OPPORTUNITIES OF SPORTS DEVELOPMENT IN DELHI

Devsri Laikangbam, Kalpana Sharma

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This paper tries to provide a trend analysis of sports promotion and development in the past few years. The analysis is based on the aspects of promotion and development of sports only. It has been found that the sport development has seen various aspects further which provide developmental activity through sport. Further, the sports promotion also has been analyzed with the help of available review of literature and it has been found that sports has been promoted through leagues, events and sporting activities which have an upward trend as reported with the higher fan following in the literature.

 

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basketball, plyometric, training

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