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スポーツ庁の来年度、平成30年度の予算案は、東京オリンピック・パラリンピックでのメダル獲得に向けた選手の競技力強化などのため、今年度より6億円多い過去最高となる340億円となりました。

スポーツ庁の来年度予算案は、2020年の東京大会でのメダル獲得に向けて各競技団体が行う合宿や選手の発掘など、競技力を強化する取り組みを支援する費用や、ロシアの組織的なドーピングが問題となる中、新しい検査員の確保や、国際大会に対応できる検査員の育成に向けた費用などが盛り込まれ、今年度より6億円多く、過去最高となる340億円となりました。続きを読む

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For the next fiscal year of the Sports Agency, the budget plan for FY2003 amounted to 34 billion yen, a record high of 600 million yen from the current fiscal year, for the purpose of strengthening the competitiveness of athletes to acquire medals at the Tokyo Olympic Games and the Paralympic Games .

The sports agency’s next fiscal year’s budget plan will include expenses to support efforts to strengthen the competitiveness, such as training camps and athletes conducted by each sports organization to acquire medals at the Tokyo convention in 2020 and the cost of organizing doping in Russia Among these issues, expenses for securing new inspectors and fostering inspectors who can respond to international conventions were included, which was 600 million yen higher than this year, a record high of 34 billion yen. 

For the next fiscal year of the Sports Agency, the budget plan for FY2003 amounted to 34 billion yen, a record high of 600 million yen from the current fiscal year, for the purpose of strengthening the competitiveness of athletes to acquire medals at the Tokyo Olympic Games and the Paralympic Games .

The sports agency’s next fiscal year’s budget plan will include expenses to support efforts to strengthen the competitiveness, such as training camps and athletes conducted by each sports organization to acquire medals at the Tokyo convention in 2020 and the cost of organizing doping in Russia Among these issues, expenses for securing new inspectors and fostering inspectors who can respond to international conventions were included, which was 600 million yen higher than this year, a record high of 34 billion yen. 

For the next fiscal year of the Sports Agency, the budget plan for FY2003 amounted to 34 billion yen, a record high of 600 million yen from the current fiscal year, for the purpose of strengthening the competitiveness of athletes to acquire medals at the Tokyo Olympic Games and the Paralympic Games .

The sports agency’s next fiscal year’s budget plan will include expenses to support efforts to strengthen the competitiveness, such as training camps and athletes conducted by each sports organization to acquire medals at the Tokyo convention in 2020 and the cost of organizing doping in Russia Among these issues, expenses for securing new inspectors and fostering inspectors who can respond to international conventions were included, which was 600 million yen higher than this year, a record high of 34 billion yen.