Eddie Bilbey collapsed in the ring at a boxing match and died when he arrived at the hospital.
How did "mud running" become the fastest growing mass participation sport in the UK?
BBC News takes a look at what happened next for some of the sports stars of yesteryear.
Republic of Ireland defender Cyrus Christie says it was difficult coming on as substitute for Seamus Coleman who suffered a broken leg against Wales.
Olympic champion Adam Peaty puts party time in the past as he reflects on a career that nearly did not get started.
The inquest heard Kymberley Holden was prescribed OxyNorm to help her deal with severe pain in her right leg.
A rower, a bursting butcher's shop and an immigrant family are among 165 years of photographs going on display.
It is said to be the only one of its type uncovered in the UK and thought to date from AD 164.
Workers were told to stop cutting down trees "immediately" according to the local authority.
Darshit Tanna "grabbed her breast twice" while she was trying to help him, the court heard.
The UK's biggest collection of historic trams needs to raise about £200,000 to protect them from bad weather.
Derby County defender Jason Shackell is to miss the rest of the Championship season following surgery on a back injury.
Rochdale keep their League One play-off hopes alive with a victory that pushed Chesterfield closer to relegation.
Adam Peaty says the chance to become the first British swimmer to defend an Olympic title is driving him towards Tokyo 2020.
The boy collapsed in the ring at a boxing tournament and died when he arrived at hospital.
Derbyshire abandon their regular pre-season tour to sunnier climes and opt to stay closer to home to hone their skills.
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BT apologises and agrees to repay telecoms firms for delays in installing high-speed lines.
A third of homebuyers in England have to rely on money from their family, says a new report.
Two firms who lost out on decommissioning 12 nuclear sites will get £97.5m compensation.
The Bank of England tells the UK's biggest banks to prepare for a range of challenges.
Farmers, supermarkets and suppliers call on Theresa May to secure a free trade deal with the EU.
EU competition Commission makes approval of chemical industry merger conditional on sale of assets.
The billionaire says UK business success lies beyond Europe because "that's the fast-growing bit".
Sterling hits a seven-week dollar high after Donald Trump suffers a setback in Congress.
MTR will run one of the UK's biggest franchises, along with majority stakeholder First Group.
Two girls travelling on a pass for employees' guests were barred from a flight for wearing leggings.
An oil exploration firm makes what it is describing as the "largest undeveloped discovery" in UK waters.
Oil Services company Wood Group secures a £40m contract to deliver energy services to two North Sea platforms.
Major oil producers consider a six-month extension to production cuts in a fresh bid to boost prices.
Messaging apps which are encrypted must be accessible to those fighting terror, the home secretary says.
The UK's new 12-sided £1 coins will be rolled out on Tuesday - but are we ready?
The boss of floor tiles firm Amtico in Coventry says Brexit is not affecting his company's strategy.
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The billionaire is advising on regulations, including pressing for a change in an E.P.A. rule that has cost an oil refinery he’s invested in millions of dollars.
Efforts to overhaul the world’s No. 2 economy have “fallen into stalemate,” contends a report that chastises national policy makers and local officials.
British lawmakers will meet with American tech representatives as part of a wider push to get Silicon Valley to do more to tackle potential threats.
If an agreement is struck, the Texas-based carrier could gain better access to the growing ranks of Chinese tourists looking to cross the Pacific.
After a high in February, the Consumer Confidence Index is expected to fall slightly. Across the Atlantic, Britain will formally begin its “Brexit” on Wednesday.
Ms. Green is unusual for a number of reasons: She never worked at a venture capital firm before starting her own, and she’s a woman in a male-dominated field.
As Congress acts to roll back regulations limiting access to consumer data, several states are considering laws that could have a wide impact.
Companies have difficulty controlling where their ads appear because of the largely automated nature of online advertising.
The president spent part of this weekend at one of his golf clubs and in a restaurant at one of his hotels, part of a pattern of visits to properties that bear his name.
Small-business owners have been among the Affordable Care Act’s most vocal opponents, but demolishing it without putting new guardrails in place is not, for most, the ideal outcome.
Fox News is a singular force, crafting a searing narrative about what’s happening in the world for millions of viewers, including President Trump.
The online retailing giant is trying to bring its own formula to traditional retailing. If it is successful, it could change how all stores operate.
An attack late last year targeting more than 20 Polish banks suggests that hackers linked to North Korea are becoming more sophisticated and brazen.
With enough success, these businesses go from enabling transactions to controlling entire economies. But these raised stakes also create tensions that are becoming harder to ignore.
Iran accused the companies, many of them military contractors, of human rights violations and of cooperating with Israel.
The court, in ruling against a domestic phone maker, overturned a ban on selling iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus phones in China.
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