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Access to most sporting activities in the city come with a club membership to some of its private clubs like the Willingdon, Bombay Gymkhana and Otter's Club. If you don't know someone who has access to these clubs, all is not lost. There are still a number of options to keep the sport enthusiast entertained.

The Maharashtra State Angling Association for example organises fishing trips and regular picnics. Football fans can sign up at the Western India Football Association.

You could even try your hand at sailing with the Royal Bombay Yacht Club. They organise sailing events every Saturday. And for the animal savvy, you can give horse riding a shot at the Amateur Riders Club in the Mahalaxmi Race Course.

And of course, there's a host of gyms for those who just want a good work out. For a complete listing of other sporting options, click here.

Update 24/10/2008



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