January 30 2015 Latest news:
Teenager Michael Bartram tasted victory at the third Suffolk Winter League meeting, hosted recently by Stowmarket Striders at Haughley Park.
An in-form Bartram led home a trio of young runners at the top of the field, so bucking the trend of past seasons when more senior and veteran runners have tended to dominate up front.
It’s taken the US by storm and is heading towards the UK at a rate of knots – footgolf.
In a race that kept spectators on their toes, Chelmsford rider Sean Dunlea won the XRT/Elmy Cycles Ipswich ‘cross after Matt Holmes had looked secure in the lead.
Suffolk golfer Gordon Gibbs will celebrate his 90th birthday today with a remarkable claim to fame – he’s thought to be the oldest single figure handicap golfer in the country.
A Suffolk swimmer braved the grim three degree temperature of the Tooting Bec Lido to be the youngest competitor in this year’s UK Cold Water Swimming Championships.
Suffolk’s Katherine Rednall admitted she had little answer to Laura Thomas after relinquishing her Ladies Indoor World Bowls crown yesterday, at Potters Resort.
Thrilled members of Ipswich Bicycle Club got the chance to be Olympic heroes for the day when they experienced the cycle velodrome in London’s Olympic Park.
Stowmarket’s Katherine Rednall has failed in her attempt to defend her Just Retirement Ladies Indoor World Bowls title, losing one-and-a-half to a half, 14-5, 9-9, to Wales’ Laura Thomas at Potters Resort, Norfolk.