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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 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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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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Wild swimming in the UK: top spots (Part 1)

The beauty of wild swimming in the UK makes it the perfect destination for swimmers – every site in UK is close to campsites, rivers, gardens, pubs or restaurants.
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Game Shooting in the UK (Part 1)

The United Kingdom law declare that regulations surrounding the use of firearms for both hunting and shooting purposes must be strictly followed at all times and applies to all
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Game of Shooting in the UK (Part 1)

Shooting has been an official qualified, Olympic sport since 1896 which is also the first international Olympic games of modern day. Despite this recognition, the sport is also the
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The ever popular and much loved form of motorsport – Speedway

Speedway is a form of motorcycle racing, in which four riders race by sliding their bikes anti-clockwise sideways into the bends around of oval circuits made up of dirt
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Where to Compete in Rowing in England (Part 2)

Dorney Lake The Dorney Lake is a privately-owned lake that was made for water events and is sponsored by the Eton College. Located close to the River Thames, it
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Rowing in Great Britain

Rowing is a sport that uses a wooden paddle, called as an oar, to move a long boat through water at high speeds in order to win a race.
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Squash game in Great Britain

Squash was inspired by the game of rackets which dates back to the early 19th century in The Fleet Prison in London. Prisoners used to enjoyed hitting a ball
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