In Australia, we run, swim, surf (obviously!), ride bikes, and even play rugby underwater, as evidenced by one of the amusing sequences of this new issue of Echappées belles, in which host Sophie Jouvelard follows the Prince down the highway, numbered A1, or At least part of this amazing route that runs along the Pacific Ocean from Sydney (pop. 5.1 million) to its great southern rival, Melbourne (pop. 4.9 million). So we do a lot of sport… In the morning, when the sun is no longer shining, we can see, on all the beaches of Sydney and the surrounding area, like Bondi, the silhouettes of those who do not hesitate to dive into the ocean to move and crawl quickly, though The confirmed presence of a few sharks is – fortunately – not very aggressive. As a Ukrainian refugee student in Sydney explains, sport is one of the best ways to integrate. This is how this swimmer, a long-distance specialist in her country, became a member of the underwater rugby team, a type of water polo in which rough contact is allowed.
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