Esbjerg is proud to host one of the world's less-known world championships as darts interest grows in Denmark.
Vail and Aspen operators in competing moves to dominate North American ski-resort industry
An English-language slogan for the proposed Paris Olympics is hit with anger, mockery and a lawsuit.
Lured by free ski passes, 1200 skiers dressed in Santa Claus costumes for Verbier, Switzerland's opening ski weekend.
Denmark builds an urban ski slope on its new Copenhagen ultra-green power plant.
Austin's NLand Surf Park is making waves—literally. Its artificial lagoon is the first of its kind in North America, and the largest in the world.
Scarred by scandals in FIFA's administration in recent years, the elaborate recently-opened football museum isn't drawing enough visitors.
Swiss and Austrian snowfall studies show that snow has been coming later and melting earlier, raising issues for resorts and the environment.
China's railway expansion and Winter Olympics plans include a huge station at the Great Wall on a line that leads to the winter games.
Rome is a finalist for 2024, but the bid can't go ahead without the city government's support, and that may not be there.
With 7 years behind it and a growing roster of international teams, the organizers of International Hide-and-Seek are sure of it!
Volleyball goes year-round as the International Volleyball Federation takes on the task of promoting a new version of the sport.
Spanish open-water swimmer Jaime Caballero set a new world record for speed in swimming the 83 km (over 50-mile) length of Lake Geneva.
Japan's preparation for the 2020 Olympics includes rethinking the symbols that guide people to features and facilities.
This year's Tour de France will kick off at a spectacular location, but some locals are upset because their own bikes are banned from the island.