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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.
Nicole Pepper is a Football Sport Scholar and PGCE Secondary Education student who was recently selected to represent English Universities in the Home Nations tournament held in Cardiff. Last year’s University, Elite Scholar of the Year gives us an insight into her experience playing for her country.
Easter Staff Football is on the horizon! For those that haven’t played before, it’s an annual competition consisting of just two teams.
Tom Barton, Football Sport Scholar, reviews his sporting career and how University has impacted both his game and his experiences within the sport.
The Canterbury 10 mile road race saw testing conditions on 27th January. The annual event attracted a sell-out cohort of runners, with 1500 participants taking part in a difficult route across the spectacular setting of the Kent Downs.
Do you dream of lifting the cup at Wembley Stadium or are you simply looking for a new hobby? Get involved with the FA People’s Cup, the most inclusive five-a-side competition in the country.