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Tuesday 15 September 2009
If the doubters, and there are many of them, think the 2102 Olympic Games will be a failure they should look just five miles from the old-fashioned donkey rides, Punch and Judy show, and sand sculptures on the beach at Weymouth south to what is British sailing’s new-fashioned Wimbledon or Wembley.
Tuesday 15 September 2009
If the doubters, and there are many of them, think the 2012 Olympic Games will be a failure they should look just five miles from the old-fashioned donkey rides, Punch and Judy show, and sand sculptures on the beach at Weymouth south to what is British sailing’s new-fashioned Wimbledon or Wembley.
Thursday 10 September 2009
Britain was back in medal winning form on the water today as Nick Dempsey won the RS-X Windsurfer World Championship on the new Olympic track in Weymouth.
Thursday 27 August 2009
Relief mixed with jubilation characterised Paul Goodison's win at the Laser World Championships in Halifax, Nova Scotia. And emphatically underlining the strength in depth of Britain's Olympic sailing squad was a bronze for the 23-year old Nick Thompson.
Thursday 13 August 2009
A cyclist who knocked down an 84-year-old pedestrian who later died has been jailed for seven months.
Monday 27 July 2009
Thursday 09 July 2009
Wednesday 24 June 2009
Reigning Olympic champion Paul Goodison yesterday notched up his third gold medal at this year's principle Olympic regattas when he blitzed the singlehanded Laser fleet at the world cup series in Keil, Germany.
Tuesday 23 June 2009
Saturday 13 June 2009
Order of the British Empire
Saturday 13 June 2009
A seaside barbecue is great fun and you can get a lot more inspiration from your local fishmonger's slab than from the usual selection of pre-packed sausages, burgers and kebabs in supermarkets. If you have ever eaten fantastic fresh fish by the sea in Italy, Greece or Spain, more often than not it's been cooked over charcoal. I've just recently bought a great portable barbecue, the Coleman Perfect Flow Grill Stove (£69.99), from the Dorset Leisure Centre in Charmouth (01297 560473). It runs on a small gas bottle and folds up neatly to pop in the boot of the car.
Monday 11 May 2009
What are you wearing right now?
A Titus Andronicus T-shirt, some black jeans, a striped jacket and a headscarf that keeps blowing off in the wind.
Tuesday 28 April 2009
Friday 24 April 2009
Two years before Britain's Olympic sailing squad bagged six medals in China last year, the Project 2012 team held its first council of war at the south coast headquarters of the Royal Yachting Association. In the south of France this week, Britain's formidable team of maritime musketeers, falling over each other to throw down gauntlets, gathered to begin a three-year journey that aims to turn Weymouth, better known for kiss me quick hats and donkey rides round sculptures in the sands, into a sporting fortress.
Friday 27 February 2009
From restoring old cars to restoring an old racing yacht and then sailing (no, make that racing) it solo, non-stop round the world, Steve White has more than lived up to a billing that described him as living a dream. While all the big-ticket competitors were signing autographs and smiling into television cameras at the start of the Vendée Globe, the 36-year old from Weymouth was working flat out in solitary splendour on the public quay. Three of his four children, Jason, Isaac and Euan, and wife Kim were on hand to watch and work; the fourth, Eryn, was at home in Dorchester studying for GCSEs. Money was tight, time was short, and the first hurdle was to make the start line on time. The finish line was just an unlikely dream. Still wielding spanners and screwdrivers, he made it, though the repair toolbox was to be his constant companion.
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