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The Ryder Cup comes home

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Jill Menghetti takes a look at the magnificent golf resort of Gleneagles and the story behind the tournament. SCOTLAND’S fabulous year of sport moves on from staging the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow to hosting the Ryder Cup, one of the most celebrated sporting events in the world, in the spectacular setting of Gleneagles. From September 23 to 28 the spotlight ... Read More »

The Roehampton Cup


Ham Polo Club’s most prestigious and historic tournament is non other than the Roehampton Cup. First played for in 1902, the Roehampton is also one of the UK’s oldest polo trophies making it a much coveted prize for many polo teams playing the English season. The competition started out as the premier tournament at the newly formed Roehampton Club on ... Read More »

Get On Your Bike For Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity


John Frieda and celebrity friends join Ibiza cycle challenge to raise vital funds. Hairdressing entrepreneur John Frieda and celebrity friends are once again calling on the hairdressing industry to raise money for Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity by joining them for an incredible cycling adventure. John who has supported the charity for a number of years will be joined ... Read More »

British & Irish vs French Rugby Legends


Witness some of the world’s most legendary rugby players come together for an epic match. In the sporting world, there are few rivalries more personal, more passionate, than the one that runs between the British, the Irish and the French. And now Just Retirement is bringing some of the most iconic players in the history of these great rugby-playing nations ... Read More »

Ascot Racecourse… From the Past to the Present


There are few sporting venues that can match the rich heritage and history of Ascot Racecourse. Over the past 300 years Royal Ascot has established itself as a national institution and the centrepiece of the British social calendar, as well as being the ultimate stage for the best racehorses in the world. It was Queen Anne who first saw the potential  for a racecourse at Ascot, which ... Read More »

Santa Will Be A Little Early This Year


With the image of Sir Steve Redgrave running up those Olympic steps, torch in hand, it comes to mind that the Marlow Santa’s Fun Run really is not that far away, and Sir Steve will be very much in evidence. As in previous years, Sir Steve will not only be starting the event, but he and some of his family will be running too. So run ... Read More »

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