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1. FORMULA ONE GRAND PRIX

Formula 1® racing is the ultimate test of man and machine - pushing car and driver to their absolute limits in pursuit of one simple goal….Speed. 


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2. The 24 Hours of Le Mans, France

Skill, speed, and stamina are the three s’s that mark the world’s best automobile race, the 24 Hours of Le Mans. The Race, organized by Automobile Club de L’Ouest, bridges past and present on the automotive circuit.

14th & 15th June 2014 Loire Valley, France

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3. The Olympic Games

It's hard to imagine that Zeus and the other gods lording over ancient Greece ever envisioned the global event the modern Olympiad has become. For a two-week span, athletes from dozens of countries compete against each other in scores of different sports. And that’s just the Summer Games, which began their modern run in the late 1800s. The Winter Games, featuring sports that largely require snow and ice, draw a smaller field of competitors. But the competition for the gold, silver, and bronze is just as intense. Every even-numbered year, runners will bear the torch that eventually lights the Olympic flame somewhere in the world.

Winter Olympic Games from 9th February 2018 to 25th February 2018, Pyeongchang, South Korea
Winter Paralympic Games from 9th March 2018 to 18th March 2018, Pyeongchang, South Korea
Summer Olympic Games from 5th August 2018 to 21st August 2018, Rio De Janeiro, Brazi

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4. World Cup Soccer

It's hard to imagine that Zeus and the other gods lording over ancient Greece ever envisioned the global event the modern Olympiad has become. For a two-week span, athletes from dozens of countries compete against each other in scores of different sports. And that’s just the Summer Games, which began their modern run in the late 1800s. The Winter Games, featuring sports that largely require snow and ice, draw a smaller field of competitors. But the competition for the gold, silver, and bronze is just as intense. Every even-numbered year, runners will bear the torch that eventually lights the Olympic flame somewhere in the world.

20th FIFA WORLD CUP 12th June to 13th July 2014, Brazil

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5. The Super Bowl, United States

The Super Bowl is so big that even the commercials are worth watching. The first Super Bowl (held in January 1967) was played to plenty of empty seats and a waning TV audience. But now Super Bowl Sundays, progressively marked with Roman numerals, are the most celebrated one-game professional championship on the 12-month Gregorian calendar.

The Super Bowl concludes a 16-game regular season, and three postseason play-off rounds. It pits the top team from the American Football Conference against the top team from the National Football

49th Super Bowl - American Football, January 2015, United States of America

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6. The National Basketball Association Finals, United States

The NBA Finals. Showtime and the “Ghosts of the Garden.” Rockets and Knicks, Spurs and Pistons. The National Basketball Association’s finals are a showdown of stars and teams for the ages. It takes four games to win, but at least 93 games to get there. And the teams that do bring a lot of glitter with them. Movie stars in front-row seats. Cheerleaders that resemble Las Vegas show girls in high-energy dance routines. The see-and-be-seen spectacle ringing the court is as intriguing as the game itself.

64th NBA All Star, 15th February 2015, New York City, USA
64th NBA Regular Season, 28th October 2014 to 15th April 2015, USA
64th NBA Playoffs, 18th April 2015, USA
64th NBA Finals, June 2015, USA

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7. The Masters, United States

The green jacket. That’s all one has to say. The brainchild of legends Bobby Jones and Clifford Roberts, the first Masters was held in 1934. It was called Augusta National Invitation Tournament for the first five years of its existence before the name changed to what it is today. Unlike other sports championships and showcase events, the Masters remains steeped in tradition and continuity. The four-day stroke playing of 18 holes each day instead of the formerly customary 36 holes on the third day is still the rule.

April 2015, Augusta National Golf Club, Georgia, USA

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8. Polo at Palermo, Argentina

The green jacket. That’s all one has to say. The brainchild of legends Bobby Jones and Clifford Roberts, the first Masters was held in 1934. It was called Augusta National Invitation Tournament for the first five years of its existence before the name changed to what it is today. Unlike other sports championships and showcase events, the Masters remains steeped in tradition and continuity. The four-day stroke playing of 18 holes each day instead of the formerly customary 36 holes on the third day is still the rule.

121st Open Polo Championship 23rd September to 6th December 2014 Palermo, Argentina

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9. Wimbledon, England

Center court. Grass surfaces. Strawberries and cream. What better way to spend a fortnight in old London Town? Wimbledon at the All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club. Located in southwest London, this grand spectacle is one of the four tennis tournaments that make up the grand slam.

23rd June 2014 to 6th July 2014 London, England

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10. World Series, United States

Home runs and chilly nights. Pitching duels and seventh-game thrillers. A century’s worth of the World Series has seen all that and much, much more. The Fall Classic is more than a sporting event; it’s a fixture on the American cultural landscape. Grandfathers and grandmothers remember Don Larsen’s perfect game in 1956. Fathers and mothers recall the amazing Mets of 1969. And sons and daughters have grown up with another New York Yankees dynasty.

October 2014, USA

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11. The Grand National, England

Stamina and speed make the Grand National’s steeplechase the world’s most renowned horse race. First held in 1839, the three-day meet is held in Britain’s Aintree Racecourse in Liverpool. The Grand National pits as many as 40 horses against each other on a 4.5-mile (7-kilometer) course replete with obstacles.

2nd April 2015 to 5th April 2015, Liverpool, England

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12. The World Cup – Cricket

The ICC Cricket World Cup is the flagship event of the international cricket calendar and takes place every four years, with matches contested in a 50-over format. The 2015 edition will be the 11th of the tournament and will be jointly hosted by New Zealand and Australia.

ICC Cricket World Cup, Feb 2015 - March 2015, Australia & New Zealand

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13 The Euro Cup

The UEFA European Championship (or UEFA Euro) is the primary association football competition contested by the senior men's national teams of the members of the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA), the sport's European governing body. Held every four years since 1960, in the even-numbered year between World Cup tournaments, it was originally called the UEFA European Nations Cup, changing to the current name in1968.

The Euro Cup – 10th June to 10th July 2016, France