Department of Sport
  

News

SubscribeRSS FeedAtom Feed

Nottingham Games 2021 will be played behind closed doors

Description
We are extremely excited to announce that the "Nottingham Games" will take place on Sunday 13 June at the NTU Clifton Campus and Nottingham University Park Campus. The Nottingham Games will be an exciting one day competition, where students from both universities, will get the opportunity to take part in a full day of competitive fixtures. We recognise that 2020/21 has been an extremely challenging time for our Sports Clubs, and we are delighted to create this one day event with The University of Nottingham.
Date:
08/06/2021

Temporary Swimming Pool Closure from Monday 24 – 30 May.

Description
As part of our ongoing commitment to improve our facilities whilst reducing our impact on the environment, the swimming pool will be temporarily closed from Monday 24 May to Sunday 30th May inclusive.
Date:
17/05/2021

BUCS Sprint Triathlon Championships provides the perfect platform for new UoN Students

Description
28 athletes from University of Nottingham Triathalon club took part in BUCS Sprint Championships, held at Waterland Outdoor Pursuits, Gloucestershire and it proved to be just the experience they were looking for.
Date:
11/05/2021

Nottingham paddlers edge closer to Olympic selection

Description
University of Nottingham sprint-canoeist, Charlie Smith paddled his way to a K1 1000m victory at the weekend and edged himself ever closer to selection for the Tokyo Olympic Games.
Date:
26/04/2021

Three Podiums for UoN Cycling Club at Time Trial in Cambridge

Description
Eight members of UoN Cycling Time trial team travelled to Cambridge on Sunday 18th April to compete in the BUCS 25 Mile TT hosted in Cambridge. It was one of the first in-person competitions for well over a year, and students from a number of universities were finally able to compete against each other after Covid-19 sidelined the sport.
Date:
26/04/2021

University of Nottingham students selected for 2021 GB Elite Development Programme

Description
GB Hockey has announced the squads selected for the 2021 Elite Development Programme (EDP) and it includes 13 students based at the University of Nottingham. First formed for the 2017/18 season, the GB EDP is funded by UK Sport and designed to provide players who have the potential become Olympic medalists of the future the best possible opportunity to achieve their international hockey ambitions.
Date:
23/04/2021

Neuroscience student impresses on the International Judo Stage

Description
With Covid-19 impacting martial arts around the world Amy Platten, a second year Neuroscience student, has been fortunate enough to receive an elite-athlete exemption enabling her to continue to train and compete in Judo with the Universities support. More recently she was selected to compete at the International Judo Federation Tbilisi Grand Slam where she had a fantastic tournament and built some really valuable experience.
Date:
28/03/2021

Gold for Mitchell Sparrow at the African Continental Track Cycling Championships

Description
UoN Sport Cycling Scholar Mitchell Sparrow struck gold for South Africa at the African Continental Track Cycling Championships.
Date:
19/03/2021

Artistic Swimming - A new name to mark a new era for the sport

Description
Last year, ahead of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, the sport of synchronised swimming underwent a name change. In line with world governing body FINA, the sport will now be known as Artistic Swimming and the club at University of Nottingham has changed its name.
Date:
09/03/2021

Two-time Paralympic Gold Medallist joins University of Nottingham Table Tennis Programme

Description
This semester, UNNC are delighted to announce that Zhao Shuai, two-time Paralympic Gold Medallist in Table Tennis from 2012 and 2016, will be taking a break from his training camp in Hebei province to join our PE coaching staff at UNNC Sport.
Date:
01/03/2021

Now recruiting for Intramural Sport Exec roles

Description
University of Nottingham's Intramural Sport (IMS) programme is one of the largest in the country. Every year over 3,000 students take part in our leagues and one-day tournaments in 12 different sports. Competitive, social and all based on campus IMS is a great way to stay fit and meet new people. The programme is led by student volunteers – our IMS Exec – who gain invaluable experience in organising, managing and promoting our leagues and events and we're now recruiting for our 2021/22 team.
Date:
26/02/2021
Sport for Good Nottingham announces new partnership with the Notts County Foundation

Sport for Good Nottingham announces new partnership with the Notts County Foundation

Description
University of Nottingham Sport are delighted to announce a brand new partnership with local charity, Notts County Foundation, who are now an official partner for the Sport for Good Nottingham Programme, supporting their innovative school outreach programme. The partnership announcement comes as a further boost after the Sport for Good Nottingham programme recently secured £170,000 extended funding from Sport England to continue activity for a further two years.
Date:
17/02/2021
University of Nottingham Medical School students feature at the AJ Bell Squash Championships

University of Nottingham Medical School students feature at the AJ Bell Squash Championships

Description
It was a successful weekend for University of Nottingham Sport scholars at the AJ Bell England Squash Championships. Postgraduate student Georgina Kennedy (MSc Health Psychology) finished runner up to World No. 6 Sarah-Jane Perry in the Women's Championship and a strong showing from Lucy Beecroft (MSc Health Psychology) saw her finish 3rdin a tough group.
Date:
16/02/2021
Displaying 1 to 14 of 99
Previous 1 2 3 4 5 Next

University of Nottingham Sport

David Ross Sports Village
University of Nottingham
University Park
Nottingham, NG7 2RD

telephone: +44 (0)115 74 87000
email: sport@nottingham.ac.uk