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Nicky Brett fell at the first hurdle of the World Indoor Championships men's pairs. Picture: JAMES BASS

Nicky Brett was an early casualty in the World Indoor Championships men’s pairs competition yesterday.

Divin Bere (far side) and Master Blueyes (near) battle out a thrilling finish to the Equimark Horsesboxes Chatteris Fen Juvenile Hurdle at Huntingdon. Picture: STEVE DAVIES/RACINGFOTOS.COM

The new year at Huntingdon Racecourse started with a bang for one leading trainer last Friday.

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Rugby coverage from the Hunts Post.

St Ives launched their mission to secure a top-four finish in Midlands Division Three East (South) in fine style.

Paul Ashbridge
Medal-winning Hunts AC sisters, from the left, Evie, Shannon and Lexi Flockhart.

Three sisters all struck gold as Hunts AC enjoyed great success at the Cambridgeshire County Cross-Country Championships.

Shannon Flockhart
Huntingdon sailor Giles Scott struck gold in Rio.

Our look back at the sporting highlights of 2016 continues with July to September’s best moments . . .

The new St Neots Ladies team are, back row, left to right, Sarah Fraser, Emily Miller, Kirsty Wilson, Bethany Smith, Beth Hughes, Maxine Coppard, Libby Robinson, Sam Mcmurrugh, Caitlin Emery, Jess Hopewell, Harriet Emery, front row, Vicky Wilkinson, Tasha Parle, Hannah Gill, Beth Robinson (coach and captain), Jodie Hayes, Katie Bills and Hayley Robinson.

The new St Neots Ladies team could hardly have made a more impressive start to life.

Action at Huntingdon Racecourse.

Huntingdon Racecourse has launched a midweek crowd drive ahead of its first fixture of the year.

Competitors at the start of the second round of the Muddy Monsters League at Hinchingbrooke School.

St Ives Cycling Club enjoyed a hat-trick of home successes when staging the second round of the Muddy Monsters League last Saturday.

Hinchingbrooke School
Father Yinka and son Ayo Opaleye of Hunts AC at the New Year's Day Open meeting in London.

Two sets of Hunts AC relations kick-started 2017 by starring in the same meeting in London.

Beatrice Pauley on her way to victory in the Eastern Region League round at Ipswich.

The top young talents of St Ives Cycling Club’s ‘Go Ride’ team started 2017 in style with a host of medals in the latest Eastern Region League round.

St Ives Cycling Club
Huntingdon sailor Giles Scott celebrates winning gold in Rio.

Two Huntingdonshire sporting stars have been recognised in the New Year Honours list after capturing Olympic glory.

Action at Huntingdon Racecourse.

Huntingdon Racecourse welcomed its biggest attendance of the year when almost 7,000 spectators turned out on Boxing Day.

Dan Malem scored a try in Huntingdon's defeat at Paviors.

Huntingdon suffered a second-half collapse as they fell to their biggest defeat of the Midlands Division One East season.

Mick George

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