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International Journal of Sports Technology, 2020, 1(2); doi: 10.38007/IJST.2020.010201.

The Connotation and Construction of Spiritual Culture of Competitive Sports


Shuai Li

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Shuai Li

Anyang Normal University, Anyang, China


The spiritual culture of competitive sports is an important part of the country's soft power. In the past years, China has devoted most of its energy to the achievement of gold medals and economic benefits in the development of competitive sports, which has caused the lack of spiritual culture of competitive sports in China today. Based on literature research and expert consultation, this paper expounds the origin of competitive sports and the content of spiritual and cultural connotation. By means of questionnaire and field investigation, combined with the spiritual and cultural connotations of competitive sports, this paper analyzed the current situation of people participating in competitive sports in their daily life, their understanding of the spiritual and cultural connotations of competitive sports, and the current situation of competitive sports construction in their environment. Based on the requirements of the current era for the development of competitive sports and without departing from the unique value of competitive sports, this paper studies the connotation and construction of the spiritual culture of current competitive sports, discusses the value of competitive sports from the aspects of education, politics, economy, fitness and entertainment, and summarizes the spiritual culture of competitive sports. Finally, from the results of the current questionnaire and field survey, this paper analyses how to construct the spiritual culture of competitive sports.


Competitive Sports, Spiritual Culture, Questionnaire Survey

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Shuai Li.The Connotation and Construction of Spiritual Culture of Competitive Sports. International Journal of Sports Technology (2020), Vol. 1, Issue 2: 43-54.


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