The world’s largest gymnastics event happens in Helsinki from July 12 to 18, 2015. It invites gymnasts to perform rather than compete.
Video coverage: The Helsinki Cup, first held in 1976, forms one of the largest junior football tournaments in the world.
Finland’s cross-country skiing tradition remains dynamic, from young urban skiers to crowd-attracting annual races.
The Finnish basketball team shoots for success in its first World Cup, cheered by record numbers of blue-and-white fans.
Finland didn’t get into World Cup 2014, but we can show you a few Finns who are taking part. And there’s always next time.
This sport is not for the faint-hearted: Racing along on skis, pulled by reindeer over a frozen lake in Finnish Lapland.
Every March in the longest ski event in the world, participants traverse northern Finland in a multiday journey open to all.
Despite high expectations, snowboarder Enni Rukajärvi didn’t stress about the Olympics. She took home a silver medal.
Finnish snow expertise makes Olympic organisers confident that they won’t run out of this essential element.
See how the Finnish public sector encourages everyone to improve their lives by exercising, regardless of age or ability.
Our Californian reporter has a helpful, humorous list of advice and wisdom to encourage you to try cross-country skiing.
With major events coming up, Finland’s top Paralympian, Leo-Pekka Tähti, advocates even more support for “disabled sports.”
We talk to a few Finnish companies that are way ahead of the pack in connecting fitness with apps and social media.
Why is synchronised skating so popular in Finland, which holds multiple medals in the sport?
See how the Finns have made it to the final tournament of three consecutive women’s football European Championships.
Urban biking is gaining momentum in Helsinki as more people choose to leave their cars at home and hop onto two wheels.
Top Finnish competitor Minna Kauppi aims to win gold again at the 2013 World Orienteering Championships.
At Multicultural Hockey Night, you find out how to follow ice hockey like a Finn during the annual world championship.
Finland had to contend with Spain and France in the 2014 World Cup qualifiers, but Euro 2016 could be easier to reach.
It’s healthy, ecological and cheap. Rediscover the benefits of cycling in the Finnish capital as a new bike path opens.
It’s hard to imagine Finland without sports and exercise – keeping fit and active is second nature to the Finns.
For a breath of fresh air and a taste of traditional Finland, try a wooden rowboat 12 metres long.
Cricket is growing in Finland despite its unfamiliar rules and uniforms. Spring brings the start of the outdoor season.
Blue-and-white blast: The world-champion Finnish ice hockey team returns to a festival atmosphere in Helsinki (slideshow).
A 16-year drought ends as Finland dispenses with first Russia, then Sweden to win the 2011 Ice Hockey World Championship (includes video and slideshow).
More people than ever are discovering that if you can walk, you can snowshoe.
The Finns are fascinated by – and very good at – motorsports, high-speed cooperation between humans and technology.
Paavo Nurmi, whose statue stands outside Helsinki's Olympic Stadium, trained with an intensity that set him apart from other athletes of the 1920s.