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Reg does the double.
Just weeks after his triumph at the Brighton & Hove City Sports Awards, Reg Hook has once again been honoured for his outstanding contribution to athletics in the county. On Friday evening Reg won the Unsung Hero gong at the 2014 Sussex Sports Awards. Reg, who was 80 this year, has been volunteering in athletics for 50 years and has been news editor of this website for the last eight.

It was an excellent night for athletics as Chris Marsden was named Coach of the Year, a category in which Andy Neal was also shortlisted; and Graham Jessop was nominated in the Outstanding Contribution to Sport category. Sixteen year old Jordan Okonta from Littlehampton, a member of the Worthing and Littlehampton Special Olympics group won the Disabled Sports Personality of the Year. Congratulations to you all.

Baker returns to winning ways at Sussex League
Conditions for the second of this season’s Brooks Sussex Cross-country League events at Plumpton College were much better than anticipated and the rain that had dumped on the helpers who had spent the morning marking the course eased in time for the several hundred runners at noon. The temperature was ..

2 out of 3 podium places ain't bad for Sussex athletes at the Brighton 10k - by Kevin Mason
The 2014 edition of the Brooks Brighton 10k attracted some 3500 entrants from near and far. The course avoided the Prom and the pathway, remaining entirely on road.
The race started swiftly, with a huge crowd going through 1km in 3minutes flat; however Kev Rojas (Brighton) and Paul Whittaker (Southend) were ..

Brighton & Hove City 10km
Paul Whittaker from Southend won the “Brooks” Brighton & Hove City 10km Road race on Sunday morning in 30:41 from Jon Pepper (Phoenix) 30.48 and Kevin Rojas (Brighton & Hove) 31.03 while Katrina Wooton (Coventry) won the women’s race in 34:52 from Brighton & Hove’s Helena Tobin 35:15 and Nicola ..

9.30 Start for Brighton & Hove City 10km on Sunday.
Apart from a light south-easterly wind in their faces on the run home conditions for the annual “Brooks Brighton & Hove City 10km road race” on Sunday morning are looking good.
A full field of three thousand runners are expected to line up for the start in Madeira Drive at the ..

Silver for Crawley - Gold for Moore
It was not so many years back that the annual “Priory” cross country relays at Reigate would boast more than one hundred teams and most Sussex clubs, would be represented.. Horsham, Worthing, Chichester, Hasting, Phoenix, Arena 80, Brighton & Hove and Crawley would field teams with some fielding two or ..

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