The Kent Women’s Cricket team, sponsored by Canterbury Christ Church University, have won the Nat West T20 competition. Paul Carney, Director of Sport was invited to present Megan Belt and the rest of the team with the T20 trophy during the interval of the Kent v Yorkshire match on 18th August… And it might get … More T20 Champions!
Most athletes train between five to seven days a week. Personally, I train in track work six days a week – flat speed work, speed and power endurance as well as hurdling technique. I also spend time in the gym for strength and conditioning sessions. All of this, as well as keeping up with my … More Laura Reilly – Athletics Sport Scholar
Rugby has always been a massive part of my life. I grew up in a household where rugby was on the television at every available opportunity. It was at the age of 9 that I told my dad I wanted to try it out for myself. When I went to my first ever training session … More Lizzy Nicholl – Rugby Sport Scholar
CCCU student, Biba Chuta, has been named Student Volunteer of the year at the 2016 Kent Volunteer Awards and Victoria Buswell, also from CCCU, was awarded Runner Up. They received their trophies at an Awards dinner held at the headquarters of Kent County RFU sponsors, Shepherd Neame. Biba was President of CCCU Women’s Rugby this academic year and has been elected … More Success for CCCU at the Kent RFU Volunteer Awards 2016
Hi my name is Jenny Stephen. I am a motorcycle trials rider, and a selected member of the British ACU under 23 squad, competing in both the British and European trials championships. I started riding at the age of seven, inspired by my dad and older brother, and have been competing ever since. Growing up … More Jenny Stephen – Motorcycle Trials