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Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Women’s Waterpolo: a review of an historic season

For a small university, St Andrews has a proud sporting culture. Our teams participate in memorable tournaments and occasions. We have produced Scottish and...

Preview: The 147th Open Championship

The oldest tournament in golf and the third major of the year returns to Scotland and Carnoustie golf links this week. This will mark...

Gary Jacobs: the erstwhile boxing hero of the Scottish sporting story

Scottish sport is known for its gallant losers. Think football, of the 1978 World Cup in Argentina.Think golf, in which Colin Montgomerie, Ryder Cup-talisman,...

Should the golf ball be changed to curtail increased driving distance...

Are the obscene driving distances being achieved by golfers ruining the sport? Sports deputy editor Jason Segall has his say.

An Evening with the Typhoons

On Tuesday night,  I checked in with the St Andrews Ice Hockey Club (the Typhoons) and shadowed them through a typical training session. When...

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...

Judo host first ever SSS event

The Judo club host their first ever SSS championships and win several medals. Sports editor Seoras Lyall reports on the club who most closely resemble a performance sport without the official label.

Fight Night proves to be a knockout

On an evening that will have left both the competitors and spectators dazed the next morning, deputy sports editor Gus Portig reflects on the inaugural Fight Night.

Excitement builds for the most anticipated Masters in a long time

With big stars such as Tiger Woods returning to the top of their game, Senior Copy editor James Fox previews what looks to be the most anticipated Masters tournament in a long time.

Record-breaking Kickathon helps Taekwon-Do raise over £1700 for charity

What has 80 feet, never gives up and works for 48 hours straight? That’s right – the Taekwon-Do Kickathon Team 2018! 48 hours, 10,002 boards,...