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Sport - Administration - 14.08.2012
London 2012 Medallists -- made in Nottingham
Graduates from The University of Nottingham have showcased their sporting talent and continued their alma mater's Olympic success after securing five medals at London 2012.

Sport - Administration - 06.08.2012

Sport - 30.07.2012
Leeds Olympians to watch
Olympics Matt Holland & Ed Scott (GB Men’s Water Polo) Preliminaries 31 July, 4, 6 August // Quarter Final, 8 August // Semi Final, 10 August // Final, 12 August With Team GB facing the Gold

Sport - 27.07.2012
Leeds Olympians to watch this weekend
Saturday: Leeds alumnus Andrea Dennis competes in the first heats of the Women’s Rowing Lightweight Pairs event at 9.30am.

Sport - History / Archeology - 24.07.2012
Olympic stars developed in Nottingham
The University of Nottingham is looking to add to its list of Olympic medal winners this summer, with 11 past and future students preparing to take on the world's best athletes at London 2012.

Sport - 18.07.2012
Inspiring youngsters to go for gold
Inspiring youngsters to go for gold
More than 100 youngsters from across the county have been putting their sporting and study skills to the test in an action-packed Olympic themed Summer School at the University of Sheffield.

Administration - Sport - 12.07.2012
Sussex up to highest-ever position in national sports ranking
Sussex up to highest-ever position in national sports ranking
Sussex up to highest-ever position in national sports ranking Sussex's sports clubs are celebrating after the University reached 41 st , its highest-ever position, in the British Universities and Colleges Sport (BUCS) national rankings for 2011-12.

Computer Science - Sport - 28.06.2012
Edinburgh robots reach cup quarter-finals
Edinburgh scientists have taken a robotic football team to the last eight of the robot world cup. The RoboCup tournament was held in Mexico City and attracted 25 robotic teams from around the world, including Edinferno from Edinburgh.

Sport - 13.06.2012
University continues its support for eradicating homophobia in sport
With racist chanting having already been heard at the Euro 2012 Championships in Poland and Ukraine, it would appear that bigotry is still a problem which needs to be tackled in the world of football.

Sport - 06.06.2012
Nottingham’s sports research takes centre court
Ever wanted to know more about how exercise can increase your pain threshold, how sport can be used to improve a child's self-confidence, or why Barrack Obama has an apparent obsession with basketball?

Sport - Economics / Business - 29.05.2012

Sport - 08.05.2012
Collective Spirit afloat
A boat marking the London 2012 Cultural Olympiad has been launched today by Gregg Whelan, Creative Research Fellow at King's, and his project colleague, Gary Winters.

Sport - Art and Design - 30.04.2012
Girl power for Olympic torchbearers at Durham University
Girl power for Olympic torchbearers at Durham University
Girl power for Olympic torchbearers at Durham University Three rising international sportswomen from Durham University have been selected to carry the Olympic Torch.

Sport - 04.04.2012
How Usain Bolt Can Run Faster – Effortlessly
How Usain Bolt Can Run Faster – Effortlessly
Usain Bolt can achieve faster running times with no extra effort on his part or improvement to his fitness, according to a new study by Professor John Barrow, Director of the Millennium Maths Project at the University of Cambridge.

Sport - 02.04.2012
Olympic hopes for hockey ace
‘As a child I always had aspirations to go to the Olympics and represent my sport at the highest level, but not until recently did I realise that I wanted to do this as a full-time occupation for the foreseeable future'.

Sport - 08.03.2012
Hockey showdown in the Czech Republic
Hockey showdown in the Czech Republic
The Manchester Metros Ice Hockey Club, made up of students from across the city, are returning from Zlin in the Czech Republic after a showdown with the UTB Ice Hockey Team from the Thomas Bata University.

Sport - 01.03.2012
Stars come out for first city sports fair
Members of the public are being invited to play table tennis against machines and rub shoulders with two of Plymouth’s sporting superstars at an event designed to promote health and well-being in the city.

Administration - Sport - 16.02.2012
England takes gold as preparations continue for London 2012
Over the weekend of February 11-12, University of Birmingham Sport (UBSport) alumni headed to the English Institute of Sport (EIS) in Sheffield to compete at the UK Indoor Trials and Championship.

