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Blog: Get to know our Tri Campus Games Ultimate team

In the latest blog from Ningbo, the UK Ultimate team tell us more about their sport and their Tri Campus Games experience. Tell us a little a bit about your sport… Ultimate Frisbee is probably the least well-known sport at the Tri Campus Games, so it’s great to have been given the opportunity to represent …

Blog: Tri Campus Games teams head out for cultural day

With two days of fierce competition completed, the 2017 Tri Campus Games schedule allowed for a short break in play and the chance to visit some of China’s best cultural sites. In our blog, the Team UK Women’s Football team tell us about their experience so far: So far the we’ve really enjoyed the games. …

Blog: Fixtures get underway at the 2017 Tri Campus Games

This week, 120 students from all three of the University of Nottingham international campuses have come together for the annual Tri Campus Games. A sports competition featuring eight different discplines, the event theme is ‘Friendship through Sport’ and includes an opening and closing ceremony as well as cultural visits. Hosted in 2017 at our Ningbo …

Tri Campus Games 2016: the results are in…

By Hannah Webber Back in early June, 180 students from Nottingham, China and Malaysia  came together under the heat of the Malaysian sun to compete over four days and eight sports for the Tri Campus crown. A few weeks down the line and all of the University of Nottingham students have had time to digest …

Things are hotting up in Malaysia

Chris Morris one of Team UK’s volleyball players gives us his commentary of Tri Campus Games 2016, so far. Day 3 in the jungle… and the contestants are starting to feel the full effects of Malaysia’s heat and humidity. It was our hottest day yet with temperatures reaching highs of 39 degrees celsius and every …

Kicking off Tri Campus Games in style

Written by Will Stanley from Team UK, Football team Having now settled into Malaysia with the other athletes there is one thing that definitely comes to all our minds – it’s well hot, maybe too hot. The Malaysian weather does not mess around, even the rain here tries to batter you. Despite this, I have …

The Tri Campus Games are back and bigger than ever

By Ellie Hill, Team UK Volleyball player & flag bearer Who would have thought that after playing Football since I was six years old, I would be jetting off to the University of Nottingham’s Malaysia Campus, to play… wait for it… Volleyball! That’s right, Team UK are in Malaysia competing against Team China and Team Malaysia …

Top 12 Moments of 2015!

UoN Sport hope you had a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! We can’t wait to see what the year ahead has in store, so we thought now is a great time to reflect on some of our achievements of 2015. Here are our top 12 moments – one for every month! 1.January – 200 local …

Friday at #TCG2015

The big news on the night! WHOOO! TEAM MALAYSIA CLAIM THE #TCG2015 TROPHY FOR THE FIRST TIME. Incredible scenes #MAKINGHISTORY pic.twitter.com/nWzFBi0Abv — UoN Sport (@UoNSport) June 26, 2015 Team China’s Weiyu Chen takes the Female Spirit Award Team China's Weiyu Chen takes the female spirit award #TCG2015 pic.twitter.com/gRNZ4NTHqR — UoN Sport (@UoNSport) June 26, 2015 …

Tri Campus Games: Day 3

With the Tri Campus Games reaching the penultimate day of the competition, the intensity has remained high. Teams UK, China and Malaysia have all been striving for victory as the number of fixtures left to play have been steadily decreasing: it was all to play for on Day 3, with each team wanting a piece …