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The return of the Champions League, has the round of 16 lost its spark?

This week signalled the return of European football’s most prestigious club competition, the UEFA Champions League. The first legs of the eight ties all kicked off in midweek, with European…

The Meadows Marathon

On March 3, the annual Meadows Marathon is scheduled to take place, with the location, of course, being the Meadows in Edinburgh. The event is organised by the Edinburgh Students’…

Welsh youngsters shine despite narrow loss to veteran Scots

This Six Nations opener was a tale of two halves. An inexperienced and extremely young Welsh side, at home, against a comparatively veteran Scottish team eager to prove their worth…

Super Bowl LVIII: A record breaking game with the Chiefs emerging victorious

February 11th marked the end of the season for the National Football League (NFL), as the Kansas City Chiefs won Super Bowl LVIII against the San Francisco 49ers. The highly…

City In, Gunners Out: The FA Cup Battle

Arsenal 1-0 at Borehamwood. 14-time FA Cup winners Arsenal are now looking progressively shaky as they get knocked out of the FA Cup for the second successive season. The previous…

Intramural: Why should you care?

University sports can be a daunting idea for many, but the rewards of finding new groups of people, along with regular exercise and the chance to engage competitively, are attractive…

AFCON’s impact on the Ivory Coast

The Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) has just finished in Ivory Coast, with the host nation overcoming great odds to win the tournament. The tournament is held every two years…

My Struggle Adapting to University Sports: How switching from swimming to rowing let me rediscover my passion for sports

For many students, moving to university provides an opportunity to try new things and expand their horizons, whether that be academically, joining new societies in their academic field or trying…