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Eleanor picked for European Championships

Warmington teenager Eleanor Taylor, a 15 year-old pupil at Prince William School, Oundle, has been selected to represent Great Britain at the 2018 European Junior and Cadet Fencing Championships in Sochi, Russia.

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COPS British Championship squad - many of whom are up for an award.

SPORTS AWARDS: COPS could be making a big awards splash

City of Peterborough Swimming Club (COPS) are set to make a big splash at the 2017 Peterborough Telegraph Sports Awards presentation dinner next month.

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Joseph Carey in action.

SPORTS AWARDS: BMX boy comes in with a late challenge

The race for honours in the 2017 Peterborough Telegraph Sports Awards has really been hotting up this week.

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Redicean ridden by Wayne Hutchinson jumps the last to win the 32Red Casino Introductory Juvenile Race during day two of the Winter Festival at Kempton Park. Picture: Adam Davy/PA Wire

HORSE RACING: Future stars on show at Huntingdon

Racehorse stars of the future will be on show as the 2018 racing calendar at Huntingdon Racecourse begins on Friday (January 12).

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Panthers team boss Carl Johnson, pictured here holding the SGB Championship KO Cup, is getting plenty of votes in Personality of the Year.

Panthers are putting in a late challenge

Peterborough Panthers speedway fans have been busy over the festive period . . . voting in the 2017 Peterborough Telegraph Sports Awards.

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Racing at Huntingdon.

Record prize money of over £1 million at Huntingdon Racecourse

Prize money at Huntingdon Racecourse is to rise to a record amount of just under £1,192,200 in 2018, the first time it has exceeded seven figures.

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On the mat are Ehsan Nawaz and Abdur Rahman Jarral. Photo: David Lowndes.

FREESTYLE CLUB: Peterborough wrestlers are masters of the mat

Peterborough’s Futuwwa Freestyle Wrestling Club have held their second inter-club competition at the Gladstone Park Community Centre.

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Boxing champion Cello Renda.

SPORTS AWARDS: Time to honour your sporting heroes

Here we go again! The Peterborough Telegraph Sports Awards are upon us once more.

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Champion Adam Neill with Thomas Bodily and Thomas Jackson.

Where Sir Bradley flops our city rowers shine

It may have been a disappointing day for Sir Bradley Wiggins but Peterborough rowers were cheering all the way home from Saturday’s British Rowing Indoor Championships.

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Joe Perry was a second round loser.

SCOTTISH OPEN: Perry bows out in Glasgow

Joe Perry couldn’t hide his frustration after bowing out of the Dafabet Scottish Open on day three of the competition.

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Sir Bradley Wiggins (right) pictured at the British Indoor Rowing Championships. Picture:  Steven Paston/PA Wire

BRITISH CHAMPIONSHIPS: All eyes on Sir Bradley but Peterborough rower is the main man

A former Peterborough City Rowing Club oarsman won the British Indoor Championships for the second year running at the weekend.

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Horse racing at Huntingdon.

HORSE RACING: Huntingdon meeting abandoned

Today’s meeting at Huntingdon Racecourse has been abandoned because of snow.

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Joe Perry in action.

UK CHAMPIONSHIP: Perry bows out at quarter-final stage

Joe Perry felt more like Father Christmas than a snooker player after crashing out of the Betway UK Championship this afternoon (December 8).

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Some of the finalists in the David Lloyd Club Championships. Lauren McMahon is fifth from the left.

A clean sweep for Lauren and a first singles title for Ethan

Lauren McMahon was the star of the show at the annual David Lloyd Club Championships at Thorpe Wood last weekend.

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Sam Tuck at the UK Coaching Awards dinner with Dame Katherine Grainger.

Sam tucks into a top prize at the UK Coaching dinner

A former Peterborough City Rowing Club member has won a prestigious coaching award.

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Peterboroughs winning Open coxless quad of Alex Leverage, James Toynton, Thomas Bodily and Thomas Jackson.

City wind their way to five fine victories on a tricky Trent

Peterborough City Rowing Club picked up five wins at the Newark Head on a bendy course on the River Trent.

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Joe Perry.

UK CHAMPIONSHIP: Perry sparkles on his way to the quarter-finals

Joe Perry is through to the quarter-finals of the Betway UK Championship.

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The finalists in the David Lloyd Club Championships at Thorpe Wood. Lauren McMahon is fifth from the left.

CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS: A clean sweep for Lauren, a first singles title for Ethan

Lauren McMahon was the star of the show at the annual David Lloyd Club Championships at Thorpe Wood last weekend (December 2).

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Sire De Grugy, the 2014 Cheltenham Festival Queen Mother Champion Chase winner, should be running at Huntingdon on Sunday.

HORSE RACING: Excellent entries for Huntingdon’s race of the year

A classy renewal of the highest quality horse race of 2017 at Huntingdon Racecourse on Sunday (December 10) is in prospect.

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Joe Perry in action.

UK CHAMPIONSHIP: Perry reaches the last 16

It’s been four years since Joe Perry made the last 16 of the Betway UK Championship but he admits he’ll have to play much better if he wants to go any further.

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