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Tuesday, July 16, 2019

St Andrews Taekwon-do raise over £1300 for charity with impressive 48-hour...

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.

Discipline and urban spaces meet in parkour

Parkour may be relatively new, but it has gained immense popularity through inclusion in films such as District 13, Babylon AD, Casino Royale, and...

Discovering the perils of online gambling in the age of mass...

Jack Cannon tackles the dangers of online gambling, something that has flourished in the age of mass advertising.

Joe Root and the fine art of cricketing leadership

Leaders are not one and the same. They are not uniform. Whether within or outside of sport, you will rarely find leaders who are...

Best of enemies: why can’t Scotland and England play each other...

With Scotland playing England tonight, Richard Hunter considers whether these fixtures should occur with more regularity.

Saints coaches travel to New Zealand to learn from the best

University of St Andrews Director of Rugby David Ross, assistant coach Chris Martin and performance analyst Burhan Torgut are traveling to the other side...

Superbowl LI and other classic comebacks

Harry Dean compares the Patriots' comeback win in the Superbowl with other memorable sporting comebacks.

Aikido Club to host Alan Ruddock memorial event

Aikido Club Captain Brendan Mackay took some time out of his schedule to meet with The Saint and discuss some exciting projects on the horizon for the club.

Football Club hire new goalkeeping coach

It was confirmed yesterday that Wayne Henderson has been appointed by the University of St Andrews Football Club as the new goalkeeping coach. Henderson, recently...

There is no harm in sport being a platform for entertainment

There is increasing criticism of the entertainment aspect afforded to sporting events but deputy sport editor Jack Cannon argues that it's doing no real harm at all.