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Former bare knuckle boxing champion Tyler Goodjohn has quit - for now - to become a porn star.

The RFU are determined not to rush the return of competitive rugby even if other sports or other countries get there first.

Fenland Running Club saw an impressive turnout for their social distancing relay to help raise money for a mental health charity.

Three Counties Running Club got their mathematical brains in check as part of this week’s barcode challenge.

A boxing club from Fenland has been recognised for its work in the local community with the highest voluntary award in the UK.

Bookmakers issued a mixed report as British racing returned from a 76-day absence, with most firms describing trade as brisk.

Sixth form students from Wisbech Grammar School were chosen to showcase their talent on the national stage as part of the Lambs Under 18 squad.

Athletes across the Fens are doing their part to keep themselves active during the coronavirus pandemic, and members from Fenland Running Club are some of those.

Members of Three Counties Running Club yet again rose to the challenge, but it was harder than they thought.

Members at March Golf Club are welcoming the opportunity to exercise as they adapt to social distancing guidelines.

The coach of one of Fenland’s brightest boxing talents has said “there is no hurry” for his young star to turn professional, despite not knowing who he would fight for in the future.

Father-of-five Stacy Mould received a guard of honour from those who saved his life after beating coronavirus.

The International Cricket Council (ICC)’s recommendation of a temporary ban on using saliva to shine the ball could hand batsmen a significant advantage, claims Australia paceman Mitchell Starc.

Boxer Amir Khan – and once Britain’s youngest Olympic medallist – delighted supporters with a trip to Peterborough on Thursday.

Players from across Fenland’s pool community have kept their eye on the ball during the coronavirus pandemic thanks to one man’s idea.

British Rowing has today launched a Row to the Moon challenge, following the success of the recent One Minute Challenge.

It was double the fun for Three Counties Running Club members as they took on two lockdown challenges over the weekend.

A fixture list outlining meetings to the end of June will be published by the British Horseracing Authority on Friday, with 72-hour declarations employed until further notice.

A former Wisbech Rugby Club player who grew into a popular figure with teammates and other clubs alike has died.

Peterborough Greyhound Stadium has announced that it will cease trading as the coronavirus outbreak and longer term social distancing measures will make the business no longer be viable.

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