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Marina wins prestigious Kelly Cup

Peterborough Cycling Club members had plenty to celebrate when they gathered at the Fleet Community Centre for their annual presentation of awards.

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Harry Tozer on top of the podium.

Young Tozer is a muddy marvel

Harry Tozer’s fine winter form in the Muddy Monsters Series continued at the weekend.

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Harry Tozer pulls away from the bunch.

CYCLING: Tozer second in the Muddy Monsters

Fenland Clarion youngster Harry Tozer maintained his excellent winter form in the Muddy Monsters Series when taking second place overall in round three in Ashwell near Biggleswade.

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Harry Tozer (right) and Evander Wishart (left) made the podium for Fenland Clarion.

Clarion youngsters are Muddy marvels

Two young Fenland Clarion riders got among the prizes in round two of the Muddy Monsters youth races held at Hinchingbrooke Park.

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Max Verstappen (right) would trounce Lewis Hamilton on a level playing field.

SWANNY’S WORLD OF SPORT: Give Max a fast car, Darragh the freedom of the city and give me a ticket to the darts

2016 wasn’t a bad sporting year. Great Britain ruled the Olympics, England’s rugby union team went through the year unbeaten and a little club won the Premier League.

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Maria Sharapova is a villain of 2016.

SWANNY’S WORLD OF SPORT: The heroes and villains of 2016

All good columnists use their last page of the year to remember the best and worst from the previous 12 months.

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Andy Murray celebrates his rise to world number one after winning the Paris Masters.

SWANNY’S WORLD OF SPORT: Is Murray the best GB sportsman of all time?

Arise Sir Andy Murray. I assume it will happen at the next opportunity and so it should.

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Action from one of Fenland Clarion's girls racing nights.

Youth racing for girls at the Embankment

Local cycling club Fenland Clarion are hosting an evening of cycle racing for girls only tomorrow (November 11).

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Lindsay Clarke (left) on the podium.

Lindsay on track for national success

Fenland Clarion veteran Lindsay Clarke was in superb form at the LVRC (League of Veteran Racing Cyclists) Track Championships at the Newport Velodrome at the weekend.

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Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is a lot of fun.

SWANNY’S WORLD OF SPORT: Klopp is just a better class Darren Ferguson, professional cycling should be scrapped

I’m a big Liverpool fan now they have Jurgen Klopp in charge at Anfield.

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Alison Lilley.

World bronze for Clarion ace Lilley

Fenland Clarion rider Alison Lilley made the podium at the World Masters Track Championships in Manchester last week.

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Loser Lewis Hamilton.

SWANNY’S WORLD OF SPORT: Lewis in pole position for loser’s award

It’s not been a great few weeks for British sport. If there was an anti-Sports Personality of the Year, the BBC would have a long list of contenders.

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Christophe Demoulin won the Northants & District distance classifications.

CYCLING: Great year for the ‘oldest club in the world’

Peterborough Cycling Club have completed one of the most successful years in their long history.

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Harry Tozer.

City club should win Northants series

Although the weather was dull, there was a bright end to the season for Peterborough Cycling Club on Saturday.

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Action from the East Anglian BMX championships.

East Anglia titles for the flying Phantoms

Youngsters Liam Arnett and Joseph Carey were the stars of the show for the host club when Peterborough Phantoms staged the East Anglian Championships on Sunday.

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Jerry Norman.

Belgian ace Christophe stars for Peterborough club

Peterborough Cycling Club’s Belgian rider Christophe Demoulin was in terrific form in the Northants & District CA 10 at Brogborough.

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Jerry Norman and Mia Purnell.

Malcolm is the Master

Peterborough Cycling Club’s Malcolm Smith, a former Masters world champion, won the latest LVRC (League of Veteran Racing Cyclists) race in Yorkshire in a hotly contested two-man sprint finish.

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Great Britain's Jody Cundy celebrates on the podium with his gold medal.  Photo: Andrew Matthews/PA Wire.

Paralympic gold for Jody Cundy - rider was wary of London 2012 repeat before victory in Rio

Jody Cundy was wary of a repeat of the London 2012 start which sparked his meltdown before ending four years of torment with Paralympic gold in Rio.

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Great Britain's Jody Cundy on the podium during the medal ceremony for the Men's C4-5 1000m Time Trial. Photo: Andrew Matthews/PA Wire.

Redemption for Jody Cundy four years on from London 2012 tantrum

Redemption. A wrong corrected, if you like, in the eyes of Jody Cundy.

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Ruby Issac (right) on the podium at Birmingham.

Matt is the Senter of attention once again

Peterborough Cycling provided the individual winner in two recent races.

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