By Willy Lambil, Raoul Cauvin
1984 French-language hardbound quantity. colour. 50 pages.
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15), which seats 15000 spectators. that the ball is only a blur at times. The 15 000 seats are fed by 20 entrances/vomitories, and the stadium has a sliding roof which takes 20 minutes to close. Unlike Wimbledon the court has a ‘rebound ace’ hard acrylic surface which has the advantage of allowing intensive multi-purpose year-round use for other sports and for pop concerts, etc. (around 120 events are staged per annum). However, it is thought by some to be visually ‘dead’ compared with the Wimbledon grass court.
In 2007 a retractable roof was retro-fitted to the famous open-air Centre Court at Wimbledon, London (see also Appendix 3). a family to arrive and leave together, but to experience in the intervening period five different activities. While the parents ‘see’ the live game, their children ‘experience’ the live game in the virtual reality studio where images from the ‘in pitch’ cameras provide close immediate action. g. 4). There have been completely new events such as the Ironman Triathlon, which was created in 1978 resulting from a bar-room challenge issued in Hawaii and is now an Olympic event.
3 The owner Assuming players and spectators can be brought together, it falls to the stadium owner to ensure that the physical venue is a going concern – in other words, he must ensure the venue’s continued financial viability. 2 very The stadium as a building type few stadia produce profits for their owners simply on their sporting functions. e. ‘gate income’). • Narrow the shortfall by exploiting non-sporting forms of market income (‘non-gate income’). • Close any remaining gap by means of public funding or other forms of direct subsidy or grant.
Les tuniques bleues, tome 20 : Black face by Willy Lambil, Raoul Cauvin