Thursday, April 9, 2020
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Flatball nationals: Ultimate weekend away

It’s 3pm on Friday afternoon, the sun is beating down like it hasn’t done in weeks and classes are winding down for the weekend....

Gary Jacobs: the erstwhile boxing hero of the Scottish sporting story

Scottish sport is known for its gallant losers. Think football, of the 1978 World Cup in Argentina.Think golf, in which Colin Montgomerie, Ryder Cup-talisman,...

A less divisive wall

Sports editor Seoras Lyall takes a look at the brand new climbing wall and sits down to discuss the mountaineering club with secretary Claire Wever.

The Davis Cup comes to St Andrews

One of tennis' most prestigious trophies, the Davis Cup, continued its UK tour this week as it visited St Andrews. The Cup is competed for...

Wimbledon 2018 Preview, Predictions

There is arguably no tennis tournament as iconic as Wimbledon. Whether it is the grass courts, the all-white outfits, or the general feeling of...

Judo continue progress under 2014 Glasgow medallist

Judo is continuing to grow at St Andrews and that is something to be grateful for as we move forward in 2016.

SUS Shinty success

The University of St Andrews Shinty Club now proudly boasts membership of the Scottish Universities Shinty Squad, which has represented the folk north of...

Life is but a dream for Sailing Club’s hardy crew

The town of St Andrews is a place that will mean different things to different people. A golfer may think of the multitude of...

Celebrities Hit Town for Dunhill Links

The Alfred Dunhill Links Championship tees off in St Andrews, with a star-studded field consisting of professional golfers and amateurs, with 168 of each...

Quidditch society enchants muggles for fun

The story goes that J K Rowling, renowned muggle writer, dreamt up much of the Harry Potter universe on a delayed train journey from...