As university sport administators up and down the country sort out the BUCS league fixtures for next season BUCS has produced a calendar of fixtures for all BUCS league sports.
The BUCS Annual Conference at the University of Leeds, 12-15 July, saw Great Britain’s international representatives to EUSA, ENAS and FISU gather together with 350 delegates to celebrate a year of student sport.
We are pleased to announce the selection for the Great Britain Athletics Team competing at the World University Games in Shenzhen, China.
Sally Peake (Cardiff University)
Charles Lawrence Somerset (Clarke University of Bristol)
Jack Green (University of Bath)
Kristopher Gerrard (Gauson Butler University)
Meghan beesley (Loughborough)
David Bishop (University of New Mexico)
Nathan Woodward (Loughborough University)
Andrew Osagie (St Mary's University College)
Stacey Smith (Teesside University)
Andrew Vernon (St Mary's University College)
Daniel Talbot (University of Bath)
Luke lennon ford (Middlesex University)
Montell Douglas (Middlesex University)
Margaret Adetutu Adeoye (University of Surrey)
Gianni Frankis (Middlesex University)
Rion Joseph Pierre (Brunel)
Laura Whittingham (Loughborough University)
James Alaka (University of Washington)
Joe Thomas (University of Wales Institute, Cardiff)
Eilish McColgan (University of Dundee)
Ashleigh Nelson (Middlesex University)
Lynsey Sharp (Edinburgh Napier University)
Ashley Bryant (Brunel)
Gemma Bennett (Brunel University)
Julian Reid (Texas A&M University)
Non Travelling Reserves
Niall Flannery (Loughborough)
Stephen Mitchell (University of Bristol)
Thomas Phillips (University of California, Davis)
Nigel Thomas (St Mary's University College)
Asha Philip (Kingston)
To view Team GBR click here
Great Britain will field both men and women’s football at the World University Games this summer in the Chinese coastal city of Shenzhen.
Six British fencers are in full training and have high hopes of bringing back medals from the upcoming World University Games in Shenzhen, China.
The BUCS Awards Dinner, in Association with PwC, took place last week in Leeds with England Cricketer Matthew Hoggard presenting a total of thirteen awards.