Check out the latest success stories from our Peformance Sport Athletes and Teams, including Will Gower's success at the Trampoline and DMT League Finals last weekend in London, and the Archery Team's achievements in the recently releasded Archery GB National Rankings.
The Warwick and Kenliworth Premier Squash League team, now affectionately known as WarKens, have extended their winning run after a victory over Bristol at last night's match.
Check out the full match report...
This term saw the first Running and Swimming Grid Challenge the academic year and after such fierce competition we're pleased to annoucne the winners. A huge thank you to everyone who took part and CONGRATULATIONS to all of our winners. We hope to see you all competing agin when the challenge returns next term. Click the article to see the full break down of results.
Find out about what's new at the Warwick Sport Physiotheraphy Clinic including how to get £10 off the new Sports Massage clinic this December.
Last week saw another fun, inspirational and hugely successful #WarwickGirlsCan week.
Thank you to everyone who got involed - attending and supporting the evnets, sharing their stroies and getting invovled on social media.
Check out some of the week's highlights.
At the grand opening of our Claycroft Activity Zone we announced our brand new partnership with Our Parks to offer the campus community a free and easy way to get fit.
Things are now kicking off as our collaborative Outdoor Fit classes begin on Wednesday 29 Novemeber.
Read all about it and find out how you can get involved.
Our friends at RAW – Radio at Warwick – are holding a 51 hour radio marathon, running from 12pm Wednesday 22 November to 3pm Friday 24 November, to raise awareness and money for the Brain Tumour Chairty.
See what it's all about and how you listen and support them...
Last week was the FA's #GirlsFootballWeek and we took the opportunity to run a range of activities, working closely with the University of Warwick Women's Football Club, to support women in football.
Take a look at what we got up to...
Warwick Girls Can celebrates the active lives of women on campus: the woman who cycles to work to clear her mind, the woman who uses exercise to benefit her health, the woman whoruns to escape and explore.
The Warwick Girls Can week of the 20 - 24 November will host a variety of free activities for women to join in with, such as Boxing, Dancing and Yoga, as well as female only free gym times. Warwick Sport aims to offer a wide variety of activities to support female participation in sport such as female only swim, football programmes for various age groups, as well as training and mentoring support for careers in sport.
This years cohort of #TeamWarwick Scholarship Athletes have officially been announced.
See who they are, what they do and what this means for them and for sport at the university more widely.