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IOC Programmes

Sport for All, is a movement promoting the Olympic ideal that sport is a human right for all individuals regardless of race, social class and sex. The movement encourages sports activities that can be exercised by people of all ages, both sexes and different social and economic conditions. In 1987, this Commission launched the popular OLYMPIC DAY RUN which takes place every year, celebrating the foundation of the IOC in 1894, and which is now arranged by 169 National Olympic Committees all over the world. The run over various distances is open to men, women and children of all ages.

This year, the Saint Lucia Olympic Committee held this activity on June 18, during the Olympic Week of activities. The programme for this year’s observance was changed to include a Sports Administration Seminar. This 35 hour seminar ran from June 21 to 25, 2006.

Later this year, the 11th World Sport for All Congress will take place at the International Conference Centre in Havana, Cuba from 31 October to 3 November 2006, organized by the Cuban National Olympic Committee under the patronage of the IOC and in co-operation with AGFIS and the World Health Organisation. The main theme of the 11th World Sport for All Congress is ” Physical activity: benefits and challenges”.

Athletes 2013-2016 Financial Guidelines
OS 2013-2016 Financial Guidelines


Athletes Introduction

GENERAL STRATEGY

The five athlete programmes available in the 2013-2016 quadrennial plan will offer the NOCs assistance adapted to the age and level of their athletes as well as to the type of competitions for which they are preparing.

OBJECTIVES

The objective is to provide each NOC with the technical and financial means to ensure they can fulfil their specific needs and priorities during the various development stages of their athletes…learn more

Olympic Scholarships for Athletes – Sochi 2014:

Olympic Scholarships for Athletes – Rio 2016:

Team Support Grant:

Continental Athlete Support Grant:

Youth Olympic Games – Athlete Support:


Coaches Introduction

GENERAL STRATEGY AND OBJECTIVE

The aim of the three Olympic Solidarity coaches’ programmes is to offer National Olympic Committees (NOCs) all the means necessary to improve their coaches’ knowledge so as to enable them to respond to current athlete training requirements.

For its part, the IOC officially recognises the importance of the function and training of coaches, including them, as a priority, in its Entourage Commission, which was created following the IOC Session in Copenhagen.

Nowadays, coaches are a particularly important element for the athlete and they are asked to fulfil various roles, of an educator, trainer, guide, psychologist, agent, etc. and all this for various groups (athletes, teams, children, adolescents, adults, beginners, elite athletes, etc.), which is why it is important that they have access to ongoing and high-quality training…learn more

Technical Course for Coaches:

Olympic Scholarships for Coaches:

Development of National Sports Structure:

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