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Kent pair have places confirmed for Tokyo

Kent pair have places confirmed for Tokyo

Table tennis players Will Bayley and Ross Wilson have both had their place at the Summer Paralympic Games confirmed.

Community focus for table tennis star

Community focus for table tennis star

It’s World Table Tennis Day but Kent Paralympian Ross Wilson has more important things on his mind.

Kent Olympian bows out

Kent Olympian bows out

Tom Ransley admits he has nothing more to give after deciding against competing in Tokyo next year.

Heartbroken Tom ready to fight on

Heartbroken Tom ready to fight on

Tom Bosworth believes he will be fitter and stronger when the Olympic Games comes around next year.

Tokyo Games rescheduled

Tokyo Games rescheduled

Kent’s Olympic and Paralympic hopefuls will have to wait another year to fulfil their dreams.

Bosworth staying positive

Bosworth staying positive

Tonbridge AC Olympian Tom Bosworth says it's too early to write off this summer's Tokyo Games.

Clarke's boxing clever

Clarke's boxing clever

Money can't buy the chance of Olympic glory, says Gravesend fighter Cheavon Clarke.

Tokyo 2020: 'There's nothing special about being a pro'

Tokyo 2020: 'There's nothing special about being a pro'

Listen to our new Kent's Sporting Dreams podcast with Gravesend boxer Cheavon Clarke on the Tokyo Olympics, being on Team GB and turning professional.

Teenager's Olympic ambition

Teenager's Olympic ambition

Eighteen-year-old Sophie Castle, of Dover Castle Archery Club, has ambitions to compete in the Paris Olympics.

Tokyo 2020: Chance to impress

Tokyo 2020: Chance to impress

Matthew Robertson is hoping to push his case for a spot at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics this week.

Tokyo 2020: Kent's Olympic dreams

Tokyo 2020: Kent's Olympic dreams

It's six months until the 2020 Olympics - we look at the Kent stars hoping to be on the plane to Tokyo.

Jordan's Olympic dream

Jordan's Olympic dream

Ebbsfleet United keeper Jordan Holmes is hoping to book his spot at the 2020 Toyko Olympics this month.

Olympic athlete retires at 28

Olympic athlete retires at 28

A Kent Olympian who enjoyed success both individually and as a relay athlete has retired at the age of 28.

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Trio put their country first

Trio put their country first

Three Kent gymnasts have helped Great Britain qualify for the Olympic Games - but that doesn't mean they will be going.

From Russia with glove!

From Russia with glove!

Heavyweight Cheavon Clarke proved a big hit at the World Boxing Championships.

Bayley keen to serve up Euro success

Bayley keen to serve up Euro success

Rio Paralympic table tennis champion Will Bayley is aiming for the gold standard once again.

Sprint star inspires dreams of Olympic glory

Sprint star inspires dreams of Olympic glory

An Olympic athlete left pupils with stars in their eyes and dreaming of track and field glory on Wednesday.

Olympian's headache left her fighting for her life

Olympian's headache left her fighting for her life

A young champion skier was in a life-threatening condition after a rare blood clot was found on her brain.

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Barber's Tokyo dream

Barber's Tokyo dream

Kent wheelchair rugby ace David Barber on his chances of competing at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics.

Barnes ready for Cyclopark

Barnes ready for Cyclopark

Kent-born cyclist Hannah Barnes is looking forward to a different challenge when the Cyclopark hosts stage two of the OVO Energy Women's Tour.

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