February 24th, 2017
The British Universities and Colleges Sport (BUCS) National Championships took place from Friday 17 – Sunday 19 February and students at The University of Nottingham brought home record results.
Over 300 UoN students made their way to Sheffield over the weekend to compete in nine different sports, including badminton, judo and athletics.
The highlights include:
Alex Perry, Assistant Direct of Sport, says, “We’ve invested significantly in elite sport here at The University of Nottingham, including a brand new High Performance Zone and Sports Injury Clinic at the David Ross Sports Village, and it’s fantastic to see so many top performances from our student athletes.
“I’d like to add a huge thank you to the coaches and UoN Sport staff who also travelled to Sheffield to support our competing athletes. All our students were incredibly well prepared and supported throughout the competition and this was critical to their performance success.”
For more information, including a comprehensive list of results highlights, visit the sport website.
View a photo gallery of the event.
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