July 23 2014 Latest news:
Mitchell Smith sealed the English super featherweight title with an impressive points win against Hartlepool’s Peter Cope at York Hall.
Brent table tennis player Mya Sultan was left momentarily speechless after she claimed a silver medal on her first appearance at the London Youth Games.
Gary ‘Hellraiser’ Corcoran has set his sights on winning the Southern Area light-middleweight title in September.
St George Groves will return to the ring for the first time since his loss to Carl Froch in May to face Frenchman Christopher Rebrasse at Wembley Arena on Saturday, September 20.
Kilburn boxer Alan Higgins is targeting an English title fight by the end of the year and a showdown with Chris Eubank Jr after receiving treatment for a slipped disc.
Former district stars Uche Ikpeazu and Tafari Moore returned to their roots for the annual Brent Schools FA awards at Capital City Academy.
Teenage triple jumper Lia Stephenson says the experience of competing against Yamilé Aldama at the British Championships has motivated her to realise her Olympic dream.
Harrow Weald’s hot super-featherweight talent Mitchell Smith has returned from training camp in Spain and is ready to bring the heat on rival Peter Cope.
Four years ago, Ross Barkley was among the talented young prospects who steered England’s Under-17 side to European Championship glory.
Bill O’Connor is a member of a very elite group. The Queen’s Park Harriers runner is one of only 15 people worldwide to have participated in every London Marathon since its inception in 1981. On Sunday, he will take to the capital’s streets for the 34th time.
James DeGale remained on course to become Great Britain’s first Olympic and professional world champion on Saturday night with an 11th-round stoppage of Gevorg Khatchikian in Bristol.
As George Groves prepares for his highly anticipated rematch against Carl Froch, James DeGale could be forgiven for casting a wishful glance in the direction of his bitter rival. In fact, the Harlesden fighter believes the opposite is true: “Everyone keeps asking me if I am envious of Groves, but it’s the other way round really,” he says. “I’m going to sneak in under the radar”.
QPR chairman chairman Tony Fernandes is striving for stability, survival and making sure QPR sign players who want to play for the club this season, rather than just picking up their wages.
EXCLUSIVE: David Strettle says Saracens have recovered from their heartbreak and are ready to go again after returning to pre-season training.
Paul Stirling hopes a maiden four-day hundred is not too far away after marking his run in the Middlesex side with a glut of half-centuries.
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