Pure and equal competition prevails, no deceit, deceit and violence. In Spain and Europe, sport is, in short, an activity of free people, based on respect for diversity and equality between people, in an open society. Therefore, and in a unique way, the sports framework of professional competition in professional and competitive sports should be an ethical reference in values and behavior for society as a whole.
The Olympic personal example is very important in this field of value education,
Olympic especially as a life philosophy and influences young athletes and society as a whole. The potential of the sport in an official sense is enormous: not only because of its playful and attractive character, but also because of the important experiential conditions that the practitioners consider to be important players in strengthening relationships between people and bringing affection. , Feelings, emotions and identities, much easier than other disciplines.
It creates the most suitable learning Olympic environment
for the development of intellectual, effective, motor and moral skills and traits, allowing them to transfer what they have learned. In everyday life, this proven size makes it a particularly useful educational tool for coping with disruptive phenomena and threats such as increasing antisocial behavior; The presence of vandalism and hooliganism among young people; An increase in racist and xenophobic attitudes and behaviour; Academic marginalization and school failure; drug and alcohol use; Or a critical progression from a sedentary lifestyle and obesity at a young age.
The European Union condemns the union for its abolition
Violence in sport is based on the belief that all citizens, i.e. within their own jurisdiction, will find open spaces for stadiums, sports facilities and physical activity open and safe. , Inclusive and inconspicuous places. A meeting place for professional athletes and amateur spectators and organizers, as well as other agents who shape the Spanish sports system, respecting the principles of sports ethics and the public’s right to diversity and diversity.
No race, religion, political belief or ethnic group can be considered superior to others.
And in this regard, what happens in sport should reflect the values that underpin our democratic coexistence. The irreversible success of a sport as a social phenomenon also allows the multiplication of its size to be a very influential integral factor. Sport is a universal language understood in all languages, so it is a powerful element of mutual cultural integration in multinational societies that promotes the development of multiple and cohesive identities, and the integration and social coexistence of multiple and complex societies.