Sports in Great Britain Archive

Badminton in Great Britain

Badminton is sport in which players use racquets to hit a shuttlecock across a net to the opponent. There are various versions allow large team to play; however, the
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The Best British Boxers (part 1)

Boxing is increasingly popular, especially with a significant increase in the numbers of people watching the game live at least once a week. Boxing has enjoyed an increase of
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Boxing in the U.K.

You probably the biggest boxing match of the year took place at Wembley Stadium. In recent year, there has been an increased interest in boxing in the UK. In
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History of Rugby Football in UK

As far as we know, rugby is one of the most popular team sports in the U.K from the past until now. Some people said that it is professional
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The Story Of The Origin Of Cricket In England

Cricket has been known since the 16th century in south-east England then spread to the whole of United Kingdom and became the national sport of this country. Cricket is
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Great Britain- the home of Football

As far as we know, football is the most popular sport in the world. It is considered with a nickname as the King of sport. Every year, there are
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The World Polo Championship (part 2)

The fourth World Championship was held in 1995 in Saint Moritz, Switzerland in which Brazil fought its way to the final and claimed the winning title after defeating Argentina
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The World Polo Championship (part 1)

The World Polo Championship (WPC) is a tournament between national team of countries playing polo worldwide which is organised by the Federation of International Polo (FIP). One of the
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Women Polo

Almost all sports are considered for men due to it’s physical characteristics; however, in recent years Womens polo has had a sizable growth both in the number of women
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A BRIEF HISTORY OF POLO (PART 2)

The Players Each player is assigned a numbered position with particular responsibilities. Number One is one of the most difficult to play which is usually filled by a novice
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