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Tough times: Mitch Gilbert in GP3 Series action in Spa

Motorsport: Gilbert downbeat after disappointment in Spa

In action: Tony Chaplin, right, faces a tough test this weekend

Boxing: Chaplin ready for toughest Queensbury League bout yet

Friends with benefits: Wimbledon have international players who will return with much to offer

Hockey: Wimbledon's international stars will return laden with benefits

Perfect platform: Henry Weir of Wimbledon, England and Great Britiain

Hockey: Wimbledon star aims for European crown ahead of Olympic shot

Busy man: Surbiton's Australian coach Todd Williams has added to his squad in a bid to compete at home and abroad this season

Hockey: Surbiton confirm second overseas signing ahead of new season

Successful day at the office: Sam Bird in action at Donington this week    Pictures: Paul Horton Motorsport Photography

Motorsport: Hersham's Bird in good spirits after first Formula E test

Boxing: Teddington's Leinster ready to erase memory of non-contest

Boxing: Teddington's Leinster ready to erase memory of non-contest

Growing up: Surbiton Hockey Club youngster and Kingston Grammar School student Holly Munro was delighted with a European bronze medal

Hockey: Surbiton's Munro says England U18 Euro bronze is end of an era

Bronze: Surbiton’s Chris Grassick in action against Hampstead & Westminster, Andy Hayward’s former club

Hockey: Hayward will graft at Surbiton

Revenge: Lenny Daws

Boxing: Daws on revenge mission

Failure inspires: Surbiton's Sarah Haycroft has been keen to examine the importance of failure

Hockey: Failure as important as success as Euros loom on road to Rio

Coming on nicely: Twickenham's Charlie Grice is enjoying how his season is progressing

Athletics: Grice pleased with progress for Beijing

And they're off: More than 500 athletes took on Sunday's Elmbridge 10K

Athletics: Maud makes huge strides to win Elmbridge 10K in record time

Prepared: Anthony Anderson in Kingston Wheelers colours at the London Youth Games

Cycling: Kingston Wheeler Anderson ready for Ride London Youth Grand Prix

Heavy load (from left): Teddington’s swimmers Nicole Brenner, Brandon Sayers, Daniel Edmiston, Joe Knill-Jones, Anna Hunt and Emma Green with their metal work

Swimming: Teddington swim stars dominate at London regionals

Triumphant: Charlie Edwards enjoys a winning decision over Juan Hinostroza - next up is Louis Norman and his English flyweight title

Boxing: Edwards get his shot at flyweight English title

Back: Lenny Daws, right, in action in March last year

Boxing: Daws is back and he ain't hanging around

Coming home: Olivia Chilton, left, photographed in England colours during her time at Teddington Hockey Club

Hockey: Chilton set for homecoming with Surbiton

Busy day in the water (from left to right): Teddington Swimming Club’s Emma Green, Nicole Brenner, Thalia Poraos, Freya Shaw and Suki Griffiths pose for a picture after success at the London Region Open Water Swimming Championships

Swimming: National stage beckons for Teddington's stars

Ambitious: Surbiton Hockey Club’s director of hockey Brett Garrard, third from the left, is keen to  challenge in Europe

Hockey: Collins in to beef up Surbiton

Twiddling thumbs: Leatherhead amateur Ben Taylor will have to wait until mid-afternoon to make his British Open entrance at St Andrews

Golf: Morrison and Taylor made to wait for Open starts

Top of the tree: Kingston's Pippa Earley, centre, was in gold medal winning form again on Sunday

Athletics: Earley claims English Schools' title

used to life on the top step: Tom Onlsow-Cole got a thirst for victory in the British Touring Car Championship

Motorsport: Onslow-Cole wants more wins for RAM

getting used to it: Team GB's men's eight claimed gold at the last World Cup regatta in Italy, prior to Sunday's triumph

Rowing: Team GB's men's eight triumph but it was not easy

Feeling fit: Kieran Leinster, left, is in the shape of his life ahead of his ring return at York Hall on July 25

Boxing: Leinster in peak condition for Giles

Highlight: Royal Mid Surrey member Gregor McQuattie, left, and club professional Matthew Paget celebrate one of their four birdies at Walton Heath Golf Club on Wednesday

