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  • 1. NATIONAL &INTERNATIONAL SPORTS ORGANIZATIONS & EVENTS
  • 2. IOC The International Olympic Committee is the supreme authority of the Olympic Movement. Acting as a catalyst for collaboration between all parties of the Olympic family, from the National Olympic Committees (NOCs), the International Sports Federations (IFs), the athletes, the Organising Committees for the Olympic Games (OCOGs), to the TOP partners, broadcast partners and United Nations agencies, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) shepherds success through a wide range of programmes and projectsINTERNATIONAL SPORTSORGANIZATIONS & EVENTS
  • 3.  On this basis it ensures the regular celebration of the Olympic Games, supports all affiliated member organizations of the Olympic Movement and strongly encourages, by appropriate means, the promotion of the Olympic values.International Olympic Committee
  • 4.  To encourage and support the promotion of ethics in sport as well as education of youth through sport and to dedicate its efforts to ensuring that, in sport, the spirit of fair play prevails and violence is banned. To encourage and support the organization, development and coordination of sport and sports competitions; To ensure the regular celebration of the Olympic GamesIn detail the role of the IOC, accordingto the Olympic Charter, is:
  • 5. To cooperate with the competent public or private organizations and authorities in the Endeavour to place sport at the service of humanity and thereby to promote peace. To take action in order to strengthen the unity and to protect the independence of the Olympic Movement. To act against any form of discrimination affecting the Olympic Movement;IOC
  • 6. To encourage and support the promotion of women in sport at all levels and in all structures with a view to implementing the principle of equality of men and women. To lead the fight against doping in sport. To encourage and support measures protecting the health of athletes. To oppose any political or commercial abuse of sport and athletes;IOC
  • 7.  To encourage and support the efforts of sports organizations and public authorities to provide for the social and professional future of athletes. To encourage and support the development of sport for all. To encourage and support a responsible concern for environmental issues, to promote sustainable development in sport and to require that the Olympic Games are held accordingly.IOC
  • 8.  To promote a positive legacy from the Olympic Games to the host cities and host countries. To encourage and support initiatives blending sport with culture and education. To encourage and support the activities of the International Olympic Academy (IOA) and other institutions which dedicate themselves to Olympic education.IOC
  • 9.  The IOC was created on 23 June 1894. the 1st Olympic Games of the modern era opened in Athens on 6 April 1896. And the Olympic Movement has not stopped growing ever since. The Olympic Movement encompasses organizations, athletes and other persons who agree to be guided by the principles of the Olympic Charter. Its composition and general organization are governed by Chapter 1 of the Charter. The Movement comprises three main constituents:IOC
  • 10.  The IOC: the supreme authority of the Movement. The International Federations (IFs): these are international non-governmental organizations administering one or several sports at world. The National Olympic Committees: their mission is to develop, promote and protect the Olympic Movement in their respective countriesIOC
  • 11.  is the global governing body of the Paralympics Movement. Its purpose is to organize the summer and winter Paralympics Games and act as the International Federation for nine sports, supervising and coordinating World Championships and other competitions. The vision of the IPC, run by 200 members, is ‘To enable Paralympic athletes to achieve sporting excellence and inspire and excite the world.’The International ParalympicCommittee (IPC)
  • 12.  The IPC is composed of a General Assembly, Governing Board, Management Team and various Standing Committees and Councils. As members of the IPC, International Sport Federations (IFs), National Paralympic Committee’s (NPCs), International Organizations of Sport for the Disabled (IOSD’s) and Regional Organizations have the right to submit motions, vote at meetings, nominate candidates for appropriate IPC bodies and participate in IPC activities.The International ParalympicCommittee (IPC)
