Austria popular sports
Favorite outdoor sports among Austrians include skiing, soccer, hiking, water-skiing, and sailing.
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field where athletes such as Usain Bolt, Johan Blake and Shelly-Ann
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Africa has over 3,000 protected areas on land, 198 marine
protected areas, 50 biosphere reserves, and 80 wetland reserves.