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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

Settling in: Angus Groom, far right, is getting used to international rowing success

Rowing: Ex-Walton man Groom savours World Cup win

In good form: Oxshott cyclist Elliott Porter claimed the King of the Mountains jersey at Stage One of the An Post Ras last month

Cycling: Oxshott's Porter has a plan for Beaumont Trophy

Hopeful: Richmond Gymnastics Association's Team GB senior women's acrobatic gymnastics trio in Baku

European Games: Richmond trio ready to claim gymnastics medals

On the up: Former British Touring Car Championship driver Tom Onslow-Cole is enjoying life on the podium this season

MOTORSPORT: Le Mans win is dream come true for Onslow-Cole

Winner: Tony Chaplin, with his son Danny, made a winning return to the Queensbury Boxing League last weekend

Boxing: Chaplin is back in the Queensbury League with a bang

Need more speed: Twickenham’s Simon Low in action at Cadwell Park last week, where he secured three top 10 class finishes 	Picture: Colin Port

Motorsport: Low starts riding high

Improving: James Gall

Hockey: Surbiton's Gall is on the mend

Ever hopeful: Tom Onslow-Cole will feature in a support race at this weekend's Le Mans 24 Hour meeting

Motorsport: Le Mans support is closer to real thing for Onslow-Close

Back in the ring and raring to go: Carshalton boxer Tony Chaplin, right, faces Kieran Wallis in the Queensbury Boxing League this weekend

Boxing: Chaplin’s back and pumped for the Queensbury Boxing League

The leading man: Tom Onslow-Cole cannot get enough of life at the front

MOTORSPORT: Onslow-Cole getting used to life on the podium in 2015

Gold rush: Champions Yasmine Hamerlaine, Sophie Johnson, James Adams and Sophie Fussell

Swimming: Double gold for Teddington sprint queen Johnson

Stacked: Charlie Edwards was in fine physical shape for his last fight against Brett Fidoe  Pictures: Russell Pritchard

Boxing: Edwards targets Norman's English title

On the mend: Former Surbiton star James Gall

Hockey: Injured England U21 star Gall progressing well

More of the same: Charlie Edwards is going for a third consecutive pro win

Boxing: Edwards’ six appeal

Not considering defeat: Carshalton boxer Ricky Boylan

Boxing: Defeat is unthinkable for Boylan

And they're off: More than 1,000 athletes took on Saturday's Bushy Park parkrun - one of whom was Team GB Olympian and bride-to-be Julia Bleasdale

Olympian Bleasdale is no runaway bride after wedding day Bushy Park win

Getting used to this: Kingston & Polytechnic Harrier Pippa Earley stands at the top of the podium with her U15 girls' 75m hurdles gold

ATHLETICS: Surrey records tumble to Kingston's Earley

Sprint finish: Walton’s Fiona De Mauny (26) streaks home for senior women’s 800m gold at Kingsmeadow on Saturday. De Mauny also claimed 1,500m and 3,000m silver

ATHLETICS: Golds galore for Walton and the Mace siblings

Step-by-step: Kingston's Danny Parsons, right, is not making wild claims about his potential

Boxing: Kingston's Parsons keeping it real over his ambitions

Coming up short: Surbiton’s Sarah Haycroft lifted the WHL Premier League title last season and scored her first international goal against Japan in December

HOCKEY: Championship title and first international strike not enough for Surbiton's Haycroft

Debut (from left): Teddington Swimming Club's Anna Smail, Ed Sinclair and  Sophie Fussell in Italy

SWIMMING: International debuts are great stepping stones for Teddington's Fussell and Smail

Still the number one: Craig Gardner celebrates his unanimous points win in the Queensbury Boxing League last weekend

Boxing: Gardner comes through a scare to retain Queensbury Boxing League title

Ready: Bradley Skeete wants another shot at the British welterweight title

Boxing: Skeete shows his "super" side to blow Zamora away

Champion: Joshua Buatsi, right, enjoys that winning feeling at the English Boxing Elite Championships in Liverpool

Boxing: Champ Buatsi faces a final examination of a different sort

Star in the making: Teddington's Yasmine Hamerlaine

Swimming: Hamerlaine stars for Teddington at regional championships

Ona roll: St George's Hill Squash Club's Joe Lee, right, during his 3-2 win over James Earles

Squash: St George's land final berth without the need for Spanish ace

Unstoppable: Gareth Gardner, right, in Queensbury Boxing League action

Boxing: Gardner's Queensbury Boxing League warning for Miller

Lone goal: Surbiton’s Will Calnan gave his side a short-lived fifth minute lead at the Queen Elizabeth Park on Saturday as Surbiton’s men finished this term without winning a trophy 	Picture: Tim Reder

HOCKEY: Absentees cost Surbiton dear in cup final defeat

Big ideas: Walton squash pro Tom Richards

Squash: St George's out to break Premier Squash League duck

Setting in: Chris Gane tees off at the BMW PGA Championships media launch at Wentworth this week

Golf: Silvermere pro Gane set to rub shoulders with McIlroy at Wentworth

Stitch that: Sunny Edwards gets a connection against Joe Maphosa

Boxing: Future's looking bright for six times champion Sunny Edwards

Familiar feeling: Surbiton Ladies lap up the atmosphere after lifting the Women's Cup at the weekend   Picture: Peter Savage/HockeyImages.co.uk

HOCKEY: Surbiton must enjoy campaign of a life time

Ready: Billy Allington makes his Queensbury Boxing League debut on May 9

Boxing: Allington stays closer to home for next challenge

Stitch that: James Hamilton, right, lays into Tomas Eirocius during his victorious Queensbury Boxing League debut in February

Boxing: Hamilton promises fans a heroic homecoming

Good experience: Teddington swimmers Thalia Poaros, Sophie Fussell and Anna Smail

SWIMMING: Teddington trio will gain from British championship experience

Digging deep: World men's four champion Moe Sbihi, second from left

ROWING: Surbiton's Sbihi steps up as going gets tough at Team GB trials

Invincibles: Surbiton Ladies captain Sarah Haycroft lifts the Women’s Hockey League championship trophy after Sunday’s 2-1 win over Canterbury Picture: Rave Ghowry

HOCKEY: Surbiton set sights on a treble in 2016 after second successive title triumph

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