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2010 King's Cup Elephant Polo Tournament Kicks Off In Thailand [VIDEO]

The annual King's Cup Elephant Polo Tournament in Thailand kicked off on Wednesday. Players from 15 countries, including the United States, Great Britain and Germany joined the tournament in the northern province of Chiang Rai. Proceeds from the e...

Bangkok Venue to Host Thailand Open Chess Championship From April 14-20, 2010

Coinciding with the city's Songkran festivities, the tenth Thailand Open Chess Championship will take place at the Century Park Hotel from April 14th to 20th.

International Polo Federation President James Ashton dies in Thailand fall

The interim president of the Federation of International Polo (FIP) James Ashton died Sunday night following a fall during a game in Thailand. In a statement issued by the FIP, the organization confirmed that the Australian died.

King's Cup Elephant Polo Tournament takes place in northern Thailand

People visiting Thailand's Golden Triangle in March may find that their trip coincides with the 2010 King's Cup Elephant Polo Tournament.

Weapon Retention

Krav Maga New York (KMNY) has recently conducted a series of tailored training sessions for the New York State Police Special Operations Response Team South.

Going Way of Old Growth

JOHN BRANCH The New York Times 27.07.2009
Shane Sabin, right, and Bryce Smith competed in the 90-foot speed climb. Climbers use spiked shoes and a rope to ascend the cedar poles.

Many of the lumberjacking memories have faded to black and white, the brightest moments colored mostly by Jim McKay’s yellow blazer. When ABC’s “Wide World of Sports” spanned the globe in the early 1960s and turned an annual three-day event into a...

3,000 Athletes Race in 9th Annual Nautica(R) New York City Triathlon

Nautica(R) New York City Triathlon 26.07.2009
3,000 Athletes Race in 9th Annual Nautica(R) New York City Triathlon

More than 3,000 athletes took the plunge into the Hudson River along Manhattan's West Side in Riverside Park at the 9(th) Annual Nautica New York City Triathlon on Sunday, July 26, 2009.

Garrett Gilbert and Skylar Diggins Named Gatorade High School Athletes of the Year

The biggest names in high school and professional sports convened in Hollywood today as Gatorade honored the top prep male and female athletes with the seventh annual Gatorade High School Athlete of the Year awards. Gatorade National Football Play...

Thailand Beat Malaysia 3-0 In King's Cup Sepaktakraw

Powerhouse Thailand showed they are a class above the rest of the countries after beating arch-rival Malaysia 3-0 in the preliminary round of the men's team event of the Thai King's Cup sepaktakraw tournament here Saturday.

Prince Harry's team wins charity polo game

JOCELYN NOVECK The Seattle Times 30.05.2009
Prince Harry's team triumphed in a polo game for charity Saturday in New York and was sprayed with champagne, some of which the prince is spitting out at Nacho Figueras, another polo player.

NEW YORK — Prince Harry reminded New Yorkers on Saturday how much his mother had loved their city, and then he climbed onto a pony for a game of polo to raise money for impoverished children in Africa.

Coach Paul Tolbert says many members of Liberia's amputee football team had lost the will to live. Football has given them hope.

MONROVIA, Liberia (ICRC) -- On a dusty pitch in the middle of the capital of Monrovia limbless young men play football as though their lives depended on it. They are members of the Liberian National Amputee Football Team and for the most part, vic...

Disabled Major Phil Packer crosses London Marathon finish line two weeks after starting

It's been a monumental struggle. And yesterday, after 15,400 agonising steps over 13 gruelling days, Major Phil Packer finally crossed the London Marathon finish line. The courageous soldier, who was told he'd never walk again, wept as hundreds of...

Mother Nature threatens to mar opening of trout season

Pete Thomas Los Angeles Times 23.04.2009
Johnny Martinez of South El Monte casts a line into Convict Lake last year during the trout season opener.

The forecast is calling for rain and snow, or at least clouds, in parts of the Eastern Sierra through the weekend. Low pressure and cloud cover, however, might inspire more trout activity.

Ultimate Board Champ Mixes Waves, Ice and Wheels

MICHAEL BRICK The New York Times 21.04.2009
The Ultimate Boarder contest crowned an all-around champion earlier this month after bringing together 55 athletes, who competed in snowboarding, skateboarding, and surfing.

Here in Southern California, the parameters of the Ultimate Boarder contest this month were perhaps best encapsulated in the slogan painted on a van parked at the fairgrounds: “Skate. Snow. Surf. Get paid.”

Scotland's Hendry is a seven-time world champion

Preston's Stuart Pettman continued his fine run at the China Open by beating Graeme Dott 5-2 to reach his first ranking tournament semi-final.

Thailand Open Chess Championship in Pattaya

Pattaya Mayor Ittipol Khunplome was guest of honour to officially open the first Thailand Open Chess Championship held at the Aisawan Resort in Naklua on the 1st April.

Photo Release: NIST Girls SEASAC Softball Champions!!!

Congratulations to NIST softball teams on their fantastic performances at last weekend’s SEASAC Softball tournament in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. NIST students played really well with both the boys and girls team making the championship final. The gi...

The Outdoor Unlimited Chiang Mai Challenge 2009 - May 9, 2009

Amarin Plaza’s Outdoor Unlimited Zone, The Tourism Authority of Thailand and Active Management Asia Co., Ltd. are pleased to announce the second edition of The Chiang Mai Challenge Adventure Race.

Parrott has dropped to 54 in the provisional world rankings

John Parrott has been forced to pull out of next week's China Open, the penultimate ranking event of the season, for medical reasons.

Turner celebrates century in record-breaking season

Julian Muscat TIMESONLINE 30.12.2008

Jockey becomes the first woman to ride 100 winners in a calendar year in Europe with success at Wolverhampton