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Fans can buy tickets for Rugby World Cup 2015 now

Fans can buy tickets for Rugby World Cup 2015 now

Rugby fans can buy tickets to Rugby World Cup 2015 for the first time through the Official Travel Programme, thanks to England Rugby Travel.

The Six Nations: Why go?

The Six Nations Rugby Championship is edging ever closer. The 134-year-old tournament is steeped in history and if you are fortunate enough to have watched a game, it’s a memory that lasts with you forever.

A lasting legacy - Winter Olympic Games

A lasting legacy - Winter Olympic Games

Following the golden summer of 2012 there was as much emphasis on the legacy of London 2012 as on the Games themselves and it has become the buzzword of the decade so far.

Djokovic focused on Grand Slams

Despite surrendering the number-one position in the world rankings, Novak Djokovic says he will focus on adding to his six Grand Slam titles, rather than regaining top spot in the rankings, during 2014.

Tour de France planning goes into overdrive

Staff and Members of the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority are stepping up a gear in their preparations for next year's Tour de France Grand Départ.

Follow England to the Ashes

If you love cricket, then following England on the Ashes tour of Australia this November to January offers the perfect solution for avoiding the very worst of the winter here.

Hoy heads down under for Southern Hemisphere's top cycling event

Hoy heads down under for Southern Hemisphere's top cycling event

Olympic cycling champion, Sir Chris Hoy, will be heading to South Australia next year where he will be swapping the saddle for a special role as a guest of honour during the 2014 Santos Tour Down Under.

History, art and steeples… inspiring walks in Lincolnshire

Spires and steeples are set to welcome walkers and runners next month in a charity event celebrating a countryside heritage trail offering a walk though time – and an open-air gallery.

Brits account for 29% of World Cup searches

Brits account for 29% of World Cup searches

Travellers have already started searching for their hotels during the 2014 FIFA World Cup, according to hotel comparison website trivago.co.uk.

On your marks, get set, go… to Las Vegas for the Rock ‘N’ Roll Marathon

On your marks, get set, go… to Las Vegas for the Rock ‘N’ Roll Marathon

On 17 November 2013, Las Vegas will host the Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon and Half Marathon. In true Vegas style, the race is different from most traditional marathons in that participants run at night. Join runners and well-wishers in this sporting spectacle and see the Strip’s famous lights as competitors thunder across the finishing line.

Carbs & Craic at Baxters Loch Ness Marathon

The Baxters Loch Ness Marathon and Festival of Running is warming up for its annual festival of fun and running in Inverness on 28th & 29th September.

Limber up for the Cayman Islands Triathlon this November

Limber up for the Cayman Islands Triathlon this November

As triathlon-fever sweeps through the UK in the wake of the Olympic gold medallist Brownlee Brothers, a number of British enthusiasts are expected to join over 200 novice and professional athletes in The Arch and Godfrey Cayman Islands Triathlon taking place in the British Overseas Territory later this year.

The Armada set sail becoming World Record breakers

The Armada set sail becoming World Record breakers

On Sunday 15th September, it was a sunny start to the day when Sir Richard Branson, not one to stay on the side lines, decided it was time to set another world record.

Slide2Sochi Roadshow launches at The Snow Centre

Slide2Sochi Roadshow launches at The Snow Centre

The Snow Centre at Hemel Hempstead is kick-starting the winter season and launching the Slide2Sochi Roadshow and Snowsport England’s new GO SKI GO BOARD campaign with an action-packed weekend of snow sports activities hosted by Winter Olympian and skiing hero, Ed Drake.

Cycling fans get on their bikes in race to Glasgow 2014

Cycling fans get on their bikes in race to Glasgow 2014

Cycling fans waiting to see their heroes compete in the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games won't have to wait much longer to get in on the excitement, as the Tour of Britain, the last major cycling event to take place in Scotland before the Games, begins stage one north of the border on Sunday, 15 September.