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Lance Armstrong – Lie Strong

Lance Armstrong - Lie Strong
Lance Armstrong Finally Fesses Up. It’s been a while since the world of competitive sport has seen such a monumental fall from grace as that experienced by Lance Armstrong over the past few months. During an interview with Oprah Winfrey, the disgraced former superstar of cycling finally confessed to a litany of wrongs relating to his now infamous career. Central to the 41-year-old’s misconduct... 

Extreme Sports and Antisocial Behaviour.

Extreme Sports and Antisocial Behaviour.
Flicking through the local press recently, several stories reporting a link between extreme sports and antisocial behaviour came to my attention. The first concerned proposals for a BMX park in Flackwell, Buckinghamshire. The plans are being resolutely opposed by concerned local residents, who believe the development will significantly increase the levels of antisocial behaviour in their neighbourhood.... 

Olympic Campsite in Queen’s Back Garden.

Olympic Campsite in Queen's Back Garden.
The BBC has reported that part of Windsor Great Park is to be transformed into an Olympic campsite, in order to provide accommodation for visitors to the 2012 London Games. It is hoped that the site will provide pitches for up to one thousand visitors attending the various events being held on the famous Eton Dorney Lake. Since the 13th Century, Windsor Great Park has been the hunting ground of Windsor... 

Sponsored Video: The History Channel Resurrects Jousting.

Sponsored Video: The History Channel Resurrects Jousting.
It may be trite to say that modern action sports might one day exhaust themselves when it comes to pushing the limits of extreme, but there are certainly tinges of truth to this. So what happens when these sports are spent and the thrill of watching them begins to diminish? Well, the History Channel at least has come-up with an innovative solution to this problem. They took a look back at the brutal... 

Shoreham-By-Sea gears up for Airshow 2011

Shoreham-By-Sea gears up for Airshow 2011
Up-Diddily-Up-Up – It’s the Shoreham Airshow! Next weekend will see the triumphant return of one of the U.K.’s finest festivals of air. The Shoreham Airshow will be taking place on 20th and 21st August 2011 at Shoreham Airport. The event attracted over 45,000 spectators in 2009.  This year’s Airshow will see an expansion of activities, providing attendees with an evermore... 

New Extreme Sports Facilities in Big Demand.

With the recession getting ever worse and economic experts warning of a shrinking economy, a trade deficit of £27 Billion and a fall in domestic consumption, it seems no area of business is immune to the deepening financial woe. Not so it seems! Despite all the doom and gloom, there is at least one area which is showing continued growth – that is, demand for new extreme sports facilities. Support... 

Father of Whitewater Rafting Sets Out to Search for Fabled Jungle Elephant

The man credited with the invention of Whitewater Rafting has set out on a mission to track the fabled Raja Gaj, also known as the Beast of Bardia, a Nepalese jungle elephant, said to be a relative of the Woolly Mammoth. John Blashford-Snell is an explorer with an impressive record. The 73 year old ex-British Army officer has embarked on over 100 missions of exploration, venturing to the furthest... 
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