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WINTER OLYMPICS: Sussex star Brad Hall happy with personal best 12th place for Team GB in Two-Man Bobsleigh final

Sussex star Brad Hall and Joel Fearon were both encouraged and disappointed to drop from seventh place after Heat 2 to finish 12th in the Two-Man Bobsleigh final.

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Heath lost out to Old Alleynians away on Saturday

Heath come up short on the road

Heath’s poor away form so far in 2018 continued on Saturday as they failed to find their rhythm on the pitch and lost to Old Alleynians 35-10.

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WINTER OLYMPICS: Proud Sussex bobsleigh star Brad Hall in seventh heaven in South Korea

Continued consistency is the name of the game for Sussex bobsleigh star Brad Hall and Joel Fearon as they aim to build upon their current seventh-position ranking in the men’s two-man competition.

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Team GB pilot and former Crawley AC decathlete Brad Hall, right, in action with Joel Fearon compete in heat one of the Two-Man Bobsleigh event held at the Sliding Centre at PyeongChang in South Korea.'Picture by Graham Carter SUS-180218-130601002

WINTER OLYMPICS: Sussex bobsleigh star Brad Hall defies all expectations in South Korea

Sussex star Brad Hall is on course to reach the final of the Two-Man Bobsleigh event at the Winter Olympics.

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WINTER OLYMPICS: Sussex’s Brad Hall begins medal campaign for Team GB this morning

Former athletics multi-eventer Brad Hall wants to shake-off any humorous references to popular film Cool Runnings and to clinch a bobsleigh medal for Team GB.

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VIDEO: Science fiction helps save medieval art

Duelling with LED sabres could save an ancient art from dying out.

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WINTER OLYMPICS: Crawley’s Bradley Hall aiming for rare medal at bobsleigh in South Korea

Former Crawley AC star Bradley Hall wants to shake-off any humorous references to popular film Cool Runnings and to clinch a bobsleigh medal for Team GB.

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Chris Eubank Jr in the ring. Picture by Sebastian Heger for World Boxing Super Series

Exclusive: Chris Eubank Jr on his fight with George Groves and aiming to bring the WBA super-middleweight belt back to Brighton

Chris Eubank Jr is a week shy from the biggest fight of his career as he attempts to become a unified super-middleweight world champion against a domestic rival.
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Maddie Hinch shows off her gold medal from the Rio Olympics and our sister paper the West Sussex County Times' front page. Picture by Jon Rgby

County News: Sussex's Hinch grabs world's best goalkeeper gong for second year running

Sussex's Maddie Hinch has added another sparkling accolade to her collection by being named the best female goalkeeper in the world for the second year running.

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PIC SPECIAL: All the Chichester Priory 10k action

Just over 1,500 runners braved a very chilly Sunday morning to make the 27th Chichester Priory 10k a winner.

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Heath number 8 Nick Main rising high above the opposition at the lineout

Heath back to winning ways in the Cup

Still smarting from last weekend’s defeat to Dover, Heath were looking to get back on track with a return to Whitemans Green in a League and Cup double header against old Sussex rivals Pulborough.

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Ben Jones at the weigh-in for his fight against Reece Bellotti at the O2.'Picture by Lawrence Lustig.

BOXING: Jones believes he could have done some damage if the fight had continued longer

Crawley and Capel boxer Ben Jones he was about to come into his own as the second half of his Commonwealth title fight beckoned.
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BOXING: Crawley's Ben Jones Commonwealth title challenge ends in sixth-round defeat by Reece Bellotti

Crawley and Capel boxer Ben Jones lost his Commonwealth Featherweight title fight when he was knocked out by defending champion Reece Bellotti.
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Konta confirms for Eastbourne as part of pre-Wimbledon schedule

Eastbourne’s Johanna Konta has confirmed her intention to play at the Eastbourne International, the Nottingham Open and the Birmingham Classic in the lead up to Wimbledon 2018.

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Heath struggled to put their gameplan into action on Saturday

Heath beaten by 14 man Dover

A miserable January Saturday afternoon was compounded by a miserable result for Heath as they lost in what was meant to be a “home” fixture to Dover RFC, the side just one place behind them in the league.

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An end to end game saw East Grinstead take their opportunities better and win 34-12 against a committed Heath Colts side

Heath Colts miss out away at East Grinstead

Under heavy skies but in relatively dry conditions after the last week of rain, Heath Colts played East Grinstead away on Sunday.

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Albion celebrate a goal in the third round win over rivals Crystal Palace earlier this month. Picture by Phil Westlake (PW Sporting Photography)

Ian Hart: FA Cup elimination could be an advantage

Since being a bright-eyed eight-year-old in 1973, I’ve followed the Albion through thick and thin. Prior to the turn of the century, despite the occasional high spot, it was far more thick than thick.
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Throwback Thursday: Mid Sussex hockey action

In a new weekly feature, we will be running a gallery of pictures from the past.

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Worthing-born Jess Grimson (right) and partner Victoria Palmer (left) will make history when they compete at the Commonwealth Games later this year. Picture by Sophie Mortimer

Sussex beach volleyball star targeting Commonwealth Games medal

Worthing-born beach volleyball star Jess Grimson is not content with just competing at the upcoming Commonwealth Games.

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