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All the news as it happens from the Commonwealth Games
13:11, 26 NOV 2014
Hat-trick for west London's as three local hopefuls announced for Commonwealth Games
West London treble when the Commonwealth Games judo team for England was announced this morning.
Hammersmith's Maughan called up for Commonwealth Games
Teenager part of England's 39-strong swimming squad for Glasgow
Ouseph forced to settle for silver in Russia
Hounslow badminton star beaten in INTERSPORT European Championships final
Hounslow shooter bags Commonwealth Games place
Sheree Cox will look to better her Delhi 2010 showing in Glasgow this summer
The Commonwealth flag is now flying over West London town halls after a worldwide celebration
The event is thought to be the single largest raising of the Commonwealth flag in history
Video: Uxbridge College iron-pumper has sights on Olympics
Nam Ahmadi, who has smashed several weightlifting records, is due to spend a fortnight at the Team GB development camp in March
Heroes from the Hillingdon world of sport are honoured
Sporting Achievement Awards recognise performers, administrators and volunteers
GB coach threatens to quit weightlifting
West London based Panjavi feels let down by sporting and local authorities
Mkoloma brings the curtain down on club he started
NORTH Kensington FC are no more.
Team GB star Turner continues build-up to World Championships
HARROW Athletic Club’s Laura Turner continued her build up to the trials for the World Championships by winning the South of England title at Watford on Saturday, writes Tony Bush.
Harrow sprinter leads pupils in exercise
CHILDREN worked up a sweat with a leading athlete before hearing about her day-to-day life.
Sports book review: This is Me, by Ian Thorpe
A startlingly honest autobiography
Trade was good in Hammersmith despite summer of sport distraction
EACH year shops face a struggle when the summer arrives as the three month period of June, July and August tends to be a notoriously quiet time for the high street.
Warbo's Word: Olympics day eight
THE Mo show in the 10,000m was awesome – but the Isleworth man has done this a few times over the last year.
From swimming on a family holiday to Olympic bronze
SHE was to become an Olympic medallist just eight years later, but when Margaret Edwards first tried to join a swimming club as a nine-year-old in 1948 she was turned away.
The athlete who made David Coleman forget himself
“AND who cares who’s third – it doesn’t matter,” screamed a delirious David Coleman as Great Britain claimed its solitary athletics gold in the 1968 Olympics.
How DeGale ripped up the form book to win Olympic gold
SO HOW was it than the 80-1 outsider won the 2008 Olympic middleweight gold medal?
Hounslow swimmer victim of 'plastic Brits' Olympic row
A HOUNSLOW swimmer has become the latest victim of the 'plastic Brits' row which has tainted Team GB's run up to the London Olympics.
Great and good recognised in New Year Honours
The New Years Honours once again threw up some worthy recipients in Hammersmith and Fulham.
Shiamak captivates audiences wherever he performs
IF FAME, money and credibility have taught Shiamak Davar anything, it is that there is always a way to achieve your goals.
Olympic greats head to Willesden
OLYMPIC legends Lord Sebastian Coe, Michael Johnson and Sir Steve Redgrave hit the track at Willesden Sports Centre on Monday.
Netball ace targets World Championships
ENGLAND netball ace Rachel Dunn insists her Commonwealth Games bronze medal will count for nothing if she doesn’t back it up by securing her World Championship berth this summer.
Harrow athlete Laura Turner races to Commonwealth gold
Harrow has a Commonwealth Games gold medallist in sprinter Laura Turner.
Teaching assistant narrowly misses out on medal
CHILDREN were glued to their television screens to watch one of their teaching assistants narrowly miss out on a medal at the Commonwealth Games.