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Getting Great North Run Ready
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Getting Great North Run Ready

December 4th, 2017 | by Mark Sleightholm
Sports Editor Mark Sleightholm speaks to Newcastle University's Great North Run manager David Golding about how to take part in the...
Bouncing back: The triumphant sportspeople who took a hit but kept on going forward
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Bouncing back: The triumphant sportspeople who took a hit but kept on going forward

December 4th, 2017 | by Courtney Strait
Injuries and illness are an unfortunate, yet unavoidable part of sport and life in general. Today we write about athletes here in Newcastle and around the world, who know what it takes to turn a terrible setback into a...
New tournament for Sepak Takraw
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New tournament for Sepak Takraw

December 4th, 2017 | by Paavan Chouhan
Sepak Takraw Club President Paavan Chouhan writes about the sport and the new monthly tournaments within the club...
Razor-thin victory for the Blades against Durham
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Razor-thin victory for the Blades against Durham

December 4th, 2017 | by James Sproston
Editor James Sproston reports on the Newcastle University Fencing Mens seconds' win against Durham, and the Mens firsts' loss against...
Volleyballer awarded scholarship for achievements
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Volleyballer awarded scholarship for achievements

November 13th, 2017 | by Courtney Strait
Nathan Fullerton, spoke to Sports Editor Courtney Strait about his time playing Volleyball and receiving a scholarship for his...
Fan Power 123
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Fan Power 123

November 13th, 2017 | by Mark Sleightholm
Tom Hardwick and Sport Editor Mark Sleightholm talk about three times when football fans grouped together for the love of their...
England face home disadvantage
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England face home disadvantage

November 13th, 2017 | by Matt Proctor
Matt Proctor argues that success will only come if English players start playing...
The long game: the legacy and successes of sporting legends
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The long game: the legacy and successes of sporting legends

November 6th, 2017 | by Egle Vaitekenaite
At the upcoming ATP finals Roger Federer will play Sascha Zverev, who was literally a baby when Federer turned professional. We take a look at sporting careers that have just gone on and...
In praise of Poch: the view from the Emirates
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In praise of Poch: the view from the Emirates

November 6th, 2017 | by Matt Proctor
Writing this article is not easy. The recent circulation of the quite tragic screenshot depicting Tottenham’s lead over Real Madrid with an advert below for Arsenals upcoming game on BT against Red Star Belgrade, really did...
Upgrades coming to University sports facilities
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Upgrades coming to University sports facilities

October 30th, 2017 | by Mark Sleightholm
Both the Sports Centre and Cochrane Park are about to undergo a £30 million refurbishment which will increase the University's capacity for...