PLENTY of famous sportsmen and women have been assoicated with Sussex over the decades and we picture some of them here today.

Fatima Whitbread is pictured standing on the edge of a running track in Brighton in 1990.

She is a former world champion and world record holder.

Fatima broke the javelin world record with a throw of 77.44m in the qualifying round of the 1986 European Championships, where she also won the final, and became world champion in 1987.

The same year she was voted BBC Sports Personality of the Year.

She was also known for her rivalry with fellow British javelin thrower Tessa Sanderson, who won the gold medal at the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles.

Do you know which running track Fatima is standing on and what the occasion was?

Rupert Webb’s cricket career was delayed by the Second World War but he made his debut for Sussex in 1948 and was a regular player, until he retired at the end of 1960.

Rupert, pictured left, became an actor and model once he retired from the game.

He played the father of Hugh Grant’s jilted bride Duckface in Four Weddings And A Funeral

Boxer Tommy Wallis is also pictured here in Brighton in 1992 along with veteran runner Mavis Williams.

We hope some of our readers can tell us a little more about these two.

Still on the sporting theme, we have two shots of Harry Vinall, The Argus’s oldest newsboy, taken at Hove County Cricket Ground in the 1960s.

Do you have any memories of Mr Vinall? If so, we’d love to hear them.