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Sustainable Development in Tourism Sports Events

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Lead Guest Editor:
Mohammad Saeid Kiani
Sport Management Department, Razi University, Kermanshah, Iran
Guest Editors
Leila Shahbazpour
Sport Management Department, Shahrood University of Technology
Shahrood, Iran
Leila Nazari
Sport Management Department, Razi University
Kermanshah, Iran
Sport tourism is a growing industry, which, as an influential factor in economic and social reconstruction and sustainable development, promotes the development of the host city and the rapid development of urban and rural areas in developing countries. Tourism is a major component of sport. Efforts to develop and promote sports facilities and services in the host city, and efforts to increase security, amusement, transportation, health and nutrition, and the improvement and development of the quality and quantity of residential centers, including hotels, metro for the use of tourists As well as the optimal use of tourist attractions in sport events in order to increase the number of visitors and tourists and to improve the quality of facilities and increase their number at the regional and international levels to meet the needs of sports tourists, the program Design and implement various programs and co-operative events at provincial, national and international levels Nations with proper timing and location to attract more sports tourists, conduct marketing activities for informing and attracting sports tourists to the host city of sports events, as well as designing and developing an information management system for the development of sport tourism in recreational areas Increased. If this trend is to be gradually replaced by the emergence of private associations and volunteers, it will change the hosting process, in such a situation, facilities will be cheaper to build and also after the event. Can be used by local residents.

Aims and Scope:

  1. Sustainble developement
  2. Tourism
  3. Sports event
  4. Environment
  5. Management
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