Increased awareness of new destinations another influence of globalization on tourism is a greater awareness of destinations and the range of leisure activities, sites, and cultures to visit around the world. Sport tourism impacts, there is still the need for a better understanding of the social impacts and management issues, particularly in developing countries existing studies have sought to identify the nature of sport tourism events by measuring. Recognition of the negative effects that are often associated with sporting megaevents has emerged relatively belatedly in the academic literature much attention has focused on the economic development potential of sporting events (burgan & mules, 1992) various authors suggest that positive image. Sport events became an increasingly important subcategory of 'event tourism' as a phenomenon in the last decades, therefore the current paper aims is to balance the positive and negative impacts of this type of tourism.
The positive and negative economic contributions of mega-sporting events to local sport tourism, sport event tourism and mega sporting-event tourism. A look at some of the advantages and disadvantages of hosting a major sporting event hosting a major sporting event can give many economic, social and cultural benefits however, the costs of hosting the event can also be quite high. Travel inconvenience was the most negative impact recorded, followed by price inflation, security and crime concern, risk of disease and pollution and environment concern respondents were unsure about any negative impact on service quality degradation. Therefore, to minimise the negative effects sport tourism brings to host cities, event's organisers must develop sport tourism in a way that will benefit the host cities this essay outlined the benefits of sport tourism in cities using sheffield as a case-study.
The impacts and strategic outcomes highlighted here have practical value for sport event management and strategy and advance our understanding of the economic, tourism, and social (including sport participation) consequences of events. Higham, j (1999) commentary - sport as an avenue of tourism development: an analysis of the positive and negative impacts of sport tourism current issues in tourism, 2 (1), 82 - 90 kasimati, e (2003) economic aspects and the summer olympics: a review of related research international journal of tourism research, 5(6), 433-444 keogh, b (1990. Social, economic and environmental impacts in tourism the large scale impacts of tourism include environmental, socio-cultural and economic impacts impacts can be positive, as well as negative, but should never be underestimated. Positive, negative impacts of sports tourism events on host community sport tourism is one of the fastest growing market segments in the tourism industry and is receiving increased attention for its social, environmental and economic impacts upon destinations. Due to the size, strength and impact of the tourism industry on local economies worldwide, the debate over the positive and negative effects of tourism is little more than a mental exercise but to develop sustainable tourism policies, a thoughtful consideration of these effects is necessary.
Negative impacts positive impacts congestion of natural areas resources recovery disturbance of wildlife ecological carrying capacity air pollution sewage disposal problem exhaustion of natural resources socio-cultural impacts socio-cultural impacts include not only the effects of seasonal variations on the host community but also on the visitor. The impact of cricket on the indian society is quite vivid in other senses as well the indian cricket has so far seen feudalism, class struggle, democracy, federalism, social coalitions, political arrangements, dictatorship, chaos, conspiracy, skullduggery, denial and acceptance, reforms, socialism, capitalism, liberalization almost everything. Sport and tourism marketers should realize that hosting events not only produces positive impacts but also causes negative impacts overall, respondents recorded that higher levels of positive social impacts were produced from this particular event compared to negative social impacts, which are consistent with the previous research ( kim et al. The positive and negative impacts of sports development in malaysia and how it boosts the country's tourism industry events tourism is essentially an event that is staged by the destination to appeal and benefit from visitors, domestic and international.
Similarly, other scholars find that the long-term impacts on tourism, accommodation and retailing are also negligible in most host countries  (matheson, 2012) therefore, these scholars believe that hosting the world cup has no long-term positive economic impacts on a host nation's economy (matheson, 2012. Negative impacts tourism inevitably leads to development - even in ecotourism efforts when natural areas become popular in the travel industry, they usually become the site of hotels. The positive and negative impacts of tourism making tourism sustainable the positive and negative impacts of tourism national parks have to conserve the landscape and wildlife, let people visit and enjoy the area and help support local people. Bath is a roman city which has become a popular tourist destination snowdonia and antarctica have also seen rises in tourism tourism must be managed to lessen negative effects.
The negative impact of events tourism develops when the level of visitor use is greater than the environment's ability to cope with this use within the acceptable limits of change (lorant, 2009. Tourism has enriched cities like barcelona in financial and other ways the irony of mass tourism, however, is that it destroys the enchantment that attracted tourists in the first place. Sporting events and new stadia also influence related sectors such as construction, leisure - gyms can see a rise in membership - and sports retail, as well as tourism. Impacts of sport tourism upon destinations in kenya have received little attention, with prior research on tourism impacts in kenya focusing almost exclusively on wildlife, cultural and beach tourism.