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Explosive English MMA prospect Jason Radcliffe won his fifth straight fight inside the first round at Contenders Norwich 16 – and promptly called out everyone in the middleweight division, be it UFC or Bellator.

It is renowned as the hardest belt to achieve in all of a martial arts.

Hundreds of runners crossed the Ipswich Half Marathon finish line in Christchurch Park today – rounding off what became a record-breaking race.

He’s mixed it with some of the best fighters in the UK, and now Jeremy Petley can’t wait to get his hand raised in Norwich this weekend.

It will be a debut Paralympic Games to remember for East Anglian swimmer Ryan Crouch.

Suffolk-trained swimmer Ryan Crouch is through to his first Paralympic final after winning his heat in Rio today.

The captain of a Suffolk golf club claims it will “never be the same again” after owners announced plans to build a “retirement village” on part of the 18-hole course.

Two East Anglian athletes are in action this afternoon at the Rio Paralympics.

England cricketing legends visited west Suffolk yesterday for a game against a combined Bury St Edmunds and Worlington team.

The explosive fighters set to face-off in the main event of Contenders 16 in Norwich have promised to put on a show for mixed martial arts fans in the region.

Suffolk’s Joe Le Maire is one of the best young Thai Boxers in England. For the next year, he’ll be living and fighting in Thailand, the home of the sport, and every month he’ll be writing a diary about his experiences. Here, in his first piece, he talks about settling in to life in Phuket.

When he takes to the roads in a charity bike ride next month, cyclist Danny Driver is expecting to stand out amongst the sea of high tech bicycles and Lycra.

A record number of people took in the annual sailing regatta at Mersea Island.

Britain’s Olympic success might be seen as a hard act to follow – but East Anglian Paralympic swimmer Ryan Crouch says the show has only just begun.

The Olympics may have finished but the Games are not over yet – next month it is the turn of the Paralympics to take over Brazil.

Team GB must build on the success of their most fruitful medal haul since 1908, according to legendary Suffolk Olympian, Bill Tancred.

Great Britain is now a ‘sporting superpower’ at the highest level, according to Suffolk Olympian Bill Tancred.

The effect of Team GB’s incredible success on the hockey field in Rio is already being felt in Suffolk, where the next generation of talent last night began preparing for a new season.

England captain Alastair Cook makes his return to County Championship cricket when he plays for Essex in their vital promotion clash with Leicestershire at Grace Road starting tomorrow (11am).

One of the most explosive young talents in UK MMA today is coming to Norfolk to headline the next Contenders Norwich show.

Essex sailing superstar Saskia Clark has won the gold medal in her final Olympic games.

As Team GB’s gold rush continues, more and more people are getting set to be more involved in sport across Suffolk and Essex.

History has been made at Orwell Park School as the girls say goodbye to rounders, and hello to cricket.

An Olympic gold medal is on the verge of coming to Essex today as Saskia Clark prepares for her final sailing race of the Games.

Ipswich came alive with energy and excitement as thousands of cyclists saddled up for the sixth annual Sky Ride spectacular.

Suffolk has its second Olympic medallist after swimmer Chris Walker-Hebborn claimed silver as part of the Team GB 4x100m individual medley quartet in Rio overnight.

The popular Ipswich Sky Ride returns today, with the family-friendly event set to take in the scenic surroundings of Holywells Park for the first time.

Sports photography is an art in itself, keeping your eye onthe ball while you wait for that perfect shot.

The future of a Suffolk speedway stadium has been secured after it was sold to one of the largest track owners in the country.

Legendary pro-skateboarder Tony Hawk has given his support to plans for a Thurston skate park in memory of tragic air rifle victim Ben Wragge, 13.

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