Olympic Games Essay Topics

The Impact of the Olympic Games on its Host City

Introduction: The pages of human history daubed in bloodshed due to violence and atrocities on issues related to wars, ethnic conflicts, racial confrontations, religious flare-ups, etc ask the crying question. How to make this Planet earth heaven-like? The answer is simple and direct. Eyes full of understanding, hearts full of love and the life that… View Article

The Olympic Games

Introduction: The Olympic Games is one of the earliest Pan-Hellenic festival as well as its modern revival. The Games as held today, is the largest showcase and competition of the world’s best athletic skills and sportsmanship. It embodies and promotes nationalism, politics and commerce among competing nations. The coming together for participation promotes unity among… View Article

2012 Olympics Article Analyses

Picture, title and sub-title: The headline is reversed-out of a colour picture of villagers apparently transporting straw bales in preparation for the eccentric “Olimpick” games celebrated in the Cotswold village of Chipping Campden. The use of the term “Olimpicks” would appear to be a deliberate archaisms – as it seems highly unlikely the Cotswold games… View Article

Dbq on Olympic

The technology right now allows people from different countries to communicate with each other, by airplane, cellphone, email. However in 1892, such technology did not exist, but people unite in different way – Olympic. It is an athletic game originally held in Greece city states every four years in honor of Zeus, their god. Shaped… View Article

The Olympic Games

There were many factors that helped shape the Olympic Games from 1892 to 2002. Originally, Olympic Games were conducted in Ancient Greece in hopes of uniting its city-states Athens and Sparta and to promote peace through sports activity. When Olympic Games were resurrected in 1892, they had the same goal of promoting peace in the… View Article

Advertisment: Find the Greatness and Weakness

In the 2012 Nike “Find your greatness” ad, they use what Donna Woolfolk Cross calls “Glittering generalities” and “Plain Folks Appeal”. The ad was released during the time of 2012 London Olympic Games, it has drawn tons of attention from the audiences and social medias. Nike’s “Find Your Greatness” campaign carries a powerful motivational message… View Article

Dan Gable: Legend On The Mat & In The Coach’s Chair

Dan Gable is titled by many as the most legendary amateur American wrestler and coach in the history of amateur American wrestling. To put into retrospect of Dan’s popularity in the wresting world, Gable is the Michael Jordan of Basketball, the Pele of Soccer, and the Muhammad Ali of boxing, everyone has heard of Dan… View Article


There are many different factors that have shaped the modern Olympic movement from 1892 to 2002. It was originally revived so people of different races could interact with other people without conflict. They wanted to have a temporary time of international peace. This idea is expressed in Document 1. The author, Pierre de Coubertin, explains… View Article

Parts of a Newspaper

A .Headline- the words are printed in a large type across the top or a news paper article to catch the reader’s attention B. Dateline- the words at the beginning of a news article that tell when and where the story was written. C. News article- in a news paper, a story about an event… View Article

Economic Impact of the Olympic Games

This part of the report will identify the economic effects which are split up into three phases; the pre Games, the Games and the post Games economic impact on the host city (Athens) and Country (Greece). The Olympic Games is such a big event that it can potentially have a significant economic impact on the… View Article

History of the Event Industry

Throughout the years the event industry has gained a major place in everyday life. From the first events of the 19th century, such as the Great Exhibition, to a 2012 music festival. The event industry has developed a huge help to our country’s economy. To the extent of which the “government is supporting and promoting… View Article


The Olympic games were brought back by a man named Pierre de Coubertin when he made a speech to the Athletic Society of France in 1892 (Doc 1). Since the games came back they have shaped the economies, national pride and the social changes in multiple countries. The economies of the countries who host the… View Article

The Development of Events and Their Meaning in Society

This essay has been constructed with the aim of looking at the development of events whilst dealing with the nature and importance of events, in addition this essay will be touching on some of the historical areas which helped to make events an industry today, and the emergence of the events industry in the United… View Article

A Separate Peace Chapters 6-10

Directions: Answer the following questions on THIS sheet of paper. You DO NOT need to answer in complete sentences. It is best to try to answer these as you read, since the questions are listed in the order in which they appear in the book. 1.Who is Cliff Quakenbush? What happens between him and Gene?… View Article

Classical Civilisation – Long Jump

Origin? Directly related to skills that a soldier must possess in war, jumping was not a separate Olympic event as it is today. Instead, it was only part of the pentathlon. Equipment? Unlike in the modern Olympics, jumpers used halteres, lead or stone weights used for jumping events. To increase jumping distance, the athlete held… View Article

