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Reject religion bc would have to adhere to rules

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reject religion bc would have to adhere to rules, morals and values created by someone else deny the idea of privileged birth -extentialist philosophers: Soren Kierkegaard o 3 stages of life: aesthetic, ethical, religion o be all that you can in the highest stage of life Jean-Paul Sarte o Awarded Nobel Prize in Literature, declined it Part 5: Ethical Decision Making by Adam G. Pfleegor A. SPORT ETHICAL DECISION MAKING FRAMEWORKS 1.Formalism Bound solely by consecutive rules Incompatibility thesis 2. Conventionalism Ethos of the game Game and sport conventions 3. Broad Internalism mutual quest of excellence through challenge opponents as a facilitator
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IMPORTANT OLYMPIC DATES 12/04/2016 1896 (Olympic games)
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located in Athens First modern Olympic Games. Limited international participation. An all-male event. 1900 (Olympic games) located in Paris A fiasco. Drags on for more than 5 months as part of a world’s fair. About 1,000 participants, including 11 women (in tennis and golf) 1904 (Olympic games) located in St. Louis exact content and participation still under discussion. Women participate only in the unofficial activity of archery. 1908 (Olympic games) located in London dispute over rules. Figure skating in the summer. Definition of marathon distance. A breakthrough for women, with 43 officially competing 1912 (Olympic games) located in Stockholm well-organized games. Over 2,000 participants. Dishonor of the Jim Thorpe affair. Women compete in swimming for the first time. 1916 games cancelled because of WWI. Originally scheduled to be held in Berlin 1920 (Olympic games) located in Antwerp Germany and its allies not allowed to participate. Ice hockey and figure skating at summer games. Adoption of Olympic flag and oath. Archery expelled after a rules dispute. 1924
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Winter Olympics o Located in Chamonix, France o For the first time, a separate week of winter sports. Summer Olympics o Located in Paris o Germany not welcomed by the French hosts. Over 3,000 participants. 1928 winter Olympics o located in St. Moritz, Switzerland o Sonja Henie wins first (of three) gold medals in figure skating. Summer Olympics o Located in Amsterdam o Women compete in 5 track and field events and gymnastics. Tennis dropped from the Olympic program, not to return until 1988 1932 winter Olympics o Lake Placid, New York o Decrese in participation from overseas Summer Olympics o Los Angeles o First time IOC decision to hold games alternately in Europe and outside Europe is implemented. Photo finish and automatic timing devices introduced 1936
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winter Olympics o Garmish, Germany o A popular success, drawing half a million spectators. Summer Olympics o Berlin o An attempt to organize an international boycott of the games fails. Dominated by the politics of Nazi Germany.
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