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Displaying: News Content, November 2005

  • Member Services - can you help? 25/11/05

    Member Services is looking to appoint a number of project leaders to assist in the implementation and development of BUSA's Volunteering Strategy.  Can you help? Member Services is a project-based committee involved in developing ‘added value’ to BUSA’s member...

  • BUSA Basketball Disciplinary Procedures 25/11/05

    Due to an alarming increase in incidents of violent, threatening and abusive behaviour occurring in the BUSA Basketball programme, BUSA’s National Competition Sport Committee has agreed to introduce a BUSA Basketball League and Knockout Disciplinary procedure.  It is felt that in order...

  • BUR/BUSA Indoor Rowing Championships 2005 24/11/05

    The annual "meeting of the mountains" took place at the Birmingham NIA over the weekend as the BUR Indoor Rowing Championships hosted some of the fastest ergo-pullers on the planet.  For more information please click here.

  • Jujitsu Championship Results 2005 23/11/05

    The first Jujitsu Championships was held at the Aston Villa Leisure Centre and Great Bar Leisure Centre on the 12th and 13th November and involved 870 jitsuka. From humble beginnings more than 25 years ago when the father of the style, Shihan Brian Graham brought his club the length of the country...

  • Lacrosse Home Nations - Scotland Stand Strong 23/11/05

    Scotland took the field by storm after an inspiring unbeaten run at this years BUSA tournament.The day took place on Sunday, 13 November at Withington Girls School in Manchester and saw the Scottish universities team named Home Nations Champions.

  • BUSA Short Course Swimming Championships 21/11/05

    The BUSA Short Course Swimming Championships took place from the 18-20 November at Ponds Forge, Sheffield. Caitlin McClatchey and Matt Bowe both of Loughborough University took the titles for the Top Male and Female Performances. The Top Men's Team, Top Women's Team and...

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