Your Weekly Highlights

18 - 24 March

Monday begins in Fremantle, a port city in Western Australia that's part of the Perth metropolitan area. The week opens with the 2024 Etchells Class World Championship, a World Sailing competition. With the Women's Snooker World Champion now crowned, China resumes with the World Snooker Tour World Open 2024 in Yushan. It's nearly the final week of the ski season. Sella Nevea in Italy hosts an FIS Para Alpine World Cup, while France's Pra Loup becomes the location for the FIS Telemark World Cup Finals and World Junior Championships. Montréal has been selected to showcase the ISU World Figure Skating Championships until Sunday.

The first major kickboxing competition of the new season features in Italy's Jesolo Lido. The Italian Kickboxing WAKO World Cup begins on Tuesday and closes on Sunday. 

Austria's Saalbach resumes on Wednesday with the FIS Alpine World Cup Speed Events that includes Super G and Downhill. We go back to Jesolo where the International Military Sports Council presents the 1st World Military Championship Para Athletics. Remaining with Para Sports, Rio de Janeiro will showcase the 2024 UCI Para-Cycling Track World Championships.

On Thursday Slovenia's Planica hosts an FIS Ski Jumping World Cup for both men and women. Sweden's Idrefjäll brings Ski Cross experts together for an FIS Freestyle World Cup. Stop 2 of the World Aquatics Diving World Cup features this week in Berlin. We remain in Germany where Viersen hosts the World Championship National Teams 3-Cushion, a carom billiards competition. The town and popular holiday destination of Lignano Sabbiadoro in Italy becomes the destination of the 18th CMAS Finswimming World Cup Stop 2. Slopestyle is the discipline in Switzerland's Silvaplana at the FIS Snowboard World Cup. The second World Military Championship of the week and also an inaugural event, takes us to Portugal's Mafra where the best trail runners will be in action. We then cross the Atlantic to New York State's Lake Placid for the final International Bobsleigh & Skeleton Federation World Cup of the season. 

The Red Bull Honda RBPT team have dominated the first two rounds of the FIA Formula One World Championship. The teams all head to Melbourne from Friday for the start of the Australian Grand Prix. There are three FIE Fencing Senior World Cup events. These are in Nanjing, Tbilisi, and Budapest. Rhythmic gymnastics is the discipline in Palaio Faliro, Greece, at the next FIG World Cup. Austria's Lachtal will be welcoming the FIS Snowboard Alpine Junior World Championships. Crossing the border to Switzerland's Silvaplana, freestyle skiers compete in the FIS Freeski Slopestyle World Cup. In the second gymnastics event of the week and also an Olympic Games qualifier, trampolining is the discipline in Germany's Cottbus in an FIG World Cup. X-Trial Nice is the next round of the FIM X-Trial World Championship on Friday evening. The Circuit de Barcelona becomes the next stage of the FIM Superbike World Championship. We cross to Cantanhede in Portugal for the third gymnastics competition. On this occasion Aerobic Gymnastics is the discipline in another FIG World Cup. We remain in Portugal and head to the Algarve for the next round of the FIM MotoGP World Championship. Canada's Mont-Sainte-Anne hosts the second FIS Snowboard World Cup for snowboard cross specialists. Another major sailing competition of the week is the Flying Dutchman World Championship in Florida's St. Petersburg. Friday's events complete in Canada's Big White Ski Resort where Para Snowboarders compete in the FIS Snowboard Cross World Cup

We begin the weekend in Melbourne at the Australian Football Touch Footy World Cup. Cycle ball combines football and cycling and is normally played in an indoor arena. Japan's Kobe opens Round 1 of the UCI Cycle-ball World Cup on Saturday. It is also Stop 1 of the World Aquatics Open Water Swimming World Cup in Egypt's Soma Bay. Experts of model airplane flying head to Romania's Slănic to compete in the FAI F1D World Championships for Indoor Model Aircraft. We have two IFSS Sled Dog World Cup races, with Finland's Oulu and France's Bessans the perfect terrain for mushers. Latin dancing is the theme over the weekend in two separate events. The World DanceSport Federation presents a World Championship for adults in Budapest, while Innsbruck is the home for the World Dance Council World Masters. Germany's Inzell hosts the next stage of the FIM Ice Speedway World Championship. The second Bobsleigh World Cup competition is for para athletes in La Plagne, France. With Ireland's men successfully defending their Six Nations title, we next have the Women's Six Nations. A sport mainly played in England, Sudbury hosts the World Four Pin Bar Billiards Championships. We have now reached Round 11 of the SuperMotocross World Championship, with Lumen Field in Seattle as the venue on Saturday evening.

Division III, Group B will be contested in Estonia's Kohtla-Järve at the IIHF Ice Hockey Women's World Championship. Mottolino Fun Mountain in Italy's Livigno brings the future stars of snowboarding together at the FIS Snowboard Junior World Championships. Vars in France is the favourite location each season for the FIS Speedski World Championships. Madrid Xanadú just outside of the capital city, becomes the next stop of the FIM Motocross World Championship.

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

Until next time, have a great week of sport.

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