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Hockey: Club’s ladies notch a top treble

Not one, not two but three Chichester ladies’ teams enjoyed success in the latest round of hockey matches.

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Mwenya Chisanga getting the better of Jonny Phillips / Photo by Natalie Mayhew - Butterfly Boxing

Chisanga aiming for the boxing big-time

After two years away from professional boxing, Chichester-based Mwenya Chisanga is making his way back as he prepares for his latest professional fight this weekend in Belfast.

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PICTURE SPECIAL: Cross country aces gather at Goodwood

There were record fields in the first fixture of the Sussex Cross Country League at Goodwood with more than 600 of the best athletes in the county competing in the nine-race programme.
More than 1,000 runners took part this year. Photo by Derek Martin Photogrphy. SUS-170810-134925008

Chichester Half Marathon raises record £33,000

A record amount was raised at the Children on the Edge Chichester Half Marathon.

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Martin Leo and Ian Hendry

Selsey golfers have it on a plate... Bognor duo head for sunny climes

The Selsey Golf Club veterans played the last match in their annual competition against Southsea vets for the Millennium Plate.

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The mixed pairs trophy is presented at Little Spain

Wiltshire wilt against West Sussex bowlers - again

West Sussex Premier and A teams were both in action in the inter-county championship – and had contrasting fortunes.

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Itchenor SC in action at the New York YC invitational

Start spreading the news - Itchenor sailors head for New York

Itchenor Sailing Club has spread its sails to gain international recognition on the east coast of America.

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Miles Jenkins helped Chichster to a win at Coolhurst

Chichester keep their Cool for winning squash start

England’s Premier Squash League is back as ten teams aim for the title – and Chichester got off to the perfect start when they visited Coolhurst in north London.

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Puddle Ducks' Swim Academy programme has a child-centred learning style

Free swimming lesson offer

Primary school children in the Chichester area are being offered a free swimming lesson in a bid to boost their water safety skills.

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VIDEO: How the Chi Half Marathon has grown and grown

Five years on from the day the Chichester Half Marathon was revived in a new format, a record number of people on the start line showed how the event has gone from strength to strength.

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Chi Ladies 2017-18 squad / Picture by Kate Shemilt

Chichester bopped by Brighton - but ladies go goal-crazy again

There was a narrow defeat for Chichester’s men - but further wins for the club’s top two ladies’ sides.

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Cross country action last month at Goodwood / Picture by Kate Shemilt


Cross-country action returns to Goodwood Country Park on Saturday (Oct 14) with Chichester Runners hosting the first round of the Sussex Cross Country League.

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Drivers wishing to obtain their National B Race Licence can now undertake the MSA approved NDTC (Novice Driver Training Course) and test at Goodwood Motor Circuit

Drivers can get a racing licence at Goodwood

People wanting to take the first step onto the racing driving ladder can now do so at Goodwood Motor Circuit.

Action from the women's race at Goodwood / Picture by Kate Shemilt

Chichester pick up medals as cross-country season starts in style

Chichester’s cross-country season had a flying start at Goodwood.

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Pam Andrews of Bognor was in winning form / Picture by Kate Shemilt

West Sussex bowlers aren’t sorry in Surrey

West Sussex A’s bowls team continued their campaign in the inter-county championship with a visit to Guildford to take on Surrey – and came away top of the table.

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VIDEO: Story of the Chichester Half Marathon

The Chichester Half Marathon and its associated races saw 900 runners go for glory and we were there to capture the highlights.
Golf is the world's most boring game, according to a recent survey

Golf crowned the world's most boring game, but where do cricket, football and bridge rank?

Golf has beaten off competition from cricket, snooker and bridge to be crowned the world's most boring game.

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Silverware presented after Bognor's autumn seniors' supper competition

Bognor seniors play (not sing) for their supper

The autumn seniors’ supper competition at Bognor Golf Club attracted 64 players. It is a four-ball better-ball Stableford, with pairs being drawn after dinner the night before the competition.

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VIDEO: Baker does it again - but Boutwood’s out to get him

It was Chichester one-two in the 2017 renewal of the challenging race and Baker was a clear winner as he came home in 1hr 12min 46sec. But another Chichester athlete, Will Boutwood, was second - and is improving all the time. He aims to stop Baker making it seven from seven next year.
Baker was delighted to break the tape at the Chichester College finish line after a course that took in both city centre landmarks and Goodwood and Lavant countryside, including the steep climb up the Trundle Hill, and he told us: “It was a pretty solid run really. I felet quite comfortable all the way really.
“I’m quite happy with my time. I was aiming for sub-74 minutes really so I’m well within that target.”
Asked whether he had dreamed in 2012, when he won the first Chi half after it was revived, that he’d still be the winner five years later, he laughed: “Yes! It’s my kind of course. I train at Kingley Vale, West Marden and Stansted. I train on all the hills so it’s my sort of terrain.
“I had people with me for the first mile and a half and pulled away at the top of Oaklands Park. The gap kept growing. I was checking my watch and trying to keep further ahead. 
“There was really good support and the lead cyclist did a good job.”
Baker said the race was one of his favourites in the calendar and added: “It’s one I target. I’ll certainly be back next year.”

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Callum Porter - junior champion

Squash ace Porter goes one better to land title

Bognor Squash Club’s junior Sussex champion of last season has done it again – after being runner-up, this time Callum Porter has won the Sussex closed under-11 boys’ championship.

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