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Time travel, rock stars and chilli peppers

Not so many posts for Week 34, but it was the week after the bank holiday and some of the regulars are busy travelling or getting back into the routine after travelling. And less posts mean that you have time

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Well Done Andy

This week Peter Olding blogs about Andy Murray winning the men’s Wimbledon Tennis Championships, and the subsequent call from the Prime Minister for Andy to receive a knighthood for his achievements. Peter discusses the debate which followed this suggestion and

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Posted in celebrity, national government, special events, sports, tennis

So much more than numbers

Are there 5 or 6 new contributors to Week 2 of Weekly Blog Club’s Year 2? I lost track – but I can tell you that there have been 10 first-time contributors in the first 2 weeks of this year.

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The Sporting Wag’s 2013 Sport Calendar

Hannah Chia writes about all what sporting events should be the highlights in her sports year. For those of you who have read Hannah’s posts before, it will come as no surprise which sport features most. The Sporting Wag’s 2013

Posted in football, rugby, tennis

Sporting Summer Round Up

Hannah Chia, AKA Sporting Wag, returns after a short break with a week 43 post about the people who were at the centre of the great sporting moments of the the last few months. You do remember Summer don’t you?

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Posted in celebrity, cycling, festival, media, Olympics, Paralympics, special events, sports, swimming, tennis

Storms, force and flowers

Thanks very much to Louise Brown who looked after Weekly Blog Club for Week 27, people contributed 17 posts, 5 or 6 more than we have had in the preceding few weeks. I should take a break more often! Louise also

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Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova Do Women A Disservice

Hannah writes about the issue of equal prize money for male and female tennis players. Serena Williams & Maria Sharapova Do Women A Disservice by Hannah Chia

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