On Chinese Sports Competition Honesty Construction Research
The fair competition of sports competition is the basic idea of fair competition, integrity is a necessary guarantee for the. China’s current lack of honesty in serious competition, has been threatening the development of sports competitions, sports competition has become to improve the integrity of our sports one of the focus of the work, therefore, this paper tries to contest the reasons of loss of honesty and the related influencing factors, put forward our country sports competition honesty construction measures. To deepen the understanding of honesty and credit in sports competition for sports competition, integrity of the building to provide useful theoretical guidance, promote China’s sports system and the development of sports in our country.
Key words: China; Sports competitions; Integrity; Construction
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