A Theory Of Mega Sport Event Legacies 1
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The general phenomenon of interest is the transformation left by a mega sport event. The boundary conditions of the legacy theory are that a legacy must be identified and evaluated on the basis of its spatial, temporal and stakeholder limits. A wide variety of industries or branches can be considered, depending on the purpose of a study or a practical application. Many studies consider legacy only indirectly. They study specific developments, such as enhancement of the host city or the country's image, or more efficient local governance or improved communal well-being, rather than the concept of legacy as a whole. The major change extension to legacy theory was to narrow the aim of legacy to improved quality of life for the host city population, as suggested by K. Kaplanidou and K. Karadakis. The theory can be used in practice to guide event organisers in planning a legacy.