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University of Nottingham announced as BUCS Squash Individuals Championship host for 2018 and 2019

The University of Nottingham are proud to announce that the BUCS Individual Squash Championships will be returning to Nottingham for 2018 and 2019 after winning the right to host the Championships. The championships will last 3 days and will be hosted across the World Class facilities at David Ross Sports Village and Nottingham Squash Rackets …

European Universities Games Coimbra 2018 Competitor Blog – Lucy Gillbanks

The European Universities Games  2018 – EUSA Games (EUG) is well underway in Coimbra, Portugal. University of Nottingham is represented at the games by  21 athletes and 4 coaches across Table Tennis, Badminton and Rowing. Over the course of the games UoN athletes will be posting their experiences of the games in a number of blogs. …

European Universities Games Coimbra 2018 Competitor Blog – James Youle

The European Universities Games  2018 – EUSA Games (EUG) is underway in Coimbra, Portugal. University of Nottingham is represented at the game by  21 athletes and 4 coaches across Table Tennis, Badminton and Rowing. Over the course of the games UoN athletes will be leaving their experiences of the games in a number of blogs. First …

Countdown to the 10th Anniversary of the Tri Campus Games is underway

The 2018 Tri Campus Games will celebrate its 10th Anniversary when the action gets underway in Nottingham on the 24th June. Each year the Tri Campus Games brings together students from the three University of Nottingham campuses (UK, China and Malaysia) to compete against each other in a range of up to 20 specialist sports …

BUCS Big Wednesday – the volunteer experience

Last month, the University of Nottingham hosted BUCS Big Wednesday – the largest team sport event in the University sport calendar. Over 90 volunteers from the University of Nottingham were recruited to support the event, from liaising with teams to officiating matches. Leadership Academy ambassador Becky Beard was one of the many University of Nottingham …

BUCS Big Wednesday: Women’s Table Tennis 2nds defeated in Championship final to Durham

Coming toward the end of the day of BUCS Big Wednesday 2018, we have our final GreenandGold team battling it out to claim BUCS gold! The University of Nottingham Women’s Table Tennis 1s started their preparation for their final match at 7pm in David Ross Sports Village against Durham 1s. Letitia McMullan and Yolanda King  …

BUCS Big Wednesday : UoN strike Table Tennis Gold in the BUCS Championship Final

The last BUCS Big Wednesday Championship match of the day saw UoN Men’s Table Tennis 1s face UCL at 7pm in David Ross Sports Village salle. University of Nottingham entered this match as clear favourites and set out to win a fourth gold medal in a row after  a convincing victories in 2017 in Bath …

BUCS Big Wednesday: Gold for UoN Table Tennis in the Men’s Trophy

University of Nottingham Men’s 2s topped University of Derby 1s, in an East Midlands crunch match, but not without a fight! Mateusz Mikosz, the Green and Gold captain, opened proceedings for the team against Derby’s Number 4, Sam Cox. Cheered on by a lively home crowd, Mikosz produced a golden performance, storming to a 3-0 …

BUCS Big Wednesday: Women’s Badminton lose Championship final by smallest margin

The University of Nottingham Women’s Badminton 1st team faced defending champions Loughborough University at the David Ross Sports Village in the BUCS Championship final in what was an exhilarating encounter. A dominant season from UoN saw them lose only won game, losing 5-3 to this year’s finalists Loughborough in November. At the end of the …

BUCS Big Wednesday: UWE defeat Nottingham once again in Men’s Squash Championship

In the Men’s Championship squash final, University of Nottingham had a mammoth challenge ahead of them, facing UWE – defending champions and undefeated for several seasons. Their star player Marwan Elshorbagy is the current World No #4 at just 24 years old and is fast chasing down brother Mohamed, the current World No #1. However, …