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Lure of the open road leads Dylan Hughes to the Caribbean

There is nothing better than getting out on the open road on your bike according to North Berwick teenager Dylan Hughes – and now he is preparing to head to the Bahamas and represent Scotland in his chosen sport.

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Dan Wallance won gold at the 
Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

Swimming hero Dan Wallace suspended for drink driving

Commonwealth Games gold medallist Dan Wallace has been suspended by British Swimming and Scottish Swimming after pleading guilty to drink driving.

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Chris Killen leaves Manchester Minshall Street where he admitted sexually assaulting a young woman as she slept in her bed. Picture: Peter Byrne/PA Wire

Ex-Hibs ace Chris Killen admits sex assault on sleeping woman

FORMER Hibs player Chris Killen has admitted sexually assaulting a young woman as she slept in her bed.

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Georgia Adderley is the national champion

Georgia Adderley quits football to focus on her squash dream

Rising star Georgia Adderley is putting her full focus on squash as she continues her move into the senior ranks.

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Andy Murray reacts during his defeat by Australia's Jordan Thompson. Picture: Steven Paston/PA Wire

Shock defeat for Andy Murray against world No 90 at Queen’s

Andy Murray’s Wimbledon preparations suffered a serious blow with a shock first-round defeat in the Aegon Championships first round.

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Evan Oliphant misses Beaumont Trophy breakaway

Lothians cyclist Evan Oliphant produced a solid performance at the Beaumont Trophy in Northumberland. but there was no repeat of his previous podium finishes.

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Andy Murray will donate the prize money from the ATP Aegon Championships tennis tournament at Queen's Club if he wins. Picture; Getty

Andy Murray to donate prize money to Grenfell victims

Andy Murray is planning to donate his prize money from the Aegon Championships to those affected by the Grenfell Tower fire if he wins the tournament, it has been reported.

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James Heatly, right, and Freddie Woodward

James Heatly describes how he plotted way to Euro diving bronze

Capital diver James Heatly has expressed his delight after he and synchro partner Freddie Woodward managed to hold their nerve and pull out one of their best ever dives when it was needed at the weekend in Kiev.

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Bill Lothian’s Community Sport: Football, swimming, squash

Bill Lothian’s Community Sport in the Evening News, only at your newsagent on Tuesday.

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Greg Lobban wins his ‘biggest squash title to date’

Edinburgh-based squash player Greg Lobban celebrated his “biggest title to date” after completing a hat-trick in New Zealand but Lisa Aitken failed to make it a unique ‘Double Double’ for Heriot-Watt University’s Oriam performance centre after losing her final in Waikato.

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David Florence

Time penalties costs David Florence a silver medal in Prague

Edinburgh’s David Florence and the rest of the world’s top canoeists were all caught out by a fiendishly-difficult course as the triple world champion finished fifth in the C1 slalom final at the World Cup in Prague.

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Sally Conway

Sally Conway wins silver at the Cancun Grand Prix

Olympic medallist Sally Conway struck silver at the Cancun Grand Prix as she continues her build-up to the World Championships in September.

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James Heatly, right, and Freddie Woodward on their way to winning the bronze medal in the men's 3m synchro springboard

James Heatly wins European Championship diving bronze medal

Capital diver James Heatly secured a bronze medal at the European Championships in Ukraine.

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David Florence

David Florence finds his form as he shrugs off Euro hangover

Edinburgh’s David Florence shrugged off his European Championship hangover as he qualified impressively for tomorrow’s C1 semi-finals at the slalom World Cup in Prague yesterday.

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Professor Chris Oliver claims to treat an injured cyclist every 5 days. Picture; Ian Georgeson

Edinburgh Tram tracks must be moved to protect cyclist claims surgeon

RADICAL action to protect cyclists on the Capital’s streets should include sending trams underground, a leading surgeon has said.

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Evan Oliphant

Oliphant has chance to rekindle fond memories in Beaumont Trophy

Lothians cyclist Evan Oliphant will be back at the scene of a triumph earlier in his career when he lines up at the Beaumont Trophy in Northumberland on Sunday.

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Caspian Prince, left, ridden by Tom Eaves, wins the Investec �100,000 Epsom Dash on Derby day. Pic: Getty

Caspian Prince can defy penalty and land Scottish Sprint Cup

Caspian Prince can defy a welter burden to land the biggest race of the year at Musselburgh tomorrow.

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Mollie Hughes celebrates at Edinburgh Airport. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

Record-breaking Everest climber Molly Hughes hopes to inspire

It wasn’t until she was five metres from the summit that 26-year-old Mollie Hughes realised she had made it to the top of the world’s highest mountain.

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Bill Lothian’s Community Sport: Inline hockey, rugby, tennis

Bill Lothian’s Community Sport in the Evening News, only at your newsagent on Tuesday.

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Lisa Aitken

Scottish stars Aitken and Lobban win squash titles in New Zealand

Edinburgh-based squash players Lisa Aitken and Greg Lobban landed a unique double for Heriot-Watt University’s Oriam centre after winning the finals at the New Zealand International Classic in Palmerston North.

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