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Video: Stunt cyclist Danny MacAskill has tallied up over £1m

CYCLIST Danny MacAskill’s has raked in more than £1 million from his daredevil stunts, new figures have revealed.

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Grange hockey coach David Knipe

Grange face crunch match with champions Bromac Kelburne

Joint Division One hockey leaders Grange put their five-game unbeaten run on the line when they entertain champions Bromac Kelburne at Fettes tomorrow.

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Ross Muir lost 4-1 to world No.1 Mark Selby in the second round of the English Open

Ross Muir admits he must be quicker out of the blocks

Ross Muir admits he must find a way to start matches quicker if he want success this season after crashing out of the Dafabet English Open.

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Hockey title hopefuls Grange in three-way battle at top

Grange are locked in a three-way tie with Kelburne and Western Wildcats at the top of hockey’s Division One.

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Bill Lothian’s Community Sport: Badminton, tennis, athletics

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

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Gina Aitken

City curlers’ title defence ended in quarter-finals

Edinburgh curlers Gina Aitken and Bruce Mouat missed out on a fifth title in six years and a place at next spring’s World Championships following a surprise quarter-final defeat at the Scottish Mixed Doubles Championship in Aberdeen.

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Musselburgh brings the curtain down on its flat season today. Pic: TSPL

Musselburgh races: Wor Lass can end punters’ flat season in style

Musselburgh bring down the curtain on their summer season of flat racing this afternoon when the final event may well provide the best bet of the day.

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Grange Hockey face biggest test yet at Western Wildcats

GRANGE hockey defend their perfect four-game record tomorrow (1.30pm) but face their biggest test this season in the feature tie on the card.

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Bruce Mouat and Gina Aitken

Mouat and Aitken out to retain Scottish curling title

Murrayfield curler Bruce Mouat claims he and Gina Aitken have “unfinished business” as they prepare to open the defence of their Scottish Mixed Doubles title at Curl Aberdeen this evening.

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Alfie is flourishing with his new family. Picture: contributed

Pony goes from rags to rosettes after rescue centre’s care

HUDDLED against his lice-ridden and half-starved mother for comfort in a boggy field, one-year-old pony Alfie was a quivering wreck when rescuers found him.

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Bill Lothian’s Community Sport: Rugby, sailing, rowing

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

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Volleyball: NUVOC battle to beat Mets

Newly-promoted NUVOC started their new volleyball league campaign in positive fashion with a five-set win at Glasgow Mets in the men’s Scottish Premier League.

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Sam Judge was disappointed with her team's performance

Hockey round-up: Grange stay on course with Wanderers win

Grange continued their winning run in hockey’s Division One with a 2-0 victory over newly-promoted Dundee Wanderers.

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Keith Dalgleish

Musselburgh races: This is Glenrowan Rose’s time to bloom

Glenrowan Rose ran well for a long way in a major sprint at Haydock Park last weekend and looks set to bloom at Musselburgh this afternoon.

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Callum Skinner is part of an 18-strong Great Britain team heading to Berlin

Callum Skinner wins GB call-up for Euros cycling

Capital cyclist Callum Skinner will travel to Germany later this month as part of an 18-strong Great Britain team for the UEC European Track Championships, the first major competition of the season.

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Scotland and Celtic goalkeepr Craig Gordon (Top centre, yellow shirt)

Craig Gordon’s former school pitch under threat

A FOOTBALL pitch where Scotland goalie Craig Gordon first pulled on his gloves is at risk as his former school expands.

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Grange hockey coach David Knipe

Hockey: Grange must take points from home clash with Dundee

Title-chasing Grange entertain Dundee Wanderers tomorrow (Fettes College, 2.00) looking to maintain their unblemished record in hockey’s Division One.

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Jayne Nisbet in the High Jump final at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games. Picture: Ian Rutherford

Edinburgh high-jumper tells of eating disorder in new book

A TOP sporting career, a burgeoning business and the beauty to work as a model, success would appear to come easy for Edinburgh high jumper-turned-author Jayne Nisbet.

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Keanna MacInnes (front row, first right) was part of the first batch of Scottish athletes announced for the Commonwealth Games next year. Pic: PA

Schoolgirl Keanna MacInnes ‘over the moon’ at Games call

Capital teenager Keanna MacInnes admits she is “over the moon” to have been selected as one of 21 swimmers who will represent Team Scotland at the Commonwealth Games in Australia.

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Edinburgh's Dan Wallace has been included in the Swimming team for the 2018 Gold Coast. Picture: Getty Images

Commonwealth Games 2018: Dan Wallace among Edinburgh athletes

The first athletes to represent Scotland at the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games have been announced by Team Scotland, with a healthy Edinburgh contingent involved.

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