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Teddy
"I'm Teddy. It's my job to ensure you have every opportunity to get involved in sport whilst you're at university. If you have any questions about sport in Southampton please get in touch either by email, Facebook or Twitter."

Wessex walk on water all weekend at the BUCS nationals

21 March 2011 » No Comments

Ultimate Frisbee, Rifle, Trampoline, ladies volleyball and I venture up to Sheffield for the premier weekend of higher education sport in the UK, while Lifesaving and Cheerleading showcase their talents elsewhere When I talked to my dad earlier in the week I had to explain to him, a lifelong devout rugby player, coach and official […]

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The Loughborough ‘Problem’ in British Sport

25 February 2011 » 3 Comments

Elite is a difficult term to define when considering it in a sporting context. It is easy to consider a gold medal winner in the Olympics and elite athlete, a world record holder or a premiership rugby or Super League netball player to be at the top of their game. However, at University in the […]

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Here come the girls! Football taster sessions this February

17 January 2011 » No Comments

Come and try something new this February in association with Kick the Habit, Fit and Fabulous and the Hampshire FA. Sign up at the Jubilee Centre from today to get involved with the fastest growing womens sport in the world! And it’s all free!

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‘Fit and Fabulous’ – Sweat in the City

07 January 2011 » No Comments

‘Fit and Fabulous’ is an innovative new project at the Students Union which has the aim of better understanding how to motivate women into getting more active. Today 18 year old girls leave sixth-form or college half as active as their male counter-parts, often with a negative attitude towards sport and fitness and with critically […]

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The Solution to your resolution!

13 December 2010 » No Comments

Christmas is always a dangerous time for those watching their waist line. It becomes a period where it is very easy to take your eye off the ball and let the season of excess get out of hand. I am in no way advocating that those of you who are planning a spell of debauchery […]

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No if’s, no but’s, no education cuts!

13 December 2010 » No Comments

Never before in my lifetime have I seen a generation so mobilized into political activism so quickly. Last Thursday before the vote on higher tuition fees was passed by the coalition government students across the country descended upon London for the third time to show their displeasure of the betrayal of Liberal promises and the […]

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Looking into BUCS annual review 2009/2010

27 October 2010 » No Comments

BUCS (British University and Colleges Sport) seemingly has a way of putting you at ease during a turbulent time. It very easily paints a picture of a bright picture of the future of Sport in Higher Education in the UK; but is it misleading information – simply a red herring in a greater scheme, or […]

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Browne and what it means for Wessex Warriors

18 October 2010 » 2 Comments

Lord Browne seems to have taken a lot of flak recently – he seems to have single handily enraged most of the student population and worried all most all parents with a child around the age to fly the nest and start University. For those of you who don’t know or have been casually living […]

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Students Love College

14 October 2010 » 1 Comment

To be honest what is there not to love? We found two massive ball pits, filled them with slightly tipsy students and then played the sound system as loud as we could! Wednesday night was easily one of the best that I’ve ever seen in the Cube – at last count we had 1,100 students […]

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Teddy’s thoughts!

08 October 2010 » 1 Comment

Being a Sabb is a weird job – you’re not quite a student, but you kinda are, you pay council tax but still live with your Uni flatmates; damp and spiders, and on a Wednesday you still go out but now you have to get up to be in the office for 9 (OK 9.30). […]

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