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Throwback Thursday: Men’s Mental Health in Sport Talk

On Thursday 17 March, the Men’s Health Active ran their first Men’s Mental Health in Sport Talk and what an incredible evening it was. The team had 3 male students/alumni come in to share their lived experience of ill mental health at the university and how this intersected with their performance sport. As an initiative, …

Scholar in Focus: Simran Kaur

Recently, you may have seen that the University of Nottingham was brilliantly represented at the BUCS Nationals event in Sheffield from the 18th to the 20th February. One of our top performers across the weekend was Simran Kaur, who claimed a gold medal in the 60M T46 Sprint on the Friday evening. Simran is a …

Getting the best out of your Sport & Fitness Membership in 2022!

With the majority of students now returned to campus and well underway with term two, we wanted to provide a reminder of all that’s on offer with UoN Sport. From access to our fantastic campus-wide facilities, to being able to utilise the knowledge of our expert fitness team, you can #FindYourActive this year without leaving …

A year in review: 2021

2021 has most definitely been a year of two halves for everyone at the University of Nottingham Sport, but also a very successful year. Having started the year in lockdown, we are so grateful to have seen the #GreenandGold return to campus, fitness facilities and sports fields over the last five to six months. We …

What is Rugby Minds?

Rugby Minds is a campaign at the University of Nottingham aiming to better the player welfare and club culture within the men’s, women’s and IMS rugby clubs. This is a campaign run by students for the students!    Who’s on the Committee?  Rei Crookes is the Rugby Minds Ambassador and leads the committee Chloe Vinestock …

International Day of Persons with a Disability: Tim Jeffery

International Day of Persons with Disabilities (3 December 2021) is an international campaign which aims to promote an understanding of disability issues and mobilise support for the dignity, rights and well-being of persons with disabilities. It also seeks to increase awareness of gains to be derived from the integration of persons with disabilities in every …

International Day of Persons with a Disability: Sophie Unwin

International Day of Persons with Disabilities (3 December 2021) is an international campaign which aims to promote an understanding of disability issues and mobilise support for the dignity, rights and well-being of persons with disabilities. It also seeks to increase awareness of gains to be derived from the integration of persons with disabilities in every …

What is Men’s Health Active?

The Men’s Health Active initiative is a program run by University of Nottingham Sport. It’s for students, it’s run by students, and it’s implemented university-wide by a team of passionate students. We are all working towards one goal: a near-future where male-identifying students can use sport and talking to augment their mental health, without stigma, …

Inclusive Sport Scholar Spotlight: Martha Evans

In celebration of International Day of Persons with Disabilities, the Disability Sport Team at the University of Nottingham has teamed up with some of our fantastic scholars. Harry Manship, Disability Sport Ambassador, speaks to Martha Evans to give you an exclusive insight into a day in her life as an elite student athlete. The day …

4 Reasons to get involved in Engage Inclusive Sessions

This week marks the beginning of the Engage Inclusive Sports Sessions as part of Be U Week! They give disabled students the opportunity to get involved in a wide array of new sports and meet new people. The week includes sessions from sports like Badminton, Powerlifting, Handball, Triathlon, Wheelchair Basketball and many more. They are …