Thursday, February 23, 2017
Jack Rennison takes a lot at the attempts at world sporting dominance by China and whether they are possible in the long-term.
Harry Dean compares the Patriots' comeback win in the Superbowl with other memorable sporting comebacks.
I wrote an article last semester highlighting the steady decline in popularity that golf has had in recent years. This is shown by the fact that 2016 was the eighth year in a row where there were more golf courses being closed than opened in the U.S.A., and this is a trend that doesn’t seem to be stopping. Sports...
Henry Mallin went to meet with members of the Mountaineering Club to discuss their successes so far and what's next for one of St Andrews' fastest growing clubs.
Justin Thomas' impressive double win at the start of the year affirmed his case as one of Golf's newest young stars.

Crash course in Martial Arts

When you hear someone talk about martial arts what do you think of? Do you think of monks in Asia training all day every day? Or is it the shenanigans of Jackie Chan that spring to mind? Or do you think of the majestic montage from Mulan, performed to the classic song “I’ll Make a Man Out of You”? Or...
Sport editor Andrew Sinclair delves into the ups and downs of 2016 in sport.
Miriam Doyle reviews a successful competition for St Andrews Taekwon-do, involving students from across Scotland.
Sport Editor Andrew Sinclair spent some time with the Men's Basketball 2nd team last week, to discover the changes they have faced in joining a BUCS league and to see how they got on against Aberdeen.
St Andrews enjoyed mixed results in their most recent basketball double-header, with the men beating Stirling and the women suffering a chastening defeat to Durham.