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OUAC hop, skip and jump to victory in the Varsity athletics

Caspar Eliot runs us through the action from Varsity athletics at Iffley Road

Oxford women triumph at Varsity Athletics

Caspar Eliot reports on a glorious win for Oxford’s women athletes and a loss for the men

Netballers neuter tame Tabs

Caspar Eliot chronicles the convincing victory after a slow start

Bolt: Catch him if you can

Caspar Eliot talks to Usain Bolt, the world's fastest man, about running, records and Ruud van Nistelrooy

David Hemery: The Extended Interview

Caspar Eliot speaks to Olympic 400m hurdles champion and 1968 BBC Sports Personality of the year David Hemery

How to get the Oxford Blues

Want to join the sporting elite and look dashing in a Dark Blue blazer? Caspar Eliot explains the options.

Mark Cavendish for Sports Personality of the Year

Cherwell Sport discuss who they think should take the trophy tonight; first up, Caspar Eliot puts forward the case for the Manx Missile

Dominant Blues conquer Cambridge in Varsity Rugby

OURFC enjoy a successful day at Twickenham, as wins for the Blues and U21s secure a 4-1 victory in the overall Varsity series against Cambridge

Cherwell Sport gets its bounce on

In the latest of our obscure sport series, Caspar Eliot tries his hand at trampolining

Brookes bite toothless Greyhounds

Caspar Eliot reports from the lager-induced chaos at Iffley Road as Oxford's second string took on Brookes.

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Oxford historian discovers new letter sent by suffragette

The letter was written in 1905 by Annie Kenney, the first suffragette to be imprisoned in the campaign for the vote