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  2. [English] 2003 World Youth Athletic Championships Economic Impact Assessment
    2004 - Canada

    The combined spending of the operations, capital and visitors were estimated to be just over $18.9 million5, which generated a total potential economic activity of nearly $39.6 million in the...

  3. [English] UCI 2003 Road World Cycling Championships: Hamilton, Ontario. Economic Impact Assessment
    2004 - Canada

    The combined spending of the operations, visitors and capital at the 2003 UCI Road World Championships was estimated to reach $19.7 million, which generated a total potential economic activity of...

  4. [English] Economic Impact Analysis of the 2002 North American Indigenous Games
    2002 - Canada

    The combined expenditure of visitors and operations was $8.143 million, and these expenditures generated a total of $25.949 million in economic activity for the province, $16.614 million of which...

  5. [English] 2003 Canada Winter Games Economic Impact Assessment
    2003 - Canada

    The combined spending of the operations, capital and visitors were estimated to be $38.7 million, which generated a total potential economic activity of $70.4 million in the province. Of this,...

  6. [English] Economic Impact Analysis of the 2002 MasterCard Skate Canada International
    2003 - Canada

    The combined initial expenditures of both visitors and operational spending totalled $2.60 million, which in turn generated a total of $6.27 million in economic activity for the province of Quebec,...

  7. [English] IIHF World Junior Championship: Economic Impact Assessment
    2006 - Canada

     In total, the combined expenditure of the organizing committee’s operations budget, capital construction costs, and the estimated expenditure of visitors to the 2006 IIHF World Junior Championship...

  8. [English] Economic Impact Assessment: 2005 Bell Capital Cup
    2005 - Canada

     In total, the combined initial expenditure of close to $4.9 million generated nearly $11.1 million in economic activity, of which $7.7 million occurred in the City of Ottawa.

  9. [English] 1998 Arctic Winter Games - Economic Impact
    1998 - Canada

    The 1998 AWG resulted in ‘autonomous spending’ of approximately $3.385 million in the Territorial economy and "direct autonomous spending’ in the Yellowknife economy of approximately $3.679...

  10. [English] Canada Winter Games 2007: Economic Impact Assessment Final Report
    2008 - Canada

    The 2007 Canada Winter Games contributed an estimated $75.2 million to the GDP and generated $176.7 million in economic activity throughout the Yukon. The combined total of the visitor...

  11. [English] Regular physical activity improves endothelial function in patients with coronary artery disease by
    2003 - Germany

    Exercise training in stable coronary artery disease leads to an improved agonist-mediated endothelium-dependent vasodilatory capacity. The change in acetylcholine-induced vasodilatation was closely...

  12. [English] Older Adults Who Exercise Boost Blood Flow in Brain
    2008 - USA

    Regular exercise, which increases blood flow to the brain, is important to healthy aging.

  13. [English] 2008 Arctic Winter Games: Economic Impact Assessment
    2008 - Canada

    The combined spending of operations and visitors to the 2008 Arctic Winter Games exceeded $6.6 million, generating an estimated $13.2 million in economic activity for the Northwest Territories, of...

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