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  • And anyway, who'd want to go cheese-rolling in the snow?

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  • It includes cheese-rolling contests, wool-sack races and shin-kicking competitions.

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  • Matt Cardy/Getty Images Contestants in the men's race chased a Double Gloucester cheese down the steep gradient of Cooper's Hill during the annual Bank Holiday tradition of cheese-rolling May 25 in Brockworth, Gloucestershire, England.

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  • Matt Cardy/Getty Images Contestants in the men's race chased a Double Gloucester cheese down the steep gradient of Cooper's Hill during the annual Bank Holiday tradition of cheese-rolling Monday in Brockworth, Gloucestershire, England.

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  • In Britain competitors took part in an ancient 200 - year-old cheese-rolling event.

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  • World War II didn't even stop Gloucester townsfolk from cheese-rolling, who with rationing, used a wooden model cheese instead.

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  • Despite being banned, in 2010 100 people were still cheese-rolling down Cooper's Hill in an unauthorised event.

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  • Every year during bank holidays, the UK hosts an array of outlandish sporting events such as bog-snorkelling, shin-kicking and cheese-rolling.

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  • "Many visitors to Gloucestershire solely come to experience the cheese-rolling, shin-kicking or the bog-snorkelling because that's what they think of as quintessentially British."

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  • But it emerged today that the annual cheese-rolling event at Cooper's Hill above Brockworth has become the latest victim of health and safety concerns.

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