Whitepapers


US_TravelAssn
Whitepaper | March 1, 2015
The Power of Travel Promotion   

This report provides information on the value of travel and tourism and how travel promotion strengthens economic vitality. More>>



Olympic Rings
Whitepaper | February 1, 2015
Bidding for the Olympics: Fool's Gold?   

While much is promised to cities who bid on the Olympics, the reality may not live up to the hype. More>>



ACSM
Whitepaper | January 1, 2015
Worldwide Survey of Fitness Trends for 2015   

The American College of Sports Medicine has presented its study on sports and fitness trends for 2015, with insights into what drives the market. More>>



CEO_Logo
Whitepaper | December 1, 2014
The Impact of the Olympic Games on Tourism in Sports   

While some cities are shying away from hosting the Olympic Games, there can be little doubt of their tremendous impact on tourism. More>>



FISE
Whitepaper | November 1, 2014
The Economic Impact of FISE World Montpellier 2014   

A study of the economic impact of the FISE World Montpellier 2014 (Festival International Sport Extreme, or international extreme sports event). More>>



NSGA
Whitepaper | October 1, 2014
Connecting Sports Participation to Household Income   

Research by NSGA determined the cost to participate in sports and recreational activities is one of the key barriers to greater participation. More>>



RunningUSA
Whitepaper | September 1, 2014
An Analysis of the Largest Road Races Nationwide: 2014   

Provides analytical data on the largest road races in the nation: participation numbers, dates and events, in a year-over-year comparison. More>>



Golf
Whitepaper | August 1, 2014
Better Provisions for Lady Golfers   

A study of golf facilities and female athletes' input on how the facilities for a traditionally male game could be made more woman-friendly. More>>



WorldGolfFoundation
Whitepaper | July 1, 2014
Golf Economy Report   

The 2011 Golf Economy Report focuses primarily on the economics (including tourism and hospitality) of golf in 2011. More>>



RunningUSA
Whitepaper | June 1, 2014
State of the Sport-Part 1: Non-Traditional Running Events   

In five years, the estimated finishers in U.S. non-traditional events grew from the low six figures in 2009 to a staggering 4 million in 2013. More>>



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