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Sir Chris Hoy
14:05, 22 AUG 2016
Rio 2016: Hounslow hero Mo Farah honoured by knighthood calls as he plans to quit the track after London 2017
The long distance runner was given a CBE after his success four years ago and there have been calls to give Britain’s most successful Olympic athlete a knighthood
Rio Olympics 2016
Brentford forward Lasse Vibe discusses Olympic call, Danish heroes and prospect of facing Neymar
The 29-year-old was one of three over 23 players picked in the squad and he is relishing the chance to be a part of the Games
Angie Bray MP: Scottish referendum is no bad thing (and neither is one on Europe)
After what seems like a lengthy campaign, the referendum on Scottish independence is just weeks away, writes Ealing Central & Acton MP, Angie Bray
West London athletes savour 2014 Commonwealth Games opening ceremony in Glasgow
The Queen declared the 20th Commonwealth Games open at Glasgow's Celtic Park
Bike shop benefits from Olympic boost
HAPPY bike-shop owners have seen a positive increase in sales after Team GB achieved gold-standard success on the Olympic cyclist circuit.
London 2012 Olympics
Ealing teens' delight at meeting Sir Chris Hoy
AN EALING youngster is aspiring to Olympic greatness after meeting cyclist Sir Chris Hoy.
Cyclist from London 1948 still cycles eight miles a day
IT IS a safe bet that the athletes at this summer’s Olympians will be chauffeured around in luxury, living in five-star accommodation and feasting on carefully tailored nutritional diets.
Sir Chris Hoy
Boxer James DeGale puts passion before fashion
James DeGale believes he is tailor-made to become a British and World champion after revealing his desire to become a clothes designer.
Boris promises a 'veritable feast of cycling'
THE streets of Ealing will be car free and cycle friendly as the Mayor of London launches his second year of Sky Ride, in the borough.