  • 13. Paralympic Games
  • 14.  The Paralympic Games are the pinnacle of the career of Paralympic athletes and motivate others to participate or engage in Paralympic sports. They were first held in Rome, Italy in 1960 and featured 400 athletes from 23 countries competing in 13 sports. Since then the Games have taken place every four years in the same year as the Olympic Games.Paralympic Games
  • 15. Paralympic Games
  • 16.  Over the years the Paralympic Games have grown dramatically attracting more athletes, countries, sports, spectators and media coverage. The Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games saw 3,951 athletes from 146 countries compete in 20 sports. Around 3.5 million spectators saw the Games in the venues and the cumulated worldwide television audience was close to 3.8 billion.Paralympic Games
  • 17.  The London 2012 Paralympic Games broke all records with more than 4,250 athletes from 164 countries taking part in 20 sports and a record 2.7 million tickets were sold to spectators. The Games are now one of the world’s largest multi-sport eventsParalympic Games
  • 18.  ICHPERD·SD is the largest, membership- based international and umbrella organization that includes professors, teachers, researchers, coaches, educators and administrators in the fields of HPERSD and related areas, as well as educational or research institutions and departments, colleges and universities, governmental and non-governmental national and international organizations.International Council for Health,Physical Education, Recreation,Sport, and Dance. ICHPER
  • 19.  (FIMS) was established in 1928, shortly after the first of the modern Olympic Games was held. FIMS is a structured and well-organised association, strongly committed to the promotion of the study and development of sports medicine throughout the world. The purpose and administration of FIMS is clearly set out in its Statutes and By-Laws. FIMS is made up of continental and national sportsFIMS medicine associations, as well as multinational groups and individual members.The International Fédération ofSports Médicine FédérationInternationale de Médecine duSport
  • 20.  Founded in 1949, FISU stands for Fédération Internationale du Sport Universitaire (International University Sports Federation) FISUs main responsability is the supervision of both the Summer and Winter Universiades, as well as the World University Championships. The General Assembly representing its members (163 National University Sports Federations) is FISUs main governing body.FISU
  • 21.  The Universiades The Universiade is an international sporting and cultural festival which is staged every two years in a different city. The Summer Universiade consists of 10 compulsory sports with 13 compulsory disciplines The World University Championships FISUs other important sporting events are the World University Championships (WUC).FISU
  • 22.  The World Anti-Doping Agencys (WADA) mission is to lead a collaborative worldwide campaign for doping-free sport WADA was established in 1999 as an international independent agency composed and funded equally by the sport movement and governments of the world. Its key activities include scientific research, education, development of anti-doping capacities, and monitoring of the World Anti Doping Code (Code) – the document harmonizing anti-doping policies in all sports and all countries.WADAThe World Anti-Doping Agency
  • 23.  WADA is a Swiss private law Foundation. Its seat is in Lausanne, Switzerland, and its headquarters are in Montreal, Canada.WADAThe World Anti-Doping Agency
  • 24.  Association football: Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) Aquatics (swimming, diving, synchronized swimming, water polo and open water swimming): Fédération Internationale de NAtation (FINA) Archery: World Archery Federation (WA) Athletics (covering track and field, road running, cross country running and racewalking): International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) Badminton: Badminton World Federation (BWFFederations recognized by theInternational Olympic Committee (IOC)
  • 25.  Basketball: Fédération Internationale de Basketball (FIBA) Boxing (amateur): International Boxing Association (AIBA) Canoeing: International Canoe Federation (ICF) Cycling: Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI / ICU) Equestrianism: Fédération Équestre Internationale (FEI)Federations
