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Cal Flintoff updates us on the latest round of Men’s Football Cuppers

Men’s Badminton Blues lose to Imperial

Returning blue Andrew Zhu gives us the low-down of the latest BUCS Southern Premier division fixture

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Wednesday’s BUCS fixtures saw the Women’s Blues lose to Birmingham as the Seconds secured victory

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Sport and exercise can be an important tool in our repertoire for dealing with the stresses of Oxford life.

Unequal and Unfair: Women’s football at Oxford needs urgent reform

If the university does not prioritise women’s football, it is hard to see how or why anyone else would.

Oxford grad sets up eating disorder peer support group

The initiative, Supporting Male Athletes with Eating Disorders (SMAED), aims to break down the barriers of `toxic masculinity` by providing a network of support for athletes with eating disorders.

Men’s Football Blues handed opening day defeat at Iffley

The Men’s football Blues suffered a 2-1 defeat in what was a tough opening game against Derby

A look at the Cuppers draw

Cal Flintoff runs through this year's competition

Copestake hat trick ensures victory for the Blues

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