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Left to right: Gareth Davies, Max Hanson, Joe Northover, head coach Paul Doyle, Renat Samur, Alex Vonckx, Max Green

Haringey Aquatics teenager Renat Samur recorded a double as the club collected a total of five gold medals at the ASA Middlesex Age Group Championships.

Matt Botha scored Hampstead & Westminster's goal. Pic: Mark Clews

Hampstead & Westminster’s men returned from the winter break with a 3-1 home defeat against basement boys Canterbury, leaving them one point outside the bottom two in the Premier Division.

Left to right: Amir Castronovo, Gabriele Giovannoni, Alexis Lambropoulos, Ella McEver, Marlie Rittenhouse, Julia Murphy and Ally Dill

Eleven-year-old rising star Brandon Biss led the way as Camden Swiss Cottage picked up 68 medals over three weekends of racing in the County Championships.

Highgate Harriers' Oran Gallagher was fourth in the boys' Under-13 race. Pic: Dieter Perry

Highgate Harriers’ Under-11 boys romped to victory in round four of the North West London Young Athletes League at the Bannister Stadium on Saturday.

Shaun Dixon in action for Highgate Harriers. Pic: Dieter Perry

Shaun Dixon and Ben Noad helped Highgate Harriers to repeat their 2012 success with victory in the South of England Championships on Saturday.

Tin-Tin Ho

Paddington’s Tin-Tin Ho has been named in England’s squad for the World Team Championships in Kuala Lumpur next month.

Hampstead Triathlon Club enjoyed a hugely successful 2015

Hampstead Triathlon Club head coach Daniel Bingham is targeting another memorable year after the club was named as the best in the United Kingdom in 2015.

Highgate Harriers' Svenja Abel

aHighgate Harriers’ Svenja Abel continued her resurgence with a comfortable victory in the senior women’s race at the Middlesex Championships on Saturday.

Shaun Murphy shows off the 2015 Masters trophy. Pic: World Snooker

Shaun Murphy is anticipating a very special moment when he returns to Alexandra Palace this weekend as the reigning Dafabet Masters Snooker champion.

Solomon Smith (left) scores his first goal for Haringey against Invicta Mustangs

London Haringey Racers began the new year in style, scoring 20 goals to win two league games in two days and move up to third place in NIHL South Two East.

Left to right: Temple Fortune's Alex Kolesnikow and Ekow Carboo lined up against Jamie Murray and Alan McDonald

Two coaches from Temple Fortune Tennis Club faced Great Britain’s Davis Cup winner Jamie Murray in the final of a tournament at the weekend.

Gary Anderson celebrates during last year's tournament. Pic: PA

Gary Anderson is eagerly anticipating his return to Alexandra Palace to begin the defence of his PDC World Championship title tonight (Thursday).

Haringey Racers captain Alastair Band (right) in action in the victory over Bristol. Pic: Steve Hawkins

Josh Abbott and Daniel Clayton both hit hat-tricks as Haringey Racers overcame Bristol 7-5 to go top of their NIHL Challenge Cup South group.

Haringey Aquatics' undefeated boys' Under-13 relay team: Max Hanson, Alex Vonckx, Shakil Giordani and Renat Samur

Haringey Aquatics’ Under-13 boys relay team took pride of place in the London Region Arena League, winning every race in which they competed over three months.

James Slade came third in the 200m individual medley race

Camden Swiss Cottage secured a seventh-place finish in the 2015 National Arena Swimming League after contesting the London Premier Division final at the weekend.

Dereck Chisora (left) defeated Jakov Gospic at the O2 Arena on Saturday. Pic: Philip Sharkey/TGSPHOTO

Hampstead heavyweight Dereck Chisora says he has no plans to fight Anthony Joshua at the moment because he has big fights lined up in Germany at the start of 2016.

Tin-Tin Ho

Paddington’s Tin-Tin Ho and her partner Maria Tsaptsinos lost out to the eventual silver medallists in the doubles quarter-finals at the World Junior Championships.

ZFW Fencing Club's three-time Olympian Richard Kruse

There was national success for ZFW Fencing Club, who are based at South Hampstead High School, as their top trio won the men’s foil team event at the British Championship.

Svenja Abel has won more Metropolitan League races than any other woman. Pic: Dieter Perry

Svenja Abel snatched triumph from the jaws of disaster at the weekend as she made history for Highgate Harriers at Wormwood Scrubs in the Metropolitan League.

Hampstead & Westminster Ladies captain Annebeth Wijtenburg. Pic: Mark Clews

Hampstead & Westminster Ladies are taking the Women’s Conference East by storm after their promotion in the summer, going into the winter break in second place.

Tin-Tin Ho

Paddington’s Tin-Tin Ho is back from injury and ready to compete for England on the world stage once more.

James Ward (second from left) poses with Great Britain's victorious Davis Cup squad and Prime Minister David Cameron outside No10 Downing Street

Camden’s James Ward was at Downing Street today (Tuesday) as Prime Minister David Cameron congratulated Great Britain’s Davis Cup squad on their historic triumph.

Highgate Harriers' Andrew Collins. Pic: Dieter Perry

Highgate Harriers’ boys’ team completed a double success in the North West London Young Athletes League on Sunday at a muddy Trent Park.

Chris Rainsford (left) in action on the road for Highgate Harriers. Pic: Dieter Perry

Highgate Harriers were crowned national champions on Sunday as the prestigious UK 10k road race championships were held as part of the 30th anniversary of the Age UK Leeds Abbey Dash.

Great Britain's James Ward (far right) with Great Britain captain Leon Smith, Jamie Murray and Andy Murray

Great Britain stand on the verge of history in the Davis Cup as they prepare for this weekend’s final, bidding to win the crown for the first time in 79 years.

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