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Legacy by osmosis? Investigation of sport development legacies resulting from the conduct of a major sport event

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posted on 2017-12-06, 00:00 authored by Danya HodgettsDanya Hodgetts
"... There is little research examining the sport development benefits that sporting organisations may receive when hosting an event. To examine measures of development in a sport and determine if they were affected by an event that was not intentionally leveraged, the Australian Surf Life Saving Championships (ASLSC) were profiled. The ASLSC were hosted by Scarborough, Western Australia from 2007-2009, with previous and subsequent events being held in Kurrawa, Queensland. Statistics from Western Australia between 1991 and 2010 were examined in this research"--Abstract.



Central Queensland University

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Centre for Physical Activity Studies; Institute for Health and Social Science Research (IHSSR);

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Dr Mitch Duncan ; Professor Kerry Mummery ; Dr Geoff Dickson

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Doctoral Thesis