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Speedy Cormorants make a splash

Chichester Cormorants Swimming Club are named after the only bird that can swim faster than a fish. The club’s swimmers lived up to the tag at the Swim Out Of Your Skin open meet in Waterlooville, turning in a slippery-quick series of performances.

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Novak Djokovic

Can Eastbourne help Novak Djokovic get back on track in time for Wimbledon?

By Michael Stokoe

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Simona Halep

Eastbourne Tennis: World No.2 Simona Halep adds further strength to women’s draw

World No.2 Simona Halep will make her Devonshire Park debut, accepting a wildcard into the Aegon International Eastbourne, 23 June – July 1.

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Jane Lomax and some of her netballers

Lomax believes Women’s Sport Week can net new success stories

A Sussex lecturer is backing Women’s Sports Week as she looks to inspire a new generation of female coaches.

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Andy Caps - Dave Walter, Antony Bull, Len Mates (presented the Shield and prizes), Dave Fewell, Mark Soper

Bowls: Open fours is ’Andy for the Caps

Southbourne Bowls Club held a very enjoyable invitation open fours tournament organised by Margaret Odell.

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Novak Djokovic

Novak Djokovic confirms for Eastbourne Tennis

Three-time Wimbledon champion Novak Djokovic will take to the grass courts of Devonshire Park for the Aegon International Eastbourne, 23 June-1 July, having accepted a main draw wildcard.

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Novak Djokovic

Eastbourne Tennis: tournament bosses await Novak Djokovic decision

Eastbourne tennis tournament organisers are still awaiting a decision from Novak Djokovic.

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The Chi B team at the SDR / Picture by Maxine Thompson

100-mile challenge taken up by Chicheester athletes

Chichester’s two teams were among the field of 60 teams who tackled one of the most iconic races in the south, the 100-mile South Downs Relay.

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Dan Evans

Injured Evans forced to withdraw from Eastbourne

Dan Evans’ suffered another blow when he was forced to pull out of next week’s Aegon International in Eastbourne.

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Ally Warr hits a home run

Falcons fly to victory - helped by Warr games

Chichester Falcons Softball Club continued their rise though the Solent League with comfortable wins against Portsmouth Zombies and Southsea Sharks.

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The division-one winners

Bognor darts aces find success at the treble

The Bognor Friday Night Summer Darts League divisional trebles knockouts took place at the Newtown Social Club.

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Things are not going so well for this Optimist sailor...

They’re an Optimistic lot at Chichester

Chichester YC’s Optimist Open attracted more than 40 boats with gusts of 15 knots-plus coming from the south-west.

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An action-packed day was enjoyed by all at the Festival of Sport

Sporty youngsters enjoy festival fun at University of Chichester

More than 800 students from schools throughout the south visited the University of Chichester for a Festival of Sport.

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Louis Horsley in action

Horsley brothers look smart in karts

The young Horsley brothers are having an enjoyable season of karting.

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Ben Hanton trains  Ben Hanton Training Gloucester and England wing Charlie Sharples at Elitas

Gym offers golden chance to young athletes

Chichester-based personal training company Elitas Fitness are launching a young athlete scholarship scheme this summer.

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Angelique Kerber

Tennis stars Angelique Kerber and Gael Monfils both set for Eastbourne

World number-one Angelique Kerber and entertaining Frenchman Gael Monfils have both accepted wildcards to Devonshire Park.

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Park Place v Marchfield in the Duke of Sutherland Cup final / Picture by Clive Bennett Photography

Sutherland final is a thriller at Cowdray

A good crowd turned out to watch the fiercely-fought final between Saad Audeh’s Marchfield team and Andrey Borodin’s Park Place which brought the historic Duke of Sutherland Cup to a close.

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Phoebe Pontet goes for glory

Sussex school athletes bid for English championships call-up

There was a healthy turnout from Chichester Runners & AC members at the Sussex schools track and field championships at Crawley.

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Rob Lawrence, pictured in 2012, has now left Chichester RFC / Picture by Kate Shemilt

Blues bid farewell to head coach

Head coach Rob Lawrence has left Chichester Rugby Club – but says the first XV are in great shape to bounce straight back into the National League following relegation to London one south.

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Luke Herbert in action earlier this season

Silverstone success hard-earned by Herbert

Silverstone was the latest circuit to host a round of the Ma5da supercup and the weekend proved to be an eventful one for Chichester’s Luke Herbert.

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