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Posted 19 January 2013
The first two things that spring to my mind when thinking fencing (besides what's at the bottom of your garden!) might be Antonio Banderas in the film Mask of Zorro or possibly Dogtanian the swashbuckling cartoon dog from....
Posted 31 December 2012
Posted 28 December 2012
English rugby has had its ups and downs. An interesting and slightly depressing fact (for an Englishman) is that our first ever game was a loss against Scotland back in 1871. Thankfully things have progressed since then...
Posted 27 December 2012
Remember when you where younger and flew a one of those little triangular kites at the beach? It either wasn't windy enough so you had to run about 100 mph backwards just get it off the ground or was so windy it was only a matter of time before....
Posted 02 December 2012
Part of Britain’s golden summer and one quarter of the men’s coxless four Olympic championship winning team, Alex Gregory’s star is on the rise and here at Chess London we are proud to dress another Olympic athlete.
Ask any man on the street to name a rower and it’s Sir Steve Redgrave who’s named nine times out of 10; the other time it’s probably Steve’s multiple Gold winning partner in crime, Sir Matthew Pincent.
Posted 21 October 2012