• Roland-Garros Roundup

    Joe Holmes-Milner wraps up events at this year's French Open ...
  • UoN start Varsity brightly on Super Wednesday

    The University of Nottingham started this year’s Varsity series in superb fashion on Super Wednesday, winning 11-2 overall on the day. The green and gold’s emphasised their superiority yet again over their city rivals across a range of sports including archery, wheelchair basketball and athletics. The University of Nottingham’s...
  • 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...
  • 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 restore Varsity lead following a second comfortable Super Wednesday victory

    With the series finely poised at 2-2 after Monday’s Thai Boxing victory for Nottingham Trent, the University of Nottingham knew that another big performance on Super Wednesday 2 was needed in order to restore the lead. The Green and Gold delivered, and left Clifton Campus safe in the knowledge...
  • Where is the next generation in tennis?

    Roger Federer’s iron grip on men’s tennis continued in Melbourne with a remarkable 20th grand slam title for the Swiss. Grand Slam titles are intensely difficult to win, having to win seven 5-set matches in a fortnight is no mean feat. Federer seems to make it look effortlessly easy....
  • Tennis is too tough for its stars

    The ATP’s flagship event rolls into London this November with the preview shows and column inches dominated not by the attendees, but by the absentees. Injuries are par for the course in tennis and in sport, but the ever swelling injury list for the event must be of the...