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WIMBLEDON’S HIDDEN TECHNOLOGY

From July 1st to 14th the favourite racket sport suddenly re-emerges as a fashionable and engaging spectacle. It’s the oldest tennis tournament in the world and considered by many as the most prestigious. Not much has changed since its debut in 1877; same location, surface and donned classic whites. However, invisible to the viewer is 140 years of technology capturing every movement on the court yet providing the original experience of tennis in english garden.

LOST IN DHAKA

Dhaka is the capital city of Bangladesh, in southern Asia. A fast-growing modern metropolis with an area of only 306 sqkm and a population of 9 million. Set beside the Buriganga River, it’s at the center of national government, trade and culture. The 17th-century old city was the Mughal capital of Bengal, and many palaces and mosques remain. Enjoy the beautiful impressions of this crowded city.

Riding BC Waves

Growing up in the Clayoquot Sound rain forests of beautiful British Columbia, Noah Cohen began his quest to represent Canada for surfing gold in the 2020 Olympics. Noah’s drive and passion to be the world’s best consumes him. Freezing winter and rains does not hinder his dedication to train hours and hours to perfect his skill.

CURIOUS HOUSEBOATS

In West Sussex, England, a small community has formed around a colony of curious houseboats. Using spare parts from old buses, missiles and planes, each boat has its own unique look and feel. Among the residents of the community is Hamish McKenzie. An imaginative houseboat renovator, he’s incorporated his colourful and creative personality to create a truly spectacular home. From a microwave as a mailbox to the nose of a jumbo jet as a window, Hamish infuses glorious new life into discarded objects.