Christ Church Sport & Active Health have worked with the incredible and very talented photographer Lucy Mohr, along with the University’s Arts & Culture team and the team at Augustine House, to bring a new exhibition to the Atrium Café space. The Art of Sport.
In October 2019 Megan Hunt; a Team Leader for the Course Enquiry Unit at the University, received a London Marathon place on her first ballot attempt as a non-runner.
The Covid-19 pandemic, has denied sportspeople across the globe the opportunity to train, compete and celebrate in their successes, and the Christ Church Sport Scholars are no exception.
Tips for runners wanting to increase their distance.
Join in this fun session for beginners and beyond to learn some new skills.
The British Active Student Survey (BASS) is collecting insights into students attending UK colleges and universities.
I have always been someone that lives and breathes sport and will always be up for trying a new sport at any given opportunity.
Anyone who knows me will also know that sport pretty much rules my life. I’ll either be seen with a lacrosse stick in hand or in the gym.
I got into dance the same way that many people do – my mum sent me off to ballet and tap. I’ve been dancing since I was around 18 months old (whether you can call that dancing I don’t know) and haven’t stopped since.
I don’t come from a family of athletes. As a child I was sent to sports clubs as a way of improving my confidence, to bring me out of my shell and as a way to socialise.