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OUBbC: Swishes and switch-offs mark a day of the weird and...

Oxford 101-50 Lincoln Free throws in basketball are a closed skill. A closed skill is a skill that when used, there is nothing dynamic, nothing...

A story brews by the hoops on Iffley Road: The Oxford...

In the Acer Nethercott sports hall on Iffley Road, there are men bouncing balls and talking about ‘the Blues’. They toss a ball at...

OURFC men’s team victorious, women’s team defeated in The Varsity Matches...

"Though the weather was soon to change, as lightning gradually approached Mattioli Woods Welford Road, the Dark Blues’ performance refused any kind of change."
Women's football Blues celebrate beating Brookes.

Football Varsity preview: “We are full of confidence going into Saturday”

"It doesn’t matter what has happened previously; if you win the Varsity you know it’s been a good season."

‘A far cry from high kicks and pom lines’: introducing Oxford’s...

First of all: do you think people's perception of cheerleading is skewed by the High School movie tradition, or more recently by the Netflix...

Life as a rugby blue: from the Varsity Match to a...

Tell us about yourself: where you’re from, what subject you’re doing, and how you got into rugby? I'm Jasper, a second year physicist at Oriel,...

150 years of rugby at Oxford

Oxford rugby dates back to the sports infancy. As many will know, the Oxford University RFC is one of the most renowned amateur clubs...

Counting Blues

I guess being a fresher means that week 5 blues hit you the hardest. I was sitting in a lecture the other day, a...

Final year blues

All work and no play make Jack a dull boy. I’m inclined to believe that Jack would have had a quarter life crisis regardless of the...

Oxford Men win 137th Rugby Varsity Match in a stunning show...

Captain Dom Waldouck said that he was "so proud of what the group has become, how close we are, how much we care about each other and I think we showed that when we came under a lot of pressure today.”