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December 12 2013 Latest news:
Sampson Sampson is a name not easily mistaken. He has gained something of a cult status for his unusual title, while achieving much more besides in the Islington community.
Islington youngster Jack Ward collected a bronze medal at the prestigious Belgium Open International Championships – his first ever overseas tournament.
A trio of youngsters from Sobell Leisure Centre secured a second-place finish at their debut tournament in Camden.
Veras Academy scored a hat-trick of medals at the Kaizen Cup in Ilford, with Mette McLarney claiming a silver and a bronze.
Highbury teenager Leah King proved the sword is just as mighty as the pen by reclaiming her Sainsbury’s School Games foil title in Sheffield.
Nine-year-old Luan Veras topped the individual medals table with an outstanding performance at the British International Open Championships in Glasgow.
Triathlete Danny Russell has collected his first English title – now his goal is a medal when the World Championships come to London next month.
Dwain Chambers has hinted that the Moscow World Championships might not be his last following a familiar story of medal heartbreak in the sprint relay.
Islington player Mitchell White emerged triumphant from a field of 64 to win an inaugural charity tournament – held in memory of his father.
Camden’s James Ward claimed his third ATP Challenger tour title on Sunday at the Fifth Third Bank Championships in Kentucky.
Metro Blind Sports were commended for their work within the borough at the annual Sport Islington and Islington School Sport Partnership awards.
Seven-year-old Liam Veras recovered from an early setback to win seven fights and clinch a gold medal at the Central England Championships in Walsall.
A school sports team raced to victory in the Islington Athletics Championship, thrashing rival schools in almost every event.
Islington captain Kyle Carey is determined to go one better next year after the borough’s basketball team lost out to neighbours Haringey in the final.
Former world champion Bob Anderson was guest of honour as Admiral Mann hit the treble at the Archway and District Darts League presentation night.
Britain’s No2 James Ward hopes fortune favours him when the draw for Wimbledon is made tomorrow.
Highgate Harriers’ Brahama Pochee was one of four runners to set a new personal best in the club’s inaugural ‘Night of the PBs’ event.
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