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Abstract

While sports events can provide a source of pride and can engender a sense of community for residents in the destination, they can also cause substantial problems for the local population, leading to frustration and possibly even anger. This case study examines two sports events - the Australian Open Tennis Championships and the Australian Formula 1 Grand Prix to discover their impacts on the host communities, their legacies, the management issues and the methods that can be used in such research

Teaching and learning

This item is suitable for undergraduate, postgraduate and executive education courses.

Geographical setting

Region:
Oceania/Australasia
Country:
Australia
Location:
Melbourne

Featured companies

Australian Formula 1 Grand Prix
Australian Open Tennis Championships

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Abstract

While sports events can provide a source of pride and can engender a sense of community for residents in the destination, they can also cause substantial problems for the local population, leading to frustration and possibly even anger. This case study examines two sports events - the Australian Open Tennis Championships and the Australian Formula 1 Grand Prix to discover their impacts on the host communities, their legacies, the management issues and the methods that can be used in such research

Teaching and learning

This item is suitable for undergraduate, postgraduate and executive education courses.

Settings

Geographical setting

Region:
Oceania/Australasia
Country:
Australia
Location:
Melbourne

Featured companies

Australian Formula 1 Grand Prix
Australian Open Tennis Championships

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