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Malaysia’s Strategies for Elite Badminton Development in 2016 Olympic Game
Yee Ming Yuan
This study based on Structural Functionalism, this study explores the process of 2016 Malaysian Olympic gold medal plan. First of all, through the literature analysis to understand the development of the Malaysian badminton, and then explore the relationship between the Malaysian badminton organization and Podium Programme. In this study, the semi-structured interview method, the conclusion is: First, the development of the Malaysian badminton mainly to the Badminton Association in Malaysia, fourteen state associations and seven organ associations to support the development. Second, the Brazil Olympic Games Malaysia won three silver medals, compared to the London Olympics, Malaysia has made great efforts in the development of sports. Third, the Malaysian Badminton Association in the funding, manpower and policies need to seek outside support. Fourth, is regarded as the national ball of Malaysia in the national identity on the recognition, but in the cultivation of talent but there is a fault phenomenon. Therefore, the proposal for the future gold plan is as follows: First, in the organization of the relationship between the network must be a substantial increase in funding and regular members of the General Assembly. Second, schools, associations, clubs must cooperate with each other three aspects. Third, let the athletes to sports as a career. Fourth, attention to the development of female athletes, so that women's sports has become a competitive. Fifth, pay attention to people and people know the link. For the academic recommendations: First, the use of structural functional theory as the theoretical basis for research. Second, Malaysia should focus on competitivemanagement and humanities research. Third, the gold plan to be with the multi-party strategy, participation strategies and all-round resource integration.
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