Research on the sustainable development of three major systems of the Winter Olympics

SUN Baoli1 SUN Baojie2 XU Ziqi3 ZHAO Wei4 JIA Yan5

(1.Beijing Sport University, Beijing 100084)
(2.Tsinghua University, Beijing 100084)
(3.Shanxi University, Taiyuan, Shanxi 030006)
(4.Beijing Organizing Committee for the 2022 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games, Beijing 100041)
(5.Beijing City University, Beijing 100083)

【Abstract】As an important part of the Olympic Games, the Winter Olympic Games is composed of three systems: ideology, organization and activity. By taking the theory of sustainable development system as the starting point and putting the concept of sustainability into the three major systems, the study showed that sustainable development is a complex system. The three major systems of the Winter Olympics perform their respective functions and strive to carry out the concept of sustainable development. The ideological system should emphasize the further practice of the Olympic spirit and the absorption of Oriental thought, and strengthen fairness and justice. The organizational system should improve organizational transparency on the basis of ensuring independence. The activity system should pay more attention to the harmonious interactions with the environment and the humanist education value of people orientation. The sustainable development of three systems of the Winter Olympics creates its own way of development on the premise of guaranteeing the basic spirit of Olympism and focusing on the uniqueness of winter sports, and it is an important part of the sustainable development of the future Olympics. This study on the sustainable development of the three systems of the Winter Olympics is also of a certain reference value for the preparation of Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics.

【Keywords】 sustainable development; Olympism; Winter Olympic Games; ideological system; organizational system; activity system; Olympic Agenda 2020; Beijing the Winter Olympics;

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【Funds】 Key Project of the National Social Science Fund of China (17ATY003)

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ISSN:1007-3612

CN: 11-3785/G8

Vol 41, No. 12, Pages 19-25

December 2018

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Abstract

  • 1 The sustainable development of the ideological system of the Winter Olympics
  • 2 The sustainable development of the organizational system of the Winter Olympics
  • 3 The sustainable development of the activity system of the Winter Olympics
  • 4 Conclusion
  • References