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Tuesday, September 15, 2020

Wood Green youngster Brandon Abraham unfortunately crashed out in the latest race at Silverstone.

Londoner and two-time Commonwealth Games bronze medallist Ali Jawad has revealed how his formative school years in north London helped him develop both his education and physical talent to reach the highest levels of powerlifting.

Talented Wood Green teenager Brandon Abraham had everything but the kitchen sink thrown at him but still managed to earn 59 championship points at Donnington on the weekend.

Hampstead & Westminster have announced a host of new signings ahead of the 2020-21 hockey season.

This weekend will see the new Women’s Super League season kick off with Aston Villa taking on Manchester City opening the new 2020-21 campaign on Saturday before the likes of Arsenal, West Ham and Tottenham start the following day.

Hampstead’s Harriet Dart got ‘stuffed’ by Emma Raducanu but denied accusations of creating tension between the pair in their UK Pro Classic semi-final.

Former Finchley and Islington BC fighter Shannon Courtenay says she is ready to justify her hype when she takes on Rachel Ball over eight rounds in a Super-Bantamweight contest at Matchroom Fight Camp this Friday August 14 in Brentwood, Essex, live on Sky Sports in the UK and DAZN in the US.

Wood Green youngster Brandon Abraham was finally back out on the race track after months without action due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.

Harriet Dart is back fighting fit and revelled in getting off to a flyer in her first match at the UK Pro Series in Weybridge.

North London’s Ali Jawad is excited by the prospect of another home multi-sport games.

Highly experienced forward Danny Hughes has agreed terms with Haringey Huskies for the 2020/21 season.

Local amateur boxing clubs in London have had their share of success in the ABA Senior/Elite Championships over the past 70 years or so.

Britain is blessed, at present, in terms of current world heavyweight champions with Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury holding a plethora of titles between them.

As we approach what would have been the 2020 Tokyo Olympics we have on record but three boxers who have won three gold medals at previous Games.

In the history of the modern era Olympic Games, summer and winter, three tournaments have failed to go ahead as casualties of war.

Revolutionary technology is set to transform the world of snooker as the professional sport comes to terms with the after-effects of the coronavirus pandemic.

The match schedule for the men’s and women’s hockey competitions at the delayed 2021 Tokyo Olympics have been revealed.

Everyone is familiar with the phrase “it was a very long time coming” and that was certainly the case with the decision to eventually enable women to box under amateur rules in this country.

Harriet Dart withdrew from the LTA Progress Tour Women’s Championships after failing to shake off a groin injury suffered during preparation, writes Ziad Chaudry.

Haringey Huskies have announced that local lad Ryan Payne is staying with the club for another season ahead of the 2020/21 season. The 29-year-old has come up through the Haringey junior ranks and spent majority of his spent career at Alexandra Palace despite brief spells playing for Lee Valley Lions and the now extinct Romford Fury.

Golf, like most sports, has been affected by the coronavirus pandemic this year.

After a wait of more than six months, Great Britain’s men’s and women’s teams will return to playing international fixtures in October.

Hampstead’s Harriet Dart should have been playing at the 2020 Wimbledon Championships this month, but with it postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic, she has reminisced about the past.

Haringey Sixth Form College Principal Russ Lawrance is delighted to see four students bag scholarships abroad for their impressive efforts on the basketball court.

Boxing is back, after a lockdown lasting longer than expected, with some exciting championship clashes at the BT Studios in east London on Friday.

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