Israel has plenty of adrenaline-filled activities for pint-size travelers. Try kite surfing, alpine slides, bungee trampolines, dune-buggies and more.
Israel’s capital city hosted a major European junior fencing competition for the first time, attracting more than 900 athletes.
A pair of Israeli brothers promotes the Brazilian martial art among the ultra-Orthodox population.
‘In the world of martial-arts competitions, I have never felt anxious — not about performing in front of an audience, and not about getting injured.’
Skateboarding is growing fast in Israel with a new range of urban skate parks popping up all over the country.
Israeli company, based on military technology, makes CourtSmart to record and analyze moves in order to improve performance.
Tel Aviv has a marathon too, but the NightRun gives a whole different vibe to the scene as thousands of runners hit the streets.
Tel Aviv’s first ever Doggie Run gets pet owners and their dogs out into the sunshine for a good workout and lots of fun.
Every Monday night, some 300 rollerblading Israelis take a high-energy roll through the White City.