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Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Big things on the horizon for the St Andrews Mountaineering Club

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.

Squash Club challenge University over facilities

The Squash Club’s view is that the Sports Centre have failed to make good on promises to build new courts

The dilemma of Nepalese sport

Priyam Pokhrel takes an interesting look at the problems with the current sporting climate in Nepal.

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The Athletic Union’s Sam Roberts reports on one of the most impressive recent achievements by a St Andrews student as Jonny Hawkins claims the Etive River Race Open Singles title

Typhoons edge Eagles in varsity thriller

Late goals from Spencer Albert and Nicholas Hauger helped the St Andrews Typhoons retain the Jonny Wookey Memorial Varsity with a 7-5 win over...

“Lovable losers” no more: Chicago Cubs are World Series champions

Harry Dean recaps the Chicago Cubs dramatic victory in the MLB World Series, perhaps the best of 2016's numerous sporting fairytales.

Rio 2016 brings Team GB’s finest hour

Sports editor Andrew Sinclair reviews Team GB's performance in Rio and the success of the Games as a whole.

Sport in Focus: George Nash

JAMES GRAY: It’s been a couple of weeks since you became an Olympic medallist, has itsunk in yet? How has your life changed since...

Saints lose nail-biting varsity rematch

St Andrews may have comfortably won the historic varsity game at the start of the season, but Edinburgh got the better of the team...

The Camanachd Cup Final: more than just a game

Shinty is one of the oldest sports in existence and last weekend saw the annual cup final take place in Fort William and it proved to be a cracker.