A long line of cricket heroes from Kent have done battle with Australia for the Ashes.
We take a look back at when the county hosted some of the world's biggest events and most celebrated athletes.
Just months after landing a drive in F1, Kent's biggest motor racing talent lost his life aged just 23 – here we remember his all-too-brief career.
Two million people lined the streets in 2007 as the eyes of the sporting world turned to Kent for the first stage of the Tour de France.
A PE teacher from Kent remembers the day he won the London Marathon in an impressive time of two hours, nine minutes and 42 seconds.
When an out-of-town sports bar opened in the 1970s, the man behind the venue had no idea it would become home to sports stars and become world-famous.
It only lasted four years but the much-hyped 'World Cup of Motorsport' made an instant impact in Kent, drawing thousands of fans to Brands Hatch.
The county's only racecourse closed for good in 2012, but dozens of archive photos capture its rich and colourful history.
A look back at the life of the huge 'one-off' fish which captured the imagination of anglers worldwide.
They are treacherous sandbanks in the middle of the English Channel but when the tide is right, the Goodwin Sands are ripe for fun and games...
Kent motorsport fans are spoilt rotten with Brands Hatch and Lydden Hill on their doorstep - but how much do you know about the circuits' history?
The stories of Kent athletes who have pulled on the GB jersey to compete in the Olympics.
Dreams are made and broken at Wembley and for Andy Thomson his came true.
Pictures from the day the Gills won the League 2 play-off final against Shrewsbury in 2009.
Two cricketing legends - one became a lord, the other died on the battlefield.
Sheppey Rugby Club’s departing president Gerry Lawson remembers how a flip of a card changed their history for good.
Using photos in the KM Media Group's newspaper archives, we look back at the sports grounds we know and love through the ages.
We take a look the fortunes of Kent's football clubs as many have been forced to move grounds over the years.
An estimated 30,000 people gathered in her home town to celebrate the double gold medal success of runner Kelly Holmes in 2004.
Wicketkeeper Geraint Jones received a hero's welcome when he returned to Kent after England's Ashes triumph in 2005.
Kent's Lizzy Yarnold became the first British Winter Olympian to achieve back-to-back gold medals.
Ebbsfleet United’s Wembley hero doesn’t like to make a big deal of his momentous moment but hasn't got far to look for reminders.
Julie Rose and six others died when the plane they were travelling in crashed in Iowa - but the legacy of her cross-country team lives on.
60 years have passed since an historic kart circuit opened for the first time
Simon Halsey's men overcame heartache and a budget cut before landing the Kent League title in 2012. Our feature plots the highs and lows.
Neil Cugley's men didn't just win the title in 2016 - they absolutely smashed it.
Manager Jamie Day faced World Cup qualifiers with Bangladesh but it's the title win at Welling United in 2013 that remains his biggest highlight.
Some managers don’t ever get to taste that title-winning feeling but it didn’t take long for Danny Lye - although the ride was far from smooth.
Building a championship winning team is an achievement - doing it twice is something else.
It takes something special to win a league title and Dartford manager Tony Burman did it twice.
Jay Saunders guided Maidstone United to three promotions in four years - but nothing beats winning a title.
If you want a thrilling end to the season - look no further than Hythe Town’s last-gasp triumph in 2011.
Justin Luchford had to turn things around at Faversham Town before they could clinch the Kent League title.
The last ever Kent League season was all about the goals.
Kent has heavily influenced the sport of cricket, a game which has thrown up more than its fair share of interesting tales in the county.
A Kent-based football history writer and podcaster explores the county's links with the spread of the global game.
Deal Town clinched the FA Vase in 2000, yet former boss Tommy Sampson never grows tired of watching that winning moment.
Deal Town's former manager Tommy Sampson recalls the worst decision he ever made as their Wembley dream nearly turned into a nightmare.
Deal Town's FA Vase winning manager Tommy Sampson opens up about the struggles he's faced since that glorious day at Wembley.
Former Formula 1 and motorcycling world champion John Surtees died peacefully in hospital at the age of 83.
A book marking Kent's 150th anniversary celebrated the 18 grounds to host the game in the club's illustrious history.
When the FA lifted the ban on women playing organised football in 1972, these ladies decided to make the most of it.
The best of the action as Kent Spitfires win the Royal London One-Day Cup final at Trent Bridge.
What's for dinner? Plan meals, try new foods and explore cuisines with tested recipes from the country's top chefs.
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