Friday, July 21, 2017
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.
Deputy sport editor Henry Mallin met with the Netball club to discuss their successes this year and plans for the future.
Deputy sport editor Seoras Lyall considers an age-old question: could Celtic hack it in the Premier League?
Sport editor Andrew Sinclair recaps the action from the annual Rugby Sevens tournament, with Durham taking the spoils this time round.
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...
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...
An excellent performance from the senior women’s coxed fours helped the University of St Andrews Boat Club secure its first ever BUCS points on 26 February. The crew, comprised of Ellie Livingston, Hannah Myatt, Charlie Fling, and Kirstin Giddy and coxed by Matt Taylor, put in a masterful performance against a number of other British universities. This is a monumental...
If you look at just about any statistic, test match cricket is on its way out. This year’s boxing day test in Melbourne, the match which holds three of the top four highest single day attendances in test match history, drew an aggregate crowd of just over 140,000. This figure is 10 per cent less than the number of...
Maybe it’s the beguiling beauty of the blooming azaleas or the lush green fairways between avenues of towering pines trees. Maybe it’s the fact that it’s the first and possibly most revered major of the year. Whatever it is, though, there’s nothing quite like the Masters. This annual major championship at the Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia, USA is...
553 days. This is the amount of time that had elapsed between Sebastian Vettel’s victory in this season’s curtain-jerker in Australia and his previous victory in the September 2015 Singapore Grand Prix. For a four-time world champion, that’s a very long time, and for Ferrari, one of the most iconic manufacturers in all of motorsport, it’s even longer. There were...