Olympic Games

Mega sports events like the Olympic or the commonwealth Games, the Football World Cup or the European Capital of Culture always have big and beautiful aims, like for the last one, according to the European Commission ‘highlight the diversity of cultural wealth in Europe and the ties that bind us as Europeans’ (toutel’europe. Eu, seen… View Article

Adidas: Swot Analysis

Strengths 1. Established brand name – this means that Adidas has already built up a good reputation and it has a large market share within its industry. 2. Good retail links – Adidas has established good links with shops and outlets, which sell Adidas’s products. 3. Established worldwide distribution network – this means that Adidas’s… View Article

Olympic Village Project Management

On July 6 2005, the International Olympic Committee announced the designation of London as the host of the 2012 Olympic Games. 8 days later, the Olympic Bill was introduced to the Parliament, allowing the launch of lottery scratch cards in order to fund the Games. In the preparation of the reception of the Games, the… View Article

Education of Girl Child Is Burden

The 2012 Summer Olympics, officially the Games of the XXX Olympiad[2] and commonly known as London 2012, was a major international multi-sport eventcelebrated in the tradition of the Olympic Games, as governed by the International Olympic Committee (IOC). It took place in London, United Kingdom, from 27 July to 12 August 2012. The first event,… View Article

Changes in Gender Inequality in Canada in Sports

Society expects males and females to fulfill specific gender roles – “attitudes and activities that society links to each sex”. Males are expected to be ambitious, strong, independent and competitive, which “encourages males to seek out positions of leadership and play team sports”. And females are expected to be deferential, emotional, attractive, quiet and obedient,… View Article

Speedo Innovation

Swimwear companies have invested millions designing high-performance suits for the upcoming Beijing Olympics. Can design help swimmers finish faster? Following the 2004 Athens Olympics, officials at swimwear giant Speedo had good reason to celebrate: Athletes clad in their latest suits at the time, called Fastskin FSII, won 46 medals in the pool. Yet when the… View Article

Challenges and Achievements

Have you ever watched in disbelief at other peoples achievements, thinking to yourself how were they able to get there? The Answer is exactly the opposite of the following statement “There are no challenges so difficult, no goals so impossible, as the ones we set ourselves” It’s because they themselves set their goals and as… View Article

The 2004 Athens Olympics Network: Faster, Stronger—and Redundant

Claude Philipps, program director of major events at Atos Origin, the lead IT contractor for the Olympic Games, likes to be prepared. “We were ready before August, but we were still testing, because we wanted to be sure that every stupid thing that can happen was planned for,” Philipps said. “In a normal IT project,… View Article

How can India get more Olympic Medals

In 2004 Athens Olympics, India celebrated it’s achievement of the one silver medal it won in Shooting. After four years, in 2008 Beijing Olympics, India won a gold medal in 10m Air Rifle event and one bronze medal each, in Wrestling and Boxing. The international media appreciated this as a rare feat from a ‘non-athletic… View Article

Lee Chong Wei

Lee Chong Wei is no common athlete. National hero in his home land of Malaysia, the hard-working and talented Chong Wei has won everything but two major titles – World Championships and Olympic Games – he was just one point short of bagging Malaysia’s first ever world crown, in the men’s singles this summer in… View Article

Michael Phelps

“I deliberately set very high goals for myself…why not? No limits” (Phelps 14). Michael Phelps is a name that will always be associated with the word swimming. He made the sport well-known by his eight medal wins at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games, and is the most decorated Olympian in the world. He had been… View Article

A Malaysian Hero

Datuk Lee Chong Wei is our Malaysian hero.He was born 0n 21 October 1982 in Bagan Serai, Perak. He is a professional badminton player of Malaysian Chinese who resides in Bukit Mertajam. As a single player,Datuk Lee Chong Wei was ranked first worldwide for 199 consecutive weeks from 21 August 2008 to 14 June 2012…. View Article

Team Sports

A team sport includes any sportwhich involves players working together towards a shared objective. It is an activity in which a group of individuals, on the same team, work together to accomplish an ultimate goal which is usually to win. This can be done in a number of ways such as outscoring the opposing team…. View Article

Sustainability of Singapore as a Sports Tourism Hub

1.Introduction 1.1.Purpose To present an overview of the latest sporting developments in Singapore and evaluate Singapore’s sustainability in enhancing Singapore’s position as a sports tourism hub in Asia. 1.2.Objectives -Discuss the recent infrastructures constructed for Singapore’s sporting industry -Identify recent initiatives by the Singapore Sports Council -Highlight key inaugural sporting events held recently -Discuss the… View Article

Beijing Olympics

The major reason as to why Chinese government hired a Western public relations firm to work on the 2008 Beijing Olympics was to repair their image before the Olympics. Several agencies around the world were invited to discuss a contract with Chinese officials about the pre-games PR strategies, media training, and market research on Western… View Article