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Tour de Yorkshire: Venues announced for Britain’s top cycling event

The host towns and cities for the 2017 Tour de Yorkshire have been unveiled.

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Boxers hoping to shine on home show

Bridlington boxers will be looking to make home advantage count when the club stages a show at The Spa tomorrow night.

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ROCK ON TOM! -- jockey Tom Queally, rider of Frankel, who leapt back on to racing's big stage with victory at Qipco British Champions Day at Ascot.

The horses, jockeys and trainers who lit up another marvellous Champions Day at Ascot

Champions Days and Champions Weekends in the UK and Ireland are relatively new phenomenons in racing. But as I bask in the afterglow of another radiant success at Ascot on Saturday, it’s hard to imagine how we ever got on without them.

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On the start line for Bridlington Half Marathon. This years winner was Steve Bateson of East Hull Harriers (far left, red vest)

Bateson takes glory at half marathon

Steve Bateson relished the wet conditions as he claimed his first Bridlington Half Marathon title on Sunday.

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100,000 swims at new leisure centre

100,000 swims at new leisure centre

Bosses have been astounded by the popularity of Bridlington’s new leisure centre, which celebrated a landmark last week.

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The start line at last year's half marathon

Hundreds ready to tackle half-marathon

Hundreds of runners will take on the annual Bridlington Half Marathon on Sunday.

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Danny McIntosh is outnumbered as he makes a break

Brid 2nds and 3rds set for Driffield showdowns

Bridlington’s second and third teams step into the limelight this weekend as the first team are without a fixture, having been given the game by Whitby.

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Lottery millions helping to bring world's top cyclists to Yorkshire for 2019 UCI Road World Cycle Championships

Lottery millions for Yorkshire cycling showcase 'will enhance UK as world leading host'

Millions of pounds of National Lottery funding for the 2019 UCI Road World Cycle Championships will help Yorkshire enhance the UK's reputation as a world leading host, says the head of UK Sport.
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Gary Stevens scores a try for Bridlington against Hullensians

Brid hit back to sink rivals Hullensians

Bridlington moved four points clear at the top of Yorkshire Division One after their sixth straight win.

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Mark Cavendish (centre) shakes hands with Alberto Contador (left) and Chris Froome at the start of of the first stage of the Tour de France in in Leeds. Picture: Bruce Rollinson

Yorkshire awaits UCI decision over hosting cycling World Championships

Yorkshire is confident of being named host of the 2019 UCI Road World Championships on Wednesday.

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WHO'S THE DADDY? -- Jim Crowley, pictured relaxing with his three children, Bella, 7, Alice, 9, and Sam, 3, will be crowned champion jockey for the first time at Ascot on Saturday.

Race-by-race guide to Qipco British Champions Day at Ascot

It scarcely seems credible that more than six months have passed since it all began. Since THE LAST LION bolted up in the Betway Brocklesby. Since SECRET BRIEF ploughed his way through the Doncaster mud in the Betway Lincoln.

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Bridlington Ladies 2nds

Bridlington 2nds end visitors’ unbeaten start

Bridlington 2nds picked up their second win in three games at the start of the Yorkshire League Division Five East campaign, with a 2-0 home win over Appleby Frodingham.

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Mike Hall

Road Runners take on Yorkshire Marathon

Several Bridlington Road Runners members took part in the Yorkshire Marathon on Sunday, which starts in York city centre and takes in all the sites and attractions.

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FITTING TRIBUTE -- the Tom O'Ryan Champion Apprentice Trophy, which will be presented on Qipco Champions Day at Ascot on Saturday, October 15.

New champion apprentice trophy named after ‘great racing man’ Tom O’Ryan

This year’s champion apprentice jockey will receive a trophy newly named after racing personality Tom O’Ryan, whose death in August sent shockwaves through the sport.

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Charlie Kilburn in Millau

Flying the flag for Brid in twin town

Bridlington was represented for the first time in the 45-year history of a 100km race in its French twin town Millau.

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MOORE THE MERRIER -- Ryan Moore (the jockey, not the golfer!), who steered Found to victory in Sundays Qatar Prix de lArc de Triomphe at Chantilly.

Trainer Aidan O’Brien’s 1-2-3 in the Arc is one of racing’s greatest feats

Well, what a Sunday that was if you’re name happens to be Ryan Moore. Bagging the crucial point that regained the Ryder Cup for the USA and riding the winner of the Qatar Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe. Not a bad day’s work, by anybody’s standards.

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Dean Harrison

Thousands flock to Oliver's Mount as Harrison dominates Gold Cup

Thousands of bike fans from flocked to Oliver’s Mount at the weekend for 66th Scarborough Gold Cup and they were treated to some top class racing.

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Brid Road Runners at Sutton

Still time for runners to enter Bridlington Half Marathon

Entries are coming in thick and fast for the annual Bridlington Half Marathon, which will be held on Sunday October 16 this year.

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Alex Belt

Belt looking ahead to spanish school trip

He was not quite top of the class, but Bridlington’s Alex Belt did more than enough to qualify for the next stage of the European Tour Qualifying School.

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