Links between the UK and Poland both metaphorical and literal might over recent years have become closer than ever but in fact a cultural crossover has always existed. In today’s Britit post, I’m writing about some of my favourite historical … Czytaj dalej
Parkrun – what? All over the UK on Saturday mornings, thousands of people, old and young, male and female, head to their local park to take part in a parkrun. It’s a timed 5km run (or jog, or even walk) … Czytaj dalej
Hi again! Euro 2016 may be over, Wimbledon has just finished (congratulations Andy Murray), but this week sees the start of another important event on the British sporting calendar: the Open golf championship.
One of the most popular topics in our BritIt blog posts are about sport in the UK. We’ve brought you rugby insights , told you about the Wimbledon Tennis championship, and the strange phenomena of cricket too! We have also … Czytaj dalej
A global sport Most people, when thinking of the phrase ‘World Cup’ associate it with football. After all, it is the world’s most popular spectator sport globally. Yet, so far this year there have been at least three more events … Czytaj dalej
Cricket – it’s a question of which part of the world you call home! Stop a Polish person in the street and ask them why Shane Warne, Sachin Tendulkar or Brian Lara are famous and you’ll almost certainly get a … Czytaj dalej
I’ve already brought you insights on one great British sporting event, the FA Cup, and today I’m moving on to analysis of balls of a different kind….. Welcome to Wimbledon! Late June and early July in Britain can mean only … Czytaj dalej
This Saturday (May 30th) sees the traditional end to the English football season, with the FA Cup Final at Wembley Stadium.