Sports in Great Britain Archive

Top popular sports in the UK

What do you play when you visit the UK? The fact that the UK is a sport nation because almost walk of life prefer playing sport or enjoy outdoor
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Top popular sports in the UK

The UK is a sport nation because almost the local plays at least one sport in their daily life. This is one of reasons why the UK people have
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Greatest English Footballers of the Last 20 Years (Part 4)

Ashley Cole Arsenal fans may consider Ashley Cole as Judas, but the left-back player has won nine trophies since moving to Chelsea in 2006. Needless to say, the Gunners
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Greatest English Footballers of the Last 20 Years (Part 3)

Rio Ferdinand The Ferdinand family is popular across English football, but no one is more famous than Rio. The Twitter-loving, cap-wearing centre-back player has spent a decade winning major
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Greatest English Footballers of the Last 20 Years (Part 2)

Wayne Roone Wayne Rooney really should be ranked higher on this list. In fact, he has the potential to become England’s greatest player ever, but the Manchester United footballer
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Greatest English Footballers of the Last 20 Years (Part 1)

The English national team may do everything and still despair on its own countrymen, but it’s fair to say the country of football has nurtured a number of world-class
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Why is football so popular in the UK? (Part 1)

Football in the UK has a tremendous influence. To say football is a way of life for most Brits would not be an understatement. It involves a level of
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All you need to know about Badminton (Part 3)

Competitive badminton is usually organized indoors because even light winds impact the flying pattern of the shuttlecock. (Recreational badminton, on the other hand, is a famous outdoor summer sport.)
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Badminton In Great Britain (Part 1)

Badminton, a type of court or lawn game is played with lightweight rackets and a shuttlecock. Initially, the shuttlecock (also called a “birdie”) was a small cork hemisphere made
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Wild swimming in the UK: top spots (Part 2)

River Waveney, Bungay, Suffolk The Waveney is the best river of Roger Deakin – for the wild swimming movement, featuring two-mile loop around Outney Common. Visitors can start and
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