Fancy your Chances at the Races?

March 2017 sees the World Famous Gold Cup in Cheltenham, UK. This well-known sporting event is the highlight to the racing calendar and seems many novice gamblers and experienced betters attend. If you fancy taking part this

Tips to Avoid Stress, Stay Healthy and Sell Fast

Estate agents are vulnerable to suffering from stress due to the amount of pressure their job attracts. That is, they work long hours, they are constantly receiving phone calls, they have to go through market cycles and

7 Amazing Tips for Ultralight Hiking

When we mention hiking, most people imagine a girl or a guy with an enormous backpack struggling to climb a mountain. This is a common perception or should I say misconception of hiking. Truth be told, there

Which is More Important – Nutrition or Exercise?

In the quest for lean muscles and low body fat percentage, it’s tough to say whether nutrition or training should take a back seat. Sans regular exercise, weight los and bulk building will be much slower –

Shaw will go like the wind

The world’s top-ranked windsurfer appears like an image from a holiday brochure: fit, bronzed, slicing through the waves, the golden girl.

The original windsurfers

Swans are often seen gliding gracefully across water, but what is less well known is that they may have a trick for getting an extra boost of speed — windsurfing.

Holidaymakers go the extra mile for a stronger pound

South Africa, Argentina and Mexico are expected to be among the most popular holiday destinations next year as Britons seek out countries where the pound is still strong.

How to have a wild time on a Far East trip

Plus: Agriturismi in Sardinia; lessons in Portuguese cuisine; let down by price guarantee

Chris Tyler

Counter-culture luminary who, in 1971, founded Skewjack surf village in Cornwall with the promise of two girls for every boy

How surfing swapped spliffs for natural highs in pursuit of Olympic pipe dream

Hollywood depictions have been consigned to history to help acquire place on biggest stage, Alex Wade reports