Your Weekly Highlights

5 - 11 February

Australia will be hosting a number of major sailing events over the next few weeks. The Royal Geelong Yacht Club opens Monday with the 2024 Fireball World Championship. Beginning first with the Australian National Championship, this is then followed with the main race from Friday. Very popular with cross-country skiers, Pyha in the north of Finland hosts a Para Snowboard Cross World Cup. Slovenia's Planica will showcase the best future talents as the Juniors and Under 23 gather for the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships

We skip Tuesday and go to Nové Město na Moravě in Czechia for the biggest event on the biathlon calendar. The International Biathlon Union World Championships begins on Wednesday and run for nearly two weeks. 

The popular ski resort of Otepää in Estonia becomes the home of the next FIS Nordic Combined World Cup from Thursday. Tug of War fans and experts will be heading to Sweden's Helsingborg to contest the TWIF 2024 World Indoor Championship

From Friday the junior stars of speed skating compete in Japan's Hachinohe City in the ISU World Junior Speed Skating Championships. The juniors are again in action in Austria's Obdach-Winterleiten, but this time luge takes centre stage in the FIL Junior World Championships on natural track. We cross the border to Dresden in Germany for more speed skating at the ISU World Cup Short Track Speed Skating. This week there are two FIE Senior Fencing World Cup events. Barcelona hosts the women, while the men travel to Peru's Lima. The Queen's Club, the home of real tennis based in London, brings all the best amateur players together at the T&RA Singles and Doubles Championships. We cross the Atlantic for two competitions. Lake Placid in New York State State showcases an FIS Ski Jumping World Cup. Over in Orlando, Florida, world schools compete in the ICU World School Cheerleading Championships. Completing Friday, Canmore in Canada's Alberta hosts an FIS Cross-Country World Cup

BMX fans will be looking forward to the start of the new season. On Saturday and Sunday New Zealand's Rotorua hosts round 1 and 2 of the UCI BMX Racing World Cup. Giant Slalom and Slalom are the disciplines in Japan's Sapporo as Para Alpine experts compete in the next FIS World Cup. We remain with alpine skiing as Bansko in Bulgaria hosts the next stage of the men's FIS Alpine World Cup tour. Finland's Rautalampi brings up the second round of the ATSX Ice Cross World Championship. This week we have two IFSS Sled Dog World Cup races. These are in Finland's Oulu and Canada's Kearney in Ontario. Germany's Oberhof is the next stop of the main International Luge Federation World Cup and Team Relay World CupChâtel is a village in France’s Haute-Savoie region and a base for the Portes du Soleil ski area. Over the weekend the Union Cycliste Internationale presents the Snow Bike World Championships. The third alpine competition and part of the women's FIS Alpine World Cup tour, takes us to Andorra's Soldeu. Junior shooting sport stars compete in Spain's Granada in the ISSF 10m Rifle and Pistol World Cup. The town of Lac-Beauport in Canada's Quebec displays the best freestyle skiing at the next FIS Aerials World Cup. We then move to Glendale in Arizona for round six of the SuperMotocross World Championship

The second major sailing event of the week heads to Dubai where the SB20 class compete in the World Championships. Sunday rounds off with incredible Super Bowl LVIII at the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas.

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Until next time, have a great week of sport.

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