UNIVERSITY OF WARWICK HEAD BADMINTON COACH NIC STRANGE SELECTED FOR THE WELSH NATIONAL BADMINTON SQUAD
Head Badminton Coach Nic Strange has been selected by Wales to compete nationally in the sport following a successful trial on Saturday 20 July.
On Thursday 20th June we held our annual activator awards evening to celebrate the hard work and dedication of all of our activators.
Three University of Warwick Performance Athletes selected to represent GB Students at the forthcoming World University Summer Games
Hannah Burnage, Kai Thomas-Prause and William Pike have been selected to represent Great Britain in Archery at the World University Summer Games.
Players from the University of Warwick have been crowned the best in the country after winning an inaugural national championship.
Warwick has been named esports University of the Year and is the first University to hold the title.
University of Warwick/Kenilworth Squash's PSL season comes to an end with a hard-fought Semi-Final loss
University of Warwick/Kenilworth Squash defeated 3-2 by RAC in the semi-finals of the Premier Squash League
Our new Sports and Wellness Hub is opening on the 15thApril and we’re looking for volunteers to be part of a video campaign.
Nick Mennell, Leisure Sector Manager at Wilmott Dixon, was one of the first to see our new Sports and Wellness Hub due to open next month. In this blog, Nick shares his first impressions of the building, and why he thinks it’s one of the best in the World.
University of Warwick Sports Scholar Yasmin Liverpool won the Gold in the 400m sprint at the BUCS National Championships in Sheffield on 17 February. The British Universities & College Sports National Championships are held yearly and play host to the top athletes from all over the country.
Both men’s and women’s teams fought hard at the Student Cup qualifiers in November 2018, and both of them made it to the Student Cup finals in Norwich! Once more, they both proved to be among the top 16 University volleyball teams in the country.
Osteoporosis literally means ‘Porous Bones’. It occurs when the rate of bone renewal does not match the rate of breakdown, eventually resulting in weak, brittle bones. Osteoporosis has no symptoms unless you break or fracture a bone, and many individuals do not realise they have the condition until this happens. Too often, people are diagnosed with osteoporosis years after they have had the condition, if they are diagnosed at all: This is too late for them to have the most effective treatment.