Manifestations sportives :
la compétition et l'esthétique
au service de la victoire

Plus vite, plus loin, plus haut... et surtout plus palpitant : c'est ça le sport en Allemagne ! Là où règne le roi football, où les grands week-ends de course fascinent les foules et où se déroule la plus grande rencontre de voile au monde, tout le monde se retrouve dans la devise olympique : « L'important, c'est de participer » !

German basketball has become famous thanks to players such as Dirk Nowitzki, winner of the NBA Most Valuable Player Award. In the German basketball league, or Bundesliga, 18 teams compete for the title of German Champions over 34 match days, from early October until late April every year. The competition heats up even further when the top eight teams qualifying for the playoff stage go head to head with each other. The matches attract more than a million avid spectators each season.

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One million spectators and ten thousand runners: when the Berlin Marathon is on, the entire capital is on its feet. A marathon steeped in history through one of Europe's most exciting cities.

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Every year, international biathletes descend upon Thuringia for the Biathlon World Cup, held in Oberhof's DKB Ski Arena. In their wake, tens of thousands of fans from Germany and all around the world flock to this small resort to cheer on their favourites in the relays, sprints and mass start races. Six video screens help spectators keep the competitors in view as they negotiate the winding course. And more than 30 stalls serving a range of Thuringian specialities ensure that any hunger pangs before, during or after the races are kept firmly at bay.

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Golfers have been pitching and putting their way to victory at the BMW International Open since 1989. The annual event, which was originally based in Munich, will be held alternately in Munich and Cologne from 2012 onwards. With a prize pot of a cool two million euro, this is one of the most sought-after titles on the European circuit. International superstars such as Seve Ballesteros, Fred Couples, Lee Westwood, Bernhard Langer and Martin Kaymer have all teed off at the BMW International Open.

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The organisers of the BMW Open, an ATP tournament, see their event as a social occasion that the whole family can enjoy – and they do much to ensure that it's not just tennis fans who will be making their way to the English Garden in Munich. There are hands-on activities for children and grown-ups as well as the ProAm tournament that pitches tennis legends against celebrity players. Famous names from the tennis world such as Ivan Lendl, Roger Federer and Mikhail Youzhny provide plenty of sporting highlights.

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The Hamburg Wadden Sea National Park is not only a UNESCO World Natural Heritage site, but it is also the venue for what must surely be one of the strangest horse races in the world: the Duhnen Mudflat Races near Cuxhaven. Against the dramatic backdrop of the Elbe estuary, an international shipping lane, horses and their jockeys compete in races across the mudflats held at low tide. Visitors can watch this remarkable spectacle unfold from the nearby dyke.

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Max Schmeling, Gustav 'Bubi' Scholz, Graciano and Ralf Rocchigiani, Henry Maske and Axel Schulz – these are just some of the many great fighters from Germany whose success in the international boxing arena has thrilled fans all over the world. The list is long and, with world champions Marco Huck (cruiserweight) and Felix Sturm (middleweight), nowhere near finished.

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