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Neil Beck
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Neil edited XtraTime magazine across all 11 issues from September 2015 to the spring of 2017. He is a vastly-experienced West Country sports journalist who cut his teeth at the Wiltshire Gazette & Herald before moving on to become head of sport at Bath News & Media.

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Jan 27, 2017    0
Downhill mountain biking, staged on steep, rough terrain and featuring hair-raising jumps and drops, is not for the faint-hearted. Former Steiner School pupil Laurie Greenland's career in the...
Jan 19, 2017    0
Four inspirational runners will be among the thousands taking to the streets when the Simplyhealth Great Bristol 10k and Family Mile is staged on Sunday, May 7. The event was launched at...
Jan 17, 2017    0
Southampton said he was too small, his local corner shop didn’t want him and, when he reached the Premier League, he suffered a serious injury on his debut. Footballer and business owner Tyrone...
Dec 20, 2016    0
Great Britain's rowers reigned supreme at Rio's Lagoa Rodrigo de Freitas in August, securing three gold medals and two silvers to top the sport's Olympic medal table for the third Games in...
Dec 20, 2016    0
British golf’s 20-year wait for a winner at Augusta finally came to an end when Danny Willett donned the famous green jacket following his Masters success. The Yorkshireman capitalised on on last-...
Dec 16, 2016    0
Max Whitlock led the way as Great Britain's gymnasts enjoyed their best-ever Olympic Games in Rio. The 23-year-old ended his country's wait for a gold medal in the sport with victory in the men's...
Dec 16, 2016    0
An emotional embrace at the men’s triathlon finish line proved to be one of the most iconic moments of Rio 2016 as siblings Alistair and Jonathan Brownlee claimed gold and silver respectively for...
Dec 16, 2016    0
Newlyweds Laura and Jason Kenny took their household tally of Olympic golds to an incredible ten with five victories between them in Rio as Team GB’s cyclists dominated the track programme with 11...
Dec 16, 2016    0
"World Cup winner Lewis Moody, who now lives in Bradford on Avon following a career that saw him win 21 caps and skipper his country, looks at the difference that Eddy Jones has made to Engalnd....
Dec 16, 2016    0
British victories in the men's final at Wimbledon are seemingly like buses, you wait 77 years for one and then two arrive in the space of the next three. All of which is down to the brilliance of...

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