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Best foot forward!

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Emdad Rahman reviews Where shall we walk today? Walking the Pennine Way, by Dave Marriott. As an avid walker I particularly enjoyed reading Dave Marriott’s excellent book recently. Fifty-two year old Dave grew up in the 1960s in a Derbyshire ...

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Boris patronises the people (again)

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Great Britain Wheelchair Rugby team captain Mike Kerr and team members Kylie Grimes and Mike Brown are pictured with London Mayor Boris Johnson. Mayor Johnson supports the Coalition Government, which has slashed funding and support from school and public sports ...

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Tigers host StreetGames Sports Festival

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London Tigers ran a StreetGames Sports Festival with football tournaments for under-12s, -14s, -16s and -18s as the main event of the day along with basketball and cricket in smaller groups. Over 100 participants and spectators attended the event, with ...

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Sandy Jardine: total footballer

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Emdad Rahman: The first time I came across William Pullar (Sandy) Jardine was when I collected his Panini sticker when I was a youngster. The Scotland icon was a star veteran at Hearts of Midlothian at the time and soon ...

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The Prince of track runners

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On 6th May 1954, Roger Bannister (now Sir Roger Bannister) ran the first four minute mile. In March 2012, Emdad Rahman interviewed Sir Roger. We reprint the interview today to pay tribute to Sir Roger’s achievement, sixty years ago. Emdad ...

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Best foot forward!

penines

Emdad Rahman reviews Where shall we walk today? Walking the Pennine Way, by Dave Marriott. As an avid walker I particularly enjoyed reading Dave Marriott’s excellent book recently. Fifty-two year old Dave grew up in the 1960s in a Derbyshire ...

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