Designating groups for non-major worldwide rivalry Chapter 13

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Requirements for Membership IOC Membership : Max. 115 Individuals Up to 70 Years of Age Elected By General Assembly USOC Membership : 78 part associations Categories Chapter 13

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Olympic Sport Issues Financing Host City Selection Image and Politics of the Olympic Games Reorganization Security Selection of New Olympic Sports Decertification of Olympic Sports Sponsorships Substance Abuse and Doping Chapter 13

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Financing Marketing Commission Broadcast rights (53%) Licensing and different incomes (2%) Ticketing (11%) Sponsorship (34%) Chapter 13

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IOC Legacy of Wealth Key dates and powerful focuses in adding to the riches: Originally financed by duty cash, altruism, state, government, metropolitan commitments 1936 (Berlin): initially broadcast Olympics 1956 (Melbourne): first refinement in the middle of news and amusement (3min/day) 1950s-1970s: progressing battle between keeping the Games “amateur” Avery Brundage, IOC President: “Olympic Games turned into a colossal business venture rather than another games event” (1960s) Since 1980s: “corporatization” – business premium and corporate personality Peter Ueberoth Chair of LAOOC (1984) was charged by commodifying the Olympic light: group associations, organizations or people pay $3,000 for the honor of conveying the Olympic fire. Section 13

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Host City Selection “Two-phase” race continuing Implemented December 1999 for 2008 First Phase NOC of every nation chooses a city and each chose city then turns into a candidate for the IOC to consider Second Phase Candidature record: a composed archive delivered by every Candidate city Visit from the IOC Evaluation Commission IOC meets and votes Chapter 13

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Image and Politics of the Olympic Games Image Ensuring autonomy from any administration or country Building an association free from misrepresentation Aiding in the battle for enhancing the world\'s condition Politics Bid Selection Committee Policy to fill opportunities inside of the association Lack of the incorporation of ladies The utilization and misuse of the Olympic Games for political increase Boycotting Chapter 13

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Reorganization Evaluation and change of a committee’s inner structure 2002 Winter Olympic offer disrespect IOC Membership tops IOC Member terms Committee creation The IOC additionally opened gatherings and money related reports to the media and for distribution Chapter 13

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Security Munich 1972 Impact of catastrophe Atlanta Games Olympic Park shelling Post 911 Olympic Games Security Closed venues Credentials Metal finders X-beam screening Hand seek Chapter 13

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Selection of New Olympic Spor

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