  • 26.  Fencing: Fédération Internationale dEscrime (FIE) Golf: International Golf Federation (IGF) Gymnastics, (including rhythmic gymnastics, sports acrobatics, sports aerobics, trampolining and tumbling): Fédération Internationale de Gymnastique (FIG / IFG) Handball (team): International Handball Federation (IHF) Hockey (field): International Hockey Federation (FIH)Federations
  • 27. Judo: International Judo Federation (IJF) Modern pentathlon: Union Internationale de Pentathlon Moderne (UIPM) Rowing: Fédération Internationale des Sociétés dAviron (FISA) Rugby union: International Rugby Board (IRB) Sailing: International Sailing Federation (ISAF)Federations
  • 28.  Rugby union: International Rugby Board (IRB) Sailing: International Sailing Federation (ISAF) Shooting: International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) Table tennis: International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) Taekwondo: World Taekwondo Federation (WTF) Tennis: International Tennis Federation (ITF)Federations
  • 29.  Triathlon: International Triathlon Union (ITU) Volleyball and Beach volleyball: Fédération Internationale de Volleyball (FIVB) Weightlifting: International Weightlifting Federation (IWF) Wrestling: Fédération Internationale des Luttes Aociées (FILA)Federations
  • 30.  Indian Olympic Association IOA Archery Association of India A.A.I. Amateur Athletics Federation of India A.A.F.I. Badminton Association Of India B.A.I. Basketball Federation of India B.F.I. Billiards and Snooker Federation of India B&S.F.I. Indian Body Building Federation IBBFNational SportsFederations/Associations of India
  • 31.  Indian Amateur Boxing Federation IABF Bridge Federation of India BFI All India Carrom Federation AICF All India Chess Federation AICF Board of Control for Cricket in India BCCI Womens Cricket Association of India WCAI Cycling Federation of India CFI Equestrian Federation of India EFI All India Football Federation AIFFNational SportsFederations/Associations of India
  • 32.  The Indian Golf Union IGU Gymnastics Federation of India GFI Indian Hockey Federation IHF Indian Womens Hockey Federation IWHF Judo Federation of India JFI Amateur Kabbadi Federation of India AKFI Kho-kho Federation of India KKFI Indian Power Lifting Federation IPF National Rifle Federation of India NRFINational SportsFederations/Associations of India
  • 33.  Rowing Federation of India RFI Squash Racket Federation of India SRFI Swimming Federation of India SFI Table Tennis Federation of India TTFI Taekwondo Federation of India TFI All India Tennis Association AITA Volleyball Federation of India VFI Indian Weightlifting Federation IWF Wrestling Federation of India WFINational SportsFederations/Associations of India
  • 34.  Indian Style Wrestling Federation ISWF Yachting Association of India YAI Indian Kayaking and Canoeing Association. IKCANational SportsFederations/Associations of India
  • 35.  It is often said that the top three world sporting events are the Olympic games, FIFA World Cup and the Rugby World Cup. Soccer World Cup World Cup Soccer — the next World Cup is to be held in 2014 in Brazil. Did you know that Soccer is played on every continent and the soccer World Cup is the most viewed event in the world, with over 30 billion people watching the 2006 World Cup in Germany and even more in South Africa 2010. 30 Billion - thats more than the worlds population.Major World Sporting Events
  • 36.  CONGRATULATIONS to Spain, the 2010 Champions. The next event is in 2014 in Brazil. Also congratulations to the future hosts Russia and Qatar In 1930, The Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) held soccers first World Cup tournament in Montevideo, Uruguay. After another two events in 1934 (Italy) and 1938 (Fraqnce), there was a 12 year break due to the World War, before recommencing in 1950 in Brazil. The World Cup has been held every four years since then. Brazil is the only country to have competed in every World Cup finals series, and are also the most successful country with five victories.World Cup Soccer
  • 37.  The London Olympic Games is now over, and we look forward to the next. In October 2009, Rio was named the host in 2016, and will become the first South American city to host the Olympic Games. History of the Olympics Before the Modern Games The first recorded ancient Olympic Games were held in 776 BC, held in Olympia, Greece. The Ancient Olympics continued every four year, finishing about 394 ADOlympic Games- Summer Olympics
  • 38. Discus throw
  • 39. Shot put
