GENEVA, Switzerland – The popular Course de l’Escalade broke records today with 36,697 registered runners, that is three thousand more than in 2013.
LAUSANNE, SWITZERLAND – “We are champions” (on est champion) chanted thousands of fans upon sight of the new “Swiss heroes,” the national tennis team, for their historic win in the Davis Cup.
GENEVA, SWITZERLAND – Napoli beat Barcelona 1-0 in a friendly match in Geneva, the first loss of the pre-season for La Liga’s all-time favorite.
ZURICH, SWITZERLAND – The wait is over: Guillermo Ochoa has made his debut with La Liga’s Malaga in a game that tilted 4-1 in favor of the Spanish squad over the Qatar national team.
READ THE RESULTS – UPDATE HERE. ZURICH, SWITZERLAND – The Qatar national squad meets the FC Malaga of Spain – and star Guillermo Ochoa, in what is to be a second football friendly on Wednesday 6 August at 19:00 in Switzerland.
READ THE RESULTS HERE. GENEVA, SWITZERLAND – Suffering of World Cup blues? Fear no more as two of Europe’s best football clubs meet in Geneva this Wednesday 8 August at 20:00 at a friendly that promises to be a pre-season blowout.
GENEVA, SWITZERLAND – Geneva-born basketballer Clint Capela has been drafted – 25th overall – by the NBA in the USA last month and could soon play for the Houston Rockets.
LUCERNE, SWITZERLAND – The Swiss team has landed a much-needed ego boost before the upcoming football World Cup, winning 2-0 over Peru.
GENEVA, Switzerland – Over 1,300 km, 19 cantons and a difference in altitude of more than 17,000 metres are some of the highlights of the Tour de Suisse, the 9-day prime Swiss cycling competition.
I admit it. I’m an Olympic Games opening ceremonies junkie who has not missed any Games opening, winter or summer, for years now. This year was no exception. Here, a few favorite photos from Sochi this evening (or should that be Sotchi en français?). PHOTO via Reuters: Fireworks over the Olympic Park during the opening ceremony of…
MIES, SWITZERLAND – Basketball lovers meet the basketball that has been developed “exclusively” for the first men’s FIBA Basketball World Cup, which will take place in September in Spain.
LAUSANNE, Switzerland – A small device that can evaluate parameters associated with walking could be a helpful option for determining the risk of a fall in a person, but specifically, an elderly person.