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This paper seeks to discuss information and documentation in the Olympic Games from three perspectives. Firstly, the paper discusses the information environment of the event organisers, the Organising Committees for the Olympic Games (OCOGs) and provides a case

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Article written by Andrey Makarychev from the University of Tartu, Estonia and Alexandra Yatsyk from the Kazan Federal University, Russia. "This article analyses how two large-scale sports events in Russia shape regional identities and brands, and prompt different social

Mosaico Olímpico

Fernández Peña, Emilio; Berta Cerezuela; Miquel Gómez Benosa; Chris Kennett; Miquel de Moragas Spà (2011): Mosaico olímpico: Investigación multidisciplinar y difusión de los estudios olímpicos. CEO-UAB: 20 años. Barcelona : Centre d’Estudis Olímpics, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona; Ajuntament

Mosaic Olimpic

Fernández Peña, Emilio; Berta Cerezuela; Miquel Gómez Benosa; Chris Kennett; Miquel de Moragas Spà (2011): Mosaic olímpic: Recerca multidisciplinar i difusió dels estudis olímpics. CEO-UAB: 20 anys. Barcelona : Centre d’Estudis Olímpics, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona; Ajuntament de

The Legacy of the Olympic Games 1984-2000

Miquel de Moragas; Christopher Kennett; Nuria Puig (eds.) (2002): The Legacy of the Olympic Games 1984-2000: International Symposium Lausanne, 14th, 15th and 16th November 2002. Lausanne: International Olympic Committee. ISBN: 9291149-091-1


   
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CEO-UAB has welcomed a group of representatives from the Japan will host the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, and has been host of major sport events such as the 2002 FIFA World Cup, the 2009 World Table Tennis Championships,

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Prior to the 2012 London Olympic and Paralympic Games, new statistical methods had to be developed for the enhanced syndromic surveillance during the Games. Different methods were developed depending on whether or not historical data were available. Practical solutions were needed to cope with the required daily reporting and data quality issues. During the Games, nearly 4800 signals were tested on average each day, generating statistical alarms that were assessed to provide information on areas of potential public health concern and reassurance that no major adverse incident had occurred.