Girls gymnasts are taken from their homes, with the consent of their parents, to live in a regime of slavery, through its best years in a gym, and unbecoming of a child-powered. The winner of four medals in Munich 72 with 15 years of age, Shane Gould asserts that the Olympic movement is more young athletes as puppets. As almost always children are the most affected by the demands of today’s society. Many children of the Sub-Saharan Africa embark on dangerous journeys through the desert and pateras with the illusion in the quarries of Real Madrid, Milan, Ajax of Amsterdam or the Lyon. The best clubs in Europe address bring African young talents, who then abandon to their fate if they do not meet expectations, without a job, without training, and without papers with which to be able to remain in Europe by plane. The players have a great influence on society. Its form playing is admired by everyone, but it is also his way of dressing, of talking, of living.
If you form athletes as wholesome and mature, people with the most minimal cultural and historical knowledge of countries that move, that influence would become and positive and beneficial for youngsters. The Olympic motto Citius, Altius, Fortius-faster, higher, stronger perhaps should be replaced by more beautiful, more humane, better, as proposed by the educator and philosopher of sport Jose Maria Cagigal. Because the sport is, according to French writer Jean Giraudoux, the esperanto of all races, and we must not forget that in the quote Olimpica that we will live in a few days there will be children of all ages who have not enjoyed his childhood, and probably feel disoriented in his adult life.