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Hard core: high-intensity interval training in SW London

Hard core: high-intensity interval training in SW London

If you’re bored with the gym and fed up of aerobics, you might like the challenge of high intensity interval training. Fiona Adams puts her muscles to the test... Read More ›

Cyclists and motorists: tension on the roads

Cyclists and motorists: tension on the roads

Local cyclist Steve Hackett pedals cautiously along the fine line between cyclists’ and motorists’ rights ... Read More ›

Interview: England Rugby’s Matt Mullan

Interview: England Rugby’s Matt Mullan

As the World Cup beckons, Matt Mullan speaks to Emily Horton about the highs and lows of his time playing and training in the England squad... Read More ›

Guinness World Record Rugby Match at Hazelwood

Guinness World Record Rugby Match at Hazelwood

Hazelwood, home of London Irish, will host an incredible 28-hour rugby match on August 15-16, setting a new world record in aid of charity... Read More ›

Compulsory cycling helmets: Boardman vs Wiggins

Compulsory cycling helmets: Boardman vs Wiggins

Chris Boardman and Bradley Wiggins are both Olympic cycling gold medallists, but on bike safety they differ. We took to the Surrey streets to get your thoughts... Read More ›

Hark the Hornit: the loudest cycle horn in Barnes

Hark the Hornit: the loudest cycle horn in Barnes

Beep! Beep! Thumbs up to Barnes resident Tom de Pelet, who has invented the world’s loudest cycle horn. Commuting across London to his former job in the City made Tom... Read More ›

Rugby World Cup: fanzones and trophy route announced

Rugby World Cup: fanzones and trophy route announced

Rugby fans are already at a fever pitch for the Rugby World Cup 2015, to be hosted here in England; now the route for the World Cup Trophy Tour has been announced, as well as the locations for Official Fanzones... Read More ›

Richmond Rugby Minis Festival March 15

Richmond Rugby Minis Festival March 15

If you have tried and failed to get tickets for one of those all important Six Nations matches this weekend, never fear because on Sunday March 15, the Athletic Ground... Read More ›

Wayne Veysey shines a light on Kevin Pietersen’s world

Wayne Veysey shines a light on Kevin Pietersen’s world

Back in 2009 when the Ashes was looming, Richard Nye talked to Kevin Pietersen's Teddington biographer about the brilliance, belief and vulnerability of England’s adopted star - perhaps shining a light on his current troubles ... Read More ›

Rowing

Rowing

Richmond is great for getting out onto the river. Rowing is a particularly favourite pastime in the area whether it be for leisure or competition, individually or with others.... Read More ›

Sailing

Sailing

Richmond and the surrounding area offers plenty of clubs for sailing enthusiasts.... Read More ›

Tennis

Tennis

Tennis is a great sport to take up; athletic, social, enjoyable and there are lots of reasons to head to one of the many clubs in Richmond. All you need... Read More ›

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