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Greek Ministy of Culture and Sports has been given a budget of 339.490.000 € for 2018, but i don't found any breakdown or publication how funding will be distribute between culture and sports. do you have more information @George_D ?

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Rewards of Slovak athletes from The PyeongChang Winter Olympics has been officially announced

 

GOLD 1st Place           50 000 eur

ANASTASIYA KUZMINA, biathlon – 12,5 km Mass Start

SILVER 2nd Place     40 000 eur

ANASTASIYA KUZMINA, biathlon – 10 km Pursuit

SILVER 2nd Place     40 000 eur

ANASTASIYA KUZMINA, biathlon – 15 km Individual

5th Place        15 000 eur

PAULÍNA FIALKOVÁ, biathlon - 15 km Individual

5th Place        15 000 eur

PETRA VLHOVÁ, alpine skiing - alpine combined

5th Place        12 187,50 eur per athlete

PAULÍNA FIALKOVÁ, ANASTASIYA KUZMINA, TERÉZIA POLIAKOVÁ, IVONA FIALKOVÁ, biathlon – 4x6km Women´s Relay

 

50% of the amount will be payed by the National Olympic Committee and 50% by the Ministry of Education and Sports

 

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50k for gold, 40k for silver....and still 15k for a 5th place, nice :d 

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Those additional 0.50 cents... :p

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Today our NOC announced the amount of money each National Federation would eventually get in 2019 (in total, we are just below 146 million €)...

 

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*=auxiliary federations

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After the Asian Games, our sport budget next year will be reduced from USD 100 million to USD 55,7 million. And still we never know where it goes. While football and badminton will barely affected by this, I was concerned about the other sports which are planning to go to Olympic qualifying tournaments...

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6 godzin temu, Griff88 napisał:

After the Asian Games, our sport budget next year will be reduced from USD 100 million to USD 55,7 million. And still we never know where it goes. While football and badminton will barely affected by this, I was concerned about the other sports which are planning to go to Olympic qualifying tournaments...

Oh my, that's really big cut! :yikes: And they will do this in pre-olympic year...

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1 hour ago, Col_Frost said:

Oh my, that's really big cut! :yikes: And they will do this in pre-olympic year...

That's why some athletes and coaches began to voicing their concern.. How come you prepare the athletes win 2 Olympic golds with 45% less budget than the one used for Asian level competition?

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2 hours ago, Col_Frost said:

Oh my, that's really big cut! :yikes: 

I guess quite a lot of countries do so right after hosting a major event like the Olympics or Asian Games..

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The :SVK government gave out money today.

3 Federations got it,

Ice Hockey gets up to ten million

 

 

At its Wednesday meeting, the Government of the Slovak Republic approved generous subsidies for three sports entities - Slovak Canoeing Slalom federation, the Slovak Ice Hockey Association and the Slovak Football Association.
 

1)

Slovak canoeing Slalom gets a total of 5 million euros, these funds are to be used to reconstruct two channels for canoe slalom. The funds of 2.5 million are to be used for the necessary adjustments in the Čunovo canoe slalom venue in Bratislava and the same amount for the reconstruction of the Ondrej Cibák Canoe Slalom Venue in Liptovský Mikuláš. Slovakia has already won fourteen Olympic medals (8 Golds out of the 9 the country won at the summer Olympics) in this sport since our first appearance in Atlanta 1996 after the independence.  

 

2)

The Slovak Ice Hockey Association (SZĽH) will receive 10.2 million EUR for the development of ice-hockey infrastructure and the elimination of child and youth physical illiteracy. Of this amount, up to 9.32 million will go to infrastructure development, which is coupled with programs to improve our youth hockey prospects skills and equip the youth with the hockey tools needed to improve their sports skills.

 

"In this project, SZĽH will install 20 small uncovered mobile ice rinks in the villages primary elementary schools. These rinks will be installed in the schools and are supposed will form and produce the increasement of our hockey base, as well as figure skating, speed skating, Ballhockey and other sports. eliminate the physical illiteracy of children and youth, " states in the official announcement of the Government of the Slovak Republic.

 

"There will also be thirty hockey small training rinks build across the country and the funds will include retrofitting of young hockey players as well," said Richard Rashi, Deputy Prime Minister for Investment and Informatisation. The remaining 880 thousand EUR are intended for the elaboration of implementation projects for the new multifunctional hockey hall and the new National Hockey Center planned to be build soon.

 

3)

The Slovak Football Association (SFZ) will receive 2 million EUR for technical support and technical assistance as well as the developement of currently functional supplements of already implemented information systems. LOL No freaking idea what they are talking about

 

Another purpose for which funding will be provided is the development of youth football - ensuring the functioning of youth football academies and talented youth units in the football clubs of the highest football competition. A further four million euros are intended to finance the construction, reconstruction and modernization of football stadiums and infrastructure across the country LOLOL...

 

 

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