Report commissioned for presentation at the first World Conference on Sport and Tourism, jointly organized by the International Olympic Committee and the World Tourism Organization on 22-23 Feb. 2001 in Barcelona, Spain.
|Other titles||Sport and tourism.|
|Statement||author: Peter Keller ; with contributions of Michael Breiter, Noelle Duc and Fred Salamin.|
|Contributions||World Tourism Organization., International Olympic Committee., World Conference on Sport and Tourism, (1st : 2001 : Barcelona, Spain)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||62 p. :|
|Number of Pages||62|
Sports Tourism: participants, policy and providers is an unparalleled text that explains sports tourism as a social, economic and cultural phenomenon that stems from the unique interaction of activity, people and place. Unlike other texts, it established sports tourism as a unique area that produces its own unique issues, concerns and controversies.5/5(1). This book examines the economic, social and environmental impacts and issues associated with the development of sport tourism globally, including the lack of research and coordination between industry and government. The book suggests the need for a more balanced analysis of the impacts and issues associated with future sport tourism s: 1. The first part of the book (re)thinks sport tourism in the globalized world; the second explores new challenges for global and local event sport tourism; the third section addresses issues related to sport tourism development in a globalized world; and the fourth part is dedicated to understanding participation in sport tourism activities. Jamaica Is In - Sport and Tourism is a collection of articles written over a seven-year period focusing on sport, tourism and sport tourism and how each has evolved in developing countries like Jamaica. The articles feature perspectives that stir thoughts and initiate actions to maximize opportunities for Jamaica as a sport tourism destination ISBN:
The page book takes a comprehensive look at how sport, tourism, and sport tourism have evolved in a developing economy like Jamaica. The book covers the period – and looks at preparation for the Beijing and London Summer Olympic Games along with other events and/or activities which offered Jamaica a competitive advantage. The growth of sport tourism shows no sign of slowing down. It is now believed to be the fastest growing segment within the travel industry. In our new book International Sport Management, 2nd Edition authors Eric Macintosh, Gonzalo Bravo and Ming Li analyse everything from sport governance to organisational culture to the unique aspects of sport business. term ‘sports tourism’ should be used, along with the focus on diverse and heterogeneous activities that this implies. Sports Tourism Behaviours and Sports Events The conceptual discussion above leads in to a discussion about areas for research and un-derstanding in sports tourism. My own book (co-authored with Chris Bull), following an. the sports tourism is defined as hard sports tourism and soft sports tourism. The other theory suggested that there are three types of sports tourism, which includes sports event tourism,Author: Radhika Kapur.
Presentations --Sport and tourism to stimulate development --Economic impact of the Olympic Games on tourism --Infrastructure for sport and tourism --Sport as part of leisure tourism --Tourism, sport and culture --Tourism, sport and the environment --Tourism, sport and human resources --Impact of sport events on tourism image Abstract: Sport and Tourism are two driving forces for the promotion and sustainable economic development of tourism destinations. To better understand the links between tourism and sport and to increase the awareness of the benefits of their joint contributions, UNWTO and the International Olympic Committee (IOC) jointly organized the First World Conference on Sport and Tourism in Barcelona. Sports Tourism Marketing: /ch Research dealing with the motives of sports tourists from a marketer's perspective remains underdeveloped. This chapter describes the phenomenon of sportsCited by: 1. The role of both sport and tourism in the (re)creation and (re)presentation of national identities is well established, yet relatively little work has critically explored the inter-relationship between sport, tourism and the creation and maintenance of national identities. Despite the advances of gl.