Sporting hyperchallenges: Health, social, and fiscal implications

@article{Lamont2019SportingHH,
  title={Sporting hyperchallenges: Health, social, and fiscal implications},
  author={M. Lamont and M. Kennelly},
  journal={Sport Management Review},
  year={2019},
  volume={22},
  pages={68-79}
}
There has been a rise in sport-focused event management organisations staging increasingly challenging quests for amateur athletes. Whilst endeavours such as running a marathon or completing an Ironman triathlon were previously pinnacle achievements for amateur athletes, sporting hyperchallenges, events covering greater distances, crossing more difficult terrain, or posing more extreme challenges have set the performance bar significantly higher. Cast against Western neoliberal backdrops the… Expand
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