Runners from Fairlands Valley Spartans, Stevenage Striders, Hitchin Running Club and North Herts Road Runners took on races across the country over the past week.
Two American Football players from Hertfordshire Cheetahs have been selected to be part of the GB U19 national performance squad.
Top flight men's basketball comes to St Albans for the first time on Saturday when Essex & Herts Leopards host Worthing Thunder at Oaklands College.
A Hitchin swimmer set a new world record at the European Down Syndrome Swimming Championships.
Hitchin boxer Tom Ansell is targeting a fight with Harley Been after picking up a points victory in his latest bout on Saturday, despite a late change of opponent.
Saracens Mavericks have unveiled their line-up for the new Netball Superleague season - and it includes two major new signings.
A North Herts cricket club has celebrated its 50th anniversary with a Golden Jubilee match between past and present players.
Hitchin boxer Tom Ansell returns to the ring this Saturday after a challenging few months, and he wants the bout to be a big step towards challenging for titles.
A busy season may be winding down but there is still plenty of silverware up for grabs across the various bowls clubs.
The first running on over 20 years of a Stevenage 10K has been given two thumbs up from organisers.
A charity day held at Letchworth Tennis Club during National Air Ambulance Week has helped boost funds and awareness for the East Anglian Air Ambulance.
Four more Fairlands Valley Spartans claimed county medals in the second of three evening 5K races at Hatfield.
A hot weekend saw North Herts Road Runners "tough it out" at two different events.
Hundreds of runners turned out for the inaugural Stevenage 10k yesterday - the first time the town has held an officially measured public event for the distance for more than 20 years.
Knebworth Park's battle against relegation from Division One of the Herts Cricket League ended with a two-wicket loss to Ickleford - and when they look back they will rue the name of Matt Baxter.
Preston's Herts Cricket League Division One title hopes disappeared with a bang as they suffered a nine-wicket loss to only challengers Langleybury.
Letchworth Garden City Cricket Club waved goodbye to one of their best ever players with a fine seven-wicket win over Leverstock Green in the Herts Cricket League Championship.
Knebworth Park's great escape is going to the final day of the season after a third win in the last five games.