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  • Organisations (ll) http://www.olympic.org
  • The International Olympic Committee (IOC)
    • This is the top committee of the Olympic Movement. It is chosen from member counties. Its main jobs are:
    • To select the cities where the Games will be held.
    • To decide which sports will be included.
    • To work with the host city and other bodies to plan the Games
    • To lead the fight against doping in sport.
  • What the IOC have done….
    • Set up the WADA in 1999, in lead up to Sydney 2000.
    • Performed over 2000 out of competition urine tests on international athletes in 28 summer sports in 82 different nations.
  • Funding
    • Sale of TV rights.
    • TV company pay billions for the rights broadcast the Olympic Games.
    • Sponsors are not allow to advertise in stadiums.
    • They can use the Olympic Rings.
    • Exclusive hospitality.
    • The best advertising slots when the games are broadcast.
    • The IOC divides is money between:
    • The International Sports Federations
    • The National Olympic Committees
    • The Local Organizing Committee for each Olypics
  • The British Olympic Association http://www.olympics.org.uk
    • The BOA is part of the Olympic Movement, It main jobs are:
    • To select the British team for the Olympic Games
    • To raise money to send the team to the Games.
    • To work with the governing bodies to prepare the athletes.
    • To make arrangements for getting there.
    • To select the city which will bid to host the Games
  • Stars of the future….
    • The select the Youth Olympic team.
    • They compete at European Youth Olympic Days.
    • Give them a taste of what the future may hold for them.
    • Receive medical support, free use of local facilities and career and education services.
  • Money….. AGAIN!!!
    • Does the BOA get enough money from the IOC?
    • NO
    • The raise the extra through sponsorship.
    • Donations for the public
  • The Olympic Ideal
    • In keeping with this In 1980 the government wanted to boycott the Moscow games in protest at the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan.
    • The BOA steers clear of politics
    • The BOA refused.