Durham Hockey Juniors move online
Durham Hockey Juniors are entering their third week of an exciting, eight-week online hockey programme, devised and delivered via Zoom by university student volunteers.
(21 Feb 2021) » More about Durham Hockey Juniors move online
DUNC’S 24- hour charity run in aid of the Wonder Foundation
On the 27th February Durham University Netball Club will be taking on the challenge of running for 24 hours to raise money for The WONDER Foundation, a woman-led charity dedicated to transforming the lives of women, girls and their communities through quality education.
In their own words, Durham University Sailing Club share the 'Olivia Inspires' initiative...
(12 Feb 2021) » More about Olivia Inspires
The WBBL Durham Palatinates prepare for their second game of the season
As the Palatinates prepare for their second game of the season this weekend, we reflect on some good periods of play and great individual performances from their clash with Caledonia Pride.
DURFC celebrate International Selections and Premiership Performances
Following a successful 2019/2020 season, which saw DURFC crowned BUCS Super Rugby League Champions, this year has proved somewhat different for Alex Keay and his playing group.
Start a Conversation. Start with Sport.
This year, the national Time to Talk day is taking place on Thursday 4th February. For anyone who hasn’t heard of the campaign it advocates that a small conversation about mental health can make a big difference. Team Durham want to use sport as a vehicle to propel that notion and start to remove the mental health stigma.
(2 Feb 2021) » More about Start a Conversation. Start with Sport.
Queen's Campus Sport launch a Wellness Week for the International Study Centre
The International Study Centre, based at Queen’s Campus Stockton, offers as a pathway for International students to gain a place studying at Durham University. In a normal year, Stockton welcomes 600-700 students onto its campus to study and experience college life.
The Durham Palatinates return to the Sports and Wellbeing Park
The Durham Palatinates are finally back in action this weekend in the Women’s British Basketball League. After a long time away from the court we are excited to welcome the team back to the Sports and Wellbeing Park for their first fixture as they tip off at 3pm today against Caledonia Pride.
Devon Cooper beats defending champion at the 2021 ‘Just’ Ladies Single World Matchplay quarter finals
Durham University second year student, Devon Cooper is a rising star in the world of ladies bowls and has already reached a number of major finals in her fledgling career.
The Strength and Conditioning Team share their wisdom through social media
Upon the announcement of a third lockdown, our Team Durham Strength and Conditioning coaches decided to launch an Instagram account to motivate athletes and students during these unprecedented times.
BUCS update on 'Return to Play' planning
BUCS have released a statement cancelling the 2020/21 league and knockout season in line with the latest Government guidance and lockdown measures which, due to the Coronavirus pandemic, limit the ability to train, play and compete in sport across the UK.
(14 Jan 2021) » More about BUCS update on 'Return to Play' planning
Fiona Crackles awarded a place in the centralised programme as GB Hockey look towards the summer Olympics
Fiona Crackles is the second DUHC member of 2020 and the fifth since 2018 to be deservedly awarded a place in the Great Britain centralised programme as the squad look towards the Olympics in the summer.
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