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Saint Edmund Pacers recorded a notable triple at the Sudbury Joggers Friday Five, held in warm and dry conditions from Great Cornard Sports Centre last night.

After an eight kilometre race of attrition at West Suffolk Wheelers' grass track meet, Laurence Lisher (Green Arrow) finally dropped his last two rivals to take the big event of the afternoon - the "8K" being the counting event in the National League.

Athletics correspondent Carl Marston is travelling around the region (and beyond) running in different parkruns. Here he heads to the inaugural Thomas Mills parkrun

In this week's column, Nino Severino shares his pride and admiration for British tennis star Jo Konta, after her fantastic run to the semi-finals of the French Open, and ahead of the Wimbledon Championships.

Tony Garnett takes a look at the local golf scene

More than ten years have passed since she was denied her moment in the spotlight - and Goldie Sayers admits she can't wait to finally receive her Olympic bronze medal, writes Andy Baber.

Defending champions SUDBURY had a fine day in the East Anglian Premier League on Saturday, both in terms of their own match and also the misfortune of others.

With less than 24 hours to go, four champions of the OVO Energy Women's Tour are ready to set Suffolk alight with fierce racing between Beccles and Stowmarket.

Suffolk welcomed another parkrun into the fold this morning, with the inaugural staging of the Thomas Mills parkrun in Framlingham.

Andrew Rooke retained his Framlingham Flyers Friday Five title as a bumper field took on the annual five-mile rural challenge, from Framlingham Sports Club tonight.

In his latest column, Don Topley shares his views on the Cricket World Cup so far...

Ipswich mountain bike rider Dan Howe took his first win of the 2019 Mud, Sweat and Gears Series at the inaugural race at the Thickthorn venue which will host the East Anglian round of the national series at the end of the month.

In his latest column, Nino Severino shares news of the Ipswich-based Hub going national, and helping athletes across the country.

Huge crowds of motorsport fans descended on Blaxhall, near Woodbridge to witness the fourth round of the Maxxis ACU British Motocross Championship on Sunday, writes Rick Blyth

Helen Davies loves eating up the miles, on the roads, but she occasionally addresses her 'hatred' of the track, over the shorter distances.

Tony Gavin has made rapid strides over the last 12 months, and the Felixstowe Road Runner confirmed his big improvement with a notable victory at the Mike Todd Kirton Friday Five, the first race in the Friday Five Series.

The Suffolk quartet of Sudbury, Bury St Edmunds, Mildenhall and Copdock & Old Ipswichian all celebrated notable wins, during the seventh round of matches in the East Anglian Premier League on Saturday, as did title challengers Frinton-on-Sea.

Two of the region's finest fighters both made their case for world title shots with sensational victories at Cage Warriors 105 in Colchester.

Don Topley reflects on a happy World Cup memory as the current World Cup gets underway this week

Matt Day of Ipswich club Orwell Velo won the Diss CC Road race after riding alone off the front for the last hour of the race,

"Mixed martial arts and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu saved my life." When Josh Palmer tells you that, you can't help but sit up and take notice.

The biggest MMA event ever held in this region happens at the Charter Hall in Colchester this Friday. Mark Heath previews the action and tells you everything you need to know about Cage Warriors 105.

All roads lead to Blaxhall next weekend as the Suffolk circuit stages round four of the Maxxis ACU British Motocross Championships this Sunday, June 2.

Sean Carter admits he never dreamed that he'd one day headline a major promotion in his hometown - but now that he is, he fully intends to put on a show.

There was a splendidly tense Hambro Cup second round match in which the holders, Aldeburgh, lost at home to Woodbridge by one hole.

Suffolk's Arnold Allen believes fighting MMA legend Gilbert Melendez in Las Vegas will bring out the best in him - and take his career to the next level.

After casting his eye over England's Cricket World Cup squad yesterday, Don Topley takes a look at the rest of the teams competing to rule the world...

Jim Bradford won the Andrews Trophy Road Race near Chelmsford with fine display of power and tactical nous.

In his latest column, Don Topley runs the rule over England's World Cup squad ahead of the start of the competition next week...

Suffolk athlete Emily Moyes celebrated a notable victory when representing England at the Loughborough International last Sunday.

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