Blue jersey lost and blue jersey kept

Craven Herald: Ian Taylor was pipped by four seconds in the veteran men's 40-49 years race

11:24am Thursday 30th October 2014

CONONLEY rider Ian Taylor (Jedi Cycle Sport) and Lucy Horrocks (Hope Factory Racing) of Barnoldswick both picked up runners-up finishes in the second round of the National Trophy Cyclo-Cross Series at Southampton Sports Centre.

Revolution success for Ridehalgh

Craven Herald: Jamie Ridehalgh (blue) winning sprint two against Wakefield opponent Reece Wood

11:19am Thursday 30th October 2014

BRADLEY teenager Jamie Ridehalgh took on the country's top 25 youth cyclists in round one of the Revolution Track Racing Series at the Olympic Velodrome in London.

Aire Valley Archers to redevelop facilities

Craven Herald: BROWN: Started career with Aire Valley Archers

11:17am Thursday 30th October 2014

THE club where Lothersdale's Paralympic star Danielle Brown first learned her trade, Aire Valley Archers, is to receive major funding to upgrade its facilities.

Tied at the top after tricky day on canal

9:24am Thursday 30th October 2014

SUNDAY'S Skipton Winter League match was hit hard by the weather, with a strong and blustery south-west wind making fishing difficult.

Hodge is a smooth operator

Craven Herald: Golden boy:  Andy Hodge

6:12pm Thursday 23rd October 2014

OLYMPIC and world champion Andy Hodge has made a winning start to the new season as he helped Molesey to coxless fours gold at the British Championships in Nottingham.

Lampkin's Scott Trial bid ends in damp squib

Craven Herald: Motorcycle champion Dougie Lampkin performs at Thornton Hall Country Park, Thornton In Craven

12:27pm Thursday 23rd October 2014

ONLY a drowned bike prevented Silsden's Dougie Lampkin from recording back-to-back wins at the world-renowned Scott Trial, which celebrated its 100th anniversary at the weekend.

Canal is a swine for Winter League

6:16pm Thursday 23rd October 2014

RATHER than fishing better than the first match at Swine Lane in early September, last Sunday’s Winter League match turned out to be even worse with none of the weights topping a 1,000g.

East Morton rider Simpson stars as locals claim triple success

Craven Herald: RIDING HIGH: Annie Simpson shows her delight at crossing the finish line first in the opening National Trophy cyclo-cross event in Shrewsbury Picture: Andy Whitehouse

10:49am Thursday 16th October 2014

EAST Morton's Annie Simpson secured victory in the elite women’s race of the first National Trophy Cyclo-Cross series in Shrewsbury as Keighley area riders enjoyed a triple success.

Captains lead the way for Skipton with double triumphs

Craven Herald: Ilkley Golf Club's Montgomerie Trophy finalists. Sue and Tony Atkins on the left and Liz and David Webster on the right (11436254)

10:03am Thursday 16th October 2014

BOYS captain Ben Housley was a double winner in the second Bradford & District Amateur Swimming Association Gala at Shipley.

Talented Shaun is on the right path

Craven Herald: Shaun Wood has had a busy and successful summer, competing for England and Great Britain

11:30am Thursday 9th October 2014

SUTTON clay pigeon shooter Shaun Wood has had a busy and successful summer.

Horizon duo to make England debuts

Craven Herald: NATIONAL PICKS: Horizon Taekwondo’s Commonwealth Championship quartet. From left, Ellie Bowden, Jamie Simpson-Kidd, Kieran Young and Thomas Henley

11:30am Thursday 9th October 2014

HORIZON Taekwondo Academy members Ellie Bowden and Jamie Simpson-Kidd will make their England debuts in the Commonwealth Championships next month.

Ella makes a splash with two wins for Skipton

Craven Herald: Ella Burdett

6:45pm Wednesday 8th October 2014

SKIPTON'S Ella Bardgett was a double winner in the Bradford & District Amateur Swimming Association gala at Shipley.

