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Suffolk athlete John (Jack) Millar loved every minute of his first taste of major international competition, at last weekend’s European Cross Country Championships, held in Tilburg, Netherlands.

Athletics correspondent Carl Marston is travelling around the region (and beyond) running in different parkruns. This week he heads down to Walthamstow

A big effort by a team of local cyclists led by Steve Grimwood of Elmy Cycles resulted in a fine weekend of National Trophy cyclo-cross at Trinity Park, Ipswich, writes Fergus Muir.

In his latest column, Nino Severino reports on the highlight of his year – the Elena Baltacha Foundation Awards.

Coach Andy Northcote has described Suffolk’s 2019 fixture list as ‘arguably the hardest campaign we will enter’ in the Unicorns Championship.

Suffolk’s rising UFC star Arnold Allen has his sights set on the biggest year of his career in 2019 – one in which he hopes to break into the world’s top ten rankings and make his long-awaited American debut.

Ben David and Cai James have been keen rivals during their amateur days at Colchester Golf Club. Now both are professionals, writes Tony Garnett.

Copdock & Old Ipswichian are to become the first cricket club in Suffolk to employ a full-time sports development officer.

Ipswich heavyweight talent Fabio Wardley makes his debut on the big stage at the O2 later this month – and the Suffolk stylist believes he can ‘definitely’ win a world title one day.

The Suffolk duo of John (Jack) Millar and Emily Moyes both featured in medal-winning squads at the European Cross Country Championships, staged at Tilburg in Netherlands today.

The annual Suffolk Schools Series A Cross Country Championships embraced a new venue at Ipswich High School in Woolverstone last weekend.

Athletics correspondent Carl Marston is travelling around the region (and beyond) running in different parkruns. This week he heads to Barclay parkrun in Hoddesdon

In this week’s column, Mike Bacon looks back at Tyson Fury’s remarkable return to the ring and tells why Harry is king... even if not of the jungle just yet!

A disconsolate Kieran Jarvis won the Eastern Senior Cyclo-Cross Championship at Stanborough Park, Welwyn on Sunday, writes Fergus Muir.

Emily Moyes, who will be running for Great Britain at the European Cross Country Championship this weekend, insists that she doesn’t even particularly like cross country!

In his latest column, Nino Severino discusses a new idea from the University of Suffolk Hub, and how an old friend from Ipswich Town is still helping athletes in the town.

Five times national ladies champion, Gina Andrews, made it a day to remember at Cottenham on Sunday when riding her 200th point-to-point winner, writes Laura Braithwaite

Suffolk athlete Emily Moyes will be competing for Great Britain at next weekend’s European Cross Country Championships, following a gutsy run at the recent Trials in Liverpool.

In the latest of our Series on the ever-popular parkruns across Suffolk and North-East Essex, we focus on the Great Cornard parkrun, which had a 100-plus field

Athletics correspondent Carl Marston is travelling around the region (and beyond) running in different parkruns. This week he heads south to Harlow, in west Essex

This Sunday sees the opening of the East Anglian point-to-point season at its traditional venue, Cottenham, with the first race at 12 noon, writes Mike Ashby.

Suffolk athlete John (Jack) Millar has been selected to run for Great Britain at next month’s European Cross Country Championships.

In his latest column, Nino Severino discusses a big day for him and the team at the University of Suffolk’s state of the art sports science Hub.

Investec East Conference

Ipswich 2

Horsham 4

Ipswich turned in one of their best performances of the season, but two early soft goals cost them a point, writes Emma Millar.

Cottenham, the traditional East Anglian season opener, will again hold the first meeting of the 2018-19 point-to-point season this Sunday, followed by the ever popular second meeting at the same venue on December 30.

A dream will come true for Ipswich heavyweight prospect Fabio Wardley when he fights at the O2 Arena on December 22.

Spotlight on the Sizewell parkrun

Sunday, November 25, 2018

Matt Spencer, a member of Bungay Black Dog, was first home at the 14th staging of the Sizewell parkrun on Saturday morning, the sixth time he has led home the field at this event.

A spectacular come from behind knockout by Ryan Dennis capped an exhilarating night of fighting at Contenders 25 in Norwich.

Heavyweight prospect Fabio Wardley’s career is set to skyrocket after the Suffolk stylist signed with world-title contender Dillian Whyte.

A youth vs experience battle made the Women’s race at Amis Velo cyclo-cross the race of the day, writes Fergus Muir.

Matt Hunn admitted would ‘love to play every day’s cricket for Suffolk’ next season, writes Nick Garnham.

Some of the region’s top fighters will do battle at Contenders 25 in Norwich this weekend. Mark Heath previews the action.

In his latest column, Nino Severino talks about the benefits of gymnastics, and visits a school in the area offering classes for all ages.

Cage Warriors president Graham Boylan says he hopes to bring the bright lights of Europe’s top MMA promotion back to the region – and revealed that Colchester’s James Webb is in line for a world title fight in 2019.

A field of 117 took part in the 179th staging of the Harwich parkrun on Saturday, which as usual was held over a 5K course from Dovercourt Cliff Park on a fast route along the promenade.

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