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Guy Martin is a professional motorbike racer. In this video, he tries to ride a motorbike on water. Can he ride fast enough to do it?
Yoga is becoming more and more popular around the world. What exactly is it, where did it come from and what are the health benefits of doing yoga?
The FIFA World Cup is here again! What's the most important thing to do when you're watching your team play? In this video, football fans from England hear about things they need to forget.
The FIFA World Cup is the biggest sporting event in the world. Which country do you think will win this year’s tournament in Russia? And who will be the star players?
What is the word for moving a ball with your foot? Do these exercises about words for movements and find out.
Learn some vocabulary for talking about football by doing these exercises.
Sammy shows Julia some photos of him playing different sports. Why is she not impressed?
Ashlie and Stephen go to the gym to prepare for a half-marathon for charity. Who’s going to be better prepared?
Rob and Ashlie review some gym vocabulary and how to use ‘going to’ to talk about plans.
Stephen and Ashlie run the half-marathon but disagree about how to win the medal. Who’s going to win?
Joe visits the Tottenham Hotspur Football Club to watch the Ladies Academy side compete and to learn more about women’s football in England. Will they win?
Whatever your taste, Britain is home to some of the greatest sports – and sporting venues – in the world. Watch the video and go behind the scenes at Silverstone Circuit, home of F1, and Wembley Stadium, temple of football!
Messing about in boats is a British obsession. Richard visits Portland and Weymouth's Olympic harbour and finds out if he's got what it takes to win a medal on the water.
Ashlie, Stephen and their cousins are going to the beach, but the British summer turns nasty on them. What is there to do in Britain when the weather is bad?
Ashlie and Ellie have a great time on the indoor snowboarding slope, but it turns out climbing isn't as easy as Stephen thought...
Rob helps us to get good at using good, and looks at how we use the past continuous to talk about plans that go wrong.
Stephen and Ashlie see some of Northern Ireland's sights, and then head to the Atlantic Ocean for surfing lessons.
Tess and Ravi talk about football and hooligans in the UK and how things have changed. Adam is on holiday so we only have Rob this week.
Check out when Neil started his love affair with the Coventry City football team.
Do you know your tennis? Can you match these words used to talk about tennis to the correct definitions?
Have you ever done any extreme sports? Are you an adrenaline junkie? Read this story about one man facing his fear.
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