The Tour of Britain has yielded yet more success for British cycling.
The Mancunion speaks to Korfball veteran Alex O’Shea.
A quick roundup of some of the spoting stories from the week.
Middlesex defeat caps painful demise for Chapple’s men
Scot becomes first British Grand Slam winner in 76 years
Ciaran Milner takes you on a tour of the best of Manchester’s sport
With this being the last issue of The Mancunion for this academic year, Tom Hickman takes a look at some of the top athletes from in and around Manchester who are looking to set the world alight at the 30th Olympiad.
Manchester Metros, the ice hockey team for Manchester’s Universities, have ended their most successful season ever by winning the British Universities Ice Hockey Association Division 1 Play-off final. They were pitted against southern champions Oxford Blues, with an 8-5 final score in a tense game in Sheffield. There were massive contributions from University of Manchester […]
The pre-match handshake ritual does not equate to sportsmanship, argues Jack Mollart-Solity.
The Mancunion speaks to former athletics captain Tom Mosley
Tom Acey spoke to second year student Mark Bury about his involvement in University of Manchester handball
We put the Olympics to shame by bringing to light some truly obscure sports. This week – Chess boxing.
A stadium share, rumoured financial troubles and poor attendance figures left the club struggling.
Tom Acey takes a look at the not so beautiful side of the world’s best football team…
What has been the highlight of your time as Sports Sabbatical Officer? That’s a really hard question as there have been so many amazing experiences but for me it is probably being given the opportunity to meet so many sports clubs. It’s fantastic to be able to meet all the dedicated people who put so […]
Taking a look at what our favourite athletes of the past are doing now…