Expanded programme: Entries are now officially open for a bumper 2016 Lincoln Festival of Cycling and brand new Sportive event as the annual city centre race series enters its 61st year.
Thursday, November 5
Tuesday, November 3
Fighting star: A 13-year-old Lincoln pupil has returned home after winning three medals at the world kickboxing championships.
Tuesday, October 13
Giant Lincoln: Doddington Hall has partnered with major cycling brand Giant to open the county’s biggest cycling store and cafe.
Wednesday, September 23
Successful year: A 13-year-old Powerboat racer from Lincoln has secured three silver medals, beating stiff competition from Britain and Europe.
Saturday, September 19
Sports evening: Lincoln boxing fans were treated to a special evening as former heavyweight world champion David Haye was the star guest at a packed charity dinner.
Monday, September 14
Football violence: Three Boreham Wood fans have been arrested and bailed in relation to football disorder after a match with Lincoln City FC.
Wednesday, September 2
Silver medal: A Lincoln school student secured his first international Powerboat racing medal after a fantastic performance against his rivals from across Europe.
Tuesday, September 1
Champion in Lincoln: One of Britain’s brightest talents has returned to the Lincoln boxing club where he won his first ever amateur trophy.
Saturday, August 29
More officers: There is an increased police presence in Lincoln ahead of a popular football match against Grimsby.
Thursday, August 6
Multi-medallist: A Lincoln College student who travelled to Los Angeles to compete in the Special Olympics World Games has returned with a gold medal around his neck.
Tuesday, August 4
Polio awareness: Paralympic medalist James Crisp made a splash at a Lincoln shopping centre to raise awareness of Polio.
Monday, August 3
Economic benefits revealed: More than £2 million was brought into Lincolnshire’s economy by hosting the British Cycling National Road Race Championships in June.
Wednesday, July 29
Special visit: Fans and aspiring athletes will get the chance to meet Paralympic gold medalist James Crisp when he visits Lincoln.
Tuesday, July 28
Flying the ribbon: Lincoln student Andrew McLaughlin is running up to fly the flag for Great Britain at the Special Olympic World Games.
Howzat?: Sports teams in Lincoln will benefit from new and refurbished facilities on one of the busiest recreation areas in the city.