Ingleton motorcyclist Harley Rushton is dominant at Cadwell Park

Craven Herald: Harley Rushton in action at Cadwell Park

3:31pm Monday 6th October 2014

INGLETON teenager Harley Rushton was in winning form in final round of the British Historic Racing Club's racing season at Cadwell Park.

Steering trouble but Joe finishes third

2:11pm Thursday 2nd October 2014

WHILE Hope Factory Racing rider Rob Jebb, formerly of Bingley, was winning the Three Peaks Cyclo-Cross race for the 11th time, there was plenty of drama happening behind him.

Horizon on track for glory

Craven Herald: Horizon Taekwondo Academy, who finished ninth out of 69 teams at the British National Taekwondo Championships at Manchester Velodrome

12:07pm Thursday 2nd October 2014

CULLINGWORTH’S Ellie Bowden and Silsden’s Charlotte Banks and Jamie Simpson-Kidd have helped Horizon Taekwondo Academy to finish an impressive ninth out of 69 teams at the British National Taekwondo Championships at Manchester Velodrome.

Frankie keeps success in Wainman familiy

Craven Herald: CHAMPION: Frankie Wainman Junior, Junior shows off his prizes after winning the National Ministox title

10:34am Thursday 2nd October 2014

FRANKIE Wainman Junior, Junior has won his second National Ministox Championship title in three seasons.

Lock, stock and two smoking trials bikes

Craven Herald: BUS BOYS: Action at a previous Red Bull City Trial on Deansgate in Manchester

12:25pm Thursday 2nd October 2014

DOUGIE Lampkin and seven of his trials riding colleagues will certainly make the weekly shop in Manchester a lot more interesting on Saturday.

Skipton relay team smash district record

Craven Herald: Pictured with the A&W Shield after winning the girls 4x2 individual medley are, from left, Skipton Swimming Club’s Millie Sharpe, Becky Lund, Ellie Phillips and Lauren Hanson.

11:12am Thursday 2nd October 2014

SKIPTON swimmers impressed in the third Airedale & Wharfedale District Amateur Swimming Association Gala at Aireborough Leisure Centre.

Double delight as Ermysted's take two National Schools Fell Running titles

Craven Herald: Louis Hudson

11:26am Tuesday 30th September 2014

ERMYSTED’S had another great day on the fells as they clinched two titles in the National Schools Fell Running Championships at Mytholmroyd on Sunday.

Late missed conversion hands Harlequins victory

Craven Herald: Prop Danny Whitaker's early try put Quins ahead

12:27pm Thursday 25th September 2014

Greetland All Rounders A 20 Cowling Harlequins ARLFC 22

Pethybridge is prize guy again after sudden death success

Craven Herald: Rabbits final, left to right: Paul Kilner and Daniel Pethybridge

9:13am Thursday 25th September 2014

FRESH from his victory in the CIHR trophy, Daniel Pethybridge claimed another top prize at Skipton Golf Club in the Rabbits Knockout final.

Parker win helps chances of knocking Wright off his perch

Craven Herald:

9:10am Thursday 25th September 2014

SKIPTON Winter League competitors found the conditions almost ideal for the second match fished on the gas works length of the canal at Silsden on Sunday.

Scott doubles up – after 45-year wait

Craven Herald: David Scott shows off the Skipton Merit trophy alongside runner-up Ian Bernard, right, and Skipton League president Warren Burnett. It is the second time Scott has won the title – 45 years after his first success in the competition

10:29am Thursday 18th September 2014

A BIT of bowls history was made with the completion of the much-delayed Skipton Merit at the SPF green.

Mason and Hopkinson complete BOFRA title double for Wharfedale Harriers

Craven Herald: Ted Mason spalshe his way to victory at Muker Show Picture: Andy Holden

8:33am Thursday 11th September 2014

APPLETREEWICK'S Ted Mason has been crowned as BOFRA senior men's champion after winning the Muker ShowRace last Wednesday.

