"and of course there's Wimbledon. And then Goodwood and Cowes."

The Championships, Wimbledon, is the oldest tennis tournament in the world and is generally considered the most prestigious. The tournament takes place over 2 weeks in late June and early July.

The Goodwood Cup is a horseracing event, established in 1808, run at Goodwood, England, which is controlled by the Duke of Richmond.

Cowes Week, the world's oldest regular regatta, established in 1826, occurs annually in the first week of August.

The traditional London Season went into decline after WWI.