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000028647 100__ $$aTorres, Cesar R.
000028647 245__ $$9eng$$aOn the Merit of the Legacy of Failed Olympic Bid
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000028647 520__ $$9fre$$aOlympic legacy has become a dominant theme within the Olympic Movement. For decades, legacy concerns were confined to the hosting of the Olympic Games. However, these concerns have been recently extended to the bidding process itself. Cities bidding for the Olympic Games are now required to identify their legacy regardless of the outcome of their bids. This paper explores the merits of extending legacy discourse in case bids failed. It contends that the extension of legacy discourse into failed bids, at least as typically articulated in Olympic circles, is problematic. It also contends that failed bids should be seen themselves as a form of legacy worth recognizing and protecting.
000028647 695__ $$9fre$$aJeux Olympiques ; candidature échouée ; héritage
000028647 695__ $$9eng$$aOlympic Games ; failed bids ; legacy
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000028647 982__ $$aArticle du Comité de sélection 2011 = Article of the Selection Committee 2011
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