King of the hill: Olympic gold medalist Peter Kennaugh won the 58th University of Lincoln Grand Prix, after a gruelling 13 laps around the city totalling 102 miles.
Sunday, May 12
Thursday, May 2
Running for Lincoln: Taking part in the 10k doesn’t just benefit runners, but the city’s economy, according to a recent survey.
Friday, April 26
County change? Lincoln Ladies has announced it will rebrand to become Notts County ladies as part of plans to play in the next year’s league.
Monday, April 22
Staying on: Lincoln City Football Club have singed manager Gary Simpson for a three-year contract with the team, after he saved them from relegation this season.
Saturday, April 20
Safe in the league: Lincoln City safeguarded their Blue Square Premier League status for the 2013-14 season with a 5-1 win at Hyde on Saturday.
Friday, April 19
Winning streak: Lincoln Muay Thai boxer Leigh Edlin has clinched a prestigious European title held in Birmingham.
Saturday, April 13
Still chances: Lincoln City will know whether their place in the league is secure only on Tuesday after Stockport face Gateshead away, and it could come down to the last day of the season.
Thursday, April 11
Up the Imps: The Lincoln City Board said the Imps are “sitting far too close to the relegation places” ahead of a crucial match against Tamworth on Saturday.
Sunday, April 7
10k fun: The 17th annual Active Nation Lincoln 10K Road Race on Sunday, April 7 saw almost 5,500 people taking part. Here are our photo highlights.
Just over 30min: Ben Livesey from RAF Waddington won the Lincoln 10k in 30 minutes 16 seconds, followed by Richard Brown and Colin Hawkins, while Liz Cocks won the womens race. See photos of all the winners.