Olympic Games

The use of drugs in the Olympic Games

To compete in the modern Olympic Games, to win gold, to stand on the rostrum as the flag is raised and the national anthem played is the dream of many. But it will come true for only a few. Only the gifted, only the dedicated; only the best will win. And maybe a few drug […]

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Events provide no lasting benefit to the host community

This report will look at what effects an event can have on a host community. It will closely look at benefits the Olympic Games has had in various cities and what legacies London has to offer the city for the 2012 Olympics. The following topics will be examined; the environmental, social and political impacts, the […]

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Olympics More Than Just A Sport

In the 21st century, today we look at the Olympic Games as much more than just a sporting event, especially since time has moved on and we have so much understanding for the games. For the British Museum in London I’m going to prove that “The Olympic Games are more than just a sporting event”. […]

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Olympic Games Event

1. Introduction The purpose of this report is to examine and critically analyse a specific event. The event which will be used in this assignment is the Sydney Olympic Games 2000. The reason for the chosen event is based on its scale. The Olympic Games are a major scale event and with the events media […]

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Last man standing: Russian hero Sergey Tetyukhin

London, Great Britain, August 8, 2012 – For the first time ever, a team which was down 2-0 in an Olympic final fought back to win gold. In the middle of the Russian court, clearly knowing that those were his last minutes with the Russian flag on his jersey, was standing one of the volleyball […]

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Commonwealth Games: Success or Disaster

The Commonwealth Games 2010 event was a success from the athlete’s point of view, but it was also a big success mission for some people who wanted to loot public money. The Grand Opening Ceremony was a huge success, the 40 crore rupees aerostat lifted off and the stadium rocked to the tune of Rahman, […]

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The 2012 Summer Olympics

The 2012 Summer Olympics, officially the Games of the XXX Olympiad,[2] and also more generally known as London 2012, was a major international multi-sport event, celebrated in the tradition of the Olympic Games, as governed by the International Olympic Committee (IOC), that took place in London, United Kingdom, from 27 July to 12 August 2012. […]

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Tourism: Beijing Olympic Games

1.0 Introduction Obviously, a major global tourism event such as the Olympic Games, The World Cup and The World EXPO can affect a tourist destination deeply. This report will choose the Beijing Olympics to evaluate the importance of a major global tourism event to the future prospects of a tourist destination. With the modern Olympic […]

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Sochi 2014 – Olympic Games

The “Olympic Games” is the leading international sporting event, including both Summer and Winter sports. Thousands of athletes from more than 200 nations compete against each other, establishing new world records. Russia is going to host the next Winter Olympic Games in Sochi in 2014. Russians are proud to host The Olympics Games again and […]

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Appreciation of Olympism

The Olympic Games is an opportunity for athletes from different countries to come together every four years. Olympism is a philosophy of life, which amplifies the Olympic values and movement which aims to create a peaceful world through the participation of sport, practised in the Olympic Spirit without any kind of discrimination. It emphasises the […]

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