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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.

Zubair Khan, tournament director for the upcoming London Open squash tournament, which will be held at Cumberland Tennis & Squash Club. Pic: Nigel Sutton

The world’s best squash players will square up in Hampstead next week as Cumberland Lawn Tennis Club hosts the annual international London Open.

Matt Botha gave Hampstead & Westminster a late lead, but that was quickly cancelled out. Pic: Mark Clews

Hampstead & Westminster’s men were denied a Premier Division victory over high-flying Holcombe thanks to an injury-time equaliser on Saturday.

Sean Renfer, Highgate Harriers

Sean Renfer and Fergal Smithwick recorded top 10 finishes on home soil to help Highgate Harriers secure third place in the London Cross-country Championships.

Left to right: David Sosnov, Carlo Tarnai and Rocco Fuschillo show off their trophy

ZFW Fencing Club had a successful weekend as a group of their youngsters secured silverware at the Leon Paul Junior Series foil event which was hosted by Newham Swords on Sunday.

Tom Skinner. Pic: Action Images / John Sibley

West Hampstead’s Tom Skinner has been selected to be a ball boy at this year’s ATP World Tour Finals, which will be held at the O2 Arena in London from November 15 to 22.

Alex Jakeman celebrates his winning goal for Hampstead & Wesminster. Pic: Mark Clews

Alex Jakeman scored a last-minute winner as Hampstead & Westminster’s men came from behind to claim their Premier Division victory in four games on Sunday, beating Beeston 2-1.

Highgate Harriers' Shaun Dixon. Pic: Dieter Perry

Shaun Dixon and newcomer Pete Chambers picked up top-six finishes at Stevenage to lift Highgate Harriers to the top of the Metropolitan League table.

Neil Hamilton struck twice in a 5-2 win over Brighton & Hove. Pic: Mark Clews

Hampstead & Westminster’s men suffered a second successive league defeat in the Premier Division – but they bounced back to progress in the National Cup.

Paul Ryb in action. Pic: James Jordan

Highgate’s Paul Ryb is ending 2015 on a high after winning the National Visually Impaired Tennis Championships for the third year in a row – and he is hoping to have the chance to earn international honours for the first time in 2016.

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

Highgate Harriers’ men enjoyed their best ever result in the National Cross-Country Relay Championships on Saturday, finishing second out of a record 149 clubs.

Nuala Muir-Cochrane won a silver medal in the 1500m freestyle in the 50-54 years age category

A small group of masters competitors from Camden Swiss Cottage collected medals of every colour at the ASA National Masters Championships, held at Ponds Forge pool in Sheffield.

Hayley Turner struck twice for Hampstead & Westminster. Pic: Mark Clews

Hayley Turner struck twice as Hampstead Ladies bounced back from three successive defeats to beat Ipswich 5-3 at Paddington Recreation Ground and climb to third in the Conference East.

Highgate Harriers' Sean Renfer (left). Pic: Dieter Perry

A trio of Highgate Harriers runners finished inside the top six to secure two trophies in a single race at Kingsbury.

Hampstead & Westminster captain Toby Roche. Pic: Mark Clews

Captain Toby Roche scored a late equaliser as Hampstead & Westminster’s men twice came from behind to secure a 2-2 draw against reigning champions Wimbledon.

Highgate Harriers' Jon Laybourn. Pic: Dieter Perry

Highgate Harriers underlined their strength in depth as a men’s team missing a number of star performers won the Southern Relay Championships.

Highgate Harriers' triumphant women's team at Claybury Park. Pic: Dieter Perry

Svenja Abel made a remarkable comeback after six years out as she led Highgate Harriers’ women’s team to victory in their opening Metropolitan League race.

Hampstead & Westminster goalkeeper Roxy Gianfrancesco was only beaten once by a Slough side that had scored 20 goals in their previous four games. Pic: Mark Clews

Hampstead & Westminster’s ladies suffered their second successive defeat in the Conference East on Saturday as league leaders Slough maintained their 100 per cent record in their opening five games with a 1-0 home win.

The Camden Swiss Cottage squad

Camden Swiss Cottage’s young swimmers competed in their first Southern Junior Inter League Final on Sunday – and they finished fifth to narrowly miss out on a place in the national final.

The 24 competitors from The Hall and South Hampstead High School pose together after their success at the Hemel Hempstead snow dome

South Hampstead High School and The Hall both took three teams to the Caxton FX 2015 indoor British Independent Schools slalom race at the Hemel Hempstead snow dome.

Highgate Harriers' Andy Maud. Pic: Dieter Perry

Andy Maud stole the show in only his second appearance for Highgate Harriers on Saturday, recording the best time of all the club runners at the National Six Stage Road Relays.

David Cooper (left, on the floor) celebrates his opening goal for Hampstead & Westminster. Pic: Mark Clews

Hampstead & Westminster’s ladies were unable to maintain their perfect start to the season as they suffered their first defeat in the National League – but the men’s team earned a second successive victory in the Premier Division.

Jesse Hopkins shows off his gold medal after winning the Year 6 boys' race at the Camden Cross-Country Championships. Pic: Dieter Perry

Jesse Hopkins had a busy but successful weekend as he starred for both his school, St Paul’s, and his club side Highgate Harriers.

Fleur Horner (right) scored the equaliser for Hampstead & Westminster's ladies. Pic: Mark Clews

Hampstead & Westminster’s first teams both came from behind to win at the weekend, with the ladies maintaining their perfect start to the season and the men securing their first victory.

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