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sports management 2011 issue 4
Editor's letter: Rethinking women's sport
Lack of investment largely accounts for the absence of a female sporting culture in the UK: its competitors are not being presented as fit, healthy role models to inspire women and girls to be active
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What are the benefits of hosting overseas squads in 2012?
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John Goodbody's analysis: Promoting fair play in sport
The IOC regards the potential of corruption through betting to be as big a threat to the integrity of sport as drugs
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Industry news:
Youth Charter urges legacy debate
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People News:
Studd steps down from SkillsActive
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2012 profile:
The BOA's Mike Hay
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Technical briefings at Loughborough University
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Interview: Sir Keith Mills
Sir Keith Mills talks to Karen Maxwell about Olympic legacy and delivering a new sporting infrastructure
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Event review: ISEM
pmplegacy's Helen Delany highlights the event's hot topics
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Major events : Masterplanning sochi
Jerry Anderson and John Barrow discuss Populous's Russian role
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New opening: In the know at knowsley
The newly-opened Knowsley Leisure and Culture Park is reviewed by John Bell
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Swimming: State of the industry report
David Minton highlights key data from the Leisure Database survey on UK swimming pool facilities
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Event preview: Spatex 2012
New building standards and rising energy prices will be key issues discussed at this event
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Grassroots sport: Taekwondo
Trevor Baxter looks at the structures the sport has in place to capitalise on London 2012 success
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Non traditional structures: The basketball arena
Karen Maxwell asks how the design brief for the Olympic temporary venue was met
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Big Screens: Keeping fans connected
Stadia technology by Stuart Hamilton
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CRM: Improving customer relationships in sport
Views from four industry experts
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Natural turf: All change for community rugby league
David Carpenter discusses the facility issues with becoming a summer sport
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Facility Management: National sports centres
Effective operation for elite and community use, by Kath Hudson
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Synthetic surfaces: Resurfacing synthetic turf
A Q&A with SAPCA's Marie Cooksey
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Sports lighting: Lighting maintenance
With rising costs and everyone feeling the pinch, your lighting installation may be an easy target for cutbacks
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Tennis: Introducing padel
Is the UK ready to play? By Trevor Baxter
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Play: Engaging in play
We get industry views on staying power
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sport kit: Product round-up
Audience Systems walking on air
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SAPCA directory:
SAPCA, is the recognised trade organisation for the sports and play facility construction industry in the UK
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Sport directory:
Be seen by over 5,500 active buyers in the most exciting full colour buyer's guide in the sports industry
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Diary dates:
Worldwide events listings for leisure professionals
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Sports Management magazine is one of the leading magazines for professionals in the sports and physical activity sector, covering the latest news, trends, research and analysis to help drive your business and keep ahead of the game.

Its readers include the major operators, manufacturers, investors, policy makers and suppliers in the sports market and the magazine is distributed at all the leading industry events throughout the year.

Published four times a year, in addition to the print version, Sports Management offers PDF and digital turning pages editions as well as the website, which is updated with news every day, and a weekly ezine.

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