University of Warwick Sports Scholar, Kare Adenegan won two silver medals in wheelchair racing at the championships in Dubai in the T34 800m and 100m races.
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.
Great results for our Performance Sport – Judo team in the Under 23 European Championships.
Great results for our Performance Sport Rowing teams at Wallingford, Oxfordshire last weekend. Finishing 3rd in Open 8+ Band 2, which consisted of so many crews our team will undoubtedly be competing for spaces at Henley Royal Regatta.
On Thursday 12 July we were awarded two national sector awards for our participation programme at Warwick and our reshaping sport campaign in the ‘take a stand award’ in the most recent BUCS (British Universities & Colleges Sport) Conference where Universities from across the UK come together to share, discuss and honour best practice across the sector.
Last weekend the BUCS Trampoline Championships took place at the University of Cambridge. One of our Scholarship Athletes, Will Gower, attended alongside other member of the #TeamWarwick Trampoline Club. See how they got on and read Will's account of events...
18 archers from the University of Warwick Arhcery Club competed in the BUCS Indoor Archery Championships on 11 March at Bristol University. The #TeamWarwick archers took home several medals at the event. Read more...
Great results for our Performance Sport Volleyball teams at the Student Cup Finals last weekend - finsihing as one of only 4 teams to have both men's and womn's teams in the top 8. See the team's event report in full to find out how they got on and where you can catch them in action next...
After crashing out in the first round, stage 1 of the World Cup in Shanghai, Tom only had a couple of weeks to pull himself together for stage 2 in Antalya, Turkey. A week of hard physical training with a more powerful bow and a good result at the UK masters, set him up well this time and he came in feeling more confident and determined to do better.
(Photo credit: World Archery)