Ever wonder how the Swiss pursue their passion for sports? From fans to players to international organizations, Switzerland has a thriving sports scene. Watch the Sports Report to get insider insights on the athletic side of Switzerland.
The Eiger Ultra Trail, now in its sixth running, is a 101 kilometer race up and down 6,700 meters of stunning mountain terrain in Grindelwald. It's a sporting and human challenge that attracts some of the world's toughest athletes. Find out more about this thrilling alpine race.
The World Cup is a golden opportunity for new talent to take center stage and make an impact on the transfer market. For Franco Moretti, vice director at International Football Management, the world's biggest football event won't have an impact on transfer fees.
Servette Rugby Club is climbing up the French divisions at a rapid pace. How is this possible, and what are its ambitions? It's not all about winning, as 80 percent of the budget is allocated to youth rugby and spreading the word on the values of the game.
This weekend, the Swiss Rowing Championships will take place in Lucerne. World champion Jeannine Gmelin, however, has decided to compete in the legendary Henly Royal Regatta instead. But, as Matt Leighton explains, she'll be back.
The 50th Nissen Cup is the oldest international trampoline competition, and this weekend it takes place in Arosa. Find out all about the competition, organization, and the fun to be had for the athletes and fans alike.
The group stage of the 2018 World Cup is behind us now and it's raised all sorts of interesting questions. Has the fan experience lived up to or even surpassed expectations? Has the VAR system caused more problems than it's solved? Can the Swiss team—the "Nati"—be proud of its performance thus far or can it actually go on to win the tournament? And is it a good idea to introduce 48 teams for the 2026 World Cup? All this and more in tonight's sports report.
Something to hold you over until next week's World Cup match between Switzerland and Sweden: The ultimate test of physical endurance is taking place in Arosa and Davos this weekend. The Gigathlon will see 2,500 athletes swimming, running and cycling until exhaustion. Matt Leighton tells us all about it.
The football World Cup is grabbing all the global headlines, but there's another World Cup going on at the moment: the Canoe Slalom World Cup. Here's a look behind the scenes.