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Upcoming sports events not to miss

Years that fall on an even number are always of particular interest to sports fans as they alternate between the Summer Olympics and the World Cup - the two biggest sporting events in the world in terms of audience and media coverage. In 2016 it's the turn of the Olympics […]

Travel and living

London from a Bird's Eye View

London is an ever changing city. Every day, new buildings are commissioned and shop fronts will change. Tower blocks are pulled down with new housing estates and shopping centres taking their place. Just as the immediate space changes, so does the London skyline. The view across London's rooftops has changed […]

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Embrace the Australian Sporting Culture

Back in 1993 when Australia won the right to host the 2000 Olympics, it was the confirmation of a sporting nation. Australia is a country with a deep tradition in sporting culture. As far back as the country's history goes, there's always been a passion for the sporting prowess from […]

Sport

Advanced Archery Products and How they can Help Archers

Once a skill to survive the deadliest of battles, archery has now relegated to the ranks of innocuous entertainment. People join archery schools to learn it and outperform others in the competitions. The thoughts of harming others don’t occupy their minds. Bowhunters, however, look at archery from a completely different […]

Sport

Getting Fit Old School Style

How do you stay fit when your goal in life isn’t to work in a circus catching cannonballs, win a triathlon, aim for a gold medal in the Olympics or punch out Sylvester Stallone? Do we all have to look like Mr. Universe to stay fit? For those of us […]

Travel and living

The Biggest Sports Arenas in The World

There are very few activities in the world that bring together large groups of people together than in sport. Sports such as football/soccer, American football, Athletics, Cricket, Australian Rules football and rugby feature the largest arenas in the world. Surprisingly (or maybe not) the largest stadium in the world is […]

Economy

How a Country Can Help Grow Its Economy

The past few years the economy has slowly been building itself back up across many countries. It's been a tough recession with countries such as Greece and Ireland needing serious help to keep themselves afloat. However, we seem to be turning a corner, and the global economy is slowly working […]

Sport

Brief History of Archery

Archery, one of the ancient sports of the world, has an ennobling history behind it. Historians talked about arrowheads dated as far as over 25,000 years ago. They also mentioned about shafts of bows as well as arrows, arrows with feathers and other relevant things associated with archery that dated […]

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Could Technology Make Cycling Safer?

Although it is a healthy, enjoyable pastime and a cost-effective, environmentally friendly alternative to automotive commuting, cycling can unfortunately be quite dangerous, especially on the roads and streets of a busy city. In London in November of last year for example, 6 people were fatally wounded in cycling accidents on […]