PICTURE GALLERY: Richmond pair fall short of Lombard Trophy dream

Good effort: Richmond battled to a share of seventh in the netball

LONDON YOUTH GAMES: Richmond's London pride

Waiting game: Kingston’s Danny Parsons

Boxing: Parsons twiddles thumbs

Sitting it out: Former Walton Rowing Club man Angus Groom, far left and his GB men's quad are not in action in Switzerland this weekend

Rowing: Team GB men's eight to face off with German's again

LEading lady: Kingston's Pippa Wingate

Athletics: Kingston win to set up title shot on final day

Double winner: Twickenham-based Charlie Grice, in Brighton Phoenix colours, crosses the line first to take the British men's 1,500m title in Birmingham on Saturday

Athletics: Twickenham middle distance ace proves quality with second British title

Carrying the torch: British women's 100m record holder Dina Asher-SMith, left, and rugby World Cup winner Maggie Alphonsi light the London Youth Games flame last week

LONDON YOUTH GAMES: Kingston in eleventh heaven after best showing in a decade

Tactics: Wimbledon's Henry Weir, centre, listens as head coach Bobby Crutchley issues his instructions       World Sport Pics / Frank Uijlenbroek

Hockey: Brogdon and his Wimbledon pals seal GB's place at World League finals and Rio 2016

Oarsome: John Collins and Jonny Walton showed why they are Team GB's first choice double scullers with a win at Henley

Rowing: Twickenham's Collins claims fourth Henley win

St Andrews bound: Ben Taylor has qualified as one of five amateurs for this month's Open Championship

Golf: Taylor is living the amateur dream after qualifying for the Open Championship

Decorated: Teddington’s Anna Smail, Teo Bainbridge and Sophie Fussell

Swimming: Teddington trio shine in SUnderland

Winner: Alastair Brogdon celebrates what turned out to the winning goal against Pakistan               Picture: Frank Uijlenbroek

Hockey: Wimbledon ace hits the back of the net for England on world stage

Back in the day (from left to right): Surbiton Hockey Club's Sarah Haycroft, Giselle Ansley, Hollie Webb and Georgie Twigg with the EuroHockey silver medals they won in 2013

Hockey: Haycroft's Olympic desire burns brighter after World League snub

On the up: Kingston & Polytechnic Harrier Pippa Earley is getting used to life on the top step of the podium

ATHLETICS: Kingston's Pippa rises Earley to climb rankings

Have some of that: Joe Joyce has qualified for the World Championships in Qatar

Boxing: Cool and calm Joyce wins European gold

Cheers: Sam Bird celebrates his Formula E win in front of his home fans at Battersea Park

Formula E: Home grown Bird soars to victory at Battersea Park, but in controversial circumstances

Thinking big: New Malden racer Tom Onslow-Cole's endurance racing stock is rising fast

Motorsport: Onslow-Cole's Spa ambition

Heading with hope: Teddington Swimming Club’s national championship hopefuls heading to Sheffield in July

Swimming: Teddington overcome rule changes to make national grade

Helpful: Elmbridge's netballers helped their borough to third in the Surrey Youth Games table

SURREY YOUTH GAMES: Future Olympians take centre stage

Golden moment (from left to right): Team GB’s victorious men’s quad Angus Groom, Sam Townsend, Graeme Thomas and Peter Lambert

Rowing: Ex-Walton man Groom hails oar-some World Cup show

One to look out for: Jack Clarke will be part of the Honda Yuasa Racing driver development programme next season

Motorsport: Clarke prepares to mix it with the best in the BTCC business

Easy: Kingston & Polytechnic Harrier Laura Darcey wins her women’s A string 100m hurdles race

Athletics: Law claims English U20s title as Kingston win again

Mad man: One golfer takes on the Fulwell course on his own

Golf: Longest Day Challenge is a hit at Fulwell

Ring time: Joe Joyce is in tip-top form ahead of tomorrow's European Games super-heavyweight boxing semi-final

Boxing: Joyce one step away from European Games final

True colours: Molesey Boat Club legend and 1960 Olympics rowing veteran Dick Knight pictured cheering on Team GB’s men’s four at Barge Walk during the 2012 London Games

Rowing: Molesey's Knight reveals how he paved way for Sbihi and Triggs Hodge

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