Sports

Jess moore

Sports need to be inclusive - where is the gender equality? What about the media's representation of women?

Catherine Fulton

News from around the world of sports

Shelby Labuschagne

An interesting highlight on the period taboo in Sport

Tanya Magaisa

An Opinion's piece on composite teams in sport

Catherine Fulton

Edition' 10's 'what to watch'

Jess Fish

Opinions on gender neutrality in Sport need to be recognized. Have a look at this interesting compilation, done by Jess Fish.

Michelle Ramiah

Should women and men be playing on the same team?

Adam Kleinschmidt

Kleinschmidt highlights the issues surrounding gender and sex that are pervading sport

Catherine Fulton

The Editor's column

Catherine Fulton

What to watch

Sebastiaan De Vos

Dive into UCT's new club spear fishing, and find out more about their recent Inter-varsity competition.

Adam Kleinschmidt

See the new cellphone gaming phenomenon in a whole new perspective; Pokemon Go can be your guide to an active lifestyle!

Catherine Fulton

A bite of sport news from around the world

Shelby Labuschagne

Cupping: an ancient form of therapy used by athletes around the globe. Find out what its all about . . .

Jess Fish

The UCT Ballroom society: a report on their recent successes at the inter varsity dance competition held in port Elizabeth.

Muya Koloko

A compilation of profiles featuring some of the top women our sports clubs and their sporting achievements.

Catherine Fulton

The Sports Editor's column

Safiyya Karim

From 6 - 8 July, gymnasts from five universities across South Africa, namely UCT, Stellenbosch, Wits, North West and UP, competed against one another as part of the annual USSA competition. This year, it was hosted by Stellenbosch. The events are spread over a few days and this year it was split over two venues as well; Eversdal and Stellenbosch University. Aside for the individual events, each university also performs a team dance routine, and this is the ultimate highlight of the competition.

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GOLF

During the 1st week of July the UCT golf team competed in the South African Universities Golf Championships at Humewood Golf Course, Port Elizabeth. The tournament is a 5 day event where teams play two rounds of Stroke-play and are afterwards seeded into divisions to play 3 rounds of knockout Match-play.

 

Catherine Fulton

What to watch for the Olympic Games

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