• 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...
  • Will COVID-19 Mark The Partial Death Of Women’s Professional Sport?

    Maya Israel explores what the different priorities of sport's restart means for women's sport, and whether gender equality is going backwards rather than forwards...
  • It’s always fight week- MMA Saturday 7th Dec 2019

    Our sports editor Callum and film editor Ibrahim discuss this week’s upcoming MMA fights and place their bets on who they think will win in the first episode of “It’s always fight week”.  Callum McPhail and Ibrahim Lakhanpal Featured image courtesy of Impact Podcasts via Canva. Music courtesy of audionautix.com   For...
  • VARSITY FUTSAL PREVIEW: The University of Nottingham vs. Nottingham Trent University

    Local rivals University of Nottingham and Nottingham Trent University will go head-to-head in a series of spectacular sporting events this spring, battling it out to be crowned Notts Varsity Champions 2019. The University of Nottingham Futsal Club is enjoying their best year in the club’s history with their National...
  • Varsity Rugby League Preview: Can UoN triumph again?

    After Varsity opens at the Super Wednesday day of events on March 20th, attention will turn to the first stand-alone event of the series, Rugby League at Lady Bay, taking place the following Thursday (28th March) at 18:30. Last year’s edition saw Nottingham run out convincing winners against their rivals...
  • BUCS Big Wednesday 2019

    With The University of Nottingham hosting the BUCS Big Wednesday 2019 on Wednesday 27th March, our Head of Sport, Zoe, and Sport Editor, Tristan, discuss which events the Green and Gold will be competing in and what the chances are of achieving some wins.  Zoe Burgess and Tristan Simpson...
  • Kaepernick reaches settlement with NFL

    In an official statement from Colin Kaepernick’s lawyer, Mark Geragos, the former 49ers signal caller reached an agreement with the NFL to drop his collusion case. The figure is thought to be around $60-$80 million dollars. Almost three years after Colin Kaepernick first began his silent protest against racial...