Your Weekly Highlights

4 - 10 December

One of the major table tennis competitions of the year spends all of next week in China's Chengdu for the International Table Tennis Federation Mixed Team World Cup. Also beginning on Monday in Julinek, a small Polish village in the east-central part of the country, the best draughts players gather to contest the Polish Open World Cup. Located south of Glasgow, East Kilbride becomes the home for indoor bowls as the Under 25 Singles and Mixed Pairs compete in the International Indoor Bowls Council World Championships.

Joining the World Abilitysport Games on Tuesday in Thailand's Nakhon Ratchasima, are the world's best wheelchair fencers in a World Cup competition. The Global Kitesports Association World Cup Tour next moves to Qatar's Fuwairit where Freestyle will be the main discipline. Freestyle is again on display in Val Thorens, France, but here the best ski cross expects compete in the FIS World Cup. São Paulo, Brazil’s vibrant financial center and also among the world's most populous cities, hosts the ITF Beach Tennis World Cup for both juniors and seniors. Next we travel all the way to Jericoacoara on Brazil's northeast coast. The resort town presents the perfect location for the Wingfoil Racing World Cup.  

Secret Garden is popular ski resort near the city of Zhangjiakou in China. Snowboarders will be displaying their halfpipe skills at the FIS World Cup from Wednesday. The best clubs worldwide gather in India's Bengaluru to compete at the FIVB Volleyball Men's Club World Championships. In another format of volleyball, Doha hosts the Beach Pro Tour Finals. The glamorous St. Moritz in Switzerland is the next stop of the FIS Women's Alpine World Cup Tour showcasing Super G and Downhill. We remain in Switzerland for a major annual show jumping competition. CHI Genève forms part of the Rolex Grand Slam of Show Jumping. Colombia's Cali, a popular city for sports events, brings bowling experts together at the International Bowling Federation World Seniors Championships.

Secret Garden is joined by the Freeski Halfpipe World Cup from Thursday.  Latvia's Rēzekne becomes the home of kettlebell experts displaying strength and skill at the IUKL World Championship. Idre Fjäll is a popular ski resort in Sweden. On this occasion men and women will compete at the Moguls World Cup. Two major competitions open in Las Vegas. These are the World IBJJF Jiu-Jitsu No-Gi Championship and the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo. The Major League Show Jumping completes the Final in La Quinta, California. This week we have three senior fencing world cup events. The women are in Vancouver, Canada, with épée as the weapon type.

Japan's Tokoname and Serbia's Novi Sad host the next two Fencing World Cup competitions for men and women respectively, with foil as the weapon. The Grand Prix of Sharjah in the United Arab Emirates is the final round of the UIM F1H2O World Championship, one of the premier powerboating events. Moving a short journey down the coast, obstacle racers head to Abu Dhabi for the Spartan World Championship. Friday is joined by the FIBA 3x3 World Tour Final as we remain in the Middle East. Jeddah in Saudi Arabia has been chosen to host the prestigious event. Finland's Lohja is a favourite for curling. On this occasion the Junior-B contest the World Championship. The second International Biathlon Union World Cup takes us to Austria's Hochfilzen. The youth are in action in Germany's Oberhof competing in two Luge World Cup competitions. We then move to Klingenthal for a Men's Ski Jumping World Cup. It is also the second stage of the International Bobsleigh & Skeleton Federation World Cup in France's La Plagne. The future sailing stars are in action this week. Known as an upscale holiday destination, Búzios in Brazil hosts the Youth Sailing World Championships. New York State's Lake Placid is the location for the Luge World Cup and Sprint World Cup. Friday's big events complete in Canada's Edmonton where snowboarders compete in a Big Air World Cup.

This week has a strong theme for youth events as Sydney hosts the World Sailing Youth Match Racing World Championship starting on Friday. Aeromodelling is the discipline in Romania's Slanic Prahova in a World Cup event. The town of Gyál near Budapest brings together experts in Rock 'n' Roll in a World Cup and World Championship. The FIS Cross Country World Cup tour next stops at Sweden's Östersund. South Africa won the Dubai leg of the new World Rugby SVNS Series as the tour next moves to Cape Town. Ten Dance is the discipline for Under 21's in Germany's Mülheim an der Ruhr in the WDSF World Championship. The popular French ski resort of Val-d'Isère hosts the men in Giant Slalom and Slalom at the FIS Alpine World Cup. Remaining in France where the youth are in Meribel for a Ski Mountaineering World Cup. Whistler in Canada completes the day with a 3rd Junior Luge World Cup

The World Skateboarding Tour begins Sunday in Tokyo showcasing a Street World Championship, which is also the Paris 2024 Qualification event. The week of draughts in Julinek completes with a World Championship Rapid. Ice Hockey fans can look forward to the first major competition of the new season. Budapest hosts the Under 20 Men's World Championship Division 1, Group A. The 2023/2024 UCI Cyclo-Cross World Cup season is already at round 7 as riders travel to Italy's Val di Sole. We close the week in Cuba's Havana for the Speed Master Marathon World Championship in roller sports.

For more information and to plan your trip, visit UCOLOURS Premier Events.

Until next time, have a great week in sport.

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