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Kitzbühel

(ˈkɪtsbʊəl)
n
(Placename) a town in W Austria, in the Tirol: centre for winter sports. Pop: 8574 (2001)
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The 26-year-old from Bridgend has been Britain's top triathlete this year, finishing third in Madrid and London and fourth in Kitzbuhel last month.
Ski Sunday BBC2, 5.05pm Graham Bell and Ed Leigh present coverage from the men's downhill in Kitzbuhel, Austria on the infamous Hahnenkamm mountain.
That's the picture Kitzbuhel conjures up for me, the result of too many winter afternoons in front of the telly, watching Ski Sunday.
However, Garcia-Lopez can take inspiration from winning his first career ATP title on clay in Kitzbuhel last month and cracking the world's top 50.
From here you will continue via the scenic mountains to Austria where accommodation has been reserved for five nights on a dinner, bed and breakfast basis in the Kitzbuhel Alps area.
Kitzbuhel's old town is lined with tearooms dishing out huge slices of choc sacher torte and coffee laced with schnapps.
Moritz, Switzerland, Madonna di Compiglio, Italy, Kitzbuhel, Austria, and Whistler/Blackcomb resort in British Columbia, Canada.
ROOKIE pro Steven O'Hara maintained his supoerb form with a second successive 67 on the third day of the PGA of Austria Masters in Kitzbuhel.
MORNING: An ideal way to start the day would be relaxing with a coffee in the Old Town of Kitzbuhel, Austria, in summer.
WTA STANFORD Eurosport 2, 10pm FERNANDO VERDASCO has continued to play at a high level since giving Andy Murray a major scare in the Wimbledon quarterfinals and he can land his first title since 2010 at the Kitzbuhel Bet-at-home Cup which starts today, writes Dan Childs.
The overall world champion is determined over a series of races with the season starting in New Zealand at the beginning of April followed by events in San Diego, Yokohama, Madrid, Kitzbuhel, Hamburg and Stockholm before the Grand Final in London in September.
ALISTAIR and Jonny Brownlee occupied the top two places at the ITU World Triathlon in Kitzbuhel.