• Scintillating Summer For ‘Slow’ Sports

    Joe Hughes argues that COVID-19's disruption of 2020's sporting calendar has opened opportunities for typically 'lower octane' sports to shine...
  • Can the Green and Gold win Varsity for the eighth consecutive year?

    This year’s Varsity kicks off with Super Wednesday at the Lee Westwood Sports Centre on 20th March. Since the inception of the ‘Super’ events in 2016, we have won every single one, home and away. So what will this year’s instalment on Trent’s turf hold? This first event of...
  • UoN Golf win play-off thriller after spirited NTU fightback

    The University of Nottingham (UoN) Golf Team defeated the Nottingham Trent University (NTU) Golf Team in a tense play-off, to win their first official Varsity event and give UoN another Super Wednesday point. In the bright morning sunshine, the Super Wednesday event was kicked off at 9:10 with the...
  • Unacknowledged Administrator: The Man Who Saw Europe’s Potential

    Dan Zeqiri offers us the first instalment of what will be his regular Wednesday column. This week, the origins of Europe’s success in the Ryder Cup… Last week’s Ryder Cup enthralled viewers with golf played to a near impeccable standard and produced the eighth European victory in the last ten...
  • The Ryder Cup: A Preview

    Golf’s biennial festival of partisanship, the Ryder Cup, commences on Friday (26th September) at Gleneagles in Scotland. The event stands alone in the sport in its capacity to attract not only casual golf fans, but viewers who would not spend a single minute watching golf elsewhere in the calendar. In fact, it...
  • The Open Championship: A Preview

    Following Bubba Watson’s victory at the Masters and Martin Kaymer’s exhibition of excellence at the US Open, golf’s third major of the year begins in Merseyside on Thursday. The 143rd Open Championship will be held at Royal Liverpool, or Hoylake if you prefer, and as ever before a major...
  • Impact’s Sporting Guide to Summer 2014

    Picture the scene: it’s early June and the dust is settling on another exam period. In between hangovers, university friends are starting to say their goodbyes for the summer before leaving Nottingham until September. Without the endless reading lists, looming deadlines and 9am lectures to punctuate the day-to-day, how...