  • 40.  MODERN OYMPIC GAMES In 1894, a French educator Baron Pierre de Coubertin, proposed a revival of the ancient tradition, and thus the modern- day Olympic Summer Games were born. The first Olympic Games of the modern era were held in Athens in 1896. Women first competed at the 1900 Paris GamesOlympic Games
  • 41. Olympic Games
  • 42.  Because of World War I and World War II, there were no Olympic Games in 1916, 1940, or 1944 At the first Olympic Games in 1896, there were nine sports contested. Since that time many sports have been added (and removed too) from the program. Only five sports have been contested at every summer Olympic games since 1896: Athletics, Cycling, Fencing, Gymnastics and Swimming. In 2012 there will be 26 sports contested.MODERN OYMPIC GAMES(SUMMER)
  • 43. MODERN OYMPIC GAMES
  • 44.  The Olympic Rings and Flag The design of the official Olympic flag, which is five interconnected rings on a white background, was created Pierre de Coubertin in 1914. The colors are (from left to right) blue, yellow, black, green, and red. It was first flown at the Antwerp Olympic stadium in 1920.MODERN OYMPIC GAMES
  • 45.  The five Olympic rings represent the five major regions of the world – Africa, the Americas, Asia, Europe and Oceania, and are interconnected to symbolize the friendship to be gained from these international competitions. The colors were chosen because at least one of them appeared on the flag of every country in the world.The Olympic Rings and Flag
  • 46. The Olympic Rings
  • 47. polevault
  • 48.  The modern Olympic game was created to replicate the tradition of the ancient Olympic Games, and throughout the modern history of the Games there are many traditions of its own that have become an essential part of the Olympics.Olympic Games Traditions
  • 49.  Pierre de Coubertin wrote an oath for the athletes to recite at each Olympic Games. During the opening ceremonies, one athlete recites the oath on behalf of all the athletesThe Oath "In the name of all the competitors, I promise that we shall take part in these Olympic Games, respecting and abiding by the rules which govern them, committing ourselves to a sport without doping and without drugs, in the true spirit of sportsmanship, for the glory of sport and the honor of our teams."The Olympic Oath
  • 50. Hurdle races
  • 51.  The Creed "The most important thing in the Olympic Games is not to win but to take part, just as the most important thing in life is not the triumph but the struggle. The essential thing is not to have conquered but to have fought well."The Olympic Creed
  • 52.  In 1921 Pierre de Coubertin borrowed a Latin phrase from his friend, Father Henri Didon, for the Olympic motto. The motto in Latin is "Citius, Altius, Fortius" - which translates in English as "Swifter, Higher, Stronger"The Olympic Motto
  • 53.  The Olympic Hymn is played when the Olympic Flag is raised The music for the hymn was composed by Spyros Samaras and the words added by Greeces national poet, Kostis Palamas The Olympic Hymn was first played at the 1896 Olympic Games in Athens, but wasnt declared the official hymn by the IOC until 1957. The 1960 Games was the first that the Olympic Hymn was played for since the first gamesThe Olympic Hymn
  • 54. HIGH JUMP
  • 55.  The Olympic flame represents a number of things, including purity and the endeavor for perfection. The lighting of the Olympic flame is a practice continued from the ancient Olympic Games. It all starts at the ancient site of Olympia in Greece, where a flame is ignited by the sun rays reflected off a curved mirror, and then is kept burning until the closing of the Olympic Games. The flame is lit by women dressed in ancient-style robes, resembling those worn in ancient times, and using a curved mirror and the sunThe Olympic Flame
  • 56. HIGH JUMP
  • 57.  In 1936, the chairman of the organizing committee for the 1936 Olympic Games, Carl Diem, suggested what is now the modern Olympic Torch relay. The flame was kindled in Olympia, home of the ancient Olympics, and then relayed first in Greece and then transported all the way to Berlin via a torch relay Each Olympic Games organizing Committee has designed a unique torch for the relay. Descriptions of each torch is below.The Olympic Torches
  • 58.  The Olympic Games torch relay tradition begins with the Olympic flame being lit by the suns rays at the ancient site of Olympia, after which it is passed by torch from runner to runner to the Olympic stadium in the host city. As such, the relay represents a continuation from the ancient Olympic Games to the modern OlympicsThe Olympic Torch Relay
