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Profiling spectators at a one-day international cricket match

, : Profiling spectators at a one-day international cricket match. Journal of Sport Tourism 8(4): 293-301

Sport events have become major tourism products and promote destinations globally. Since South Africa's re-admission to international cricket in 1991 the country has established itself as one of the leaders in world cricket, boasting some of the finest stadiums in the world. Touring international sides, accompanied by hundreds of national and international tourists in the form of spectators, players, media and medical staff have an impact on the host community.


DOI: 10.1080/1477508032000161582

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