10-Jan-12 11:39. By Giulia Lombardo | Comments (0)
A very popular and slightly posh destination for skiing holidays is Cortina d’ Ampezzo. The village has nearly 7,000 inhabitants and it is located at 1224m. Cortina is included in the Belluno province, 72 km from the town of Belluno.
The Cortina D’Ampezzo’s valley is considered by skiers a paradise. It might be because of its Sunshine (8 days out of 10 with 8 hours of daylight), or because of its ski facilities 3 ski areas, 62 slopes (10 black runs, 23 red, 28 blue and 1 green) for a total of 115 kilometres or for its beautiful landscape and glamorous atmosphere.
05-Dec-11 17:57. By Giulia Lombardo | Comments (0)
There are many events dedicated to the skiing/snowboarding. One of the most acclaimed ones is “Snowbombing” (attended mainly by young people from 18 to 24 years old), from the 9th to the 14th of April at Mayrhofen, Austria, regarded by many as “The Greatest Show on Snow”. The festival combines the beautiful alpine setting of the Austrian alps with live music and popular DJs. Now entering into its 13th year the event offers parties in forest clearings, back country Tyrolean hideaways and even a larger than life igloo at the altitude of 3,000 feet.
31-Oct-11 16:48. By Backhill | Comments (21)
If you enjoy playing rugby, having a good time, winning and want to play a part in uniting a community the Italian Rugby Club want to hear from you.
It doesn't matter whether you're at the beginning, the end or somewhere in between of your rugby career. All you need is to share a love of the game and it's social aspects. And you can find the club on Facebook and follow the club on Twitter.
06-Oct-11 10:23. By Marco Attanasio | Comments (1)
Match Report for Finchley 3rd XV vs London Italian Rugby 1st XV
Final Score: 12-35
London Italian Rugby’s first game in over 2 years was greeted by fantastic summer time weather and a scratch team demonstrating a high calibre on individual talent and team playing ability.
26-Sep-11 18:01. By Giulia Lombardo | Comments (2)
Excited by the 2011 Rugby World Cup?
Backhill talks to Eduardo Rastelli about the World Cup and, at an amateur level, the London Italian Rugby Football Club and it's forthcoming match against Finchley Rugby Club on Saturday 1st October 2012 k.o 3.00 at Summers Lane, N12 0PD
20-Sep-11 15:35. By Giulia Lombardo | Comments (0)
The Italian beer boom
A taste revolution is taking place in Italy! In the last 30 years the beer sector increased its production and exportation. There’s also been a boom in the average individual consumption in Italy.
In a country characterized by a solid wine producing tradition, nobody could ever imagine that this year the Italian beer production would achieve record results on their importation to Britain, historical homeland of this product, traditionally prone to consume national products and also very careful regarding the quality of the drink.
11-Aug-11 16:54. By Giulia Lombardo | Comments (0)
The OGI (Olimpiadi Gioventù Italiana) has recently held a fund raising family barbeque at Villa Scalabrini to raise money for the next games.
We asked Mike Viglione a few questions about the event and the OGI.
11-Aug-11 16:47. By Giulia Lombardo | Comments (20)
Football is still the most popular sport in Italy and the UK. The amazing thing about it is that you can play it wherever you want. In a park, on the beach, in a square, what you really need is a ball and a friend to start off with. Playing amatory football is an experience almost all of us had in our lives but being good at it is quite a different matter !
So why not start learning how to play since childhood?
There are plenty of football schools all through the UK and some Italian football clubs as well!
Playing football with an Italian coach in an Anglo-Italian environment could be also a nice way to socialize and feel part of the Anglo-Italian community, sharing the Italian language and Italian football style with Italian coaches.
01-Jun-11 10:09. By Giulia Lombardo | Comments (21)
Three young Italian guys are taking the music charts in Italy and the US by storm. Known as "I tenorini" (the little tenors) in Italy because of theor age they perform old Neopolitan songs rearranged with a modern touch
26-May-11 14:44. By John Belli | Comments (0)
Emigrante beat Wasteels "B" on penalties to win the 2011 Giuseppe Vignali Tournament.
John Belli reviews the tournament for Backhill
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