Highlighted sporting events from the four week period of Saturday 7 November - Friday 4 December, including the Louis Vuitton Trophy in sailing, the WBA Heavyweight Title fight between boxers David Haye and Nikolai Valuev, and the last motorcycle grand prix of the 2009 MotoGP season.
Sailing: Louis Vuitton Trophy
Louis Vuitton and the newly formed World Sailing Teams Association combine forces to present the first stage in this new Trophy (previously called the World Series), following the success of the LV Pacific Series and continuing uncertainty over the 2010 Americas Cup.
Boxing: WBA Heavyweight Title
Cocky Brit boxer David Haye meets the 7ft reigning champion, 'Beast from the East' Nikolai Valuev on the evening of Saturday, November 7 in Nürnberg, Germany, with the match-up to be broadcast worldwide on Pay Per View channels. The pre-match programme commences at 9 pm CET (8 pm GMT, 3 PM Eastern Time, or 12 PM Pacific Time).
Motorcycling: 2009 Valencia Community Motorcycle Grand Prix
This is the final event in the 2009 MotoGP season, and the weekend's racing marks the last for the 250cc class which in 2010 will be superseded by a new Moto2 600cc class.
Rock Paper Scissors: World Championships
Hand warriors of the world will descend on the Steam Whistle Brewery in Toronto, Canada, for the 2009 Rock Paper Scissors World Championships. The tournament sees a total of $10,000 prize money up for grabs with a grand prize of $7,000 to the winning entrant.
Soccer: FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
This year's Beach Soccer World Cup kicks off on November 16th at the Jumeirah open beach in Dubai. Top footballing countries have teams travelling to the finals. Spain, Portugal, Argentina, Uraguay, Italy, Nigeria and the Ivory Coast will join 12-times winners Brazil in the finals.
Golf: Dubai World Championship
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
This four day golfing event at the brand new Jumeriah Golf Estates is the last stage of the PGA European Tour with a hefty $1.5m of the $7.5m prize fund going to the Championship winner, and bonus $1.5m from a similarly sized fund going to the end-of-season Tour leader.
Tennis: ATP World Tour Finals
The O2 Arena in London hosts the ATP World Tour Finals for the first time. If Roger Federer can come through the previous week's 2009 Paris Masters unscathed, the Swiss will be on course for a world record equalling 5th ATP Tour Finals win.
Figure Skating: ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final
The International Skating Union's 2009-10 Grand Prix tour started with the Trophée Eric Bompard in Paris, France on October 15 and will have taken in competitive events in Russia, China, Japan, the USA and Canada and will returning to Japan for the finals.