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UWE’s very own VP for Sport and Health, Roisin Greenup, discusses why she loves sport and what it is about windsurfing that floats her boat.   “Sport brings people together. Playing any sport...

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The UWE Bullets were far too strong for the Bristol University Barracuda, as they beat them 34-25 at American Football in the Varsity 2015 opener. The Bullets led from the off, as Jamiel Tinto weaved...

So some of you may have made the stereotypical New Year’s Resolutions of eating more fruit, do more exercise and be healthy but may not have stuck to them as much as you wanted to. Don’t Panic. Feel...

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The 2015 instalment of Bristol’s infamous Varsity Series is ready to begin. The promotional video has been filmed, the pre-series hype is over and now it’s time for action!   [youtube...

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A sell-out crowd is expected on Sunday as League One high-flyers Bristol City welcome Premier League opposition to Ashton Gate in the fourth round of the FA Cup. West Ham travel to the West Country on...

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By Kaloyan Ivanov Full of emotional returns, big hopes and unexpected performances the 2014-2015 NBA season might just be the most vivid and exciting one in recent memory. It all started with the 2014...

On Friday night Rajon Rondo helped the Dallas Mavericks to overcome his former team the Boston Celtics with a dominant 119-101 win. Emotions were already running high before the game, as the TD Garden...

With NUS pushing their new campaign “Out In Sport”, our own LGBT (Lesbian Gay Bi Trans) Network “OutUWE” will be challenging and participating against UWE’s own sports teams, challenging them...

UWE student, Mohamed El Shorbagy, has topped the Professional Squash Association’s (PSA) World Rankings after beating the four-time World Champion and fellow Egyptian, Amr Shabana, at the 2014 Delaware...

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Our resident Bulgarian sports reporter Kaloyan Ivanov followed the fortunes of his compatriot Kubrat Pulev as he fought Wladimir Klitshcko in Hamburg last night.  It was a one-sided affair on Saturday...