Deporte de alto rendimento en Brasil: Estructura y políticas comparativas en un contexto internacional

Leandro Carlos Mazzei, Tatiana de Barros Meira, Flávia da Cunha Bastos, Maria Tereza Silveira Böhme, Veerle De Bosscher

Resumen


Brasil es uno de los países que ha invertido más en el deporte de alto rendimiento; el objetivo final de esta nación es ganar alrededor de 30 medallas en los Juegos Olímpicos de verano de Río de Janeiro en 2016. Los objetivos de este estudio son presentar la estructura de las políticas deportivas de Brasil y la calidad de las acciones en las políticas deportivas de alto rendimiento. Las acciones fueron comparadas con las de otros países en una investigación internacional denominada “Sports Policy Factors Leading to International Sporting Success”. Los resultados indican la existencia de recursos financieros, pero también que la planificación estratégica y la integración en las políticas brasileñas de deporte de alto rendimiento son deficientes. Asimismo, se constató que las políticas de alto rendimiento deportivo en Brasil mostraron un progreso debido a la organización de grandes eventos internacionales en el país, pero todavía hay varios factores que se pueden mejorar.


Palabras clave


Brasil; políticas deportivas; deporte de alto rendimiento; estudio comparativo;evaluación de la calidad

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