As part of our International Day of Persons with Disabilities celebrations, we wanted to showcase the disability sport that has taken place so far this season across our events and BUCS Wednesdays, and give a little preview of what is still to come...
Rainbow Laces Day on Wednesday 8 December plays a pivotal role in highlighting the importance of sport for all. Representing inclusion across all sports, it encourages the sporting industry to assess what they have done for the LGBTQIA+ community, and what can be done in the future.
Get to know the twenty strong athlete delegation selected for the Winter World University Games.
Liverpool John Moores University has a 100-year history of academic sports programmes and is a world leader in sports and exercise science. To mark the next stage of the University’s sports participation agenda, LJMU Sport has unveiled a £14 million sports building and gym.
We are thrilled to announce that the BUCS and FA Women’s Leadership Programme has won FISU’s ‘Gender Equality Project’ Award.
This weekend’s BUCS Super Weekend event, one of the highlights of the British University tennis calendar, is to be broadcast live by the Tennis Channel for the first time.
"There is a great sense of camaraderie and an instant level of respect between Teach First trainees."
We are delighted to announce that BUCS has been shortlisted for three global gender equality awards.
"The Teach First programme is one of the reasons why I love teaching and will remain in teaching for the rest of my working life."