6. Glasgow and Berlin will co-host this first edition of the European Championships in 2018. More than 3,000 athletes from 52 nations will participate across venues in Scotland as part of a delegation of around 8,500 including officials, media and others. Venues include the Emirates Arena, Tollcross International Swimming Centre, Cathkin Braes Mountain Bike Trails and the SSE Hydro.
7. Rogerson R (2017) Re-defining temporal notions of event legacy: lessons from Glasgow's Commonwealth Games. Annals of Leisure Research 19(4); 497–518
8. Robert Rogerson (2016) Glasgow's Commonwealth Games: behind the scenes
17. An Evaluation of Legacy from the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games: Economic Assessment Technical Report (2015)
18. Communication from Event Scotland, 2018
19. Communication from Glasgow City Marketing Bureau, 2017
20. Tier 1 contracts awarded through the Glasgow Business Portal included contracts to deliver the capital programme of venue developments and the creation of the Athletes' Village development in addition to wider Games related capital spend and procurement by the OC related to delivering the event.
22. Communication from Scottish Enterprise, 2017
23. Monitoring the Impacts of the Commonwealth Games and Regeneration on the East End of Glasgow: Headline Indicators 2012-2016
24. Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games clyde-sider study: A synthesis of the learning .Glasgow Centre for Population Health available at www.gcph.co.uk/publications
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26. Rogerson R, Reid F, Sly B, Nicholson R (2018) Three years on – the impact of being a Host City Volunteer at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games.
32. Village Life: The Early Experience of Living in the Commonwealth Games Athletes' Village Development' (forthcoming on the GoWell East website)
36. Communication from Glasgow City Council, February 2018
37. Weed M (et al) The Olympic Games and raising sport participation: a systematic review of evidence and an interrogation of policy for a demonstration effect. Sports Management Quarterly (2015) Volume 15 Issue 2.
40. Communication Glasgow Life, 2018
42. Scottish Household Survey 2016 (Chapter 8) http://www.gov.scot/Resource/0052/00525075.pdf
43. Communication, sportscotland
44. Communication sportscotland
45. Communication sportscotland
50. CMO children's guidelines are for at least 60 minutes of physical activity a day. http://www.gov.scot/About/Performance/scotPerforms/partnerstories/Outcomes-Framework/CMO-Guidelines-CHILD
51. Please note the GoWell East findings are based on slightly different questions than the population level figures quotes elsewhere
53. Communication, sportscotland
59. Spirit of 2012 (2016) Legacy 2014 Physical Activity Fund Programme Evaluation
63. OFCOM (2014) Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games: Media Consumption Research
65. Scotland participates in the Nations Brand Index every 2 years
68. Communication, Glasgow City Council
69. TNS Omnibus Survey March 2015. When asked 'now that the commonwealth Games are over, what, if anything, do you think will have changed because of them? Only 3% of unprompted answers were negative.
70. OFCOM (2014) Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games: Media Consumption Research , Glasgow Household Survey and Scottish Household Survey
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72. BOP consulting (2015) Glasgow 2014 Cultural Programme Evaluation: Overarching Report. Creative Scotland and Glasgow Life
73. Scotland's People Annual Report: Results from the 2015 Scottish Household Survey Table 13.3, p.243.
74. The Cultural Digest 2017 by John Myerscough.