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Image Gallery: The Top 10 Beaches of 2013
Main Beach, located in East Hampton on Long Island, N.Y., snagged the top spot on the Top 10 Best Beaches of 2013.
Wed May 22, 2013
Ocoee River Most Popular Whitewater Rafting River In America According To Recent Study
The Ocoee River is officially the most visited whitewater river in the United States with 229,542 visitors in 2012, according to research results announced today by tourism officials in Chattanooga.
Semenya omitted from Opex programme
Olympic silver medallist Caster Semenya was a surprise exclusion from the SA Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee's Operation Excellence programme.
The Legal Record
Mid-Am Canoe, Kayak Race Offers Something for All
Rivers are lively and energetic, always moving forward, never idling. From placid to pulsating, their moods - and their surroundings - are intriguing and ever-changing. The Fox River is a flowing example.
Sun May 19, 2013
Olympic torch relay 'worth every penny'
NEW figures show the cost of hosting the Olympic Torch relay in Dorset set back councils more than A 180,000. Dorset County Council spent A 40,000 while Bournemouth council spent A 93,000 and Poole's expenses came to A 50,947. The figures were released on the first anniversary of the start of the Olympic torch relay last year when the flame arrived ... (more)
The New Zealand Herald
Kayaking: Sprint star strikes gold again
Kiwi Olympic gold medallist Lisa Carrington again demonstrated her fondness for that particular colour, taking out the K1 500 at the second World Cup regatta in the Czech Republic last night.
Thu May 16, 2013
Trademark buying Lockheed Martin recreation land for new development
Trademark Property Co., a Fort Worth-based development firm, said Thursday it is buying 63 acres in west Fort Worth from the Lockheed Martin Recreation Association for a new residential and retail development to be called Waterside.
Local athlete to compete at Sprint World Cup 2
Team USA is looking to improve upon its performance last weekend in the World Cup opener last weekend in Szeged, Hungary.
Jordan Burroughs Interview
Am I saying sailing doesn't belong in the Olympics? Well, if it comes at the exclusion of wrestling, then, yes, I guess I am.
Upgrade of Olympic venue discussed
Renovation of the Olympic venue on Lake Lanier was discussed at a recent meeting involving city and county officials and others, including some of those directly involved in bringing the 1996 rowing, canoe and kayak competition to Gainesville.
Tue May 14, 2013
Xtra fun at new promenade festival
Watersports displays, a life-sized walking model of a T-Rex dinosaur, zipwires, and giant sand sculptures are among an action packed line-up of events at this year's Prom Xtra festival.
Olympic venue group gets update
The Gainesville-Hall 96 foundation's next life was started Monday, 17 years after playing a large role in creating the 1996 Lake Lanier Olympic Center and maintaining the site's legacy.
Mon May 13, 2013
Smith paddling to top
Kayaker Scott Smith, who has been selected to represent Australia's under-23 team in Canada, with Shellharbour Sports Assistance Fund chairman Don Briggs at Minnamurra.
Fantastic New Outdoor Fitness Concept Launches in South West London
London entrepreneur, Jonathan Bramley, has launched a new fitness concept in South West London aiming to capitalise on the legacy of the 2012 Olympic Games.
IOA delegates confident IOC will lift the ban
New Delhi, May 13 : Seeing the way the International Olympic Committee is taking interest in Wednesday's meeting with them, the Indian Olympic Association delegates feel the ban on the national Olympic committee will soon be lifted.
Sun May 12, 2013
The Chronicle Herald
WONG: Women athletes don't rate for locker room visits
Should male reporters have access to women's locker rooms? That's the question a number of readers - all males - posed after I wrote last week that Don Cherry was wrong when he said female reporters shouldn't enter men's dressing rooms.
The New Zealand Herald
Kayaking: Carrington wins in Hungary, silver for Hatton
World and Olympic champion Lisa Carrington won the K1 200m final of the opening World Cup regatta by a whisker.
Canoeing - Sawers strikes gold at canoe a
Louisa Sawers struck gold as Great Britain claimed three podium spots at the canoe sprint World Cup in Szegad, Hungary.
Sat May 11, 2013
The Chronicle Herald
De Jonge, Russell post wins at trials
Mark de Jonge and Ben Russell posted victories Saturday at the Canadian sprint canoe-kayak trials as the nation's top paddlers took aim at solidifying berths on the upcoming World Cup tour.
The Baltimore Sun
Canoe Kayak Slalom trials are coming to Deep Creek Lake
Once thought to be a somewhat out-of-the-way spot for winter ski trips and summer getaways from the scorching heat, Deep Creek Lake and the adjacent Wisp Resort could become "the No.