Newbury hammer thrower Charlotte Payne was crowned England Athletics senior champion on Sunday with a championship record throw of 69.19 metres.
Newbury Athletic Club's Paul Trincas has been selected to be part of the athletics team at the forthcoming Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.
Greg Collins, playing in the Simpson Trophy on July 17, defied odds of 6000000/1 to hit an albatross at the thirteenth hole at West Berks Golf Club.
Former Clere School student Holly Mills believes the Commonwealth Games, which begin on July 30, could be “a real breakthrough moment” for her.
Four Newbury men are setting off today to cycle the equivalent of Newbury to the Netherlands in aid of a mental health charity.
Three Newbury Athletic Club athletes competed at the annual English Schools Championships in Manchester at the weekend.
Newbury's Luke Humphries is in the form of his life ahead of the World Matchplay Championships, beginning on Saturday, July 16.
Hammer thrower Charlotte Payne became the UK Athletics Champion in Manchester on Sunday, June 26.
Dozens of eager tennis fans were given a chance to try out their skills at an open day in Newbury recently.
Newbury’s Luke Humphries hailed his European Darts Matchplay triumph as his “greatest win ever”.
On Sunday, June 20, Newbury Athletic Club competed at the Ridgeway Relay – the A team won the event for the first time in a decade.
A Newbury man is preparing to cycle the first road stage of the Tour de France to raise money for prostate cancer research.
More than 800 runners tested their endurance at the Wasing Estate as they took part in the UK’s biggest 24-hour relay race.
Newbury Athletic Club's Izzy Fry ran a personal best time to finish sixth in the 5000m final in the UK Athletics Championships in Manchester.
Team Kennet were in action in the third round of the Wessex Young Athletes League in Oxford on Sunday, June 26.
Newbury Road Club is inviting local cyclists to join one of its regular Sunday group rides as part of an open day.
Team Kennet’s Ben East wowed everyone when he threw a personal best to finish second in the men’s javelin at the UK Championships in Manchester.
The Parkinson’s UK chairman has raised more than £50,000 after completing a unique Arch to Arc triathlon which took him from London to Paris.