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British Kitesurfing Championship 2010

This month, the small town of Walney was the focus of national attention amongst the kitesurfing community after the British Kitesurfing championship arrived in town. Enthusiasts from all corners of the U.K. battled it out  as part of the Kite-ival, one of the growing extreme sports based festivals. Earnse Bay was the location for four British Championship freestyle and racing competitions. The three... 

David Cameron goes surfing in Polzeath

OK, so perhaps it’s a bit of a stretch of the imagination to say that David Cameron went surfing on his recent trip to Polzeath, Cornwall, which is a renowed beauty spot and a magnet for surfers from around Europe. He did however pose for the paps on the beach, holding a bodyboard, having just spent a bit of time splashing about in the wash of the tide, clad in designer wet suit and looking... 

Extreme Sports and The Internet – Don’t miss the wave!

You would have to have been living in a cave on the moon for the last twenty years to have failed to notice the revolutionary impact the internet has had on business, entertainment, culture, sport and life in general. The coming of the age of the internet is the single greatest technological innovation ever experienced and it has transformed communication and commerce. Most people are aware that the... 

The European Union and Extreme Sports Businesses

The European Union and Extreme Sports Businesses
To many people in the U.K. the E.U. seems distant and remote, an artificial superstructure, which has been imposed above them and doesn’t hold anything of interest. Nothing could be further from the truth. The European Union has revolutionised British business and significantly raised the rights and living standards of all U.K. citizens. - The common market has led to a fantastic diversity of... 
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