The Geography of Sport and Leisure
The EPICS series brings a fresh approach to current topics, allowing students to acquire an in-depth understanding of geographical issues. Each topic provides a wide range of detailed case studies and offers an integrated approach to all aspects of geographical study.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
The world of sport and leisure
Sport leisure and development
Spatial variations in sport and leisure
E Sport and leisure in the city
The globalisation of sport and leisure
Challenges in the new millennium
Further reading and resources
2002 World Cup areas athletes Australians benefits cent centres championships Chapter circuit Commonwealth Games competitive costs countries countryside cricket culture distribution East Manchester economic environmental example factors festival Figure fitness club football funding geography global sports global village globalisation golf courses host impact improve increasing increasingly infrastructure international sporting investment involved Japan Kenyan League LEDCs leisure activities leisure industry leisure opportunities levels locational hotspot Manchester United MEDCs migration million mountain-biking negative externalities Nike organisation parks participation in sport participation rates particular sport particularly physical play players potential production range recreation regeneration Review rugby Rugby Union SECTION Senegal soccer social South Korea Southampton FC spatial spectators sponsorship sport and leisure sport governing bodies sport or leisure sporting talent stadium Stoke-on-Trent strategies surfing swimming Sydney talent hotspots teams tennis TNCs tourism venues Whilst World Cup