Harley Street Clinic has teamed up with London boxing gym BXR London, to launch the BXR powered by CHHP clinic.
The partnership will see CHHP taking over three treatment rooms within the gym, including ‘The Anthony Joshua Room’ that operate as fully integrated specialist services.
All under one roof, the clinic combines the very latest in specialist medicine, human performance, sport and exercise medicine, physiotherapy and sport science.
Manchester United will play five games in the USA this summer, including matches against Real Madrid, Barcelona and Manchester City in the club’s tour 2017, presented by Aon.
The Premier League club will kick-off pre-season in North America with two games against Major League Soccer (MLS) sides, taking on Los Angeles Galaxy at the Stubhub Centre on Saturday 15th July, followed by a match against Real Salt Lake at Rio Tinto Stadium on Monday 17th July.
Birmingham, Liverpool, London and Manchester have expressed interest in hosting the Commonwealth Games in 2022, after it was confirmed that Durban would not be able to host the event earlier this week.
Ascot racecourse has announced the opening of the new ‘Village Enclosure’ for Royal Ascot 2017 (Tuesday 20th – Saturday 24th June).
The first new enclosure to open at the Royal Meeting for more than 100 years is located on the inside of the track looking back towards the final Furlong with Ascot’s Grandstand as a backdrop.
The new space is a ‘pop-up’ summer scene comprising informal dining experiences, bars, and live music throughout the day and into the evening.
London will host the final stage of The Women's Tour on Sunday 11th June, as the Mayor of London Sadiq Khan helped Olympic champion Katie Archibald unveil the route for the 2017 race, which takes place from 7th to 11th June.
The fourth edition of the race will also include stages in Northamptonshire, Warwickshire, Stoke-on-Trent & Staffordshire and Derbyshire, plus a new charity partnership with Breast Cancer Care to celebrate 25 years of the pink ribbon.
Disneyland Paris has been announced as the host of the 2018 International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) Men’s World Cup.
The matches are set to be hosted at the Disney Events arena between the 19th and 21st October 2018.
20 players qualify for the men’s and women’s tournaments through their respective Continental Cups, making them the second most prestigious events on the table tennis roster, behind the World Championships.
The ‘Feast of Rugby’ will return at Twickenham for the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series finale, offering a festival experience for fans including gourmet international street food from the competing nations, vintage-themed fairground rides and live music. In addition, there will be in-bowl pop-up dining and a kids’ club.
Due to the demand for tickets last year, the number of tickets available on Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st May has been expanded from 35,000 per day to 50,000 per day.
The new-look weekend has been represented in illustrations by UK artist, Steve Simpson.
A London NFL franchise moved a stepped closer to reality after it was confirmed that the capital city would host four regular-season games in 2017.
Following three games in London in 2016 the Miami Dolphins, New Orleans Saints and Jacksonville Jaguars have all been confirmed to be involved next year, marking the highest number of regular-season games to take place in the city since the NFL began staging matches in the UK.
The fixtures – which will be announced on Tuesday - will mean 21 games have been played in the UK since 2007.
Newcastle is bidding to become the host city for the 2018 European Rugby Champions Cup final, European Rugby Challenge cup final and Challenge Cup Qualifying competition final.
The events are set to be staged in May 2018 and combined form one of the biggest weekends in club rugby, generating over €20.4m in total economic impact.
The full route for the 2017 Tour de Yorkshire has been unveiled, with the third edition of the race taking place between 28th – 30th April 2017, and featuring "The Yorkshire Terrier" - the toughest stage in the history of the event.
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