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  • It is with great regret that BUCS announces the death yesterday of John Innes. John served as a volunteer at countless BUSA Athletics Championships. A proud Scotsman, he played a key role particularly in the running of the Indoor events held at the Kelvin Hall, Glasgow. For the past seven years...

  • The British Olympic Association (BOA) today announced the 2008 Olympic Athletes of the Year and it is no surprise that university sport has contributed to the sporting experiences of the athletes selected. 

  • Following close consultations with BUCS, UK Athletics (UKA) have elected not to nominate a team for this summer’s World University Games, due to several date clashes with other key competitions. The Universiade – as it is internationally known – will take place in Belgrade, Serbia on 1-12 July,...

  • Congratulations to London Met who took both the Men’s and Women’s EUSA tennis titles in Dublin last weekend. London Met and Loughborough represented BUCS at the event which this year had teams from over 12 different countries. London Met fought hard through many very close rounds to win the finals...

  • The Barclays BUCS Individual Tennis Championships finished yesterday in Loughborough and after a full draw of over 85 in the men and over 40 in the women’s from over 25 different tennis playing institutions. The finals were very much a London Met affair with the exception of the...

  • Tom Langford, a sports scholar and second year Sport and Exercise Science Student at the University of Birmingham, made a successful debut on the Senior England Amateur boxing team last Friday (19 Dec 2008).