Charlotte Lord - Solent High Jump athlete

Russian Olympic champions suspended for doping

OLYMPIC champions Sergei Kirdyapkin, Valery Borchin and Olga Kaniskina have been provisionally suspended after an investigation into Russian Athletics. The champion race-walkers,  who picked up medals at the 2008 and 2012 Olympic Games, are among five Russian walkers who have been under investigation. “My personal

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Eastleigh yet to hit ‘scary potential’

Eastleigh Under 16 academy coach Lee Peacock thinks the club have “scary potential” and remain confident of fulfilling their five-year plan of reaching the Football League. The former Manchester City player claims that the Silverlake Stadium has become a fortress over the last four years

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Northam Bridge waterproofing works start getting complaints

The water leak repairing which started yesterday with a £1.2m  budget at the Northam bridge has already caused anger. “This is going to be terrible on Saturdays before and after Saints match, because it would take more than an hour from High Street to the

Gordon Taylor, forced to apologise.
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PFA boss says sorry

Gordon Taylor, the head of the PFA, has today apologised for comments he made comparing the ongoing Ched Evans situation and the horrific events of Hillsborough in 1989, which claimed the lives of 96 people, reports Graham Eyre. Taylor, speaking in an interview with BBC

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LIVE BLOG: Paris manhunt

The Charlie Hebdo attack that happened on Wednesday has resulted in a manhunt for two suspects. Twelve people were killed in the attack, including the editor and the suspects have been named by police as brothers Said Kouachi and Cherif Kouachi. Follow our live update of

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New year new challenges

Solent Creatives has been hosting an event called New Year New Challenges. It’s mostly aimed at the Advertising and Programming degrees but is open for all who want to take part. The event involves guest speakers from around the country coming in to talk to students

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School bans pupils from eating crisps

Sholing Technological School in Southampton has banned pupils from eating crisps in an effort to promote healthy eating. The unpopular move which was introduced at the beginning of the term this year would see the students missing out on some of their favourite snacks which