World Cup fans could get kick from extreme sport
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World Cup fans could get kick from extreme sport

South Africa has reinvented itself as a mecca for extreme sports - good for World Cup visitors seeking to top up adrenaline levels. Options include abseiling down Table Mountain and bungee-jumping from Soweto's famed cooling towers. (The Associated Press)

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