Australia could be about to re-enter the race for the oldest prize in sport, the America's Cup, provided the off the water wrangling comes to an end.
|Australia may re-enter the America's Cup|
Holders Alinghi are locked in a legal dispute over regulations for the regatta, meaning the 33rd edition could be delayed by several years.
Rumours are rife downunder, that the Aussies could be about to end a nine year absence. Wayne Hay reports.
Earning respect from teammates and opponents on a football field is never easy.
|Young Dumisane has many followers|
Eighteen-year old Dumisane Ntombela has done exactly that, and won many fans for the way he plays and coaches the game.
What makes it even more of an achievement is that he is blind. Rahul Pathak has the story.
It is one of the most spectacular mountain kingdom's on Earth.
The race has Lesotho's dramatic
landscape as backdrop
Lesotho in Southern Africa is a country of around 2 million people, most of whom live in remote mountain villages.
It is one of these Villages which recently became the backdrop to one of the world's most unusual and entertaining horse-races.
Joanna Gasiorowska reports on the Lesotho Independence day race.
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