Following the spectacular success of Bradley Wiggins in winning ‘Le Tour’ in 2012 (and the BBC Sports Personality of the Year) and the continuation of ‘bike mania’ as Team GB cleaned up at the London Olympics
Sports-related tourism is now one of the fastest growing sectors of the travel industry. On average 12 million international trips are made annually for the purpose of watching or taking part in a sporting event.
Team GB's gold medal winning Olympic triathlete and back-to-back European Triathlon Union champion, Alistair Brownlee, has thrown his hat in the ring for the 2013 Abu Dhabi International Triathlon as he looks to expand his competitive horizons.
Now the Olympics are over, it doesn't mean sport has to end. Grab your passport and jet off to continue your 2012 sporting year with a trip to the Great Lakes.
Ultra-luxury Crystal Cruises announces four new privileged opportunities for guests to experience the fast cars and glamorous events of next spring's legendary Monaco Grand Prix.
Formula 1 star, Mark Webber, has released details of the course for his charity adventure race, the Swisse Mark Webber Tasmania Challenge, which will take place from 28 November to 2 December, immediately after the Brazil round that ends the 2012 season.
With just two weeks to go, excitement is building for the ICC World Twenty20 2012 in Sri Lanka. Thousands of cricket fans from around the world will be travelling to support their team and there is still time for those that haven’t booked to experience it first-hand with Emirates Live.
This brand new hotel, which opened in August this year, is situated at St George's Park at Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire.
The stage has been set. The London 2012 Olympic and Paraylmpic Games have showcased England to the world.
Yas Marina, operated and managed by Camper & Nicholsons Marinas, has opened bookings for the Formula 1 Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, taking place from 2nd-4th November 2012 with berths filling up quickly.
As the Brits slowly emerge from the Olympic fever, many across the nation have been left suffering from “PED syndrome” also known as “post event depression”, but don’t be alarmed as Tahiti and her islands may hold the cure.
It’s been the conversation topic of choice at office desks, throughout social media and undoubtedly at St James’ Palace today with varying opinions on the exploits of Prince Harry as he takes a welcome break in Las Vegas.
The Cook Islands prepares itself to welcome over 800 competitors taking part in one of the most unique water sports events in the world, the Vaka Eiva Festival, held from 24th-30th November 2012.
This September, over 1,500 entrants from more than 40 countries are expected to converge in Pembrokeshire to test themselves against this year’s Ironman Wales 2012 event.
If the Open Golf at Royal Lytham & St Annes has whetted your appetite for watching some quality play, then put August 7-10 in your diary and head to De Vere Carden Park, near Chester.
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