Fareham Wheelers dream of national service

Fareham Wheelers are dreaming of hosting a National Trophy cyclocross event.

Two Swallows and Nico de Boinville on their way to victory at Towcester last season

Pauling excited to unleash star on Fontwell fences

Ben Pauling is relishing the opportunity to hand Two Swallows her debut over fences at Fontwell Park on Friday.

Fontwell Park. Picture: Allan Hutchings (102607-077)

Ton of entries for six-timer at Fontwell

Fontwell Park has attracted 102 entries for its Winner Raceday on Friday when a shot at Challenger Series glory will be up for grabs.

Blu Baker in action this season

Baker on the rise in Florida

Blu Baker is soaring up the world rankings as he continues to thrive at the Gomez Tennis Academy in Naples, Florida.

Lil Rockerfeller and Trevor Whelan on their way to victory in the National Spirit Hurdle at Fontwell in 2016. Picture: Clive Bennett

King excited by Rockerfeller return

Neil King is relishing the opportunity to unleash Lil Rockerfeller at Wetherby on Saturday.

James Vince. Picture: Sarah Standing (170455-8793)

Vince relishing ‘second chance’

James Vince is determined to make the most of his second bite at Test cricket in this winter’s Ashes.

Mike Williams, of host club Fareham Wheelers, on one of the climbs at Swanmore Motocross Track. Picture: Neil Marshall (171322-753)

Delight for Fareham Wheelers as new course earns praise

Phill Chinn revealed Fareham Wheelers’ challenging new course was a hit with riders and officials.

Action from the racing at Fairthorne Manor last season. Picture: Neil Marshall (161428-9)

Fareham Wheelers ready to unleash toughest of tests

Round three of the Wessex League is not for the faint-hearted.

James Vince. Picture: Sarah Standing (170455-8793)

Hampshire duo named in Ashes squad

James Vince has earned a recall to England’s Test squad for the winter Ashes tour.

Fareham Wheelers riders, from left, Rick Garman, Kirsty McSeveney, Neil MacKley, Marianne Holt and Mark Herbert. Picture: Habibur Rahman (171049-38)

Super six put Wheelers on the map

Kirsty McSeveney finished 20th in the Gran Fondo World Championship as Fareham Wheelers made their mark on the international scene.

Vickii Cornborough and the England squad at the Women's Rugby World Cup

World Cup hero salutes ‘phenomenal’ Portsmouth support

Vickii Cornborough has saluted the ‘phenomenal’ Portsmouth support which has fired her Women’s World Cup charge.

Kirsty McSeveney, second left. Picture: Habibur Rahman (171049-37)

McSeveney hails rise of Wheelers women after tour shock

Kirsty McSeveney revealed her shock at finishing third in the Tour of Cambridgeshire.

From left: Rick Garman, Kirsty McSeveney, Neil Mackley, Marianne Holt and Mark Herbert sporting their Great Britain kit. Picture: Habibur Rahman (171049-35)

Albi bound! Six Wheelers to take on the world

Six members of Fareham Wheelers will represent Great Britain at the UCI Gran Fondo World Championship in Albi, France on Sunday, August 27.

Eileen Duff prepares to start her test with Paul Morris and race director Roger De Vere. Picture: Habibur Rahman (171049-39)

Anderson and Emmott crowned Fareham Wheelers champions

Harry Johnson provided the magic in Fareham Wheelers’ final evening time trial of the season.

Tom Alsop. Picture: Neil Marshall

Alsop: Best is yet to come from Hampshire

Tom Alsop believes Hampshire have power to add as they fight for NatWest T20 Blast qualification.

Michael Carberry top scored for Hampshire with 30. Picture: Neil Marshall

Topley bemoans loss of Hampshire momentum

Reece Topley is certain Hampshire can find the right response to consecutive NatWest T20 Blast losses.

Sean Ervine hit 83 in Hampshire's mammoth first-innings total. Picture: Neil Marshall

Surrey challenged to frustrate Hampshire

George Bailey struck a brilliant 161 to hammer home Hampshire’s advantage on day two of their County Championship division one clash with Surrey at the Oval.

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