South West Londoner’s February sports e-zine is here and it’s full of the biggest and best stories from the area.
We talk to the Twickenham speed skater Olivia Weedon about her Olympic dreams, train with Crystal Palace Ladies and explore Wallball’s social impact.
Ethan Hayter tells us about his triple-gold goal, former Ireland striker David Connolly talks international allegiances and we look ahead to Corinthians-Casuals’ summer trip to Budapest.
A teen cancer survivor tells us he wants to get back to playing football, we delve into the ePremier League and hear from a parkrun pioneer about the running phenomenon going global.
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Speed skater Olivia Weedon may be busy enjoying the off-season, but the hard graft is still coming thick and fast as she prepares to return to the ice this winter. Ending the season in May, the 14-year-old has been working hard to keep on top of her game, making full…
Winter's arrival may leave many quaking at the thought of cold, dark nights, but for short track speed skating star Olivia Weedon, it marks the start of a busy yet exciting season on the ice. But for the 14-year-old, a great challenge has already been overcome after she sustained a…
Streatham stalwart Joe Johnston’s final league match was an emotional affair, but he’s adamant it is not the last the club will see of him. The 37-year-old Streatham captain spent his whole career wearing the Streatham jersey after making his senior debut as a teenager. But he has decided this…
Injury may have blighted Twickenham speed skater Olivia Weedon over recent months, but she can finally see light at the end of the tunnel with European success at the very top of her wish list. Having overcome the ankle issues that have plagued her since last summer, the 14-year-old has…