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The World Architecture Festival (WAF) 2019 opened yesterday in Amsterdam, with the first awards announced for winners in a number of categories. Heatherwick Studio's New ... More
There has been a 'massive increase' in sports participation among the Chinese population following the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games. Revealing details of legacy programmes to ... More
Medal success by British ski, snowboard and wheelchair curling athletes at world championship level is to be rewarded with increased funding in the run up ... More
The UK has won bids for two world championships of sport – adding to a long line of major events to be held in the ... More
A number of leisure industry people have been recognised in this year's New Year Honours list. Sport Former England rugby captain and current chair of ... More
A number of sportspeople have been recognised for their work in this year's Queen's Birthday Honours list. Sir Craig Reedie, the president of the World ... More
International architects Snøhetta have designed a new planetarium and a visitor centre for Norway’s largest astronomical facility by studying the night sky for design inspiration. ... More
Australian architecture studio GroupGSA have won a design competition to create an information hub for the ski resort hosting events during the 2022 Winter Olympics. ... More
One of Scotland’s most important national sports facilities reopened yesterday (30 August) following a £12m (US$15.5m, €13m) redevelopment, hailed as a “first of its kind” ... More
Team GB's Olympic and Paralympic curling teams are opening the new National Curling Academy today (23 August), with the £3.15m (US$4m, €3.4m) facility the first ... More
A number of winter sports have had their UK Sport funding awards altered ahead of the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang. Bobsleigh and figure ... More
Dr Michael Brabetz has been appointed medical director of the Waldhotel, the upcoming health and medical wellness at Bürgenstock Resort Lake Lucerne. Bürgenstock launches in ... More
A seemingly doomed plan to build one of the world's largest indoor ice rinks inside a huge New York armoury has been given a new ... More
Thorpe Park has released new test footage for its reimagined version of Derren Brown’s Ghost Train, demonstrating the park’s promise to “up the fear” with ... More
Visitors to China’s capital can experience the Beijing National Stadium from a dramatic new perspective following the the opening of a corridor along the structure’s ... More
A sporting body that marries physical activity and occupational therapy for people with learning disabilities has been recognised by a new strategy launched by NHS ... More
Olympic gold medallist Joanna Rowsell Shand has been appointed as one of the five new members of the British Olympic Association’s (BOA) Athletes’ Commission. The ... More
Beijing is preparing to transform the facilities it built for the 2008 Olympic Games to accommodate other sports ahead of the 2022 Winter Olympics. China’s ... More
Wheelchair curling has lost all its UK Sport funding for the 2018 Winter Olympics despite an overall funding increase for the Games. Relegation from the ... More
A monumental turreted armoury in New York borough the Bronx could be transformed into the world's largest indoor ice rink complex, if funding can be ... More
England football under-21 coach Gareth Southgate is among 11 professional coaches who will receive UK Sport investment to take part in its Elite Programme. Southgate ... More
The Youth Olympic Games in Lillehammer is due to kick off today (12 February), with its upgraded venues and slopes welcoming 1,071 athletes from 71 ... More
The Organising Committee of the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics has officially begun its work – five months after the Chinese capital was chosen to host ... More
The owners of a large garden centre in Preston have revealed plans for a £6m on-site leisure development, which would include only the second curling ... More
UK Sport is to double its investment in Team GB’s Winter Olympic athletes ahead of the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang. The decision follows this ... More
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