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Round-up

And they're off: More than 500 athletes took on Sunday's Elmbridge 10K

Athletics: Maud makes huge strides to win Elmbridge 10K in record time

Prepared: Anthony Anderson in Kingston Wheelers colours at the London Youth Games

Cycling: Kingston Wheeler Anderson ready for Ride London Youth Grand Prix

Heavy load (from left): Teddington’s swimmers Nicole Brenner, Brandon Sayers, Daniel Edmiston, Joe Knill-Jones, Anna Hunt and Emma Green with their metal work

Swimming: Teddington swim stars dominate at London regionals

Busy day in the water (from left to right): Teddington Swimming Club’s Emma Green, Nicole Brenner, Thalia Poraos, Freya Shaw and Suki Griffiths pose for a picture after success at the London Region Open Water Swimming Championships

Swimming: National stage beckons for Teddington's stars

Twiddling thumbs: Leatherhead amateur Ben Taylor will have to wait until mid-afternoon to make his British Open entrance at St Andrews

Golf: Morrison and Taylor made to wait for Open starts

Top of the tree: Kingston's Pippa Earley, centre, was in gold medal winning form again on Sunday

Athletics: Earley claims English Schools' title

getting used to it: Team GB's men's eight claimed gold at the last World Cup regatta in Italy, prior to Sunday's triumph

Rowing: Team GB's men's eight triumph but it was not easy

Highlight: Royal Mid Surrey member Gregor McQuattie, left, and club professional Matthew Paget celebrate one of their four birdies at Walton Heath Golf Club on Wednesday

PICTURE GALLERY: Richmond pair fall short of Lombard Trophy dream

Good effort: Richmond battled to a share of seventh in the netball

LONDON YOUTH GAMES: Richmond's London pride

Sitting it out: Former Walton Rowing Club man Angus Groom, far left and his GB men's quad are not in action in Switzerland this weekend

Rowing: Team GB men's eight to face off with German's again

LEading lady: Kingston's Pippa Wingate

Athletics: Kingston win to set up title shot on final day

Double winner: Twickenham-based Charlie Grice, in Brighton Phoenix colours, crosses the line first to take the British men's 1,500m title in Birmingham on Saturday

Athletics: Twickenham middle distance ace proves quality with second British title

Carrying the torch: British women's 100m record holder Dina Asher-SMith, left, and rugby World Cup winner Maggie Alphonsi light the London Youth Games flame last week

LONDON YOUTH GAMES: Kingston in eleventh heaven after best showing in a decade

Oarsome: John Collins and Jonny Walton showed why they are Team GB's first choice double scullers with a win at Henley

Rowing: Twickenham's Collins claims fourth Henley win

Decorated: Teddington’s Anna Smail, Teo Bainbridge and Sophie Fussell

Swimming: Teddington trio shine in SUnderland

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

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

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

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

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

Swimming: Double gold for Teddington sprint queen Johnson

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

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

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

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

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

Teams such as Croydon Roller Derby used the old Monks Hill Sports Centre

Monks Hill Sports Centre is back in business and open for public use

World hopeful: Teddington Swimming Club's Tom Baxter

Swimming: Can you help Teddington's Baxter realise World Championship dream?

Downhill fast: Alice Macaulay in action in Tignes last week

WINTER SPORT: Thames Ditton's Macaulay aiming to balance slope style with uni life

And they're off: More than 300 athletes took on the Croydon Half Marathon on Sunday

PICTURE GALLERY: Gaiduc cleans up at Croydon Half Marathon

Triumphant: Newland House's netball team

Youth Games: Richmond top the table after triple gold haul

On the water front: Olympic bronze medalist Will Satch, right, was in action for Leander Rowing Club in Kingston on Saturday

Rowing: Olympians dominate Kingston Head of the River races

Race ace: Kingston's Darcie Mead on her way to the British senior and U21 Super-G crown in France on Monday

WINTER SPORT: Kingston's Mead claims British Super-G double in Tignes

Champion stuff: Phoebe Law pictured winning the British Cross Challenge series finale in Birmingham earlier this month, an effort that had booked her a place on the plane to China

Athletics: Law pulls out of World Champs, but will bounce back in the summer

Champion: Kingston's Darcie Mead, right, won two English championship titles in February

WINTER SPORT: Mead is one to watch at British champs, says Alcott

Champion stuff: Eden Hartley and Ellie Bennett celebrate with their medals

SWIMMING: Records fall at RIchmond swimming gala

Silver lining: Kingston & Polytechnic Harrier Pippa Earley, left, collects her pentathlon silver medal

ATHLETICS: Pippa Earley takes pentathlon silver in Sheffield

Romping home: Kingston & Polytechnic Harrier Phoebe Law wins the women's U20 race in Birmingham on Saturday and collected £600 in prize money   Picture: British Athletics

ATHLETICS: Kingston's Law amazed at securing World Junior Cross Country spot

Change of tact: Teddington’s Kieran Leinster, left, wants six more fights before turning fully professional

BOXING: Teddington's Leinster wants six of the best - starting at York Hall

Winners again: Teddington swimmers celebrate with the Bracknell Masters Open trophy

SWIMMING: Teddington masters triumph in Bracknell again

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