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State General Administration of Sports

 

State General Administration of Sports

State General Administration of Sports (Chinese: 国家体育总局 Pinyin: guójiā tǐyù zǒngjú) is the government agency responsible for sports in China. It is subordinate to the State Council. It also administers the All-China Sports Federation and Chinese Olympic Committee.[1]

The agency is currently led by director Liu Peng.

Contents

  • Functions 1
  • Administration 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Functions

The administration is responsible for a number of areas. They are:[2][3]

  1. Creating a national sports framework
  2. Providing development in the sports industry and promoting sports development in rural regions.
  3. Promote physical activity and exercise participation in Schools, regional and local communities.
  4. Organizing athletic and national sports events
  5. Enforcement of drug use and anti-competitive measures
  6. Liaising and cooperating sports with Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan
  7. Organizing international sport events in China
  8. Support and fund research into the development of sports
  9. Implementing regulation governing the sports industry, market and best practice

Administration

The agency is organised into the following departments.[4][5]

  • General Office
  • Public Sports Department
  • Athletic Sports Department
  • Sports Economy Department
  • Policy Research Department
  • Human Resources Department
  • International Cooperation Department
  • Science and Education Department
  • Public Relations Department
  • Party Committee
  • Supervisory Bureau
  • Bureau of Retired Cadres
  • Management Center of Bicycle
  • Motorcycle and Swordplay Sports
  • Management Center of Football
  • Management Center of Track and Field
  • Management Center of Swimming
  • Management Center of Gymnastics
  • Management Center of Basketball
  • Management Center of Volleyball

See also

References

  1. ^ http://en.beijing2008.cn/48/87/article211928748.shtml
  2. ^ http://www1.chinaculture.org/library/2008-01/16/content_127447.htm
  3. ^ http://www.chinaculture.org/gb/en_artists/2003-09/24/content_26994.htm
  4. ^ http://www.uschina.org/public/china/govstructure/govstructure_part6/gas.html
  5. ^ http://www1.chinaculture.org/library/2008-01/16/content_127447.htm

External links

  • Official website (Chinese)
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