The Birmingham 2022 Queen’s Baton Relay is spending 2 days in Yorkshire region during its 25-day tour of England in the final countdown to the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games The Baton will visit Hull: When: Wednesday 13 July, please arrive by 07.30amWhere: 8am - the Baton will arrive outside of the new ARCO building and proceeds into the Deep as it is submerged in a tank with a Batonbearer diver 8.20am – the Baton is then carried…

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Lea Sibova

Kingston Swimmers Go For Gold!

After 18 months of pools opening and closing and finally opening again, Kingston Upon Hull swimmers proved that they have what it takes to keep focused and committed to their sport at the Yorkshire Swimming Association Winter Competition 2021. Over two weekends in October at Leeds and Sheffield the club welcomed an impressive haul of medals across a range of age-groups and events There were stand-out performances from some of KUHSC’s youngest swimmers, notably Lea…


Hull Saints Football Club

Hull Saints Football Club was formed in 2013 and has a unique background. Initially the club competed in the Yorkshire Christian League but since 2020-21 season competes in the East Riding Counties League.  From its foundation as a church connect group the club has developed into a growing community club with fa charter standard status.  The new kits for the season ahead were produced by local business Lammy Sports and their logo appropriately is a rams head…


Yorkshire Wolds proposed for Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

Natural England is today announcing that the Yorkshire Wolds is to be considered for status as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). Securing this designation would allow the area to benefit from greater protections, so that more of England's beautiful landscapes are safeguarded for future generations. The Yorkshire Wolds forms an arc of high, gently rolling hills extending from the Humber Estuary west of Hull, to the North Sea coast at Flamborough Head, north…

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Russ Barber

Top Coach’s Quest for a Hull Olympian!

Russ Barber, one of the UK's most successful performance swimming coaches, is returning to his home ground of Hull to become Director of Swimming at Kingston Upon Hull Swimming Club. Barber has produced multiple Olympians, Commonwealth Games champions and hundreds of national champions. He has coached on over 30 Great Britain teams including the Olympic Games in Beijing, London and Rio, World and European Championships as well as 2 Commonwealth Games. Born and bred in…