Saturday, July 11, 2020
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Are England set to bring the trophy home?

What a group stage! 48 games, 122 goals. A shocking German exit, Spain and Portugal nearly bottling it, Nigerian heartbreak and a very drunk...

The unique spectre of the World Cup

The noise is deafening, the atmosphere electric, and the tension palpable. The ball is fired across the box only for a defender’s desperate lunge...

Does Lopetegui’s departure damage Spain’s chances?

It was all going so swimmingly. Unbeaten in 20 games since their round of 16 exit at Euro 2016, Spain had been many people’s...

St Andrean and Olympic runner Andrew Lemoncello talks to The Saint...

It's not often that someone from St Andrews rises to the very top of their sport: Andrew Lemoncello was brought up on Tail End...

The Olympic torch comes to St Andrews

The Olympic torch finally came to St Andrews during the early hours of Wednesday morning. The torch arrived to Land's End on May 19th...

Honorary graduate becomes most successful female British Olympian

Katherine Grainger took silver in the double sculls yesterday to become the most decorated woman in British Olympic history.

GB’s Quiet Grafters set for moment in the sun

Sarah Loch takes a look at the surprise stars of team GB, whose success shouldn’t come as a surprise at all.

Preview: the Winter Olympics

After four years, the Winter Olympics is back. Sports editor previews the games, including the political context; sports to watch, and British medal prospects.

One week till lift off: World University Winter Games

Richard Browne, on behalf of BUCS, updates us on the WUGS

Was Rio 2016 really worth it?

In our second piece on the Olympics, Andrew Williams takes a look at the Games and considers whether they are really worth it after all.