World University Games: Week two review
Further success for Team GB in Chinese Tapei
Here's what students think of the World University Games
It's one of the biggest events on the student sport calendar, and no one's heard of it.
World University Games: Week one review
Five medals in seven days for GB in Chinese Tapei
Interview: Chloe Goadby
Goadby wears Team GB colours at the World University Games
Lelliott settles for second as GB wins first medal of World Uni Games
Team GB wins a silver medal on day one of the Summer Universiade in Chinese Tapei
Horse wins race she wasn't meant to run in
A scan showed that winner, Mandarin Princess, was actually three-year-old stablemate Millie’s Kiss.
Adam Peaty defends 50m breaststroke title
The former Loughborough University student adds another success from the World Aquatics Championships in Budapest.
Here's what students think of Formula One's new head-protection
The Halo device will enter the sport from 2018.
18-year-old who lost both legs in a crash returns to the racetrack
Billy Monger has returned to the racetrack three months on.
Dangerous sports on TV: Is it Banger Racing's time to shine?
Do dangerous minority sports have more to lose than gain with extra TV coverage?
University of Hertfordshire Racing Team revs up for action
The team is ready to roar into life at Silverstone.
GB World University Games Athletics line-up announced
The line-up consists of 20 athletes from 15 UK institutions.
Classic F1: How Alfa dominated in F1's 1950 curtain-raiser
Alfa Romeo dominated proceedings in the inaugural F1 Season.
7 students tell us what they think about footballers' wages
Ronaldo's wages hit £72.05m last year.
GB World University Games swimming squad announced
The squad includes former Rio athletes and Commonwealth Games finalists.
What it's like to create a film about a sporting legend 37 years after their death
Roger Donaldson, director of new Formula 1 movie McLaren, speaks about the project
Here's what students think of Wenger's new Arsenal contract
Students react to the Arsenal boss's new two-year contract.
Meet John Haidar, the man bringing the story of disillusioned 90s teenagers to the London stage
'“It was a world in where young people would feel very disenfranchised and that feels like, a generation later, things haven’t really moved on that much.'