Document Type : Research Paper


1 Department of Humanities and Sport Science, Faculty of Sport Sciences, University of Gonbad Kavous, Gonbad, Iran

2 Department of Humanities and Sport Science, Faculty of Sport Sciences, Islamic Azad University, Azadshahr Branch, Azadshahr, Iran

3 Department of Humanities and Sport Science , Faculty of Sport Sciences, University of Gonbad Kavous, Gonbad, Iran.


Introduction: The purpose of the current research was developing comprehensive management system for holding sporting events for veterans and the disabled athletes based on the S7 approach.
Methods: The research was carried out by a mixed exploratory method. In the qualitative phase, 15 knowledgeable experts were included as the population for judgmental sampling method and in the quantitative phase, 113 athletes, referees, coaches and executives of the sitting volleyball Super League competitions participated as statistical population for the purposeful sampling method. The research tool was a questionnaire extracted from the quality phase of the research. After ensuring the desired reliability, the structural equation method with PLS-2 software was used to ensure the good fit of the research model and 2020 version of Maxqda software for the extracting selective codes.
Results: The study of research model fit based on Forner and Larker triple indexes confirmed that the research model had a good fit. Also, among all constructs, logistic management system and human resource management system had the highest factor load.
Conclusion: Therefore, the comprehensive and good implementation of sporting events management for veterans and the disabled includes seven modules such as competition management system, marketing management system, information and communication management system, logistic management system, human resource management system, risk management system and budget management system.


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