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Gold rush in Mexico, Portugal and Holland

Local martial artists are ruling the world.

Peterborough Citys  Open J18 coxless quad of  Thomas Jackson, James Toynton, Alex Leverage and Thomas Bodily.

City do well against top opposition on the Thames

Peterborough City Rowing Club members ventured onto the Thames at the weekend and achieved some notable results against top opposition competing in the Fours Head.

Joe Perry lost to Ronnie O'Sullivan.

SHANGHAI MASTERS: Perry blasted by ‘Rocket’

Joe Perry was well beaten in the second round of the Shanghai Masters in China today (November 15).

Anthony Barnes celebrates in Portugal.

Barnes storming finish in Portugal

Local racing driver Anthony Barnes finished a fine season with a podium placing in Portugal at the weekend.

Joe Perry.

SHANGHAI MASTERS: Perry in sparkling form

Joe Perry made a promising start to the Shanghai Masters tournament in China yesterday (November 13).

George Russell.

GRAND PRIX DEBUT: Russell ready to jump into Formula One

Former Wisbech Grammar School pupil George Russell has set his sights on a full-time Forumla One drive after making his grand prix debut in Brazil.

James Fox after winning at the World Rowing Championship in Sarasota, Florida, in September. Picture: Naomi Baker

WORLD RANKINGS: Peterborough rower is at number one

Peterborough’s James Fox is ranked at number one in the latest world para rowing rankings.

Pictured left to right are Filmon Eyassu, Georgie Bullen, Dom Roper, Emma Evans and Dan Roper

GOALBALL: March club among the elite

A team from the Fen Tigers Goalball Club based at March excelled in their first ever elite tournament.

Open day at TASK.

MARTIAL ARTS: Free tuition from the champions

New martial arts school TASK (Taylor’s Academy of Sport Karate) held an open day on Saturday (November 4) when visitors received free tuition from club founder and former world kick-boxing champion Rob Taylor.

Rising star George Russell.

BRAZILIAN GRAND PRIX: Former Wisbech Grammar School pupil on track for debut

British teenager George Russell, a former Wisbech Grammar School pupil from Tydd St Giles, will be handed his grand prix debut in opening practice at the Brazilian Grand Prix tomorrow (November 10).

Citys winning crew of, from the left, Rosie Turp, Eve Cresswell, Milly Hilton, Charlotte Bolton and Chloe Reed

A gr-eight day as City lead the way at the Huntingdon Head

Peterborough City Rowing were the top club at Sunday’s Huntingdon Head of the River event.

Katie Tasker and Olivia Corner.

Matthew is a champion

Peterborough Triathlon Club (PACTRAC) youngster Matthew Wouldham is an Eastern Region champion.

The Queen could have a runner at Huntingdon.

HORSE RACING: Huntingdon meeting could be a royal occasion

Huntingdon race-day this Sunday (November 5) could have a royal flavour.

Joe Perry lost in the second round.

INTERNATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP: Robbie Williams on song in China as Joe bows out

Joe Perry was a second round loser in the OPPO International Championship in Daqing.

Racing at Huntingdon.

HORSE RACING: Guy Fawkes Day is beer festival day at Huntingdon

Huntingdon Racecourse is hosting the Brian Martin Pallets Annual Beer Festival race-day on Sunday (November 5).

Harry Winks.

SWANNY’S WORLD OF SPORT: There are no champions here

Over-optimism is an English football disease. It’s evident with the England national team ahead of every major tournament (although the presence of Gareth Southgate in the technical area and Jordan Henderson in midfield might dampen enthusiasm when the World Cup in Russia looms large next year) and now it’s gripped followers of our major club teams.

Triathletes in Miami.

Thorold flies the PACTRAC flag with great pride in Florida

Peterborough Triathlon Club (PACTRAC) members certainly get about.

Ed Thurston.

Thurston makes the podium at Silverstone

Teenage whizzkid Ed Thurston has completed his season of historic car racing with a podium finish.

Alexander Parkin in action.

Alexander the great!

A jet ski racer from Baston has just won two British titles in his first year of racing.

Bethany (left) and Lianne Jones (centre)  at the ISKA Championships.

Lianne lands another four world championship titles

City martial arts star Lianne Jones has just taken her world title haul for 2017 to a super six.

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