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Video: Full route for 2017 Tour de Yorkshire cycle race

Two Unesco World Heritage sites, four corners of the county and a famous bridge damaged in the floods of last Christmas will all play a role in the third annual Tour de Yorkshire cycle race next April.

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The 2015 Tour de Yorkshire in Bridlington

Tour will bring international publicity to the East Riding

The Tour de Yorkshire will pass Bridlington’s new £25million leisure centre and Burton Agnes Hall for the first time.

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The 2015 Tour de Yorkshire also started in Bridlington

Tour de Yorkshire 2017 to start in Bridlington

The 2017 Tour de Yorkshire will begin in Bridlington.

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HENNESSY HEROES -- Native River, ridden by Richard Johnson and trained by Colin Tizzard, lands the 60th running of the Hennessy Gold Cup at Newbury.

Twelve horses to have caught the eye so far this Jumps season

With his rotund frame, his West Country burr and his farming roots, Colin Tizzard is not the most obvious sporting hero, even though he played cricket at school with Ian Botham.

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Bridlington 66 Keighley 17. Pictures by Paul Atkinson

Superb Stevens shines as Brid see off rivals Keighley

Bridlington maintained their charge towards the Yorkshire One title when they powered to a 66-17 victory against fellow high-flyers Keighley.

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England rugby sevens international Rob Vickerman and Julie West of sponsors West BS with the 2015 winners Steve Tighe and Alex Belt.

Get nominating for our Sports Awards

The Bridlington Sports Awards are back - and entries are open now.

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Doncaster Knights: ‘Just not good enough’ laments coach after defeat to Cornish Pirates

Doncaster Knights: ‘Just not good enough’ laments coach after defeat to Cornish Pirates

Doncaster Knights dropped out of the Championship’s top-four following yesterday’s 35-26 defeat by Cornish Pirates at Castle Park.

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The mayor Cllr Liam Dealtry meets the team

Huge haul of medals for martial arts students

Bridlington students swept the board at the London World Opens martial arts competition.

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Bridlingtons star hockey player Di Levitt, playing for the British and Irish Lionesses Masters against Slovenia

Croatia trip was a great challenge

Di Levitt’s latest exploits on the international hockey scene have seen her play alonsgide former Olympic medallists.

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HENNESSY HERO? -- champion jockey Richard Johnson, who attempts to win the Hennessy Gold Cup for the first time on Saturday aboard the pre-race favourite, Native River.

Hunting for the winner of the Hennessy Gold Cup at Newbury

One of the most alluring appeals of racing is the affinity racegoers and punters can build with their favourite horses.

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Robert Thornton

Thornton returns to take on town’s finest

One of the world’s leading darts players will be taking on Bridlington’s best next month.

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Bridlington Road Runners news

Jordan quickest at weekly Parkrun

A crisp, bright morning greeted members of Bridlington Road Runners at Saturday’s Sewerby Parkrun.

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POIGNANT POPPIES -- Remembrance Sunday turned into a sombre occasion for racegoers at Cheltenham's Open meeting.

Sprinter Sacre and Simonsig add poignancy to racing’s Remembrance Sunday

Remembrance Sunday carried extra poignancy for the racing community and, in particular, for trainer Nicky Henderson at Cheltenham’s Open meeting.

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James Precious

Another Yorkshire title for Precious

Bridlington boxer James Precious had to overcome a familiar face to win the Yorkshire final of the NABGC Championships.

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Josh Taylor

Taylor enjoys his first victory at Parkrun

Bridlington Road Runners’ Josh Taylor defied difficult running conditions on Saturday to claim his first win in the weekly Sewerby Parkrun 5km.

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The AdiZone sports gym is being taken down this week

Knockout blow for our Olympic legacy

A £150,000 sports area, which was supposed to inspire Bridlington people to be more active after the London Olympics, is being pulled down this week.

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FAST FREDDY -- jockey Freddy Tylicki steering home one of his many winners before his career was cruelly cut short by a life-changing accident at Kempton.

Vautour death and Tylicki injury are chilling reminders of racing’s danger

At this time of year, racing is usually in high spirits as it bounces into The Open at Cheltenham, the first major meeting of the Jumps season.

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Acklam 0 Bridlington 52

Tougher tests lie ahead for league leaders

Bridlington head coach Paul Cook feels the next couple of months will be pivotal in proving if his side are title favourites.

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The successful Bridlington Gymnastics club members show off their array of medals at the Hull-based event

Bridlington Gymnastics Club complete clean sweep at Hull

Bridlington Gymnastics Club hit top form in the Yorkshire Invitational competition at Aspire Gymnastics club in Hull.

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Best home boxer of the night Cameron Connelly celebrates getting the verdict over Marco Carnacho of Jorvik ABC

Tough tests for home boxers at Spa show

Bridlington’s young boxers were given a tough examination by their visiting opponents in the latest amateur show to be held at The Spa.
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