Economics / Business - Sport - 15.02.2012

Sport - 01.02.2012
University sailor to train with Olympic squad
A Plymouth University student is riding on the crest of a wave after being selected to train with some of the nation’s golden generation of sailors.

Sport - 27.01.2012
Kelvin Hall Museum bid on track thanks to lottery support
An exciting proposal to transform Glasgow's historic Kelvin Hall arena into a publicly accessible collections facility for Glasgow Museums and The Hunterian has received first stage approval from the Heritage Lottery Fund.

Administration - Sport - 18.01.2012

Sport - 14.12.2011
UBSport stars shine at the European Cross Country Championships
University of Birmingham Sport (UBSport) athletes travelled to Velenje, Slovenia for the SPAR European Cross Country Championships on December, 11, and helped the Aviva Great Britain & Northern Ireland (GB&NI) top the medal table for the fourth consecutive year.

Sport - 05.12.2011
EURO 2012 is likely to hit school exam results, study suggests
EURO 2012 is likely to hit school exam results, study suggests
School students who take their GCSEs during a major international football tournament, such as the FIFA World Cup or the UEFA European Championship, get worse exam results than they would in a football-free summer, according to an Oxford researcher.

Sport - 02.12.2011
EURO 2012 could hit school exam results
EURO 2012 could hit school exam results
School students who take their GCSEs during a major international football tournament - such as the FIFA World Cup or the UEFA European Championship - get worse exam results than they would in a football-free summer.

Sport - Administration - 07.10.2011
American Football Head Coach selected for IFAF World Development team
University of Birmingham Sport's (UBSport) American Football Head Coach has been announced as the only UK representative to be part of the International Federation of American Football (IFAF) World Development team.

Sport - 12.09.2011
The world’s fastest robot to line up alongside techno-wonders in university science showcase
The fastest robot in the world will be among the many technological wonders taking centre stage at a special exhibition of university research on the Hoe next week. The fastest robot in the world will be among the many technological wonders taking centre stage at a special exhibition of university research on the Hoe next week.

Sport - Mathematics - 11.09.2011
Study predicts Jimmy Dickinson and Jimmy McIlroy next in line for football statues
Study predicts Jimmy Dickinson and Jimmy McIlroy next in line for football statues Portsmouth FC´s Jimmy Dickinson, and Burnley and Northern Ireland winger Jimmy McIlroy can expect to be the nex

Sport - 09.09.2011
Taking athletics to the next level
Following her recent success at the the World Championships, University of Birmingham Sport (UBSport) caught up with Hannah England to see what life was like in Daegu and what the future holds.

Health - Sport - 01.08.2011
Less than ten minutes of intense exercise a week is enough to reduce risk of cardiovascular disease and diabetes, according to new research
Less than ten minutes of intense exercise a week is enough to reduce risk of cardiovascular disease and diabetes, according to new research Three minutes of intense exercise, three times a week, is equivalent to five one-hour sessions according to research at the University of Birmingham's School of Sport and Exercise Sciences, offering hope for people too busy to find the time to work out.

Sport - History / Archeology - 29.07.2011
Watching sport: what kind of fan are you?
Watching sport: what kind of fan are you?
PA 233/11 Do you — can you — really love a sports team‘ Should we be learning from so-called bad role models instead of an impossible perfection?

Sport - 25.07.2011
Study heralds Jimmy Hill as Britain's 50th football statue
Study heralds Jimmy Hill as Britain's 50th football statue
Study heralds Jimmy Hill as Britain's 50th football statue A statue of football manager and broadcaster Jimmy Hill, to be unveiled at Coventry City FC on Thursday 28 July 2011, will be Britain

Administration - Sport - 21.07.2011
UBSport announced as second in BUCS championship
Universities from round the UK gathered at University of Leeds, for the British Universities and Colleges Sport (BUCS) annual awards dinner.

Sport - 15.07.2011

Sport - 07.07.2011
Jamaican athletes on Campus ahead of their 2012 visit
One of the world's fastest men, Asafa Powell, current 4 x 100 world record holders, Nester Carter and Michael Frater, and Olympic Silver Medalist Shericka Williams warmed up on the University of Birm

Sport - History / Archeology - 05.07.2011

Sport - Economics / Business - 24.05.2011

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