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Five sports have secured additional funding towards their high-performance programmes ahead of the Tokyo 2020 Games. Elite funding agency UK Sport will invest up to ... 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
Breakdancing is among four new sports being proposed for inclusion at the Paris 2024 Olympic Games. Surfing, climbing and skateboarding are the other disciplines put ... More
Surfing, skateboarding and climbing are among the 14 sports to have have received investment from UK Sport's new £3m Aspiration Fund. The fund, launched in ... More
Construction on Hjertet (“The Heart” in Danish), a multi-purpose leisure centre in the Jutlandic town of Ikast is now complete. The 3,600sq m (39,000sq ft) ... More
One of Europe’s largest and most dramatic skateparks has been built in Luxembourg, in the shadow of a UNESCO World Heritage site. The multi-level park ... More
FIBO Exhibition
FIBO Exhibition
ACTVENTURE, the multi-million-dollar leisure and lifestyle mega-destination underway on the Sunshine Coast of Australia, is eyeing a rollout to the United Arab Emirates. US practice ... More
Artist Asad Raza has created an indoor tennis court with a difference: it sits within a deconsecrated 16th-century church. Rather than an excitable crowd of ... More
The city council of Australia’s Gold Coast has fast-tracked the building a AU$60.5m (US$48.1m, €40.3m) art gallery to add to its fast-developing cultural precinct. Designed ... More
Danish architects EFFEKT have released new images showcasing the spiralling 45m tall (147.6ft) observation tower they are designing in a preserved Danish forest. The studio ... More
Almost 300 fewer athletes will take part at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games from last year’s Rio Games as a result of programme changes made ... More
Australia’s first “Active Lifestyle” project is coming closer to reality, with the Sunshine Coast Council granting development approval for the first phase of the $400m ... More
Les Mills
Les Mills
Here are some of the stories that appeared on CLAD this week, from Santiago Calatrava’s mysterious billion pound London project to a beautiful new Tokyo ... More
Danish architects EFFEKT will convert an abandoned windmill factory in the city of Viborg into a vibrant culture house for street sports, street culture and ... More
Copenhagen architects EFFEKT have today (20 January) won planning permission to build a 45m (147.6ft) spiralling observation tower in a preserved Danish forest. Located in ... More
Sportswear giant Adidas has revealed its plans to transform its German headquarters into a huge leisure campus, including four star-shaped public spaces promoting exercise and ... More
Budapest will establish an Urban Games initiative as the city ramps up its bid to host the 2024 Olympic Games. The Hungarian capital will stage ... More
English Heritage has launched a campaign to turn one of its most popular summertime events into a fully-fledged Olympic sport, with the cultural body lobbying ... More
Miha Bodytec GmbH
Miha Bodytec GmbH
The government has been asked to lobby for the inclusion of squash as an Olympic sport, although sports minister Tracey Crouch claimed that it was ... More
The main contractor has been appointed for the construction of Urban Sports Park (USP) – a multi-level indoor skating complex in Folkestone, UK designed by ... More
The inclusion of five new sports in the Olympic Games programme moved closer following recommendations made by the board of the International Olympic Committee (IOC). ... More
Guy Holloway Architects look set to develop the world’s first multi-storey skatepark in the British port town of Folkestone after their design received planning approval ... More
Architecture studio EFFEKT have completed their transformation of an abandoned train depot in the Danish seaport Esbjerg into a new facility for street sport, skateboarding ... More
A crumbling 100-year old church in Llanera, northern Spain, has been transformed by local skateboarding enthusiasts and a hotly-tipped artist into a spectacular indoor skate ... More
Young people living in poverty are being priced out of sport participation, with the cost of leisure centres and sports facilities “too high”, according to ... More
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