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BUCS Nationals 2019 | Sunday Roundup | Record Championship for University of Nottingham

The 2019 BUCS Nationals championships will go down as the most successful individual championships in University of Nottingham history with 20 medals, including 8 golds. Following 3 days of action, across 7 sports and with 148 University of Nottingham students competing it is remarkable to see how far everyone has pushed themselves. There have been …

BUCS Nationals 2019 | Super Saturday Roundup | Goldrush at the Games for the Green and Gold

The beginning of Super Saturday saw the introduction of the Judo and the Karate to the range of medal opportunities for UoN Sport. The challenge had already been set the previous evening, with a plethora of outstanding performances including multiple PB’s and a Gold medal for Hayley Mills in the 60m. That challenge was duly accepted …

BUCS Nationals 2019 | Friday Roundup | Golden start for the University of Nottingham

The first day of competition in the hotly anticipated 2019 BUCS National Championships did not disappoint. Following a short trip up the motorway from Nottingham, it was down to business for some of the 148 athletes who will compete at the Championships for the University of Nottingham over the next few days. Over the course …

The Headliner | Final Thoughts

We are less than 24 hours till the first centre pass of The Headliner where the University of Nottingham Netball 1st Team will compete against our varsity rivals Nottingham Trent 1stteam, in a competitive BUCS league fixture as both teams compete for top of the league and a promotion into the premier league. Spectators are getting …

UoN Sport Scholar in Focus – Emily Hollingworth

Wednesday 7th November will see the University of Nottingham Netball 1s face Nottingham Trent 1s in a BUCS league fixture as both teams compete for the league title and ultimately promotion into the BUCS Northern Premier League. The game is set to featureUoN Netball Scholar, Emily Hollingworth, who has recently signed for Loughborough Lighting since …

Premier Squash League to return to University of Nottingham for 2018/19 season

Premier Squash League is back with a bang and University of Nottingham will be challenging in the new look format when the new season gets underway in September. Organised by England Squash, the Premier Squash League is the top domestic professional team league. Each match night will see 5 fixtures played, 4 male, 1 female, …

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. …

Tri Campus Games | Opening Ceremony & Day 1

The 10th Anniversary of the Tri Campus Games officially got underway today following the opening ceremony on Sunday evening at University Park Campus, Nottingham. 180 athletes representing University of Nottingham’s three international campuses (Team UK, Team China and Team Malaysia) sat together to listen to an opening address from Tournament Director, Steve Farey and a …

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: 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, …