Why USA Leads World in Olympic Games

Why USA Leads World in Olympic Games

USA being one of the most powerful countries or perhaps the only powerful country is not only famous for its richness, economy and power but also for games. The biggest example of American expertise is the history of Olympic Games. It is found that people in USA love playing for the country. They take pride in winning Olympic medals for their country.

However, every country tries to get maximum number of Olympic medals, but only yes most of the time USA could manage to win maximum number of Olympic medals. Let’s find out reasons why USA leads world in Olympic Games.

Administration
The key reason behind the immense success of USA in various Olympic Games is its administration. Unlike all other countries especially third-world countries, USA has a solid sport management system to care of players and games. The flawless sport administration ensures that players are getting right position even without struggling much.

Technology
Without any doubt, innovative technology has changed the way we all used to live. The same alterations can also be witnessed when it comes to sports in USA. Since US uses innovative technology, high-end sport devices and other tools, it could be able to lead other nations in the battle of sports.

Official Recognition
It is often seen that in many countries, players don’t get adequate official recognition even despite of winning a medal in prestigious Olympic Games. This type of situation can’t be noticed in USA. Players whether they could manage to win a medal or not are given adequate official recognition and facilities.

 

Posted by Lisa Darling 5/18/15

 

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