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CONTENTS


SPORTS MANAGEMENT HANDBOOK 2014-2015


68 A look at the latest in sport science


46 Everybody in! How mass participation sports events are increasing in popularity


5 Welcome Liz Terry welcomes you to the Sports Management Handbook 2014-2015.


6 Contents


10 Development pipeline A run-down of future arenas, stadia, swimming pools, training/sports centres, tennis centres and extreme sports.


40 Sports events calendar A summary of international sporting events being held from 2014 to 2015.


42 Diary dates A round-up of key international sports con- ferences and exhibitions in 2014-2015.


6 ANALYSIS AND TRENDS


46 Mass participation Running through rivers in winter, swimming in cold lakes, cliff top marathons and bicycle races on the streets of the capital – there is a market for all of these! Kath Hudson looks at the growth of mass participation sporting events and finds that it could well be the key to mobilising people to get active.


54 Emerging nations The balance of power in sport is shifting. Emerging nations are increasingly winning bids to host major events over more established sporting countries. But how sustainable is this development? We speak to sports development expert Derek Casey.


Sports Management Handbook 2014-2015


54 Power of sport is shifting to new nations


62 New opening: Levi's Stadium The opening of San Francisco 49ers' new home in Santa Clara has been touted as a new dawn in stadium technology. Tom Walker explores why.


68 Science snapshot A round-up of the latest research in the area of sport, health, fitness and wellbeing – including how to boost male fertility through exercise and how to ward of cancer.


72 Sustainability in sport A look at innovative approaches to sustain- ability in sport – including USTA, organiser of The US Open tennis tournament – which has set the ambitious target of making the event the most sustainable in world sport.


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