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18:24, 18 OCT 2016
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Olympic Parade London: Thousands turn out to welcome Team GB at Trafalgar Square
Trafalgar Square came alive today as Olympians arrived to greet a crowd of thousands
Olympic Games 2016: What are the best sporting moments of all time?
Former Welsh Sprinter, Iwan Thomas gives us a fast and furious run-down of some of our most loved sporting memories of all time
Ickenham pupils picked to meet Olympics champion Jessica Ennis-Hill
A group from Vyners School will travel to Sheffield to meet Ennis-Hill, who won gold at the 2012 Olympics, and other star athletes as part of the Living with Sport schools scheme
Barnhill Community High School
Kirby sprints to gold at Games
Kirby’s first School Games appearance was also his last as the teenager will be too old to compete next year
Injury forces Hammersmith hopeful out of World Athletics Championships
ASHLEY Bryant conceded a narrow defeat in his race against time after he was forced to pull out of the decathlon on the opening weekend of the World Athletics Championships.
Hammersmith cancer survivor is to run for funds
A BREAST cancer survivor who battled the disease for nearly eight years is to run the Race for Life and is looking for sponsorship.
Eastcote paralympian Andrew Lapthorne attacked by football fans
AN Eastcote paralympian is lucky to have escaped serious injury after being attacked following after being attacked by football fans following Brentford's draw with Sheffield United on Tuesday night (16).
Meeting the Queen 'such an honour' for head teacher made a dame
BEING addressed as Dame Sally Coates by pupils is still taking some getting used to for the Burlington Danes headteacher.
More best sports books of the year
As we complete the second half of our sports book review of 2012, however, honourable mentions are due to three Olympians whose autobiographies were far from bland, money-making opportunities.
Jessica Ennis's autobiography now out
Over the years, British sport has been blessed with many truly great days and nights, occasions when the outstanding nature of an individual or team achievement has succeeded in lifting national spirit.
On the Couch: Promoting sport can keep kids out of gangs
Twickenham-based counsellor and psychotherapist Johanna Sartori is our regular columnist. You can contact her at www.johannasartori.co.uk
Andy Slaughter MP: Olympics give the lie to Mr Burley's Britain
Andy Slaughter, Labour MP for Hammersmith, provides our latest political column.
NOTE TO SELF: Inspirational role models for all our children
I really didn’t want to write about it again, but I couldn’t help myself and I promise that this will be my last musings on the Olympics.
Mini-marathon runners rewarded with tickets to Jessica Ennis event
FORTY young athletes from Hammersmith and Fulham struck it lucky when they were given tickets to see Gold medal heptathlete Jessica Ennis compete in the Olympic Stadium.
Cllr David Millican: The true Olympic legacy
The Olympic spirit stirs huge emotions in us.
Giant image in Isleworth park will welcome UK's Olympic visitors
A GIANT image of world champion heptathlete Jessica Ennis will welcome millions of visitors flying into Heathrow alongside the words "Welcome to our turf."
My Trade: A fitness instructor for body and soul
BEING a fitness instructor isn’t all about toiling in the gym but a fantastic chance to see people transform their lives for the better.
Athletics: Standing with giants
IT'S NOT every day you get to stand shoulder to shoulder with athletics world champions Phillips Idowu and Jessica Ennis.
Marilyn-Leona leaps further into prominence
A BRILLIANT triple victory by Harrow Athletic Club's Marilyn-Leona Nwawulor was the highlight of the third round of the National Junior League Southern Premier Division at Bromley on Sunday, writes Tony Bush.
Athletics: World trials mixed fare
ADAM Bowden smashed the Harrow Athletic Club 10,000m record at the Aviva World Championship Trials in Birmingham on Sunday.
Kelly's eye proves spot on
In the latest of our monthly series on Hillingdon's finest sportsmen and women of yesteryear, DON TAYLOR talks to track judge Laurie Kelly.