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Alana Thomson, Kristine Toohey, and Simon Darcy

The promise of a mass sport participation legacy as an outcome of hosting a large-scale sport event is commonly featured in bid documents and the political rhetoric surrounding large-scale sport events ( Reis, Frawley, Hodgetts, Thomson, & Hughes, 2017 ; Toohey, 2008 ). In this article, we

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Jens De Rycke, Veerle De Bosscher, Hiroaki Funahashi, and Popi Sotiriadou

.smr.2012.07.001 10.1016/j.smr.2012.07.001 Hayday , E.J. , Pappous , A. , & Koutrou , N. ( 2017 ). Leveraging the sport participation legacy of the London 2012 Olympics: Senior managers’ perceptions . International Journal of Sport Policy and Politics, 9 ( 2 ), 349 – 369 . doi:10

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Jared F.K. Monaghan and Claudio M. Rocha

examined before ( Ritchie et al., 2010 ), this finding suggests that the print media publicity around the sporting legacy of hosting the Olympics may have benefits for proponents. The evidence regarding a sport participation legacy reported to date is mixed. Some authors found that hosting the Olympics has