In recent years sport has come to play a significant role in tourism, as a means of both creating a competitive offer and stimulating year-round demand.
In this book, the tourist product is considered as a performance. The term "choreography" is in fact used to illustrate the variety of different connections that can be set up between the lead players. The study presents a theoretical model for analysis of the relations between the stakeholders of sports tourism, empirically tested through specific case studies.
In view of the combination of theoretical and empirical analysis, this work provides a useful tool for those working in the sector, as well as a study aid for students on undergraduate and postgraduate courses in the areas of sport and tourism management.