  • 59.  In the ancient Olympics, no medals were awarded. The first-place winner was given an olive branch to wear on his head. The second and third place winners did not receive anything. At the opening ceremony, the Olympic flag is raised while the Olympic hymn is played. The torch relay arrives and the flame is lit. The Olympic Oath and Creed is also saidOlympic Medals
  • 60. The Olympic Opening Ceremony
  • 61. The Olympic Opening Ceremony
  • 62. The Olympic Opening Ceremony
  • 63. The Olympic Opening Ceremony
  • 64.  The opening ceremony has become a major entertainment spectacle, costing millions of dollars to stage. It has come a long way since the first opening ceremonies held during the 1908 Olympic Games in London, where for the first time, athletes marched into the stadium behind their nations flags.The Olympic Opening Ceremony
  • 65. The Olympic Opening Ceremony
  • 66. The Olympic Opening Ceremony
  • 67. HIGH JUMP
  • 68.  National anthems are an important part of the Olympic Games. The winning team or athletes national anthem was first played with the raising of the country flag at the 1924 Olympic Games According to Olympic rules, national anthems cannot be longer than 80 seconds in length, which means that some countries have had to create a shortened version of their anthem.National Anthems
  • 69. HIGH JUMP
  • 70.  Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna- India’s highest honor given for achievement in sports. Arjuna Award— Recognizes outstanding achievement in National sports. Dronacharya award- an award presented by the government of India for excellence in sports coaching. Dhyan Chand Award- Indias highest award for lifetime achievement in sports and games. The award is named after the legendary Indian hockey player Dhyan Chand MAKA Award. The Maulana Abul Kalam Azad (MAKA) Award is given primarily to the top overall winners in the Inter-University TournamentsNational Sports Awards
  • 71.  The Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna (RGKR) is India’s highest honour given for achievement in sports. The words "Khel Ratna" literally mean "sports gem" in Hindi. The award is named after the late Rajiv Gandhi, former Prime Minister of India. It carries a medal, a scroll of honour and a substantial cash component. Up to 2004–05, the cash component was Rs. 500,000/- (c.11,500 USD).The money has been increased from Rs. 500,000 to Rs. 750,000Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna
  • 72.  The Arjuna Awards were instituted in 1961 by the government of India to recognize outstanding achievement in National sports. The award carries a cash prize of 500,000, a bronze statuette of Arjuna and a scroll. Over the years the scope of the award has been expanded and a large number of sportspersons who belonged to the pre-Arjun Award era were also included in the list. Further, the number of disciplines for which the award is given was increased to include indigenous games and the physically handicapped category.Arjuna Award
  • 73. Arjuna Award
  • 74.  As per the revised guidelines, to be eligible for the Award, a sportsperson should not only have had good performance consistently for the previous three years at the international level with excellence for the year for which the Award is recommended, but should also have shown qualities of leadership, sportsmanship and a sense of discipline.Arjuna Award
  • 75.  From the year 2001, the award is given only in disciplines falling under the following categories: Olympic Games / Asian Games / Commonwealth Games / World Cup / World Championship Disciplines and Cricket Indigenous Games Sports for the Physically ChallengedArjuna Award
  • 76.  Dronacharya Award is an award presented by the government of India for excellence in sports coaching. The award comprises a bronze statuette of Dronacharya, a scroll of honour and a cash component of Rs.500,000. The award was instituted in 1985. As the best sportsperson award is named Arjuna Award, it is appropriate that the coaching award is named after Dronacharya, as he was the Guru of Arjuna.Shri B.I. Fernadez is the First foreign Coach who was awarded by Dronacharya Award in 2012.Dronacharya Award
  • 77.  Dhyan Chand Award is Indias highest award for lifetime achievement in sports and games, given by the Government of India.[1] The award is named after the legendary Indian hockey player Dhyan Chand. The award was initiated in 2002.[1] The award carries a cash prize of INR 5 lakh (500,000 rupees), a statuette,ceremonial dress and a scroll of honourDhyan Chand Award