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Aylesbury boxer Hunzla represents England

A young boxer from Aylesbury, Hunzla Humzah, has been honoured with a call-up to represent England after boxing in the semi-finals of the National Junior Championships.

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Pitstone man to take part in marathon for The National Brain Appeal charity

Pitstone man to take part in marathon for The National Brain Appeal charity

James Westcott is running to raise money for research into the rare form of dementia that killed his father
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The Mandeville School held a 24 hour bounceathon in aid of Comic Relief - pictured on the trampoline is Sydney Lewis

PICTURE SPECIAL: Mandeville schoolgirls bounce around for 24 hours in aid of Comic Relief

Girls from Mandeville School have been raising money for Comic Relief - in an enjoyable and energetic way.

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Teenage girls taking part in the kick start event

'Girls Active' programme aims to get girls into sport

Fifteen schools across Buckinghamshire are putting teenage girls at the centre of shaping PE lessons in a bid to increase their activity levels.

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Aylesbury Squash Club hosted a weekend of squash

Two of the world’s top squash players come to Aylesbury for festival

An exhibition match between two international squash players was the highlight of a great weekend at the Aylesbury Squash Club.

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Historic photo of the Stoke Mandeville Games

Genesis of the Paralympics games to be conserved after £200k grant from the Wellcome Trust

Historic archives and artefacts dating back to the very origins of the Paralympic movement will be catalogued and conserved by the Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies, it was revealed today.
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Buckingham nearing their best form ahead of title showdown

Buckingham nearing their best form ahead of title showdown

Buckingham head coach Zak Jones believes his side are nearing their best form at just the right time as they remain hot on the heels of this weekend’s opponents, Conference West leaders Stourport, ahead of the final four games of the campaign.

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Free pint? On yer bike...

Fancy a free pint? On yer bike!

Malt The Brewery has announced it will offer a free pint for every adult rider who completes the Chiltern Samaritans Cycle fundraiser on Saturday 1 July.

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Could you help raise funds for people with a terminal illness?

Everyone Active celebrates 30th nationwide Swimathon by encouraging people to swim for Marie Curie

Keen swimmer? Could you help Marie Curie raise funds for people with terminal illnesses? Read on....

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Pam Relph

Aylesbury’s history-maker Pam calls it a day

Aylesbury’s double Paralympic rowing champion Pamela Relph has announced her retirement.

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Sarah Glasgow has been selected to represent Great Britain

Skiier Sarah selected to represent team GB in Italy

Aylesbury Vale skier Sarah Glasgow has been selected to represent Great Britain at the ‘35th Pinnochio’ international children’s races in Abetone in Italy.

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Riders taking part in a previous edition of the Chiltern 100 Sportive

Cycling events merge for day-long festival of riding

Entries are now open for the first edition of the Chiltern 100 Cycling Festival - which sees two popular cycle events merging together for what promises to be a spectacular day of riding.

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Gawcott Solar Farm

Sports Club in Buckingham? Gawcott Fields Community Solar wants to help you!

Gawcott Fields Community Solar CIC will be launching a community grant fund in 2017, with the theme for the first year being local sports.

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Olympic Heroes came to Aqua Vale's open day

Olympians come to Aqua Vale open day

Olympic swimmers Steve Parry and Rebecca Adlington made sure that Aqua Vale’s open day went swimmingly this weekend.

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A team of runners having completed the Boxing Day road race

Aylesbury awash with runners for Boxing Day road race

More than 230 runners took part in the 57th running of Aylesbury’s popular 5km Boxing Day road race.

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Max Whitlock

Double Olympic Gold Medallist Visit to Aylesbury's Sir Henry Floyd Grammar School

Double Rio 2016 gold medallist Max Whitlock took time out of his busy training schedule to visit students at Sir Henry Floyd Grammar School on Friday 9th December.

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A team from Waddesdon School take the leap into sporting competition at the Bucks School Games PNL-161214-164339001

Teenagers in Bucks the ‘most active’ in the country

A study by Sport England has revealed that teenagers in Buckinghamshire are the most active in their age group in the country.

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