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Read more at: Upgrades to the Strength & Conditioning Room at the University of Cambridge Sports Centre

Upgrades to the Strength & Conditioning Room at the University of Cambridge Sports Centre

7 January 2022

Strength training and the use of free weights specifically is one of the most popular and effective ways of training. Since the University Sports Centre opened in August 2013 our Strength & Conditioning room has always been a great space to train but with a thriving powerlifting club and growing membership numbers, it...


Read more at: Varsity Victory in Val Thorens!

Varsity Victory in Val Thorens!

20 December 2021

A stunning result for Cambridge University Ski & Snowboard in their annual varsity match against Oxford! Both the Men's and Women's Blues took overall victory during the Varsity Trip to Val Thorens, capping off a superb term of sport for Cambridge. The victory means that CUSSC retain the trophies that they won during...


Read more at: Enjoy Cambridge's best cup of coffee at the University Sports Centre

Enjoy Cambridge's best cup of coffee at the University Sports Centre

17 December 2021

Did you know one the best cups of Coffee is available at the University of Cambridge Sports Centre? In a recent article from the Cambridge News, Cambridge was identified as one of the biggest coffee loving cities in the UK coming in 7th place with over 47,000 searches per year. Better than that, Cambridge’s highest rated...


Read more at: We're making some upgrades...

We're making some upgrades...

29 November 2021

Our Strength & Conditioning room offers some of the best facilities in Cambridge, and we're making it even better. From Sunday 5 December, the Strength & Conditioning room will be closed to members until Tuesday 4 January 2022. Whilst that sounds like a long time, it will be worth the wait. During this time, you'll...


Read more at: Victory for Cambridge in the inaugural 88s Match

Victory for Cambridge in the inaugural 88s Match

24 November 2021

Cambridge celebrated victory on Tuesday evening in the inaugural 88s Match at Grange Road against old rivals Oxford. The 88s Match was created in honour of the first ever Women's Rugby Varsity Match back in 1988, adding a significant occasion in the women's calendar. The match also acted as a BUCS fixture, with Cambridge...


Read more at: Blues at the BUCS: opening highlights

Blues at the BUCS: opening highlights

25 October 2021

Following the first two weeks of competition, Senior Sports Editor Liam Kline looks at some of the best team performances from across Cambridge’s student body. With Michaelmas term well underway, all of Cambridge’s sports clubs have now had the opportunity to test their talent on the British Universities and Colleges...


Read more at: All To Play For: How sport can reboot our future

All To Play For: How sport can reboot our future

11 October 2021

Sport is one of our few remaining collective rituals, and in a time of upheaval and enormous change, how can it show us the way? From Joe Wicks to Marcus Rashford, the role of sport and exercise has been at the forefront of the national debate over the last 18 months. In their new book, All to Play For: How Sport Can...


Read more at: Victory for CULTC in Monte Carlo

Victory for CULTC in Monte Carlo

7 October 2021

Our congratulations go to Cambridge University Lawn Tennis Club (CULTC) Blues as they picked up silverware on a pre-season European trip to Monte Carlo! The match report below was written by Jack Wilson-Smith, Men's Blues Captain. It was a great weekend for the Light Blues as they managed to win their first trophy at the...


Read more at: Why are leadership lessons from sport useful in life?

Why are leadership lessons from sport useful in life?

21 September 2021

Monday 27 September 2021, 7.00pm to 7.50pm BST Open to: Alumni and guests Theme: Sport and wellbeing Why is leadership in sport essential? With the right choices, support and determination, can anyone become an Olympian or reach the pinnacle of success in their lives. Join three Cambridge Olympian rowers, Dr Cath Bishop (...


Read more at: Cambridge to Tokyo...and back

Cambridge to Tokyo...and back

21 September 2021

Friday 24 September 2021, 4.00pm to 4.50pm BST Open to: Alumni and guests Theme: Sport and wellbeing University Director of Sport, Nick Brooking, talks with two exceptional, current student athletes, Louise Shanahan and Imogen Grant. Both took time out from studies to compete at the Tokyo Olympics in athletics and rowing...