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Breaking2: marathon’s moon-shot

“Breaking the two-hour marathon barrier is impossible. Everyone knows that. History knows it. Science knows it. Anyone in their right mind knows it. It’s crazy. Nobody can run that fast for that long. So, we’re doing it.” These words, taken from the advert for Nike’s Breaking2 project epitomise the magnitude of the challenge facing Eliud Kipchoge, Zersenay Tadese and Lelisa...

St Andrews Taekwon-do raise over £1300 for charity with impressive 48-hour Kick-A-Thon

The St Andrews Taekwon-do team powered through 48 hours outside the Union to raise well over £1300 for the University's three chosen charities.

Saints Netball enjoy excellent year on and off the court

Deputy sport editor Henry Mallin met with the Netball club to discuss their successes this year and plans for the future.

Celtic: A Premier League team?

Deputy sport editor Seoras Lyall considers an age-old question: could Celtic hack it in the Premier League?

Durham shine at St Andrews Sevens

Sport editor Andrew Sinclair recaps the action from the annual Rugby Sevens tournament, with Durham taking the spoils this time round.

Exploring the depths of the St Andrews sub-aqua club

Deputy sport editor Seoras Lyall sat down with the University Sub-Aqua Club to discuss their spring break trip, the acquisition of a new boat and plans for the year ahead.

Football steals the show with Can’t Walk 2017

Caitlin Lewis reviews Can't Walk 2017, the annual men's football club fashion show, which once again stole the show.

Toronto Wolfpack: Transatlantic Trailblazers?

How feasible is it for a team from Toronto to play Rugby League in an English division? Jack Rennison takes a look at the Toronto Wolfpack to give a proper assessment.

Masters 2017 review: Sergio Triumphant at Augusta

When young Spanish amateur Sergio Garcia burst into golfing consciousness at the 1999 Masters, there were few, if any, who denied that he would someday be a major champion. What is not therefore surprising is that Garcia, consistently one of the best ball strikers in world golf, prevailed at the opening major of the year, but that, after 73...

The Masters: A Punter’s Guide

Many would warn of the dangers of providing predictions on golf tournaments. One only has to look to last year, when Danny Willett unexpectedly took home the Green Jacket. It is with great embarrassment that I have to admit I turned the TV off last year with four holes to play, conceding that Jordan Spieth had run away with the...