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New sports let everybody play

New sports like 'Wiffle hurling', 'Mojo Kickball', and street bicycle polo are designed for players who may otherwise never play team sports - or even exercise...

Euro 2008: International irrelevance?

On the eve of England’s crucial European qualifiers, Steve Mclaren’s career as England manager could be defined over the next round...

Fever pitch as new Premiership season kicks off

With the new season underway, the excitement reaches tangible levels as international superstars from across the globe descend upon England...

Liverpool and Everton: A tale of two stadiums

Football passions run high in Liverpool as the city's two football clubs announce plans to abandon their grounds to move to new stadia...

Turn your world upside down: Have a ball in a Zorb!

If you have ever wished you could walk on water or effortlessly cartwheel down a mountain range, the Zorb will fulfill your dreams...

Arsenal steal march on United

It was deemed "Grand Slam Sunday" the day in which Chelsea and Manchester United could turn the Premiership race into a two horse challenge...

Schumacher back in San Marino GP

Michael Schumacher has ended 18 months of living in Fernando Alonso’s shadow with his first Grand Prix win against a full grid since Suzuka 2004...

Alonso takes pole in Bahrain

The 2006 F1 season got off to a great start as world champion Alonso began as he had finished in 2005 with another victory over Michael Schumacher...

Six Nations, One Objective

It's as synonymous with springtime as the flowering of the first  daffodil. But with the toughest players in Europe playing for national pride, there won't be any flowers on offer.

What to expect from F1 in 2006

After the exhilarating 2005 Formula One Season, here's what to expect in 2006 when 11 teams and 22 of the world’s finest drivers take to the grid in March...

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