Solent vice-captain relaxed over 3000m race as medal chances look under threat

Following a foot injury, Solent athletics vice-captain Chris Hilton has realigned his visions for the 3000m race, as the British University and College indoor championships take place in Sheffield. Team Solent will be taking 11 athletes to the event but Hilton doesn’t rate his chances too highly ahead of the tournament. “Before the injury had happened the plan was replay […]

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University sports under the microscope

University sports are often key for students in their early weeks in terms of creating bonds and friendships. Around 11% of students at Solent University in Southampton partake in such extra-curricular activities. Solent BUCS 1st team football coach James Campbell, speaks of his pride at representing the University, both as a player and now as a manager. “I’ve completely brought […]

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“Barcelona will continue playing in the Spanish league, regardless of independence row”, says Catalan journalist

FC Barcelona’s involvement in LaLiga would not be threatened regardless of Catalonia, the region which they are based in, gaining independence. According to Xavier Ginesta, lecturer at the University of Vic, the debate would never be on the table for the footballing giants as broadcasting revenue plays too big a role. “FC Barcelona earn in the region of £150 million […]

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Havant looking to right the wrongs of last season

After an extremely disappointing first season in the National League, Havant and Waterlooville now have a new face at the helm. Paul Doswell, who left Sutton United after 11 years in April, has brought in proven experience at this level with the likes of Roarie Deacon, Sam Magri and Danny Kedwell joining the Hawks’ project. Doswell has also brought in […]

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