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A Transatlantic Super Bowl

As an American who loves – absolutely loves – sport, the Super Bowl is one of the most exciting days in the calendar. Normal order of service is getting together with friends at home, eating copious amounts of unhealthy food, and sharing in the excitement of the Big Game on TV. Being outside the United States, in London, for the first time on Super Bowl Sunday this year, I didn’t know what to expect. Would it be any different across the pond?

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