Winter Olympic Games – competitions of athletes from all over the world in regulated winter sports. Such competitions, like the Summer Games, are held under the patronage of the International Olympic Committee.
The first competitions, which soon began to be called the Olympics, took place in the small French city of Chamonix in early 1924 – it was from there that the development of the “White” Games began. Initially, the Olympic Games were held in pairs (summer and winter in one year), but in 1994 it was decided to shift the interval of the Games by two years.
To date, the program of the Winter Olympics is an extensive program. The number of country Continue reading
It’s no secret that the more a person moves, the better his health. This truth applies to all, without exception, and especially to the disabled. Indeed, often the state and other people do not give them due attention. For many people with disabilities, playing sports is one of the few ways to show everyone that they are just like us. In addition, this is the most powerful factor for their rehabilitation.
Attempting people with disabilities to sports tried in the 19th century. This year, the first club for people with hearing loss was created in Berlin. Already in August 1924, the first competitions were held. The national teams of the Netherlands, Belgium, England, Poland, France and Czechoslovakia participated in them. It was also attended by Italian, Romanian and Hungarian athletes. These countries did not have Continue reading
Doping is a special medication used by athletes to forcibly increase the body’s performance during competitive activity or during the training process. The kind of sport for which it is intended affects what properties a particular dope has. In general, the pharmacological effects of these drugs can be completely opposite. As a rule, the appointment of doping occurs in a course, but there are often cases of single use. It all depends on the tasks, as well as the mechanism of action of a particular drug substance.
If you look at the publications of MK IOC, we can conclude that doping is almost freely used in all countries. What are the reasons for such a massive use, a kind of narcotic drugs? It’s all about prizes, fame and money. The mercantile interests of coaches and athletes are gradually expanding and sick organizations, cities and entire countries. About how to use doping correctly, hundreds or even thousands of books have been written. But Continue reading