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Saturday, April 14, 2018

England’s men and women sprinted to 4x100m relay golds at the Commonwealth Games in Australia.

Dina Asher-Smith was delighted to win bronze in the women’s 200m at the Commonwealth Games in Australia.

England’s Dina Asher-Smith won bronze in the 200m at the Commonwealth Games in Australia, with former UEL student Bianca Williams in seventh place.

There were mixed fortunes for England sprinters in the women’s 200m semi-finals at the Commonwealth Games in Australia.

Newham & Essex Beagles’ Asha Philip was left hugely frustrated and disappointed after finishing fourth in the women’s 100m final at the Commonwealth Games.

England’s Adam Gemili played down injury fears after he reached the Commonwealth Games 100m final.

Woodford Green’s Mark Dry won bronze in the hammer for Scotland on the opening afternoon of athletics action at the Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast.

England’s Adam Gemili is ready to return as a solo star at the Commonwealth Games.

When you win a medal at the World Championships on your home track, you would think that would signal a successful summer – but not for Newham & Essex Beagles’ Rabah Yousif.

The latest news from the Harold Wood Running Club

The latest news from the Havering AC club

Havering club members posted a good set of results on Essex duty at the Inter-Counties Cross-Country Championships in Loughborough.

Havering AC star Faye Fullerton has been selected for the British team that will travel to Spain for the World Half-Marathon Championships later this month.

Coopers Coborn pupils had plenty to cheer at the annual Radley Relays in Oxford.

Havering’s successful winter on the mud continued in the most prestigious event of the season as they grabbed a medal at the National Cross-Country Championships on Saturday.

Coopers Coborn will send six of their teams to the National Trio Gymnastics Finals later this month after a dominant display at the East Region event at Mark Hall School in Harlow.

Coopers Coborn pupils landed a treble at the Essex Cross-Country Championships at Stubbers.

Ten Harold Wood Running Club members took part in the Raphael’s parkrun this week with two of them obtaining personal best times.

The sky is the limit for Havering Sports Council’s junior competitor of the year Max Law – according to volunteer of the year Sam Harrison, his coach.

Havering’s Lydia Hallam led from gun to tape to win 1,500m gold at the BUCS Championships in Sheffield on Sunday.

Harold Wood Running Club members enjoyed a successful weekend as many achieved personal best times.

Harold Wood Running Club had five personal best’s this week at Raphael’s parkrun with

Great Britain athlete Serita Solomon and London Lions basketball star Joseph Ikhinmwin paid Rush Green Primary School a special visit to help inspire youngsters to get active.

Upminster Golf Club will host Sports Awards Presentation Buffent Evening on Monday February 19

Brentwood School triple jumper Nicole Harvey, hopped, skipped and jumped her way to a silver medal at the Essex County Indoor Championships last weekend.

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