Contour Cycles, a chain of independent, rider-owned and run bike shops based in Stevenage and Welwyn GC, have launched a race team and have competed in their first event.
This Christmas, while others were feasting on turkey leftovers, eight of the Stevenage & North Herts Athletics Club’s pole vault squad travelled to Cardiff for an intense three-day training camp.
A badminton coach says UK Sport’s decision to cut financial backing for the sport ahead of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics is ‘very upsetting’ and could have major repercussions for years to come.
Stevenage CTC got their Christmas and New Year cycling programme underway at the weekend with Sunday’s ride to Cold Christmas.
Hitchin Swimming Club competed at Watford Swimming Pool for a Level Three county qualifying open meet.
Saturday saw the third round of Results Base Chiltern Cross Country League match held at Stopsley Common, Luton.
A year ago U13 England badminton sensation Leona Lee, then age 10, was training five times a week and during the weekends entering Badminton England tournaments across the country.
Team Trident’s cyclo-cross riders took part in the 10th weekend of the season with Mark Calvert in the prize money.
It was Ladies’ Day for Blueharts with all four ladies teams gaining points while across the club there were four wins, four draws and two defeats.
On a Saturday that saw Blueharts enjoy seven wins with the men’s section undefeated, the best of the bunch was the 11-1 victory of the men’s 3rds away to Winchmore Hill and Enfield to put them fourth in Division 4SW.
Blueharts ladies were keen to build on their first win of the season from last weekend, and did so in a fine fashion.
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