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1. Use of the Olympic flag

1.1. An Olympic flag of larger than all other wave during the entire duration of the Olympic Games

2. the IOC in the review of candidatures

3. The olympic movement

3.1. Composition and general organisation of the Olympic Movement

3.1.1. The goal of the Olympic Movement is to contribute to building a peaceful and better world by educating youth through sport

3.1.2. Constituents of the Olympic Movement International Olympic Committee (“IOC”) International Sports Federations (“IFs”) National Olympic Committees (“NOCs”)

3.2. Olympic Congress

3.2.1. The Olympic Congress gathers representatives of the constituents of the Olympic Movement, at intervals determined by the IOC; it is convened by the IOC President; its role is consultative

3.3. Mission and role of the IOC

3.3.1. The mission of the IOC is to promote Olympism throughout the world and to lead the Olympic Movement

3.4. Recognition by the IOC

3.5. Olympic Solidarity

3.5.1. Promoting the Fundamental Principles of Olympism

3.6. Olympic Games

3.6.1. The Olympic Games are competitions between athletes in individual or team events and not between countries

3.6.2. The Olympic Games consist of the Games of the Olympiad and the Olympic Winter Games

3.7. Rights over the Olympic Games and Olympic properties

3.7.1. The Olympic Games are the exclusive property of the IOC

3.8. Symbols

3.8.1. The Olympic symbol The Olympic symbol consists of five interlaced rings of equal dimensions (the Olympic rings) The rings are interlaced from left to right; the blue, black and red rings are situated at the top, the yellow and green rings at the bottom Represents the union of the five continents

3.8.2. The Olympic flag Has a white background, with no border. The Olympic symbol in its five colours is located in its centre

3.8.3. The Olympic motto “Citius – Altius – Fortius” Traduction: "Faster, higher, stronger"

3.8.4. Olympic emblems An Olympic emblem is an integrated design associating the Olympic rings with another distinctive element

3.8.5. The Olympic anthem Is the musical work entitled “Olympic anthem”, composed by Spiro Samara

3.8.6. The Olympic flame, Olympic torches The Olympic flame is the flame which is kindled in Olympia under the authority of the IOC

3.9. Olympic designations

3.9.1. An Olympic designation is any visual or audio representation of any association, connection or other link with the Olympic Games, the Olympic Movement, or any constituent thereof

4. The Olympic Games

4.1. Sports program, admission of sports, disciplines and tests

4.1.1. For a sport to be considered Olympic it must have: * Be practiced by at least 75 countries and 4 contienentes in man and women 45 countries and 3 continents. * Be practiced by 25 countries and 3 continent Games Winter Olympics. * Implement the antidopin code

4.1.2. Disciplines * A form of an Olympic sport should be recognized globally to be inscribed at the Olympics

4.1.3. Testing * A test is a competition of an Olympic one of its disciplines sport * Tests are supported with 3 years before the Olympic Games in question.

4.1.4. Criteria for inclusion of sports, disciplines and tests *Will not be admitted sports, dicilinas and tests that depend on some means of mechanical propulsion

4.2. Program of the Olympic Games

4.2.1. *The program of the games of the Olympiad must understand at least fifteen Olympic sports. * At the end of each edition of the Olympic Games, the COI reviews the programme of the Olympic Games

4.3. Youth camp

4.3.1. The Executive Committee of the COI and the COJO can organize a youth camp

4.4. Media coverage of the Olympic Games

4.4.1. The COI is the encargadro ensure the Olympics coverage by the various means of communication, information and the widest possible audience worldwide.

4.5. Protocol

4.5.1. In all the ceremonies and demonstrations during the Olympic Games, corresponds to the members, President of honour, honorary members and members of honour of the IOC.

4.6. Use of the Olympic flame

4.6.1. The COJO is responsible for the conduct of the Olympic flame to the Olympic Stadium

4.7. Opening and closing ceremonies

4.7.1. The opening and closing ceremonies have be developed strictly conforming with the COI Protocol Guide. The script, details, schedules and programmes of all ceremonies will be approved by the COI.

4.8. The winners, medals and diplomas ceremonies

4.8.1. Winners, medals and diplomas ceremonies should be held according to the COI Protocol Guide.

4.9. Honor roll

4.9.1. The lame shall draw up a table of honour with the names of the winners of medals and diplomas in each event

4.10. Arbitration

4.10.1. Any dispute arising on the occasion of the Games Olympic will be reviewed by the Court of sports arbitration

5. The International Olympic Committee (IOC)

5.1. Legal status

5.1.1. The IOC is an international non-governmental non-profit

5.1.2. Its seat is in Lausanne (Switzerland) The objective of the IOC is to fulfill mission the role

5.2. Members

5.2.1. Composition of the IOC – Eligibility, recruitment, election, admittance and status of IOC members IOC members are natural persons. The total number of IOC members may not exceed 115

5.3. Organisation

5.3.1. Session

5.3.2. the executive committee

5.3.3. the president.

5.4. The Session

5.4.1. The Session is the general assembly of the members of the IOC. It constitutes the supreme organ of the IOC.

5.5. The IOC Executive Board

5.5.1. The IOC Executive Board assumes overall responsibility for the management of the IOC and the management of its affairs Composition The executive committee of the IOC is composed of the president, four vice-presidents and of ten other vowels

5.6. The President*

5.6.1. The Session chooses, among its members, a president, by secret ballot for a time of eight years The president can take an initiative or make a decision on behalf of the IOC

5.7. IOC commissions*

5.7.1. IOC committees can be set up to advise the session, the IOC executive committee and the president

5.8. IOC Ethics Commission*

5.9. IOC resources

5.9.1. In case of violation of the Olympic Charter, the world anti-doping code or any other regulation, the measures or sanctions that the Session may adopt

5.10. Languages

5.10.1. The official languages of the IOC are French and English.

6. The International Federations (IFs)

6.1. recognition of IF

6.1.1. the IOC may recognise as IFs international non-governmental organisations administering one or several sports at world

6.2. misión and role

6.2.1. to contribute to the achievement of the goals set out in the Olympic Charter,

6.2.2. control and direction of their sports

6.2.3. technical assistance in the practical implementation

6.2.4. the medical care and health of athletes

6.3. the IFs have the right to:

6.3.1. proposals to the IOC concerning the Olympic Charter and the Olympic Movement

6.3.2. preparation of Olympic Congresses

6.3.3. participate in the activities of the IOC commissions.

7. The National Olympic Committees (NOCs)

7.1. Mission and role

7.1.1. develop, promote and protect the Olympic Movement in their respective countries role promote principles and values of Olympism (sport and education) to encourage the development of high performance sport as well as sport for all the development of high performance sport as well as sport for all the training of sports administrators discrimination and violence implement the World Anti-Doping Code Is obliged to participate in the Games of the Olympiad by sending athletes preserve their autonomy and resist all pressures of any kind, including but not

7.1.2. to establish and enforce the rules

7.2. the right to:

7.2.1. identify to NOCs

7.2.2. send competitors

7.2.3. assistance of Olympic Solidarity

7.2.4. part in activities COI

7.2.5. Apart from the measures and sanctions provided in the case of infringement of the Olympic Charter

7.3. Composition

7.3.1. elected representatives of athletes.

7.3.2. federaciones nacionales afiliadas a FI reconocidas por el COI

7.3.3. multisports groups and other sports-oriented organisations or their representatives