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Britain’s Most Eccentric Sports

9:00am | Tuesday 19 March 2013
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About this Event:

Have you heard of gravy wrestling, F1 pram racing, 100m in high heels and dwile flonking? These are just some of the weird and bizarre sports uncovered by Richard O Smith, a writer for Radio 4’s The Now Show and Dara O’Briain’s latest BBC2 series, and author of the witty Oxford Student Pranks. His latest book, Britain’s Most Eccentric Sports, covers the madcap, hilarious and sometimes downright dangerous sports still surviving in Britain today. This fully-illustrated session may even persuade you to take part in the next cheese rolling, pantomime horse grand national, wife-carrying race, extreme-ironing or nettle-eating event. You could become its next world champion!