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Asian Cup - Australia 2015

January 2015 - right across the Nation

Asian  Cup - Australia 2015

What you need to know about Asian Cup 2015 ... and some things you didn't.

History The AFC Asian Cup (AFC - Asian Fooball Confederation) has been held every 4 years since 1956 but this timing clashed with other global sporting events (Olympics etc) and to break this clash, was held in 2007 and to run every subsequent  4 years... more »

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Uphill and down dale

Uphill and down dale

With the rise in car ownership in the latter half of the 20th Century it was thought that the days of the bicycle as a means of commuting and a hobby were numbered. However, the prophets of doom were proved wrong... and how! The increasing ...more »

Vilamoura Champions Tour and Atlantic Tour

Vilamoura Champions Tour and Atlantic Tour

Famous as a golf destination and host of the Portugal Masters, Vilamoura is also home to top stars and performers in the equestrian world for the duration of the Vilamoura Champions Tour 2014 and the Atlantic Tour in 2015. Over the four ...more »

Bali to Sumbawa

Bali to Sumbawa

The rugged island of Sumbawa in West Nusa Tengarra is a remote yet beautiful place. Located to the east of Lombok, Sumbawa is just waiting to be discovered. It may take longer to reach but once you get to Sumbawa you’ll be rewarded with ...more »

Winterly Sicily

Winterly Sicily

In November, when winter is knocking on the door, many of us are dreaming of a sunny place. Some of you certainly want to go skiing, but maybe the rest of the family got other ideas, like beach holidays, a city trip or sightseeing. Come ...more »

Flying high in Queenstown

Flying high in Queenstown

Sitting in its enclave of rugged mountain peaks, verdant hillsides and nestled on the shores of Lake Wakatipu, Queenstown is home to one of the most dramatic settings of any destination in New Zealand. With that in mind it’s hardly ...more »

World's toughest yacht race sets off from Alicante

World's toughest yacht race sets off from Alicante

Waves taller than buildings, icebergs, freezing nights and scorching hot days are just some of the challenges facing the teams taking part in the 2014 Volvo Ocean Race. For the third time, the toughest yacht race in the world starts in the ...more »

Lake Skadar - National Park

Lake Skadar - National Park

The largest lake in the Balkans, its vast waters circled by dramatic karst mountains and packed with wildlife, Lake Skadar is arguably Montenegro’s best kept secret.  Offering 400km2 of protected wilderness to explore, it’s a ...more »

Melbourne Cup's Winners

Melbourne Cup's Winners

The Melbourne Cup is called 'the race that stops a nation'. On the first Tuesday in November at 2pm (AEST) most folks Down Under, and fans in many other countries with horse racing fraternities, are in front of their television, radio or ...more »

Latin Dancing in Seoul

Latin Dancing in Seoul

This is the oldest Salsa Bar in Korea, located in the Hongdae neighborhood in the North West side of Seoul.  It is open everyday except for Sundays, and its most popular nights are Fridays and Saturdays where Salsa, Bachata, Merengue and ...more »

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Sport is a global language that ignores cultural barriers and unites disparate communities, an indiscriminate ubiquity understood by all and exclusive of none. It's something that every culture in the world has put their own spin on, from camel racing in the Middle East to heli-skiing in North America, and as such has become enveloped within the sphere of travel. Indeed, there isn't a single corner of the world it hasn't permeated, nor a single person it hasn't in some way touched.

Our Sports articles explore the full breadth of competitive and individual endeavours spread across the globe. Whether it's skiing down a polished piste or paddling up a ravishing river, letting gravity take the reins beneath a parachute or working against it on a craggy rock face, splashing around a swimming pool or smashing balls with a bat, going wheel to wheel on an asphalt track or stern to bow on shimmering seas, we've got it covered.

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