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PARATRIATHLON: Steadman starts season with a bang in Japan

Paratriathlete Lauren Steadman will be bidding to build on her outstanding start to the season when she takes part in a rare race on home soil on Bank Holiday Monday (May 28).

The Hicks Karate School team that did well at the Northants Open. From the left are, back, Atlanta Hickman (instructor), Warren Bothamley, Aaron Leonard, Shiv Panchal, Lucy Hicks, Denas Jankauskas, Andrew Hicks (chief instructor), middle, Oliver Profitt, Joell Celaire, Sophie Hicks, Sophie Doyle, front, Tajus Jankauskas, Joshua Leonard and Ravi Panchal.

Sophie is fighter of the day for Hicks Karate

Sophie Doyle was the star turn when the city’s Hicks Karate School sent a team to compete in the Northants Open on Sunday.

Ros Goatly (left) and Georgina Jennings were age group winners at Newmarket.

New PACTRAC man Tim strikes national gold

Two Peterborough Triathlon Club (PACTRAC) members won medals when competing in the English National Standard Distance Championships at Southport.

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Great victory for Peterborough as they defeat rivals Cambridge in chess upset

Peterborough scored a huge victory by defeating rivals Cambridge to win a prestigious chess tournament for what is believed to be the first time.

Shanae Sigorney.

GYMNASTICS: Super Shanae is the pride of the East

Budding young gymnastics star Shanae Sigorney has enjoyed an extremely successful month of competition.

Paul Lunn in action.

TRIATHLON: Lunn has fun in the sun again and all the latest PACTRAC results

PACTRAC man Paul Lunn delivered a superb result in the ‘Half-Ironman’ event in Alcudia, Majorca.

The successful England Over 55s team. Alan Jordan is second from the left.

HOME INTERNATIONALS: Oundle’s Alan is an ace as England win veterans event

Oundle Tennis Club coach Alan Jordan skippered England Over 55s to Home International success.

Mark Gray at the Mosconi Cup.

NINE BALL POOL: Bourne man to compete in the World Cup in China

Mark ‘Granite’ Gray, the resident professional at Bourne Snooker Centre, will represent England in the World Cup of Pool in China next week (May 15-20).

World Championshjip silver medallist Liam Halse.

MARTIAL ARTS: World Championship silver for Liam

There was an outstanding result for a local martial artist in the Ukraine at the weekend.

Benjamin Mackenzie and Jack Collins won silver and bronze medals on the Dorney Lake..

City win super silvers on Dorney

Peterborough City Rowing Club’s junior members achieved some outstanding results in national events on Dorney Lake at the weekend.

Matt Skelhon (left) with his silver medal in South Korea.

WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS: Silver for Skelhon in South Korea

Stilton shooter Matt Skelhon won a World Championship medal in South Korea yesterday (May 9).

Martin Hobbs (back left) with some of his young students at Werrington.

Big upgrade for two top instructors from Hicks Karate School

Two of Peterborough’s top martial arts instructors have recently gained high ranking awards.

The start of Sunday's PACTRAC Duathlon at Castor, which was won by Nathan Tweedie (left). Runner-up was Paul Lunn (third left).

GB man Tweedie first home with over a minute to spare

Peterborough Triathlon Club (PACTRAC) members took the top two places in their club’s big annual duathlon race at Castor on Sunday.

Joe Perry in action against Mark Allen at the World Championships. Photo: Tony Rushmer.

WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP: Perry out after final session slump

Chatteris potter Joe Perry lost five frames in a row to bow out of the World Championsips at the second round stage tonight (April 27).

James Pinkerton (centre) was a winner at Oulton Park. Picture: Ollie Read

MOTOR RACING: Double delight for Pinkerton

Ramsey St Mary’s racing driver James Pinkerton began his quest for Radical SR1 Cup glory in sparkling fashion at Oulton Park in Cheshire at the weekend.

Peterborough Rowing Club celebrating their wins with the Victor Ludorum Trophy. From the left are, back, Finley Ribbons, Ross Lamont, Tom Calverley, Brandon Ingle, Henry Barnett, Tom Bodily, Tom Jackson, Jordan Beale, Connor Ribbons, George Woodall, Callum Gilbey, Ted Smith, front, Rosie Turp, Eve Cresswell, Sarah Watson, Millie Hilton, Natalie Bicknell, Chloe Reed and Freya Woodhall

City pair Finlay and Connor cut opposition crews to ribbons

The 2018 regatta season started with a bang for Peterborough City Rowing Club at the weekend.

Mark Selby (right) watches Joe Perry during day one of the 2018 Betfred World Championship at The Crucible, Sheffield. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Saturday April 21, 2018. See PA story SNOOKER World. Photo credit should read: Richard Sellers/PA Wire. SNOOKER_World_132455.JPG

WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS: Chatteris cueman stuns the world champion to record one of the best wins of his career

Joe Perry, who hails from Chatteris, delivered a stunning performance to beat reigning champion and world number one Mark Selby in the first round of the World Championships today (April 21).

The Hicks Karate School at the British Open. From the left are, back Tomas Butvilas, David Prior,  Andrew Hicks, Atlanta Hickman, Aaron Dickerson, middle, Kye Prior, Shiv Panchal, Warren Bothamley, Denas Jankauskas, Aaron Leonard, Lucy Hicks, Jolie Franks, Elise Ward, front, Oliver Profitt, Joell Celaire, Joshua Leonard, Sophie Doyle and Sophie Hicks.

MARTIAL ARTS: Hicks Karate School fight their way to five British Open titles

Peterborough’s Hicks Karate School have five new British title holders in their midst following Sunday’s Imternational Combat Organisation (ICO) British Open Championships in Birmingham.

Eddy Paddock and Kelsey Lock.

KICKBOXING: Local fighters star for England

Peterborough BCKA club kickboxers Eddy Paddock and Kelsey Lock fought for an England team against 19 Irish club teams at the Battle of the North held at the Everglades Hotel in Derry, Northern Ireland.

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