Tuesday, July 14, 2020
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Andy Murray: Resurfacing – Review

It’s early in the morning. Andy Murray is silently working on an exhausting-looking exercise machine when his phone rings. He receives some news and...

Typhoons avenge 2018 defeat with confident win over Edinburgh

The Jonny Wookey Memorial Game is an event really like no other in the St Andrean sporting calendar. Over a few short years it...

Success for the Boat Club south of the border

Whilst many of us holidayed, or potentially revised during our spring break, this year the London Head of the River Race took place. This...

Tiger goes down a storm at Augusta

There is nothing quite like a great comeback in sport. Liverpool’s miracle in Istanbul, Agassi at Roland Garros in 1999, France against the All-Blacks...

Masters 2019: a preview

It is an oft repeated golfing proverb that the Masters doesn’t begin until the back nine on Sunday. For some, there it ends. The...

Women’s Waterpolo: a review of an historic season

For a small university, St Andrews has a proud sporting culture. Our teams participate in memorable tournaments and occasions. We have produced Scottish and...

Saints slip up to Strathclyde

Despite the sunny weather that graced our coastal town this week, the performance for the Men’s First Basketball team was not quite so sunny....

BUCS Nationals success for St Andrews’ finest Judoka

Tensions were high on the morning of 15 February as 13 members of the Judo team set off on the long bus journey to...

Catching up with the Quidditch Club

The Harry Potter book and film series have been subject to a number of offshoots over the years. Perhaps most recent is the divisive...

The new sporting craze aiming to sweep St Andrews

The summer of 2018, can be said to be something of a special summer for sport in the UK. Along with major sporting events...