Skipton Craven's Faye Ellis produces a masterful display in British Crown Green Junior Masters

Craven Herald:

8:43am Thursday 11th September 2014

The future of Yorkshire Crown Green Bowling looked extremely good on Saturday when Faye Ellis, a 14-year-old from Skipton Craven, reached the final of the British Crown Green Ladies Junior Merit at Poynton Sports Club, Cheshire.

Lucy Eaton and Chris Payne win trophies at Skipton

Craven Herald: Brooksbank finalists Lucy Eaton and Sarah Coy

8:34am Thursday 11th September 2014

As the season draws to a close the finals of the clubs match play knockouts got under way over a busy weekend at Skipton Golf Club. First up was the ladies Brooksbank final which was contested by Lucy Eaton and Sarah Coy.

Walsh produces a fine display to beat Hargreaves in final

Craven Herald: Veterans Handicap Final President Warren Burnett, runner up David Jacques, winner Michael Claxton, Supporter Roy Sanderson. (10144021)

8:34am Thursday 11th September 2014

CRAIG Walsh of Crosshills A won the Macpherson Paints Norman Johnston Trophy Final at Addingham.

Bradley cyclist Jamie Ridehalgh sprints to his biggest victory yet victory in Tickhill Grand Prix

Craven Herald:

6:00am Thursday 4th September 2014

JAMIE Ridehalgh secured the biggest win of his career in the Tickhill Grand Prix in Doncaster last Sunday.

Ghyll youngsters are champions of Pendle Summer League

Craven Herald:

4:50am Thursday 4th September 2014

Ghyll’s Juniors completed a successful year by winning the Pendle Summer League.

Danielle's delighted with silver

Craven Herald: Danielle Brown competing against Naomi Jones at Nottingham

3:55pm Wednesday 3rd September 2014

DANIELLE Brown, who is now training just once a week compared to six times due to her declassification and setting up her own business, won a silver medal last weekend at the Nottingham Building Society GB National Series Finals.

Another golden performance from Andy Hodge at World Rowing Championships

Craven Herald: Alex Greggory, Mohamed Sbihi, George Nash and Andrew Triggs Hodge, far right, of the Great Britain Men's Four after winning the final

4:25pm Sunday 31st August 2014

HEBDEN'S Andy Triggs Hodge MBE added another World Championship gold medal to his collection in Amsterdam.

Ermysted's student Herbie Farnworth is a fast learner in Australia

Craven Herald:

10:59am Thursday 28th August 2014

Fourteen-year-old Herbie Farnworth has been making a big impression playing rugby league in Australia.

Jimmy Craig storms to victory in Gargrave Fell Race

Craven Herald: Senior Fell race winner Jimmy Craig from Hellifield

7:04pm Friday 22nd August 2014

THE fell races at Gargrave Show are going from strength to strength with competitor numbers increasing each year.

Hebden's Andy Hodge chases World Championship rowing gold in Amsterdam

Craven Herald:

9:57am Thursday 21st August 2014

Hebden's Andy Hodge has arrived in Amsterdam ready to compete for Great Britain at the Rowing World Championships from Sunday through to August 31st.

Crosshills pip Cononley for Skipton Bowls League championship

Craven Herald: Phil Dowgill has qualified for the Brighouse Classic

8:13am Thursday 21st August 2014

CROSSHILLS A have won the Walker Foster Division One title after pipping long-time leaders Cononley A in the final round of fixtures.

Former world champion Lampkin shows off his skills

Craven Herald: (9234817)

10:04am Thursday 14th August 2014

A TRIALS biking legend from Silsden staged his annual 'skills school' at the weekend.

Mason pipped by Bailey in Arncliffe Gala Race

Craven Herald: Ted Mason was second

9:13am Thursday 14th August 2014

RUNNERS and supporters were blessed with a beautiful day at Arncliffe Gala for the 11th BOFRA championship race of the season.

