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Camping on beaches, battling long-term fatigue and completing a world’s first: Remembering Sean Conway’s ultra-triathlon around the GB coastline

“When you’ve been going for so long that long-term fatigue kicks in and your hormones begin to modify themselves, that’s when the real fun starts.”  It’s day 71, Sean Conway has just taken the last of his 1.5 million strides from Scarbrough to Brighton and is ready to swap his running shoes for his swimming hat, goggles and wetsuit to commence […]

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What can Cheltenham Town expect from League One? A look at last season’s promoted quartet: Swindon Town, Plymouth, Crewe and Northampton

Cheltenham Town were the first team to earn promotion to League One this season as they continue their push for the League Two title. Whilst their eyes may be focused on this season for now there is no doubt the boardroom will be well underway with making their plans for life in the third tier. […]

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Gloucestershire and Worcestershire Cricket Academy’s Players score big for Dumbleton CC

Gloucestershire’s Tom Borrman and Worcestershire’s Dan Holland are in the academies at their counties and have been doing well for Dumbleton CC the past few weeks. Both cricketers play for Dumbleton CC, located in the outskirts of Cheltenham, who started their 2021 league campaign this weekend, Holland has already scored a century and two other […]

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Cheltenham League desperate for Robins promotion success

Cheltenham Town’s promotion battle will decide where the Charity Cup final is played says league chairman John Hunt. The Cheltenham Charity Cup begins on April 3 but the venue of the final is still yet to be confirmed. League officials are hoping that they can finish the tournament at Cheltenham Town’s Johnny Rock’s Stadium. Embed […]

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Cheltenham League chairman John Hunt: “Grassroots football is a dying trend”

Cheltenham League chairman John Hunt has admitted that there is a fight to save local football as they try to recover from a second successive voided season. Gloucestershire clubs were left disappointed earlier this month as the Gloucestershire FA announced their decision to abandon the league season once again due to the coronavirus pandemic. This […]

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Wimbledon 2021: A reduced capacity expected as Cheltenham resident Dan Evans looks to pass the summer Grand Slam’s third round

Hope is growing that this summer’s Wimbledon Championships will be able to go ahead in front of reduced capacity crowds, organisers have revealed. Cheltenham resident and world number 34 Dan Evans has never progressed beyond the competition’s third round, but is expected to compete once again when it starts on 28 June. Tournament organisers have […]

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Cheltenham Festival day one: Jeff Kidder wins Boodles Juvenile Handicap Hurdle after Black Tears wins Close Brothers Mares’ Hurdle

16:15 Boodles Juvenile Handicap Hurdle Jeff Kidder (80/1) has won the Boodles Juvenile Handicap Hurdle by a length. The Noel Meade trained horse glided over the final few hurdles and stretched away from the field 50 metres from the line. Joint favourite Saint Sam (9/2) came in a close second after a strong resurgence towards […]

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Cheltenham Festival day one: Shiskin wins Arkle Challenge Trophy after Appreciate It wins Supreme Novices’ Hurdle

Appreciate It has won the Sky Bet Supreme Novice’ Hurdle by a wide margin. The second race of the day saw Shiskin claim victory with a dominant lead in the Arkle Challenge Trophy. 15:40: Mares Hurdle Black Tears pipped Concertista right on the finish line after a late surge on the straight. The win was […]

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“If you finish above Cheltenham Town, you’ll get promoted,” claims Exeter City captain Jake Taylor

Exeter City captain and former Cheltenham Town midfielder Jake Taylor has predicted that any side who manages to end the season above the Robins will be on course for League One football next campaign. The two West Country sides clash at St James Park this afternoon (kick-off 15:00). Michael Duff’s team are currently situated at […]

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Michael Duff confirms Cheltenham Town are “good to go” after COVID-19 outbreak

Cheltenham Town manager Michael Duff has said that his side are “good to go” after a COVID-19 outbreak forced the club to miss their past two scheduled fixtures. The Robins were due to play Barrow on Tuesday evening and Carlisle United on Saturday, but both matches were cancelled and will be rearranged for a future […]