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The CMG Challengers are taking part in the Ridgeway Challenge

GYMNASTICS: Chippenham Moonrakers are up for the challenge

Pete Kibble

CYCLING: Double podium for Kibble

Pete Kibble

CYCLING: Pete powers into top 10 in Manchester

Richard Cooper

TRIATHLON: The World is just not enough for Richard

Moonrakers competitors at Frome

GYMNASTICS: Moonrakers rack up the medals

Jockey Richard Hughes with son Harvey and daughter Phoebe before his final race yesterday

Hughes overwhelmed by Goodwood finale

Champion trainer Richard Hannon Junior and Champion flat jockey Richard Hughes with their trophies at Doncaster last year

Hannon draws Piggott comparison with outgoing Hughes

Richard Hughes

Hughes reflects on golden career

Calum Gingell

CANOEING: Calum’s wild test

Steph Millward

SWIMMING: London stint lifts Millward

Deane Williams

BASKETBALL: Deane ready for American adventure

Jake Honour celebrates his win at Brands Hatch

MOTORSPORT: Honours go to Jake

Gemma Shepherd

ATHLETICS: Eleanor on form to set new mark

Richard Hughes

Goodwood delight for retiring Hughes

Katie Franks on the top step of the podium

TAEKWONDO: Katie cleans up in Canada

Mark Rudd

ARCHERY: Rudd aims to hit the mark

Toormore and James Doyle after their win at Goodwood today

Hannon's Toormore stakes claim at Goodwood's opening day

Stephanie Millward

SWIMMING: London meet just the tonic as Steph continues comeback

Peter Kibble wears the white jersey at the Junior Tour of Ireland

It’s all white for Pete

MADJA medal winners (l-r): Oli Rhoads, Thomas Holmes and Tom Barker

ATHLETICS: Thomas is at the double for Marlborough

Joe Hughes lands a blow on Anthony Hardy

BOXING: Joe enjoys his reward

ANGLING: Rowles romps to victory

ANGLING: Rowles romps to victory

Joe Hughes (left) got the better of Anthony Hardy in Bath to claim the English title (Picutre: Sophie Merlo)

BOXING: English title worth the wait for Hughes

Joe Hughes is the new English super-lightweight champion

Hughes cracks Hardy to win English title

Pupils from Redland School, Chippenham, throw the Vortex Howler during the athletics events at the Wiltshire School Games

SCHOOL GAMES: County pupils show their class

Ross Langdon receives the trophy from Barry Sandry, captain of The PGA England & Wales West Region

GOLF: Langdon takes to the Hills to secure crown

Gemma Shepherd

ATHLETICS: Finally, Shepherd gets her national reward

Amelia Bissett

TENNIS: Amelia’s courting success

Joe Hughes with the English light-welterweight belt after winning the Southern Area title last year

Hughes' English title shot rubber-stamped

Sheldon School pupils heading to the 2015 English Schools Championships are (l-r): Ulas Akkus, Joe Collins, Gemma Shepherd, Sam Roberts, Louie Torto

A swansong for Emily

Pete Kibble in action in Wales

Kibble on the gas in Ras

Charlene Harvey

Newcomer Charlene already in great shape

Ben Heap

Ben has a Heap of potential

Stephanie Millward will not be going to the World Championships in Glasgow

It’s a worlds watching brief for Millward

Danny Talbot (far right) is second behind Zharnel Hughes in Saturday's 200m final

ATHLETICS: Silver lining for Danny

Captain Will Baillie and the Wiltshire Under 12s boys team

TENNIS: County hotshots romp into national finals

Weekend winner Dan Cooper on his way to the King of Combe crown

Cooper’s super at Combe

Al Kazeem

RACING: Al Kazeem on comeback trail

Dave Bishop

ATHLETICS: Bishop praying for Brum boost

Chippenham Tri Club juniors at the North Bristol Triathlon

TRIATHLON: Chippenham’s triathletes are really hitting their stride

ANGLING: Brown on form at Crookwood

ANGLING: Brown on form at Crookwood

Competitors in the Great Chalfield 10K on Sunday

By George, he’s a winner

Youngsters were treated to a raft of fun activities at the School Games Panathlon disability competition at Marlborough College (PICTURES BY SIOBHAN BOYLE)

PANATHLON: School Games proves to be a big success

Harriet Eyles

TENNIS: Harriet retains Wimbledon dream

Tony McCoy and Kauto Star

RACING: McCoy leads tributes to Kauto Star

Laura Collett and Kauto Star

RACING: Kauto Star is put down

Chippenham’s triumphant kickboxers

KICKBOXING: Trio show fighting spirit

ATHLETICS: Webb best in the west

ATHLETICS: Webb best in the west

Team GB modern pentathlete Katy Burke opens the 2015 Chippenham Games

Fun and games for pupils

Pauline Burfitt is eyeing a World Championships spot

World Championships are well within Burfitt’s sights

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