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Town vs Gown 2024

"As ever, ‘Town vs Gown’ presented a litany of storylines, atmosphere, and drama, and it was clear that every boxer that entered the unforgiving squared circle had followed incredible discipline, a testament to their sacrifices."

Captain’s Corner: OUCC

Following a relaxed wintry start to the cricketing calendar, Women’s Blues Captain Hannah Davis...

Two champions join forces: A guaranteed success?

“Ask a child to draw a car, and certainly he will draw it red.” Enzo...

The effects of media attention on upcoming sports stars

"In a world concerned so much about mental health, especially in young people, why does the media still create so much damage?"

Behind the striped veil of OURC: What rifling’s really like.

I have received my full share of facial expressions when I mention that I...

Town vs Gown 2024

"As ever, ‘Town vs Gown’ presented a litany of storylines, atmosphere, and drama, and it was clear that every boxer that entered the unforgiving squared circle had followed incredible discipline, a testament to their sacrifices."

Captain’s Corner: OUCC

Following a relaxed wintry start to the cricketing calendar, Women’s Blues Captain Hannah Davis turns her thoughts to the upcoming season. When did you start...

Two champions join forces: A guaranteed success?

“Ask a child to draw a car, and certainly he will draw it red.” Enzo Ferrari’s infamous adage encapsulates just how synonymous the iconic rouge...

The effects of media attention on upcoming sports stars

"In a world concerned so much about mental health, especially in young people, why does the media still create so much damage?"

Behind the striped veil of OURC: What rifling’s really like.

I have received my full share of facial expressions when I mention that I do rifle shooting, including surprise, fascination, and of course an...

The skilful art of flying saucers

"You sub off, catch your breath, and run back on again for the next point – are we crazy, or have you just not tried it yet?"

Captain’s Corner: OULTC

"Cherwell spoke to the new Blues captains of the OULTC, Jack Pickering, captain of the men’s team, and Sama Malik, captain of the women’s team."

The Spartan attitude of tennis to its young

"Tennis has a vicious cycle with its young players, but its curse can still be broken"

The Hundred may be marmite, but it’s revolutionising the women’s game

Lunch, cherries, and tea. Three words perfectly befitting of a quaint high-street café, yet curiously suited too, for English cricket. Nothing evokes the game’s...

The sporting landscape of 2054

Today’s sporting scene is largely unrecognisable from thirty years ago, having undergone radical changes in efforts to amplify interest, increase profits, and deliver entertainment...

A Goodbye to Australia’s Golden Generation

"For this second golden generation 2023 has been a year that they can look back fondly upon as a satisfying capstone achievement."

Driving Towards a Sustainable Future

"As we move into an era defined by environmental consciousness and global responsibility, Formula 1 must turn its focus towards a more sustainable future."

Investment in (men’s) sports needs to slow down.

"When investments are made into the women’s game, it is a decision by shareholders and investors to grow the sport in the name of fans, the competitors involved and for the general growth of the sport. When a large investment is made on the men’s side, I’m not sure the intentions are the same. It tends to come down to one thing alone: financial incentive."

World Cups – On-Field Festivals, Off-Field Frustrations

"World Cups are the highlight of many a sporting fan’s calendar, sporting festivals that are exceptional global adverts for their respective games."

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