Clarion man Lunn is a national champion

Fenland Clarion rider and top local triathlete Paul Lunn won the national Clarion 50-mile championship hosted by the Nottingham Clarion.

Evander Wishart.

Youngster Wishart turns in another fine ride

Fenland Clarion youngster Evander Wishart turned in another fine performance when racing in the fourth round of the Hackney Primvera circuit series.

Ed Lowe is pipped on the line.

Clarke clocks new record

Lindsay Clarke was in record-breaking form at the weekend.

Simon Pitchford.

ROUND-UP: Simon sounds the Clarion call

The third round of the Northants time trial series bought success to Fenland Clarion.

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Georgia  Bullard.

Langlands back with a bang

Fenland Clarion old boy Dave Langlands, now riding for Team Bottrill, won the second round of the Northants & District CA 10-mile time trial hosted by Clarion on their Sawtry course.

James Gelsthorp.

Harwood scorches home in course record time

Market Deeping cyclist Brett Harwood, a Terry Wright Cycles team racer and a second claim Peterborough Cycling Club member, won the Spalding Hilly 18-mile time trial at the weekend in a speedy 39mins 28secs - a new course record.

Pictured are prizewinners in the Fenland Clarion Spring Series of youth races.

CYCLING: Dawid leads from the front for Peterborough

Peterborough Cycling Club celebrated their first win of the new season at the weekend when their Polish member Dawid Sargent-Szczesniak took the honours in the Northants CRA handicap road race at Keysoe.

Harry Tozer (left) was second overall in the Muddy Monsters Series.

Clarion man Stokes claims their first win of the season

The second round of the Northants CRA handicap road race series provided the first win of the season for Fenland Clarion rider Tom Stokes.

Mo Farah should be furious.

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The Team Sky cycling outfit have loved to brag about their professionalism and their skill at finding marginal gains.

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Adam Robinson.

Adamson races to first track success

Fenland Clarion rider Adam Robinson gained his first track win when competing in the latest Derby Arena Track League meeting at the Derby Velodrome.

Sir Bradley Wiggins

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One of the cycling for girls only evenings at the Embankment.

CYCLING: An evening of racing just for girls

Local cycling club Fenland Clarion are hosting an evening of cycle racomng for girls only on Friday (March 10).

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Jody Cundy won another world championship title.

CYCLING: Cundy claims yet another world title

Jody Cundy produced a stunning ride to win his ninth consecutive one kilometre time-trial UCI Para-cycling World Championship title in Los Angeles at the weekend.

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Kevin Hobbs.

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.

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.

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.

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

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Maria Sharapova is a villain of 2016.

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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?

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