Exclusive: Blues announce Varsity football squads

Alex Urwin and Maddie Hooper have confirmed their squads ahead of 25 March's double-header

Oxford pays tribute to Sir Roger Bannister

Sir Roger ran the first sub-four minute mile at Iffley Road in 1954, later becoming a leading neurologist and Master of Pembroke College

A divine display from the Saints as Anne’s dominate the Hassan’s...

The Saints triumphed in the women's game, whilst St. Anne's bested St John's in the men's final

Oxford overpower Leicester in table tennis semi-final

The table-tennis team sealed a 4-1 victory to propel them into the final

Hard-fought loss in Varsity volleyball showdown

Oxford's women lose out in the fixture for the first time since 2014

Oriel take headships in truncated Torpids

The women's boat successfully rowed over, while the men bumped Pembroke in front of their opponents' boathouse

Weather conditions force cancellation of Torpids day two

The senior umpires said they "cannot remember conditions as bad as this"

Oxford announces crews for the Boat Races

Cambridge's men's and women's boats are both heavier than Oxford's

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En garde and on song; Oxford's fencers have swept all before them

Oxford beat Imperial to secure league title

Major success in the pool for Oxford Men's Water Polo team

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