No hard feelings from Scott Thwaites as he hails Kiwi rival who pipped him to Commonwealth Games silver medal

Craven Herald: Scott Thwaites is pipped to the silver medal on the finishing line by New Zealand's Jack Bauer, left

9:38am Thursday 7th August 2014

SCOTT Thwaites has revealed how the rider that pipped him for the Commonwealth Games silver medal in the men’s road race helped him to a home victory in 2011.

Former Ermysted's student wins bronze in Commonwealth Games road race

Craven Herald: England's Scott Thwaites with his bronze medal

9:10am Thursday 7th August 2014

FORMER Ermysted's student Scott Thwaites had mixed feelings after winning bronze in the men’s road race.

Golf results

12:55pm Thursday 24th July 2014

THERE were some excellent scores in the monthly medal at Settle over the weekend.

Hodge is looking forward to World Championships

Craven Herald: Golden boy:  Andy Hodge

10:04am Thursday 24th July 2014

ANDY Hodge's unbeaten GB men's four crew are preparing for their biggest test to date.

Peat fails to bog down young runners in Cracoe Fell Race

Craven Herald: The first three home Pictures:

9:16am Thursday 24th July 2014

IT WAS was the younger runners who showed everyone the way at this year’s Cracoe Fell Race.

It's Wayne world as he lands specimen bream

10:55am Wednesday 23rd July 2014

PERCH once again formed the bulk of catches when the second Skipton Angling Association match in a series of three was fished on Whinnygill Reservoir.

Wilkinson hits the heights in Italy

9:24am Wednesday 23rd July 2014

VICTORIA Wilkinson from Hebden competed in her first Sky Running Mountain Series Race at the weekend in the spectacular Italian Dolomites.

Williams delighted to see cycling riding high after Tour de France success

Craven Herald: A  breakway of seven riders heads for Kidstones

10:38am Thursday 10th July 2014

CRAVEN cycling professional Pete Williams believes the huge success of the Tour de France provide a massive boost for cycling.

Otterburn's Newbould sparkles in Spain

Craven Herald: Eddie Newbould was picked for GB

10:32am Thursday 10th July 2014

WHILE the Tour de France has understandably taken pole position in the media stakes, almost slipping under the radar has been another great sporting classic involving cycling, namely the World Duathlon Championships in Spain where Malhamdale’s Eddie Newbould produced a very worthy international debut for Great Britain.

Settle are the national champions

Craven Herald: Picture shows (Bottom row, left to right) Niamh Benson, Emma Kayley, Emily Corns, Hannah Newbold.(Top row, left to right) Jasmine Pennent, Katie Askew, Katie Handford, Emily Campbell, Olivia Akrigg, Joules Thompson, Lucy Dean, Ellie Dugdale, Georgina Pind

10:32am Thursday 10th July 2014

DETERMINED Settle College girls beat off tough competition to take the title National Rugby League Champions 2014.

Live STAGE 2 LIVE BLOG: The Tour de France heads through Addingham, Silsden, Keighley, Haworth, Stanbury and Oxenhope

Craven Herald: Cathedral

8:10am Sunday 6th July 2014

More than a million spectators lined the route from Leeds to Harrogate yesterday for the Grand Depart and a million more will be out in force on stage two today as the Tour de France peloton once again snakes it's way through the Bradford district on its way from York to Sheffield.

Mason fells his rivals at Kirkby

Craven Herald: Will Thompson of Wharfedale Harriers

10:44am Thursday 3rd July 2014

WHARFEDALE Harriers’ Ted Mason scored another clear win in the Kirkby Gala Fell Race on Saturday.

Hot-shot Bridges lands Great Britain selection

Craven Herald: Joshua Bridges is heading for World Championships

10:34am Thursday 3rd July 2014

SIXTEEN-year-old hot shot Joshua Bridges has won a place in the Great Britain Fitasc Junior Clay shooting team

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